IT is a real High School Musical - a secondary school has unveiled its plans for becoming the Edinburgh International Festival's newest venue.
MOD civil servant who served in the Falklands
A LEGAL bid to give pupils a say in opting out of religious observance in Scottish schools has been scrapped amid plans to consult pupils about statutory worship.
MINISTERS are facing fresh pressure to review the status of the country's joint schools quango.
THE Herald is today launching its third annual Higher Education Awards to recognise the outstanding contribution to society made by colleges and universities across Scotland.
IF the Scottish Parliament were to pass a law today that allowed us to hit children, to “lawfully cause a child pain”, as a report last weekend put it, there would be an outcry. It would contradict the knowledge and understanding we have built up as…
Thousands of people, from police officers to faith leaders and members of the public, have linked hands on Westminster Bridge in a show of defiance a week after the terror attack in the capital.
By Annie Butterworth
Singer Emeli Sande has shared her sympathy with the campaign for a fresh independence referendum, saying British politics has left Scottish people feeling “insecure”.