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.
A school has been ordered to make improvements after being branded “weak” in several areas by inspectors.
Pupils at a Moray primary school have been testing their entrepreneurial skills.
North and north-east pupils are “disadvantaged” compared with those in the Central Belt who are able to study a greater number of subjects, it has been claimed.
There was horror in the halls of an Aberdeen school this week with pupils told there had been an infestation of creepy-crawlies.
A generation of pupils are at risk of having their education compromised because the number of subjects they can study is reducing, academics have warned.
A group of Moray students have been challenged to come up with fresh ideas to attract more visitors to the region.
Engineering experts of the future went head-to-head yesterday as they put hand-made robots through a series of perilous underwater tasks.
Five new schools could be built to ease pressure on two fast-growing areas of Aberdeen.
To date there has been lack of clarity by Highland Council on how the promised service transformation is to be achieved.
Long-awaited demolition works at a disused Aberdeen school are expected to start within a matter of weeks.
A giant steel frame is being lifted into place on the site of the new and expanded Lossiemouth High as work progresses ahead of schedule.
Schools will be flooded with hundreds of extra pupils in the next two years, heaping pressure on stressed-out staff and creaking classrooms.
A number of schools in the Highlands have closed due to the bad weather conditions.
The number of sick days needed by Aberdeen’s teachers because of stress has skyrocketed, sparking renewed calls for them to be given more support in the classroom.
Doubts have been raised about the future of three Moray primary schools after they were described as "unsustainable" by the council's education department.
An author, who is an expert in teenage mental health, marked the culmination of an innovative new campaign by Moray school pupils.
Police have been patrolling school drop-off periods at a number of schools in Aberdeenshire following concerns from the community
Education chiefs have decided against exploring flexi-schooling as an option for pupils going forward.