Education chiefs want to change the school zones in the north-east town to cope with capacity issues caused by new housing and a growing population.
A north-east school has made “significant” progress following the appointment of a new head teacher, inspectors have said.
Business employers could help govern schools in Northern Ireland, the Democratic Unionists have said.
Education Secretary John Swinney has been urged to visit Tain Royal Academy to see for himself the leaks, substandard heating, “inadequate” canteen and poorly drained playing fields.
Pupils from Dalneigh primary school in Inverness yesterday celebrated the opening of their new dining hall and commercial kitchen extension.
Moray nursery pupils were given a sneak peak at their new building as work on the £2 million project continued yesterday.
Intensive work is being done to rid a school of bedbug infestations after a four-year ‘ordeal’, the First Minister has said.
New regulations on school meals will be introduced in Scotland as part of an effort to crack down on childhood obesity.
Posters warning pupils not to physically or verbally attack teachers have been produced by a union amid fears for staff welfare.
Drone footage has revealed the progress of a new Moray secondary school.
John Swinney has come under fire after it emerged 112 Scottish schools have classes where at least three different qualifications are being taught by the same teacher.
Two Aberdeen schools are celebrating after winning environmental prizes.
Moray union calls for children with learning difficulties to be schooled separately following rise in classroom violence
A trade union has called for children with learning difficulties to be schooled separately amid claims teachers are being attacked on a "daily" basis.
Schools “don’t have enough bodies on the ground” to teach science, maths, engineering and technology (Stem) subjects effectively to younger children, teachers have told MSPs.
A culture change is needed at schools over how teachers are able to progress their careers, according to a union.
The attainment gap between children from poor and affluent families is getting smaller at schools where there is specialist funding, head teachers have said.
Education bosses are planning to hold a public consultation with a view to changing up school catchment areas in an Aberdeenshire town.
The Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) should be judged by the “outcome of the senior phase” rather than on concerns about subject choice in S4, according to the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA).
Schools need to exchange Mozart for Stormzy as part of an “urgent transformation” of the music curriculum which sees grime and hip-hop make their way into classrooms, a report suggests.
Nicola Sturgeon has dismissed Tory claims that parents are being “left in the dark” on how schools are performing in key areas such as numeracy.
A huge disparity has been found in the literacy levels of Aberdeen's richest and poorest primary pupils.
An initiative aimed at supporting young people during study leave has been hailed a success.
New figures have laid bare the extent of the teacher recruitment crisis in Moray after it emerged it took nearly two years to fill one headteacher's post.
Controversial national assessments on P1 pupils have been carried out more than 11,500 times since MSPs voted to scrap them.
The youthful singing stars of Bishopmill Primary School will represent Moray in a nation-wide contest after wowing audiences at a glee club challenge this week.
The education of young people with additional support needs (ASN) is the focus of a teachers’ conference taking place in the capital.
School break times are shorter than two decades ago, meaning children are missing out on opportunities to make friends, socialise and exercise, research suggests.
There is a lack of understanding in Scottish schools about how learning a language can help pupils improve their literacy, MSPs have been told.
The bank of primary school teachers in the isles appears to be running dry after Shetland Islands Council failed for the “first time in a long time” to recruit to a temporary classroom job.
Most teachers say subject choices for pupils in S4 have been narrowed – with staffing levels given as the most frequent reason.
Aberdeen council bosses have turned to the tale of a friendly, honey-loving bear to encourage city youngsters to get into gardening.
Education Secretary John Swinney has urged all local authorities across Scotland to provide free music tuition for pupils.