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Director’s update – Education Scotland, GIRFEC Local Area Coordinators and inspection of Children’s Services
A regular update from Gillian Tee, Director of Children and Families, including meetings with Glasgow’s Director of Eduction and Education Scotland, the appointment of GIRFEC Local Area Coordinators across the city, and an update on the inspection of our Children’s Services.
The Family Based Care service have received an extremely positive report from the Care Inspectorate. This service provides inclusive preventative care through Day Care and respite foster care in partnership with parents, Carers and Kinship carers. The team recruits and … Continue reading
The Royal High Primary School and Nursery Class was recently inspected by HM Inspectors from Education Scotland. The inspection found a number of key strengths including that almost all children are confident, motivated and enthusiastic about learning. The report also … Continue reading