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Budding writers produce novel in four days

The students planned, wrote and proof-read the book themselves

Big names lend support to inner-city school

More than 100 rare and priceless donations gifted by actors, writers, musicians and artists

Uncovering stories of the Great War

Pupils produced videos for their project

My word! … Hillhead Primary scoops slam poetry crown

Pupils beat off stiff competition from five other primary schools

Glasgow Academy unveils 'transformative' plan

Local residents are invited to see the proposals

Praise for P7 pupil who helped save school trip

Resonance Capital and Skypark donate £2,000

Hockey star Emma wins top US scholarship

Emma Williams also makes her debut for Scotland U18s

Housebuilder gifts 300 Christmas books to school

Teachers asked for help to buy the books as a special gift to children.

School hosts first climate talks session with world leaders

Kelvinside Academy played host to a meeting of senior delegates attending the climate talks.

'In lockdown, motivation has slowly dwindled into oblivion'

Young people write about life and the challenges of school and learning during the pandemic.

'We need strong wooden playground shelters to keep dry'

The school’s parent council has launched a fundraiser and is appealing for donations from the community.

Cars can no longer drive outside these schools at busy times

Hyndland, Kelvindale, Scotstoun primaries and St Paul’s in Whiteinch no longer permit cars to drive outside during drop-off and pick-up times.

You do what you love and you work hard, Prof Leitch tells Hyndland schools podcast

Professor Jason Leitch said he rose up in his profession by “working hard and being kind’.

Our children are being denied the right to attend local school, say Jordanhill parents

Jordanhill Families for Inclusion has set up a Facebook group to push their message and gather support.

Kelvinside Academy calls on John Swinney to work with private schools on change

Dan Wyatt believes other schools should follow the Kelvinside model.

Schools begin work to prepare pupils for social distancing and 'blended learning'

Glasgow's education director Maureen McKenna has updated parents on plans to get the city's pupils back to school.

North Kelvinside Primary … name chosen for new school off Queen Margaret Drive

The vote for the school's new name proved very popular with more than 2,500 votes cast from members of the local community.

Jordanhill parents form action group to fight school's £1.6 million catchment deal

Almost 100 parents held a virtual public meeting of the Jordanhill Parents Action Group via Zoom on Sunday.

Top state school strikes deal with homes builder to fund £1 million sports facility

In return for financial contribution from CALA Homes, the school is proposing to revamp its admissions regulations to include Jordanhill Park.

Boys to attend Notre Dame High School after council votes to end girls-only policy

The issue has split opinion since a consultation began many months ago.

Kelvinside Academy opens £2.5m hub that sets its pupils on course for a new future

The centre has been developed in partnership between the independent school and Boston-based innovation school NuVu.

Parents welcome consultation on opening up Notre Dame High state school to boys

Champions of Notre Dame's single-sex status say it boosts confidence among girls particularly in maths and science.

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