Pupils at a Highland school are expected to return to classes tomorrow after being sent home due to staff absences.
Being excluded from school is often the “tipping point” that leads to children picking up knives, a group of MPs and peers has warned.
A north-east teacher who is retiring after almost 30 years has celebrated the occasion with pupils young and old.
Two teenagers have been charged after a north-east youngster was allegedly assaulted on school grounds.
Aberdeen teenagers have been primed for the world of work during a special Spotlight Day.
More than half of schoolchildren do not get to study all the subjects they want, a new survey has revealed, with some pupils claiming they are "forced" to take classes they "hate".
Nursery pupils in Grantown will be having a day at home today. Highland Council announced on its website the town’s primary nursery, which has 22 pupils, will be closed today due to having no water, power or heat. More to follow.
An Aberdeenshire school has teamed up with a hotel to help pupils discover new careers they might never have previously considered.
A Moray school hit by a sickness outbreak is expected to partially reopen tomorrow.
Parents at an Aberdeen school have slammed inconsiderate drivers and called for further enforcement action over the number of cars parking inappropriately during collection and pick-up time.
The city council has become the first in Scotland to move applications for places for children to attend schools to an online system.
Pupils from Charleston Academy in Inverness have hosted an intergenerational festive lunch to celebrate and showcase their newly learnt skills from their hospitality industry qualification.
Primary pupils with additional needs are “wearing coats and hats” to stay warm during lessons at a “neglected” Highland school, parents have claimed.
A Highland primary school reopened yesterday after a sickness bug struck down 54 pupils and a number of staff.
A north-east primary school will remain closed today after more than 20 youngsters were hit by the winter vomiting bug.
A sickness bug has struck down 70 pupils – and a number of staff – at an Inverness primary school, forcing it to shut for the rest of the week.
The number of secondary pupils studying Gaelic in the Outer Hebrides – regarded as the traditional stronghold of the language – has witnessed a significant decline in the past 10 years.
It's an issue that has repeatedly hit the headlines in recent years, with a father from the Isle of Wight who took his daughter out of school for a family holiday losing his legal battle in the Supreme Court earlier this year.
An abandoned north-east primary school could finally be sold – nearly a decade after the bell rang for the last time.
A virus has swept through a Highland school affecting pupils and staff.
Big-hearted pupils from the Black Isle brought a ray of sunshine to elderly residents by hosting a lunch for them at their school.
Education bosses have been forced to close a Highland school to deal with a flea infestation.
Primary teachers will see double this week as 15 sets of twins start school in one local authority area.
Fears have been raised that pupils could be killed or seriously injured if a dangerous Lochaber junction is not improved.
Secondary school pupils in the north and north-east are being offered the chance to take part in roadshow showcasing digital career paths.
Work on a new £7.3million Aberdeenshire school has been delayed for the second time.
With a rise in use of social media and technology, bullying is on the increase and no longer stops in the playground.
Still images taken from an
emotional music video appeal to stop the closure of rural Shetland schools bring to life the sadness of those affected.