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Cafe cash boost for charity

Cafe cash boost for charity

Cafe cash boost for charity

Pupils at Turriff Primary School handed over a donation to the Archie Foundation for money raised at the school's community cafe.


MSP welcomes estranged student support progress

MSP welcomes estranged student support progress

MSP welcomes estranged student support progress

A critically important research study for estranged students announced by the Scottish Government has been welcomed by Gillian Martin.


Access strategy revision approved by councillors

Access strategy revision approved by councillors

Access strategy revision approved by councillors

Members of the Education and Children's Services Committee considered and approved updates to ensure inclusion


Schools keep Scots' traditions alive

Schools keep Scots' traditions alive

Schools keep Scots' traditions alive

Schools in Ellon celebrated Burns night in a variety of ways.


Pupils celebrate the Bard

Pupils celebrate the Bard

Pupils celebrate the Bard

Turriff Primary School held a special celebratory Burns assembly.


Council marks Holocaust Memorial Day

Council marks Holocaust Memorial Day

Council marks Holocaust Memorial Day

Secondary school pupils were welcomed to Woodhill House to speak about their recent visit to Auschwitz.


School roll forecast highlights capacity issues

School roll forecast highlights capacity issues

School roll forecast highlights capacity issues

Several schools in Formartine are set to go over capacity within the next four years councillors will hear this week.


Ellon school's new kitchen is going down a treat

Ellon school's new kitchen is going down a treat

Ellon school's new kitchen is going down a treat

Pupils and staff at Ellon Primary School are delighted with the school's new kitchen and dining hall.


One man and his dog inspired pupils to take action

One man and his dog inspired pupils to take action

One man and his dog inspired pupils to take action

Fyvie School pupils were inspired to give generously after passing a homeless man on a class outing.


Applications opened for early year's places.

Applications opened for early year's places.

Applications opened for early year's places.

From August 2020, all children aged three and four will be eligible to receive up to a maximum of 1140 hours of funded early learning.


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