£3m improvements for schools

Flood prevention work and new windows totalling £170,000 have been completed at Rosneath primary school.
Total spending of £3m in schools across Argyll and Bute was announced by the council this week.
The projects, also including wiring and heating work plus road safety improvements at Colgrain primary in Helensburgh, was carried out during the summer holidays.
Lead councillor for education and lifelong learning, Michael Breslin, said, “This work is designed to ensure that school buildings are maintained in a satisfactory condition and provide a safe and suitable environment for both pupils and staff.”
Rosneath was one of 25 schools which faced closure less than two years ago before a hugely controversial consultation process was halted.

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  1. So two years ago they had to save millions by closing schools. Now things are suddenly so great that there’s cash to spare! Am I alone in thinking that the problem hasn’t gone away and before long there’ll be plans for local ‘mergers’?

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