The scheme which helps prepare pre-school children for the start of their first school year is now available across Aberdeenshire.
Director of Education and Children’s Services, Laurence Findlay, has been granted authority to continue to support emergency childcare provision.
The Education and Children’s Services Committee praised the hard work and dedication shown by thousands of staff over the last few months.
As Volunteer Week kicks off, Scouts Scotland's Chief Commissioner has commended the efforts of volunteers.
The life-saving organisation has released warnings as temperatures soar and restrictions are eased.
Tomorrow's Grampian Pride festival will round off Aberdeen Taexali's Pride Week events.
The launch by Intimina coincides with Menstrual Hygiene Day.
The group supports families with a young child or children with additional support needs.
Staff at Meiklemill Primary School "have been fantastic" in supporting pupils during lockdown.
The North East Ranger Service could be lost to the planned redundancies by the National Trust for Scotland depriving children of outdoor learning.
A new free online ordering service has been launched for young people living in Aberdeenshire who require sanitary products during lockdown.
57 boxes full of learning materials from the Scottish Book Trust has made its way to learning and childcare hubs across Aberdeenshire.
Aberdeenshire Council's Director of Education has commented to reassure families and the wider community about what this means at a local level.
Monymusk born curator of the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford and one of only 12 child actors to be Honorees of the Academy.