A football-based scheme to help youngsters score in school has found a temporary home until its new venue is ready.
All the hard work has paid off as students across Scotland will receive their exam results today.
School uniforms in Wales are to become more affordable, accessible and gender-neutral, the Welsh Government announced.
Aberdeenshire Council has been urged to make a new super-primary a priority after it emerged more than £300,000 of repairs have been carried out at two schools - but will need redone.
A highly lauded Aberdeen school for children with additional support needs has been graded as "weak" in most areas by watchdogs.
Vandals have racked up a repairs bill of more than £750,000 by targeting schools across the north and north-east.
A north-east teenager has been honoured for her efforts to create and sustain positive change.
Last month’s preview – ‘here comes summer’ – was clearly optimistic, given the many inches of rain we’ve had in the past several weeks.
Pupils and staff have moved into their “stunning” new £17 million school.
A tiny Aberdeenshire school celebrated its 120th anniversary by welcoming back pupils from decades ago, who helped to release butterflies reared especially for the occasion.
Tributes have been paid to a nine-year-old boy who died after he became trapped under a locker at a school.
Global warming, climate change, Donald Trump, unicorns and slime are just some of the hot topics tackled by school pupils hoping to be named Junior Journalist of the year.
Stornoway councillors keen to see a school building restored to use as a local primary say they were astonished by the education committee’s refusal to produce a report reviewing its future.
More than 20 drivers were detected speeding near Highland schools during checks after the Easter break - including one woman who will be reported in connection with driving at 60mph in a 20mph limit.
Staff at a north-east primary school and nursery have been praised after receiving good and very good ratings in a recent inspection.
A north-east head teacher who put her job on hold to go back into the classroom due to staffing shortages has said she would do the same again - despite a poor inspection report.
The grieving mother of tragic teenager Jade McGrath has “forgiven" the school bullies who targeted the youngster - insisting they “were too young to understand”.
Inverness College UHI has been rated number one college in the North of Scotland in providing a high quality learning experience for students.
Parents and members of the public have expressed their rage on social media after a consultation event for a new Peterhead community campus revealed the "disgusting" state of the current school.
Residents in the north-east’s biggest town will be given their say on proposals for a multimillion pound school project.
A day out shooting pigeons with his sons landed a member of a prominent Highland landowning family in court.
Pupils at a north-east secondary school got an unexpected day off yesterday after the heating system broke down.
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.
All pupils and staff at an Aberdeenshire school have been sent home after a “strange smell” was reported.
The city council has become the first in Scotland to move applications for places for children to attend schools to an online system.
Road policing Officers have been checking the road worthiness of school buses following taxi checks in Aberdeenshire last week.
A national mental health charity met parents and teachers at a special event this week to discuss how emotional well-being is handled in schools across the country.
A school owned by the community and leased to the council opened its doors to pupils for the first time31 yesterday.
An Aberdeen school has been “extensively damaged” by vandals, just a day after its fire extinguishers were stripped out and discarded in a nearby play park.
Education chiefs in Inverness are investigating after a pupil believed to be just six had a knife in school.
A competition has been launched for school children to create a unique Harris Tweed design for the island’s only distillery.
The unhappiness of young girls is a tragedy and a crisis. We have created a social structure which is unduly tough on adolescents, for no obvious purpose. The young were once under pressure to find work, marry or help the family – as these old economic forces die away, so Scotland should reinvent childhood.