Children at an Aberdeen school which has been without a head teacher for almost two years feel that bullying complaints are not being addressed.
A north-east head teacher, who is due to retire this summer, has been praised by education chiefs after her school secured a positive report from inspectors.
Staff at a north-east primary school and nursery have been praised after receiving good and very good ratings in a recent inspection.
Children are happy, confident and enthusiastic at a north-east nursery, inspectors have said.
Staff at a north-east school have been praised by inspectors in a new report.
Inspectors have highlighted “substantial improvements” made at an Aberdeenshire school after it was slated in 2015.
A tiny rural primary school in Moray has received "one of the best" report cards in the region in recent years.
An inspection of St Clement's School in Dingwall has found that it needs additional support if it is to continue to improve.