Orkney Islands Council is to hold a series of public meetings to explain why they are making cuts to services, including those termed ‘high risk’.
“There is a duty to provide additional support for learning when any child or young person needs support for whatever reason.” (Curriculum for Excellence)
The mood was very upbeat and positive as workers explained how they support people and work together to deliver an excellent service.
“The Advanced Powerboat course is the highest level of powered vessel training offered by the Royal Yachting Association”
Orkney Rape Crisis has been running an open door event from 8th – 10th March 10am – 3pm so that you can call by and become more aware of the work they do.
Orkney school leavers continue to do well as 96.1% have positive destinations when they leave school compared to the national average of 93.7%.
The Education and Skills Committee would like to know what is working and what isn’t working and to explore the reasons why.
The rescheduled Open Day takes place on Friday 26th January 2018 1-5pm
Here are 3 super courses being run in Orkney. One of them is by distance learning so even if you are not on Mainland, Orkney you can still enrol.
Parents have told The Orkney News that they are dismayed that there has been no consultation.