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National Trust launches major recruitment drive

Families across Scotland are being handed the key to Scotland’s treasures this summer - when they join the National Trust for Scotland.

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Pupils show a little joie de vivre for language

Pupils show a little joie de vivre for language

Pupils from a Bonnybridge primary school showed a little joie de vivre in the French language to earn themselves a coveted award.

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Students from Edinburgh Napier University with their lecturers outside Polmont YOI

A creative look behind closed doors

A creative project between Polmont YOI, Edinburgh Napier University and Fife College is giving an insight into what life is like within Scotland’s national facility for young male offenders.

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Grangemouth Childrens Day Queen for 2017 Kara Wilson

Kara’s fairytale big day beckons

What could be better than enjoying the biggest, most exciting day of your young life with all your best pals?

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Youngsters still booking into Linlithgow Library

Youngsters still booking into Linlithgow Library

Advanced technology may be at their fingertips but youngsters are still checking out books at their local library.

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The stars of last year's Grangemouth High School show The Addams Family

Acting on an opportunity

Students will be returning from the Easter break next week to take advantage of some exciting theatrical learning opportunities.

Theatre and Comedy
Langlees Primary shows it is up for the challenge

Langlees Primary shows it is up for the challenge

Every school strives for the perfect working relationship between teachers, pupils and parents.

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College lecturers vote to strike

College lecturers vote to strike

College lecturer members of the Educational Institute of Scotland (EIS) – the country’s largest union for teachers and lecturers – have overwhelmingly backed strike action in a dispute over broken fair pay promises.

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Kids lead nature trail

Kids lead nature trail

Youngsters from Tiptoes Nursery have taken learning to a greener level and gone back to nature.

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Bo’ness pupils to take part in WWI commemoration

Bo’ness pupils to take part in WWI commemoration

Two S3 history pupils from Bo’ness Academy are set for a once-in-a-lifetime trip to France to observe the centenary of the Battle of Arras at Scotland’s commemorations.

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Photography student Edgaras Borotinskas

Edgaras wins photo award

A Forth Valley College photography student has snapped up a national award for his stunning pictures.

Lifestyle
The pupils at Airth PS enjoy that winning feeling!

Airth Primary has all the answers

Airth won the local round of the Rotary District 1020 primary schools quiz.

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Dr Bill Maxwell, HM Chief Inspector of Education and Chief Executive of Education Scotland,l joined Larbert High S1 pupils during a biology class - Kieran Toland , Jami-Lee Laing and Lewis Johnson

Schools ‘could do better’ educating youngsters

Scotland’s chief education inspector said the service ‘could do better’ when he unveiled a review into standards.

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Falkirk High is just one school that has pupils arriving by bus

New policy for school buses

Councillors have agreed a new transport deal for school pupils.

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The district's high school pupils are now near the top of the class

Pass marks for senior pupils hit an all time high

Falkirk’s youngsters are among the best in Scotland when it comes to passing exams.

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Langlees Primary School open their new outdoor learning space

Learning is an adventure

Education took a decidedly adventurous turn for pupils of Langlees Primary School last week.

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A wealth of health for pupils

A wealth of health for pupils

Primary school pupils were able to get a head start on the pursuit of a healthy lifestyle and had a lot of fun at the same time.

Health
Cash pledge to support special needs kids

Cash pledge to support special needs kids

More teachers and more classroom space will be found to help pupils with additional support needs.

Education
Starting people down the right path   and giving others a second chance

Starting people down the right path and giving others a second chance

“I didn’t know much about computers, but I stole plenty of them.”

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