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SQA exam results released today (Tuesday 9 August) reveal that young people in Aberdeen schools should be very proud of their achievements.

Three city schools are rolling out a programme in the coming term devised to involve the parents of 3-to-6 year old pupils in their child’s education.  

 

The Families Connect project run by…

The very last of the spaces for the free Summer in the City sessions for youngsters are almost booked out so people are advised to act fast to snap them up.

The…

Aberdeen’s new Convener of the Council’s Capital Programme Committee today (Thursday 14 July) visited the site of the forthcoming Torry School and Community Hub to see progress on the new development.

Aberdeen City Libraries’ summer reading challenge returns this week and the city’s readers are being asked to help Library Bear travel the Globe and home again before the end of the Summer as part of Aberdeen Reads: The World Tour!…

 

Aberdeen City Council’s Education Operational Delivery today (Tuesday 14 June) approved proposals to make the hugely popular Easter and Summer of Play programmes permanent features in the city calendar.

 

Aberdeen City Council’s Education Operational Delivery Committee today (Tuesday 14 June) approved a two-year plan for the delivery of the city’s expanded Early Learning and Childcare (ELC) provision.

 

Aberdeen City Council’s Education Operational Delivery Committee was today (Tuesday 14 June) updated on progress with the authority’s provision of free school meals.

 

A report provided to today’s…

Environmental charity Keep Scotland Beautiful has awarded an Aberdeen City Council school its first Green Flag.

Dyce Academy achieved the internationally recognised designation after demonstrating their continued commitment to…

A poster competition has been held throughout Aberdeen City Primary Schools as part of this year’s Autism Acceptance Week. 

More than 70 entries were received from city primary schools, with the posters being judged by Felicity Goodhall, Senior Autism Practitioner at Autism…

Over 3,000 North East pupils are set to gain an understanding of future learning and career pathways when they attend Lift Off & Grow 2022 from 1-2 June.

The online event, organised by Aberdeen City Council in partnership with Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) North East, will be…

Construction of the £16 million Milltimber Primary School has been completed and today opened its doors to pupils and staff.

Robertson Construction started work at the replacement school within the Oldfold Farm development in the…