Gryffe High School has become the first secondary school in Scotland to receive an ‘excellent’ grade under the government’s short model inspection format.
Leading youth theatre PACE, best known for producing a string of illustrious alumni, is launching a brand new platform to offer quality creative experiences this summer for young people aged…
Free online workshops offered to SMEs and Social Enterprises in Renfrewshire to help them adapt to life beyond lockdown
A pilot programme of online workshops to help SMEs and social enterprises adapt to a post-COVID working environment is to be rolled out by Viridor’s Community Benefits teams for Glasgow…
Kibble psychologists to provide confidential support to footballers to help tackle mental health stigma
Kibble Group, a leading child and youth care charity, is offering mental health support to employees at St. Mirren FC.
UWS and Stirling-based SME collaborate to produce new facemask which could slow the spread of COVID-19
A facemask prototype that could help prevent the spread of coronavirus is being developed in a partnership involving University of the West of Scotland (UWS) academics.
Former University of the West of Scotland (UWS) Deputy Principal Professor Paul Martin CBE has played a leading role in creating Scotland’s largest temporary hospital to help fight coronavirus.
Childline has experienced an unprecedented demand for its services as the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic starts to affect children’s lives.
New figures published this week show that student loans under the SNP have soared as bursaries have been slashed.
A scheme to prepare pupils for a future in sports management has received national backing.