Tories claim a £1m benefit

Schools across South Lanarkshire would have shared an extra £1m if proposals by the Conservative councillors had been backed by other parties, they have claimed.

The children from Auchengray Primary enjoying their day out at Almond Valley.

Auchengray win top prize

The kids from Auchengray Primary were delighted to learn they had won a competition run by the Almond Valley Heritage Centre.

St Peters school in Uganda which class teacher Fiona Anderson visited on her trip.

School’s Uganda fundraiser

During a holiday in 2017, a Crawforddyke Primary teacher visited a school in Uganda and was utterly appalled by what she found.

Laura pictured receiving her award from Dougie Vipond.

Laura takes the top title

Laura Manby, 25, from Carluke, has won the Equine category at Lantra Scotland’s annual Land-based and Aquaculture Learner of the Year Awards.

Pascal Lovell leads the fish fry release at the White Cart Water, Pollok Country Park, with pupils.

Clyde kids raise trout in the classroom

Thousands of school children from across the River Clyde catchment are part of a project to raise and release brown trout into the river system.

Suzie Woods and Jill Murie

Forth GP leaves a living legacy

A GP who worked in the small village of Forth for the past 12 years before finally retiring last November, has left a living legacy as her way of thanking the community.

Grant applications are now open.

Young people in South Lanarkshire invited to apply for CSGN Travel Grant

Gardens by the Bay in Singapore is topping the wish list of green destinations across the world that people would love to visit according to Skyscanner.

Year of Young People 2018 Kayla Groom (11) from Blackwood Pr on far right

Clydesdale pupils launch local event

Young people from across South Lanarkshire gathered in Hamilton to mark the official launch of the Year of Young People.

Lindsey McKinnon who works for Early Years Scotland.  (Photograph by Martin Shields)

Shape our children’s worlds with a career in early learning and childcare

There’s more to childcare than just building sandcastles, making dens, or doing some glitter painting…

What could your potential earnings be?

Study reveals the uni courses that’ll make you rich - and those that won’t

Studying medicine and dentistry will make you the richest after university with graduates earning an average of £46,700 according to new research from the Institute of Fiscal Studies.

Does your school have a budding Dickens who could write the next Christmas classic?

Prizes on offer for new Christmas classic

Children from across Scotland are getting in the Christmas spirit early to try and win £1,500 for their school.

Pupils learn how the heart works as part of the initiative.

Schools workshop competition

The British Heart Foundation (BHF) is offering schools across the UK the chance to win a unique fun-filled workshop with a BHF-funded researcher to inspire pupils to learn about how their hearts work.

From 4 December 2017, candidates will have to carry out the 'show me' question while they are driving.

DVSA releases new videos to help learners prepare for driving test changes

With less than three months to go to until the driving test changes, the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency (DVSA) has published new videos about the updated ‘show me, tell me’ driving test questions.

Research has highlighted that the working conditions of Scotland's teachers are 'extremely poor'.

Research highlights poor working conditions of Scotland’s teachers

A major new piece of independent research claims the working conditions of Scotland’s teachers are ‘extremely poor’.

Police Scotland's campaign is aimed at the 500,000 students starting or returning to college and university this year.

Police campaign to help keep students safe

Police Scotland has launched a campaign to provide the country’s students with guidance and advice on how to keep safe.

A new poll reveals the student of 2017 is more likely to be found at home watching films rather than going for a beer, with money worries occupying their minds more than their predecessors.

Students of 2017 swap nightlife for Netflix

Students today are as worried about their wallets as they are about their studies, showing a stark difference to their parents’ university days, new research shows.

David Buchanan recommends a career as an STEM teacher.

Teacher recruitment campaign expanded

A teacher recruitment campaign has been expanded to target university undergraduates studying English and Home Economics (HE) subjects, including food, nutrition and health courses.

More young Scots are in positive destinations

More young Scots in education, training or work

More teenages in Scotland are in education, training or work, a report shows.

Learner drivers will benefit from improvements to the online driving instructor search service.

Learner drivers set to benefit from new online service

Learner drivers are to benefit from improvements to the online driving instructor search service.

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