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Pupils will continue to be required to wear face coverings in secondary school classrooms when they return from the October break.
The change of season has seen the Bailies of Bennachie launch its new learning resources for younsgters.
IT was time to reach for the stars when the Astronomer Royal for Scotland officially opened Aberdeen Science Centre.
North-east families will have the opportunity to explore exciting STEM based activities in parks during the October holidays.
A LOCAL musician has lent his talents to help bring an educational children’s storybook to life.
THE approach to learning Gaelic is set to be transformed when a new comprehensive language learning course, SpeakGaelic, launches this Friday.
Adult learners from across Aberdeenshire recently took part in a Celebration of Adult Learning event hosted by Aberdeenshire Council.
Schools including Balmedie, Cultercullen, Foveran, Meiklemill, Newburgh Mathers, Port Erroll, Slains, and Tipperty fort part of the options appraisal.
ANNE Warrender and Rhona Henderson were given a fitting send-off last week.
Young people across Scotland will be taking the lead to share their interests in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Pupils from Kemnay Academy have highlighted the need to keep language and presentation plain and simple to encourage peers to ‘come on our journey’.
A very valuable piece of Belgian War Lace will be on display as part of a demonstration on lace making.
FEATURE was made permanent with the help of parent Michael Craig.
STAFF shortages have forced St Peter's nursery in Buckie to close.
The Four Branches of the Mabinogoin will be told in two storey telling sessions in October.
A consultation has been launched on plans to replace the Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA) and reform Education Scotland (ES).
Developing the Young Workforce North East is celebrating a new official school and business partnership in Aberdeenshire.