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Teaching posts remain unfilled after almost two years

 Teaching posts remain unfilled after almost two years

Teaching posts remain unfilled after almost two years

Some posts in Aberdeenshire secondary schools have been vacant since January 2019, impacting young people's education.


Museum launches crowdfunding bid to create a new outdoor exhibition

Museum launches crowdfunding bid to create a new outdoor exhibition

Museum launches crowdfunding bid to create a new outdoor exhibition

Plans include converting a former hydrogen fuel cell bus into a video theatre.


BBC Scotland to help plug the learning gap with daily programmes

BBC Scotland to help plug the learning gap with daily programmes

BBC Scotland to help plug the learning gap with daily programmes

Judy Murray, Sanjeev Kohli and magician Kevin Quantum are amongst those helping to bring educational content to pupils in Scotland.


Aberdeenshire offers virtual english for speakers of other languages courses

Aberdeenshire offers virtual english for speakers of other languages courses

Aberdeenshire offers virtual english for speakers of other languages courses

The Community Learning and Development Team are to offer online training across a range of topics.


Student body raises rent concern following campus return announcement

Student body raises rent concern following campus return announcement

Student body raises rent concern following campus return announcement

Aberdeen University Student Association says students are being forced to pay for accommodation that they cannot occupy.


Majority of university and college students to learn online until March

Majority of university and college students to learn online until March

Majority of university and college students to learn online until March

THE vast majority of university and college students will learn online throughout January and February.


Director of Education and Children's Services offers message of reassurance to Aberdeenshire parents

Director of Education and Children's Services offers message of reassurance to Aberdeenshire parents

Director of Education and Children's Services offers message of reassurance to Aberdeenshire parents

With schools now open to the children of key workers as well as vulnerable families Laurence Findlay has addressed the current situation.


BBC delivers biggest education offer in its history

BBC delivers biggest education offer in its history

BBC delivers biggest education offer in its history

Starting on Monday CBBC will see a three-hour block of primary school programming from 9am to ensure those with no internet can access school lessons.


Employers urged to grant staff furlough for childcare

Employers urged to grant staff furlough for childcare

Employers urged to grant staff furlough for childcare

MSP Gillian Martin and MP Richard Thomson have written calling for employers to grant furlough as pressure mounts.


POLL: Full lockdown returns for Scotland - do you agree?

POLL: Full lockdown returns for Scotland - do you agree?

POLL: Full lockdown returns for Scotland - do you agree?

Schools will also now be closed to pupils till at least February 1 with online learning starting from next week.


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