Period products will be available to all schools and colleges in England from next week, the government has said.
EXCLUSIVE: Refurbishment of Inverness High School a ‘project management disaster’, say local councillors
The three-year renovation of Inverness High School has descended into chaos, local councillors have said.
Schools closed, ferries cancelled: Storm Brendan batters the north and more bad weather is on its way
Storm Brendan has arrived in the north causing schools to close and travel disruption across the region.
A number of schools in the north will close this afternoon as weather conditions are expected to worsen.
Politicians have been urged to seize the “glimmer of hope” offered to end the crisis engulfing education in Northern Ireland.
Catchment zones for two city schools could be changed to better accommodate a predicted influx of students from a new 7,000-home development.
Learning a foreign language should be compulsory for GCSE students, according to a report that warns the UK is falling behind its European neighbours in language ability.
Classrooms in deprived areas are becoming a “dumping ground” for problem children, with hundreds of thousands of pupils in England spending their entire school careers in some of the worst-rated learning environments, an Ofsted inspection suggests.
Jaded millennials looking for a career change are being targeted to boost the teaching workforce.
A number of schools in the Highlands have been forced to shut today due to a shortage of power, water and heating.
Almost one in 10 children miss lessons without the school’s permission to go on holiday, figures show.
Schools in the north and north-east have received thousands of pounds from a trust set up in memory of a teacher killed in the Dunblane massacre.
A teacher will appear in court accused of assaulting pupils at an Aberdeenshire primary school.
Almost 4,000 schools in England are in need of immediate restoration work – with many more lacking paperwork required by law, the Guardian has reported.
Councillors have backed parents' pleas for a new school in Aberdeenshire.
Three Scottish teenagers have been arrested and charged in connection with a series of bomb threat hoaxes that targeted schools in five countries.
The government has missed its own targets for recruiting enough trainee teachers, sparking fresh warnings about shortages in key subjects such as maths and science.
After years of belt-tightening, school leaders and teachers have been lobbying for investment in the nation’s schools, and it now seems that politicians are responding.
School summer holiday patterns in Aberdeen are to stay the same for the next five years.
Calls have been made for a new school in a fast-growing Aberdeenshire town - just two years after the last one opened.
Election officials have accused the Education Secretary of a “complete lack of knowledge and understanding” after he called for disruption to schools caused by polling day to be kept to a minimum.
Education must not be used as a “political football” in the General Election campaign, school leaders have warned.
Scammers have been swindling north-east schools out of hundreds of pounds.
Around one in 12 primary school teachers says the General Election is set to disrupt nativity plays and Christmas concerts, a poll suggests.
Teenagers who are given unconditional university offers are more likely to drop out, new figures show.
Young children are being caught with weapons at school but are immune from being taken to court because of their age, an investigation has found.
Complicated school admission rules are leaving parents confused and at risk of making unrealistic applications, it has been suggested.
Being excluded from school is often the “tipping point” that leads to children picking up knives, a group of MPs and peers has warned.
Preparation is underway for National Gaelic Schools debate, now in its twentieth year.
A group of pupils at an Aberdeenshire school have been granted another award for their environmental efforts.
West End musical impresario Lord Lloyd-Webber has criticised successive governments for cutting the music budgets in schools.
A north-east teacher has described his job as “one of the most important roles in the country”- after new research revealed how influential teachers are considered to be on their pupils.