Secondary Schools - Has the decision already been taken?
Posted: Sunday, 16 September 2007
Faithful and Gould were and probably still are a solicitors in Newcastle. As far as I remember the Gould element was a specialist in licensing laws. what expertise they could bring to Hebridean education would be a mystery though they always had what might be described as an interesting client base!
perry mason from brue
mmmm our supposedly working for us Conhairle going behind our backs and making decisions based on what will be good for them....no! never !, i wonder where i've seen this scenario before....oh yes, windfarms, how many times are we to be sold out by the people who we have supposedly elected to work for and represent us and what we actually need. We asked our local SNP councellor what was actually in it for the people of these islands to have windfarms and the reply was that he didn't actually know. I wonder what he would say about the schools??
tanith from point
Look back 20 years and the same happened. Many small schools closed to amalgamate into district ones. Look back 10 years, and you have a brand new Sgoil nan Loch, which could now be closed altogether in 2009. Sgoil nan Loch? That big thing outside Cameron Terrace, Leurbost.
Arnish Lighthouse from Stornoway