Youth clubs provide valuable opportunities for young people to socialise with their friends and take part in a variety of activities outwith school hours, particularly in rural areas where there are few facilities available to young people. Many also offer organised outings and trips to facilities not available in the local area.
Most are run b...
Each child is unique and develops in their own very special way. Here are some ideas for the best way to grow a child.
Babies and Toddlers
Parent and toddler groups
Parent and baby groups
Rhymetimes and storytelling
SureStart (work with parents)
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Outdoor Sports Clubs
Outdoor Sports Governing Bodies
On this page you will find links to websites that may be of interest to you covering a range of activities such as mountaineering, watersports, cycling and skiing.
A Curriculum of Excellence
Outdoor Education Research and Eva...
Guidance for Leaders
Weil's and Lyme's Disease (pdf 20.3 kb)
Orienteering is a competitive sport originating from Scandinavia where it enjoys massive popularity. It can be described briefly as a mixture of cross-country running and map reading. Orienteering largely takes place in accessible forest areas, and som...
Support in Schools
Aberdeenshire Education and Children's Services provides placement opportunities and provision in mainstream schools, support bases and special schools to reflect the diversity of needs of children and young people with autism.
It is further proposed that within each Aberdeenshire Children's Services Network (CSN) a multi-agenc...
The schools in the Peterhead network are Peterhead Academy, Anna Ritchie School, Boddam Primary, Buchanhaven Primary, Burnhaven Primary, Clerkhill Primary, Dales Park Primary, Longhaven Primary, Meethill Primary, Peterhead Central Primary, Port Erroll Primary and St Fergus Primary.
Contact Peterhead Network
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Active Schools Participant Information
Concessionary Access to Leisure Scheme
Aberdeenshire Council do offer concessionary charges.
Do you qualify for a concessionary charge? Click on the link for details.
Active Schools Participant Code of Conduct
Active Schools Aberdeenshire Code of Conduct
Active Schools Aberdeenshire Partnership Programmes
Through working with our partners and stakeholders, Aberdeenshire Educational Psychology Service is committed to the practical applications of psychological theory and principles in order to help children and young people fulfil their full learning, social and emotional potential.
Educational Psychologists work at three main levels:
The child a...
This page provides information about programmes and activities taking place in your area. The schools in the Mintlaw network are Mintlaw Academy, Auchnagatt Primary, Fetterangus Primary, Kininmonth Primary, Longside Primary, Maud Primary, Mintlaw Primary, New Deer Primary, New Pitsligo and St John's Primary, Pitfour Primary, Strichen Primary and St...
As an integrated service, Education and Children's Services provides a wide range of services including, schools, nurseries, cultural services, sport and leisure and community learning and development. We believe that learning should be a lifelong experience and is at the heart of the services we offer.
Our four main objectives are:
To improve lea...
Animal Feed Business
Consumer Credit or Hire
Animal Feed Business
If you make, use or market animal feeding-stuffs you will require to be registered with us.This includes most livestock farms and arable farms that grow, use or sell crops for feed as well as producers, hauliers and stores of feed...
We offer a range of online services from automatic alerts for jobs through to school meal payments. These can all be accessed by signing in to myAberdeenshire, powered by myaccount:
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What is it?
It is a simple, secure way to access a range of Scottish public services online using jus...
You need to have an occasional licence if you intend to temporarily sell alcohol on unlicensed premises (or in some cases club premises).
Before you apply find out more about occasional licences:
Events requiring occasional licence
When you should apply
Who can apply
Duration of the licence
What to include in your application
The schools in the Alford network are Alford Primary, Cluny Primary, Craigievar Primary, Dunecht Primary, Echt Primary, Keig Primary, Lumsden Primary, Midmar Primary, Monymusk Primary, Strathdon Primary, Tough Primary, Towie Primary and Tullynessle Primary.
Contact Alford Network
Alford Easter Holiday activities are now available to boo...
Charges relating to copying documentation or for carrying out research are detailed on our Table of Charges (pdf 16KB ).
Current application fees in accordance with The Town and Country Planning (Fees for Applications and Deemed Applications) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2014.
Scale of Fees (34 KB)
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