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Moray Council has today (Tuesday 26 September) launched the first phase of their engagement to address the sustainability challenges of their current learning estate.
Moray Council is supporting Scotland’s Climate Week campaign starting today (Mon 25 September - Sun 1 October).
Moray Council has confirmed the following arrangements for its 52 schools on Tuesday 26 September – these arrangements will be reviewed for Wednesday and Thursday at some schools and parents will be communicated with directly if there is a change to the plans.
Moray Council is progressing work on plans for the future secondary school provision in the Forres Associated School Group (ASG) and the Buckie ASG.
Moray Council reinstates contract with NHS Speech and Language specialists to support children and young people with complex issues
Moray Council is reinstating a contract with NHS Speech and Language (Paediatric) Team (SALT) to deliver support for children and young people identified as having complex needs which are affecting communication.
The following message has been issued to Parents/Carers of Forres Academy pupils this afternoon.
Moray Council has set out the expected impact on schools following notification from UNISON, one of the Scottish Joint Council (SJC) trade unions, of discontinuous strike action on 26-28 September.
Moray Council has reaffirmed its commitment to improving the quality and value of the services it provides for tenants through the signing of the annual assurance statement.
Moray Council has released its plans to parents and pupils at Forres Academy for the continuation of learning until the October holidays.
Moray Council has today (Thurs 14 September) launched an engagement exercise with residents around the future of Moray Council’s budget, while setting out the challenging position for 2024/25.
Moray Council has provided parents with a further update on the Reinforced Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (RAAC) situation in the school as pupils move to remote learning for the rest of this week.
Hosts and operators of short-term let properties are being urged to apply for a licence under Scotland’s short-term licensing scheme before the 1 October 2023 deadline or face a fine of up to £2,500.