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RGU student coronavirus cases numbers revealed

RGU student coronavirus cases numbers revealed

RGU student coronavirus cases numbers revealed

22 October 2020

Figures made public today show that more than 60 students from Robert Gordon University (RGU) have tested positive for Covid-19 since September.


Support aid for outdoor education

Support aid for outdoor education

Support aid for outdoor education

22 October 2020

Science Minister Richard Lochhead has written to MSPs to outline the package of support.


Over £30 million to tackle financial insecurity

Over £30 million to tackle financial insecurity

Over £30 million to tackle financial insecurity

20 October 2020

Funding is being made available to local authorities to support families including money to provide free school meals over the school holidays.


Udny area schools focus on climate in art competition

Udny area schools focus on climate in art competition

Udny area schools focus on climate in art competition

20 October 2020

A group has helped highlight climate and green issues as part of its primary schools artwork competition.


Watch: North-east pupils perform Fables and Foibles - a Song for Haddo

Watch: North-east pupils perform Fables and Foibles - a Song for Haddo

Watch: North-east pupils perform Fables and Foibles - a Song for Haddo

13 October 2020

Pupils from New Deer, Pitmedden, Rayne North, Alford, Ellon, Inverurie, Kemnay, Meldrum and Westhill feature in the performance.


Fond farewell to a friendly face

Fond farewell to a friendly face

Fond farewell to a friendly face

09 October 2020

Pupils and staff said a fond farewell to catering team member Lorna Chalmers who hung up her apron after 30 years at Turriff Primary School.


Science and Technology set for Heritage Centre

Science and Technology set for Heritage Centre

Science and Technology set for Heritage Centre

09 October 2020

The new event will showcase a wide range of items in a temporary exhibition.


Inverurie Community Campus welcomes first visitors

Inverurie Community Campus welcomes first visitors

Inverurie Community Campus welcomes first visitors

08 October 2020

The completed £55m project welcomed has welcomed its first official visitors ahead of the transition of pupils after the October holidays.


Additional Early Learning and Childcare hours to be made available in Aberdeenshire

Additional Early Learning and Childcare hours to be made available in Aberdeenshire

Additional Early Learning and Childcare hours to be made available in Aberdeenshire

08 October 2020

From next month all funded provider settings working in partnership with the Council will be able to offer up to an extra 540 hours of childcare.


National 5 exams to be awarded on estimation basis

National 5 exams to be awarded on estimation basis

National 5 exams to be awarded on estimation basis

07 October 2020

Higher and Advanced Higher examinations in 2021 will however go ahead but at a later exam date.


Girlguiding Scotland launches media literacy campaign

Girlguiding Scotland launches media literacy campaign

Girlguiding Scotland launches media literacy campaign

07 October 2020

The campaign aims to challenge sexism and negative gender stereotypes in the media.


MSP welcomes plans to boost rural teacher numbers in Aberdeenshire

MSP welcomes plans to boost rural teacher numbers in Aberdeenshire

MSP welcomes plans to boost rural teacher numbers in Aberdeenshire

06 October 2020

Between 2010 and 2019 there was a drop of 26 teachers working in schools across Aberdeenshire.


Jock o Bennachie winner crowned

Jock o Bennachie winner crowned

Jock o Bennachie winner crowned

06 October 2020

Five year old Ethan was inspired to go out and explore the local landmark with the help of online resources.


Fyvie make the finals of Scots language awards

Fyvie make the finals of Scots language awards

Fyvie make the finals of Scots language awards

06 October 2020

The school has been nominated as Scots Language School of the Year and teacher Fiona McNab as Scots Teacher of the Year.


Vulnerable children in Scotland face crisis

Vulnerable children in Scotland face crisis

Vulnerable children in Scotland face crisis

03 October 2020

A report has found that a string of missed opportunities has left vulnerable children in Scotland facing crisis.


Animal WISE makes education more accessible

Animal WISE makes education more accessible

Animal WISE makes education more accessible

03 October 2020

The charity is launching Animal WISE, an educational programme making learning about animals accessible for all.


Positive follow-up inspection for Banff Primary School

Positive follow-up inspection for Banff Primary School

Positive follow-up inspection for Banff Primary School

01 October 2020

Inspectors praised the improvement work that has been done at the school.


Book returns set for local libraries

Book returns set for local libraries

Book returns set for local libraries

01 October 2020

The service will be running collection sessions in Huntly, Insch, Alford and Kemnay on Friday, October 9.


Coronavirus update: Overall daily cases continue to drop but hospital admissions increase

Coronavirus update: Overall daily cases continue to drop but hospital admissions increase

Coronavirus update: Overall daily cases continue to drop but hospital admissions increase

28 September 2020

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said today that caution was needed when looking at the latest daily figures.


Coronavirus update: New guidance published for students who wish to return home

Coronavirus update: New guidance published for students who wish to return home

Coronavirus update: New guidance published for students who wish to return home

27 September 2020

It indicates that students can visit their parents if there is a "reasonable excuse".


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