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Obesity Action Scotland wants to change the culture surrounding school meals

The charity wants priority given to vegetables, soup and salads. Photograph: Mark Gibson

A CHARITY has called for a transformation in school meal menus from a “feeding” to an “eating” culture.

12:00am Friday 21 April 2017

Scottish Government reveal working group to tackle anti-LGBT school bullying

Liam Stevenson (left) and Jordan Daly from the Tie Campaign have been campaigning for LGTB issues and topics to be taught in schools. Photo by Kirsty Anderson/Herald & Times

LGBTI campaigners claimed a partial victory this evening as the Scottish Government agreed to work on homophobic and transphobic bullying in schools.

5:10pm Wednesday 19 April 2017

Going Local: Outcomes are too close to call in East Dunbartonshire

Walkers at the start of the West Highland Way in Douglas Street, Milngavie, Scotland's most popular long distance route

AS the area which is often voted to be the best place in Scotland to live and which contains some of Glasgow’s most salubrious suburbs, it could be thought that East Dunbartonshire has few problems to ponder.

12:00am Thursday 20 April 2017

'Lost generation' warning over cuts to special educational needs budgets

The Scottish Children’s Services Coalition also wants all secondary schools to have accessed to a qualified counsellor

SCOTLAND faces a potential lost generation of children and young people if budget cuts continue, local authorities have been warned.

12:00am Monday 24 April 2017

Going Local: Generation game in East Renfrewshire gives councillors a challenge

A dog walker in Rouken Glen, Giffnock, which was awarded the title of UK’s top park last year after a £3 million revamp

EAST Renfrewshire is like few other councils in Scotland. The 60-odd square miles on the cusp of Glasgow’s southside is home to around 92,300 people, hosts some of Scotland’s best schools, half of the country’s Jewish population, and when people…

12:00am Monday 24 April 2017

Scottish Youth Parliament calls for 16 and 17-year-olds to be given General Election vote

SYP chair Terri Smith, centre, said the strong turnout in their recent elections is proof that young people are engaged

THE Scottish Youth Parliament (SYP) is calling for 16 and 17-year-olds to be given a vote in the forthcoming General Election.

12:00am Friday 21 April 2017

TV Pick, April 20: Born to Kill, and The Trip to Spain

Born to Kill's Sam: too good to be true?

BORN TO KILL, C4, 9pm YOUNG Sam is too good to be true, isn’t he? He makes breakfast for his mum, saves frightened boys from school bullies, reads to old folk in hospital, and wears his school uniform nice and neat.

12:00am Thursday 20 April 2017

Maths made fun as Scottish pupils get ready for online contest

Alexa Pope, deputy headteacher of Juniper Green Primary School, with Sumdog CEO Andrew Hall, mountaineer Jamie Andrew, and pupils Aryan Kamal and Ellie Rogers

PUPILS from across Scotland have the chance to prove they are top of the class by signing up to take part in the first nationwide online school maths contest.

12:00am Monday 24 April 2017

Football: Tour of duty was a labour of love for Darren McGregor

Darren McGregor has enjoyed a triumphant spell at his boyhood heroes

Hibs star 114-venue trip around Edinburgh

12:00am Saturday 22 April 2017

Clyde Gateway pupils given kick-start to Get Into Engineering

In total, 15 pupils took part in the 10-week programme

SCHOOL pupils from the Clyde Gateway area are celebrating their graduation from a course designed to introduce them to the construction industry.

5:58pm Friday 21 April 2017
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