A group of youngsters have been making their mark at one of the city’s biggest parks as they’ve been recruited as Junior Rangers. The Lochside Academy pupils have taken on their new role as part of a joint project between the Duthie Park Rangers and Scottish Natural Heritage. This follows on from recommendations by Scotland’s […]
A special information event for potential foster carers is taking place at Airyhall Community Centre this Wednesday (15 May). The event which takes place between 4.30 and 6.30pm at the centre on Countesswells Road will give visitors the opportunity to speak to foster carers and members of the council’s recruitment team and ask questions about […]
Aberdeen City Council has published a Main Issues Report to inform the preparation of the next Local Development Plan for the City. We would like to hear your comments on the report and the options presented. The consultation period will run from 4th March – 13th May 2019 and will be available on the Consultation […]
The refreshed Aberdeen City Local Outcome Improvement Plan (LOIP) 2016-26 was formally approved by the Board of Community Planning Aberdeen today (Tuesday 26 February 2019). Launched in 2016, the Local Outcome Improvement Plan 2016-26 identifies how Community Planning Aberdeen – a multi-agency partnership – will work together to ensure Aberdeen is a place where all […]
St Machar Academy pupils and staff are all ready to Turn Back Time with 90s chart topping music from the likes of Cher, Backstreet Boys and the Spice Girls by performing in nostalgic musical, it was announced today (Friday 22 February). The talented ensemble will be performing in Popstars the 90’s Musical in the school hall on […]
Pupils at Danestone School are now enjoying new playground equipment replacing the . The previous equipment had to be demolished because of vandalism. Emily Matheson, the Fundraising Chair of the Parent Council cut the ribbon in a special ceremony last week.
Pupils from Tullos School are set to take part in the finals of a UK-wide robotics competition thanks to the help of a engineering solutions company. The team of young designers from Tullos School won the Scottish heat to make it to the national final of the VEX IQ Robotics challenge. The children had to design and […]
Aberdeen’s annual Arts Across Learning Festival for nursery and primary school pupils and teachers kicks off next week (Monday 25 February) for a fortnight of activities and events celebrating the value of art and creativity in learning. In keeping with previous years, this year’s festival, which runs until Friday 8 March, has key themes. This […]
The Aberdeen Early Learning and Childcare Training Programme 2018/2019 can be downloaded here!
The Aberdeen branch of Early Education Scotland will be hosting TV’s Dr Sam Wass in April when he gives a presentation titled Not Just Smaller, But Different: how some parts of a child’s brain mature before other parts do – and what this means for how they think and feel. The event will be held on […]