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Nescol aim to get ahead of the game with PlayStation First partnership

Nescol aim to get ahead of the game with PlayStation First partnership

Nescol aim to get ahead of the game with PlayStation First partnership

04 March 2024

North East Scotland College (Nescol) has become part of PlayStation First, Sony Interactive Entertainment’s global academic programme.


Scottish school leavers set another record high

Scottish school leavers set another record high

Scottish school leavers set another record high

04 March 2024

THE number of young people in work, training or further study three months after the end of the school year has hit a record high of 95.9 per cent.


Future of Buckie area schools takes centre stage at drop-in sessions

Future of Buckie area schools takes centre stage at drop-in sessions

Future of Buckie area schools takes centre stage at drop-in sessions

01 March 2024

THE future of schools in the Buckie ASG (Associated Schools Group) came under the spotlight when two drop-in consultations were held.


New CEOs expanding local children's charity

New CEOs expanding local children's charity

New CEOs expanding local children's charity

28 February 2024

Findhorn-based Growing2gether's co-chief executive officers aim to benefit more children and teenagers throughout the north.


Summer months financial support for students unveiled

Summer months financial support for students unveiled

Summer months financial support for students unveiled

26 February 2024

HIGHER education students will be able apply to spread their student financial support package over a 12-month period.


Moray kids take STEM in their stride at wind farm sessions

Moray kids take STEM in their stride at wind farm sessions

Moray kids take STEM in their stride at wind farm sessions

23 February 2024

OVER 100 students from two Moray secondary schools were trying their hand at STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) skills recently.


Denis Law RGUplus Award launched to recognise and celebrate community volunteering

Denis Law RGUplus Award launched to recognise and celebrate community volunteering

Denis Law RGUplus Award launched to recognise and celebrate community volunteering

22 February 2024

Robert Gordon University and Denis Law Legacy Trust have launched a new award to recognise those making a positive impact through volunteering.


Buckie drop-in sessions to focus on future of local schools

Buckie drop-in sessions to focus on future of local schools

Buckie drop-in sessions to focus on future of local schools

17 February 2024

THE future of schools in the Buckie area is to take centre stage at two forthcoming drop-in sessions.


NICKY MARR: Equal education opportunities too much to ask for?

NICKY MARR: Equal education opportunities too much to ask for?

NICKY MARR: Equal education opportunities too much to ask for?

14 February 2024

Comparing the opportunities that a tiny 28-pupil school can provide with what can be offered in a city school, isn’t comparing like with like.


Press gang up and running at Milne's schools

Press gang up and running at Milne's schools

Press gang up and running at Milne's schools

09 February 2024

READ all about it! – that is the aim of a group of pupils in Fochabers aiming to bring a new newspaper to the village.


PICTURES: Crowd wowed by Chinese New Year celebration in Elgin

PICTURES: Crowd wowed by Chinese New Year celebration in Elgin

PICTURES: Crowd wowed by Chinese New Year celebration in Elgin

06 February 2024

THE year of the dragon began with a bang in Elgin today.


Elgin nursery's "nurturing ethos" praised by inspectors

Elgin nursery's "nurturing ethos" praised by inspectors

Elgin nursery's "nurturing ethos" praised by inspectors

06 February 2024

SEAFIELD Nursery and Seafield Primary School were both inspected.


Kickstart school projects with a Twinkl grant

Kickstart school projects with a Twinkl grant

Kickstart school projects with a Twinkl grant

06 February 2024

SCHOOLS and educational organisations are being invited to apply for up to £500 to help kickstart student projects.


Lossiemouth High girls among Scotland's brightest young investors

Lossiemouth High girls among Scotland's brightest young investors

Lossiemouth High girls among Scotland's brightest young investors

05 February 2024

LOSSIEMOUTH pupils have been named among Scotland's top young investing teams.


Princess Anne opens 'green' school building in Moray

Princess Anne opens 'green' school building in Moray

Princess Anne opens 'green' school building in Moray

02 February 2024

Gordonstoun names state-of-the art classrooms after the late Queen.


Apprenticeships: Elgin event offers opportunities with 18 top Moray employers

Apprenticeships: Elgin event offers opportunities with 18 top Moray employers

Apprenticeships: Elgin event offers opportunities with 18 top Moray employers

27 January 2024

A MORAY apprenticeship event will offer the chance to "kickstart" a future within one of Moray's top employers.


PICTURES: Cluny kids step to it to hail the Bard!

PICTURES: Cluny kids step to it to hail the Bard!

PICTURES: Cluny kids step to it to hail the Bard!

26 January 2024

KIDS and staff at Cluny Primary brought the whole community together to help them celebrate the birthday of Scotland's Bard.


Former Lossiemouth High pupil Kieran Lindsay achieves commendation for dissertation at University of Dundee

Former Lossiemouth High pupil Kieran Lindsay achieves commendation for dissertation at University of Dundee

Former Lossiemouth High pupil Kieran Lindsay achieves commendation for dissertation at University of Dundee

24 January 2024

Kieran Lindsay attended Lossiemouth High School from 2011 to 2017.


Claims 45 UHI Moray jobs could go as college faces "significant financial challenges"

Claims 45 UHI Moray jobs could go as college faces "significant financial challenges"

Claims 45 UHI Moray jobs could go as college faces "significant financial challenges"

19 January 2024

THE college met with unions and staff representatives to discuss the situation on Thursday.


Snow causes further disruption to Moray schools

Snow causes further disruption to Moray schools

Snow causes further disruption to Moray schools

19 January 2024

Several schools are closed today, with others looking at later opening times to allow for safe travel.


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