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.
Making sure everyone in Argyll and Bute has a fair chance of employment regardless of age, background, ethnicity, gender or disability is central to the work of the Argyll and Bute Employability Partnership.
Lochdonhead Primary School is the regional winner of the 2023 Primary Awards for Green Education in Schools (PAGES) - a new awards scheme for primary schools in the UK that aims to encourage environmental education for young people aged between 5 and 11.
Argyll and Bute Council is to expand childcare facilities at Rothesay Joint Campus to address a shortage of Early Learning and Childcare (ELC) services on Bute caused by the closure of Rothesay Playgroup in 2020.