A 40-year-old man has been fined after flying into a rage in a school playground because he was frustrated by the school bully – aged five.
The use of restraint and seclusion in schools across Scotland is largely unmonitored by local authorities, an investigation has indicated.
The number of primary school pupils reaching the expected standard in reading, writing and maths has risen again, official figures show.
Councillors have received an apology after a senior official inadvertently misled them about selling advertising space in council-owned schools.
Schools built almost a century after other working educational buildings will have to be prioritised for repair, the council has said.
Advertising in schools: It's a phrase that automatically sets alarm bells ringing, like 'wasp in a Portaloo' or 'drunk dentist'.
Parents should not expect schools alone to provide solutions to problems like knife crime and obesity, the Ofsted chief inspector will argue this week.
‘They still don’t have a school to go to on Monday’: Fight to reopen New School at Butterstone intensifies
The fight to reopen the New School at Butterstone intensified as parents and pupils handed a petition with more 8500 signatures to the education secretary.
Council leaders are looking at advertising to pupils in schools after a plan to sell space on the side of bin lorries failed to take off.
The firm involved in the closure of 17 schools in Edinburgh over safety concerns has agreed to a proposed settlement exceeding the council’s costs, it has been announced.