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- Round up Friday 24 October 2014
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Director’s update – Hillview, Young Carers Project and inspections at Broughton Primary and Woodlands
A regular update from Gillian Tee, Director of Children and Families, including visits to Hillview disability respite centre and Edinburgh Young Carers Project as well as positive inspections for Woodlands School and Broughton Primary School and Nursery Class.