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This week is an important week in the school calendar for all those parents and carers of nursery school children. Paul Godzik (Education, Children and Families Convenor) writes about Registration Week and the importance of registering at your local catchment … Continue reading
A regular update from Gillian Tee, the Director of Children and Families, on recent meetings, visits and events. In this update, Gillian tells us about visits to Craigroyston High to meet their new Head, a trip to WHEC to celebrate … Continue reading
Another packed round up this week so let’s get straight to it… Primary pupils on their marks for Games @ THE HUB More than 1,000 Edinburgh primary school pupils will be competing in one of the largest ever school sports … Continue reading
Lindsay Law is the first parent to be invited to sit on a City of Edinburgh Council Committee, representing parents in the city on the Education, Children and Families Committee. In this interview, originally featured in the Children in Scotland … Continue reading
A report by John Heywood (Departmental Assistant to Cllr Paul Godzik, Convener of Education, Children and Families Committee) following the Committee meeting on 5 March 2013. You can also download further details about each report and the Committee minutes on … Continue reading