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DELIGHTED parents applauded councillors after plans to bring back free school buses for more than 1,000 schoolkids were given the green light.Read
TEENAGE newshounds gobbled up the chance to grill a pair of politicians as part of a BBC schools project.Read
A GROUP of pupils at a Paisley school booked in to turn the tables on staff by quizzing ‘them’ on a hot topic.Read
PLANS for a new school in Renfrew have been given the go-ahead by planning bosses.Read
YOUNG and old came together at a Paisley school – and tales were still being swapped long after the bell had gone!Read
MORE than 100 pupils, parents and staff were ‘growing places’ when they took part in a woodland shrub project.Read
PUPILS at a Paisley high school joined in the celebrations for the Chinese New Year – and relished tucking into some traditional Cantonese food.Read
PARENTS throughout Renfrewshire are being urged to send their local schools, nurseries and teachers to the top of class by entering them for a top award.Read
STRIKING janitors have suspended their industrial action as union and council bosses try to thrash out a new deal.Read
KIDS in Africa will have plenty of supplies in their schoolbags after Paisley pupils teamed up with a building firm to kit them out.Read
DELIGHTED youngsters have been given top marks after their primary school and nursery class became the first in Renfrewshire to be awarded Fairtrade status.Read
SCHOOLKIDS all across Renfrewshire have been praised after a new report revealed that their behaviour is improving.Read
CARING schoolkids are auctioning off their skills as gardeners and babysitters to coin in cash for a mercy mission to the slums of India.Read
PUPILS at Kersland School in Paisley are getting ready to sell their home-made festive treats to parents and friends at their Christmas fayre.Read
TALENTED youngsters hit a high note when they won a prestigious singing competition.Read
EDUCATION chiefs have rolled out a new initiative which will act as a safety net for youngsters who are blind or hard of hearing.Read
A BUNCH of green- fingered caring kids have been planting bulbs to help make sure a popular park blooms into colour.Read
CHILDREN who dream of becoming sporting heroes one day were shown the road to take by a pair of St Mirren stars – and it starts by walking to school.Read
YOUNGSTERS took a journey to the ‘dark side’ as they added some spice to a new show by one of the country’s best theatre companies.Read
PARENTS will be given the chance to have their say on controversial plans to shut a primary school as a series of public meetings are staged.Read
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