Education

Dedicated police support is being rolled out to all 23 Edinburgh high schools in a bid to help tackle crime, bullying and exclusion.

The annual Edinburgh International Festival of Middle Eastern Spirituality and Peace brings together people from a wide range of backgrounds to explore spiritual, secular, educational, artistic and cultural approaches to peace and mutual understanding utilising performances that deal with these topics through inventive, cross-art productions.

The Lib Dem/SNP coalition announced that the passage of the Council's budget yesterday will see "a massive boost" of £26m investment in priority areas such as children and the most

The Royal Botanic Garden in Edinburgh (RGBE) has announced that is launching a new foodie festival this Spring - Science on a Plate.

Edinburgh's Central Library is marking Holocaust Memorial Day with an exhibition that remembers the life of Holocaust survivor Ernest Levy.

Meet Edinburgh Zoo’s animal experts and learn all about all the exciting new species arrivals and births across 2011.

Plans to build a state-of-the-art building to accommodate James Gillespie’s High School got the go-ahead today.

Pupils at James Gillespie’s High School in Edinburgh have found a novel way to celebrate the life of their History Teacher, Mr Caddell, who died last year.

Professor Peter Higgs whose theory about the existence of an elusive particle – or boson – came in a moment of inspiration while walking in the Cairngorms in 1964, has been named the

Edinburgh City Council has announced that Edinburgh schools will shut today at noon (Thursday 8 December 2011) due to the severe weather, with gale-force winds forecast later today.