Argyll and Bute Council is investing more than £1.7 million to establish four more dedicated Learning Centres in its schools so that children and young people with more complex Additional Support Needs (ASN) can benefit from tailored high-level support.
New design proposals including crossing points, cycling and pedestrian priority areas and footpath improvements will make it easier and more attractive for people to walk, wheel and cycle between Lochgilphead Joint Campus and the town centre.
A new proposed Local Development Plan for Argyll and Bute will help deliver new development across the area, safeguard our outstanding environment, attract external investment and address barriers to economic growth.
Inspectors from Education Scotland have praised the head teacher and staff at Carradale Primary and Early Learning Centre (ELC) for fostering an inclusive, nurturing ethos across the school and nursery.
Encouraging more people to walk, wheel and cycle with improved links between local communities are just some of the aims behind a proposed new travel route between Lochgilphead’s Front Green and the Crinan Canal.
Argyll and Bute Council is aware of the position taken on Thursday 31st August by UK Government in relation to schools in England and Wales in relation to amended guidance on Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC).