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.
We’ve all turned up to school really late at least once or twice and given a dreadful excuse to avoid detention… but some lies take the cake.
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.
More than a third of girls in school uniform have been sexually harassed in public, a survey has found.
If you’ve been to school, you’ve probably experienced the woes of detention, whether it was deserved or not.
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.
Shetland Islands Council is currently dealing with an incident at Aith Junior High School, where a quantity of heating oil has leaked into the ground.
A man has been reported to the procurator fiscal following a police investigation into the cause of a collision between a lorry and a school bus last Thursday.
Parents are still being invited apply for places at the troubled Longhaven Primary despite confirmation it has been mothballed and a major question mark hangs over its future.
A pupil has gone viral after surprising his secondary school’s caretaker with a pair of basketball shoes to thank him for his positive approach to his work.
Researchers have found that many children are suffering from an undiagnosed developmental condition which impacts on their ability to learn mathematics.
Sprinklers could have saved a school building which was gutted by a huge blaze a day before pupils were due to return from their summer break, London Fire Brigade has said.
What a difference seven years makes.
Almost half of children have worried about returning to class after school holidays because of bullying, according to a poll.
An Aberdeen school that offers uniquely tailored support for children with additional supports needs is seeking an architect to lead a £10 million improvement plan.
Youngsters whose parents are diagnosed with cancer may benefit from extra support from schools, it has been suggested after a new study linked parental cancer to poorer grades.
Aberdeen’s newest school is receiving the finishing touches to make sure it gets top marks from pupils, staff and parents when it opens next week.
Struggling Moray families have been encouraged to apply for the newly enhanced school clothing grant given out by Moray Council.
Remember the last time you were preparing for the first day in a new job?
A US school district is giving its surveillance system an upgrade with the introduction of facial recognition.
A man was caught with indecent images of boys at his home which had a room decorated like a 1960s classroom.
A full investigation will be carried out after concerns over asbestos contamination was discovered in an Aberdeen school.
Firefighters are battling a blaze which started in a building at a disused Aberdeen school, and has spread to trees nearby.
Pupils from a Moray high school saw their souped-up recipes become a reality when they visited one of the region’s most well-known factories.
Fife man who sent terrifying messages to woman he met on dating site avoids jail over school gun threats
A gun nut who sent terrifying messages to a woman he met on a dating site - telling her he could see her through a rifle scope from miles away and was going to turn up at a school where he thought she worked - today dodged jail.
A Moray primary school, whose future was recently described as “unsustainable”, has been praised by inspectors for its “articulate” and “proud” pupils.
An Aberdeen primary pupil has scooped a top writing award.
Transport operator Stagecoach has moved to stop a massive drop in attendance by Highland secondary pupils at UHI Inverness College on Fridays due to bus timetable changes.
School staff said they were "incorrectly advised" that a woodwork area at Nairn Academy could be used after asbestos temporarily closed a number of other classrooms.