Local Democracy Reporter
Internationally-recognised artists from Berwick and the Borders have donated work to Eyemouth High School’s art auction, to be held next month.
School pupils from the most deprived areas of the Borders are lagging behind their counterparts in reading, writing, and numeracy, according to a new report by council education chiefs.
We spend a large proportion of our lives working but how many people can say they do something that truly makes a difference to the lives of others?
A programme in the Borders that aims to give people with disabilities the skills they need to secure employment is going from strength to strength.
Some say your schooldays are the best days of your life – and the memories of almost 150 former and current Kelso High School pupils, gathered together in a book about its old Bowmont Street home, appear to back up that theory.
Duns Primary is the first school in the Borders to sign up for a Mindfulness initiative.
Berwick Academy students are celebrating as A Level results continue to show strong improvement.
Scottish Borders Council’s children and young person’s service is spending £8.5m a year repaying historic debts.
Chirnside Primary School is undergoing something of a facelift while the pupils and staff are enjoying their summer holidays.
When Eyemouth Primary School pupils return after the summer holidays the former nursery building will have disappeared.
Pupils from Eyemouth High School took eight top honours when they debated recently at the annual Earlston Model United Nations Conference.
A mental health service for Borders schoolchildren is still not up and running more than six months after council and healthcare bosses announced it would commence.
Professional bodies representing Scotland’s librarians have lined up to condemn Scottish Borders Council’s proposals to replace school librarians with pupils.
Summer fun day taster sessions proved very popular with people from South Ayrshire who turned out in their hundreds to the event at the Citadel in Ayr.
Paralympian and double world champion Samantha Kinghorn was at the official opening of Duns Primary School this week to unveil a commemorative plaque.
Marine training has been added to the curriculum at Eyemouth High School.
Over 350 pupils at Eyemouth Primary School and their families now know how to save a life after undergoing training last week.
Over 100 English school pupils are crossing the England/Scotland border each day to go to school in Eyemouth.