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Tarves project launches fundraiser to ensure the future of a youth support facility

Tarves project launches fundraiser to ensure the future of a youth support facility

Tarves project launches fundraiser to ensure the future of a youth support facility

The hut youth project offers a safe space for the youth of the Meldrum Academy catchment area.


Gray’s School of Art annual degree show set for second online event

Gray’s School of Art annual degree show set for second online event

Gray’s School of Art annual degree show set for second online event

The event will showcasing the work of final year graduates to a global audience.


New P1 kids are all smiles!

New P1 kids are all smiles!

New P1 kids are all smiles!

IT'S taken a while, but the class of 2020-21 new Primary 1 pupils are finally getting their chance in front of the camera.


New campaign encourages young people to talk

New campaign encourages young people to talk

New campaign encourages young people to talk

A survey of 1000 young Scots has found that two thirds think young people are dismissed by adults when they try to speak about their mental health.


Aberdeenshire Council publishes a comprehensive update on school related grants and schemes

Aberdeenshire Council publishes a comprehensive update on school related grants and schemes

Aberdeenshire Council publishes a comprehensive update on school related grants and schemes

Information covers meals, clothing and the Family Pandemic Payment.


Watch: Pride of Buchan Award win for north-east school

Watch: Pride of Buchan Award win for north-east school

Watch: Pride of Buchan Award win for north-east school

Dales Park Primary School has been recognised for its commitment to improving its local environment and outdoor education.


Groups urged to apply for tree planting project

Groups urged to apply for tree planting project

Groups urged to apply for tree planting project

Schools and community groups are being urged to take part in a nationwide tree-planting campaign marking the Queen’s platinum jubilee.


From placement to practice as north-east veterinary care students mover to the next stage of their careers

From placement to practice as north-east veterinary care students mover to the next stage of their careers

From placement to practice as north-east veterinary care students mover to the next stage of their careers

Three students are set to start work and degree study despite the challenges brought about by the coronavirus pandemic.


Free school meals will benefit more north-east children

Free school meals will benefit more north-east children

Free school meals will benefit more north-east children

Primary 4 pupils will receive free meals from August which will be extended to Primary 5 pupils from January 2022.


MSP calls for education performance report to be brought forward

MSP calls for education performance report to be brought forward

MSP calls for education performance report to be brought forward

Alexander Burnett spoke after it emerged the long-awaited OECD study of the Curriculum for Excellence (CfE) won’t be published until June 21.


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