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Firstly, I would like to thank everyone involved in the huge response efforts to the unprecedented challenge of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Council colleagues, partner organisations, and members of the public have all stepped up and shown themselves to be resilient, compassionate and dedicated: thank you.
Three reports to the next Lifelong Learning Committee on Wednesday 18 March 2020 will set out Perth & Kinross Council's aims to further raise pupil attainment and achievement, improve support for children and young people needing social care services, and ensure a flexible approach to pupil admissions.
Perth & Kinross Council has begun formally testing lower speed limits in five locations around the Council area from Wednesday 4 March 2020.
Public consultation on a forthcoming Planning Application to be submitted to Perth & Kinross Council Development Management by Architype Ltd, agent for the Applicant, Perth & Kinross Council.
Ways for adults to help children and young people stay safe online will be highlighted in the annual 'Getting It Right...Keeping Your Child Safe' seminar coming up on Thursday 5 March 2020 at the Perth Playhouse cinema on the city's Murray Street.
Perth & Kinross Council's Lifelong Learning Convener, Councillor Caroline Shiers commented on the findings of an inspection report published on Tuesday 11 February 2020, for Inchture Primary School and Nursery Class.
A report to the Lifelong Learning Committee meeting on Wednesday 22 January 2020 updated Councillors on the significant progress that has been made to develop a Highland Perthshire Learning Partnership (HPLP) as a key element of work considering both the senior phase of secondary education and maximising wider community use of the Council's facilities in this part of Perth and Kinross.