Profile: Andrew Denholm


Education Correspondent

I've worked as The Herald's education correspondent for the past five years, covering a range of stories from bogus colleges in Glasgow to the state of the nation's schools and the future of university funding. I'm interested in any stories relating to education. I previously worked at The Scotsman, covering politics and home affairs.

Latest articles from Andrew Denholm

In the past decade the highest salaries of principals have risen by up to 76%, for lecturing staff it’s only 18%.
International students are vital to the future of universities
Private nurseries are part of the roll-out of additional free places
Private nurseries face different rates to deliver free places policy
Teacher stress is on the increase
Scoraig Primary School has struggled to recruit staff
Small rural schools struggle to recruit staff
Academics are concerned over the proliferation of short contracts
Students from St Andrews University