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New scheme aims to help schools tackle gender based violence

New scheme aims to help schools tackle gender based violence

New scheme aims to help schools tackle gender based violence

A DEDICATED approach to prevent and respond to gender-based violence (GBV) in schools has been published.


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

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

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.


New CEOs expanding local children's charity

New CEOs expanding local children's charity

New CEOs expanding local children's charity

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


Students from Buckie and Forres to represent Moray at Scottish Youth Parliament

Students from Buckie and Forres to represent Moray at Scottish Youth Parliament

Students from Buckie and Forres to represent Moray at Scottish Youth Parliament

THE two were elected in a vote that ran in Moray from January 15 to 26, 2024.


Summer months financial support for students unveiled

Summer months financial support for students unveiled

Summer months financial support for students unveiled

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


Forres Academy takes Pride in library display

Forres Academy takes Pride in library display

Forres Academy takes Pride in library display

The Pride at Forres Academy group invited students to contribute to the LGBT+ History Month exhibit.


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

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


Is 20 plenty? Moray Council debate on school behaviour centres around class size

Is 20 plenty? Moray Council debate on school behaviour centres around class size

Is 20 plenty? Moray Council debate on school behaviour centres around class size

SUBSTANCE misuse, vandalism, verbal abuse and the ever-growing problem of pupils leaving classrooms to wander around school buildings.


Tolbooth Winter Talks selling out

Tolbooth Winter Talks selling out

Tolbooth Winter Talks selling out

This evening's talk on Sueno's Stone is the second of three on local topics presented by Forres Heritage Trust.


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