Primary kids have bounced and tumbled into the October holidays and learned lots of new skills in the process.
Lochee ABC boxer Luca Flynn has started this season like he finished the last – by winning.
Ellie Stott is a star of the hockey world who is rising fast.
She may be only 10, but Ellie Tiffney has already proved to be a dance star on both sides of the Atlantic.
Big-hearted students in Dundee have raised nearly £400 for Ninewells’ official children’s charity.
Grove Academy is the first secondary school in Tayside to be awarded Education Scotland’s Digital School Award.
The next Picasso or van Gogh could hail from Kirriemuir as the kids at Teenie Tots Childminding learn all about famous artists and use them as inspiration for their own work.
The children at Glebelands Primary School got a taste of life on stage at this year’s Dundee Flower and Food Festival.
Dundee pupils have enjoyed the experience of a lifetime after spending four weeks in Borneo.
Health and wellbeing was on the timetable at St John’s High as the school held its annual freshers fayre this week.
No one said musical theatre was easy and members of Dundee Schools Music Theatre have certainly been put through their paces this week.
A group of Arbroath Academy pupils have been doing their bit to help people in Rwanda.
Little ones from Dundee headed over to Fife for a day full of activities, and the chance to show off their talented mums’ designs.
It’s to primary school and beyond for these youngsters as they said goodbye to nursery with some exciting guests.
Leisure and Culture Dundee’s Urban Moves Dance Festival featured performances of dance to celebrate the wonderful and creative work that the young people have been achieving in their dance classes.
A pair of brothers who have already made their mark in karate in Great Britain and Italy are now getting set to take on the world.
The disabled team of young athletes representing Perth Strathtay Harriers has again proved it has what it takes to win.
Pupils at Rosebank Primary School were the stars of the show as they wowed the crowds with their end of year performance.
Primary one pupils at Victoria Park Primary School have been bringing some sunshine to their class by planting their own sunflowers.
Perth City Swim Club’s Jack Muncey, 15, will be one of the youngest competitors at the Scottish Nationals in Aberdeen from June 27-29.