Cllr Mary Campbell examines the options for a Gaelic-medium secondary school in Edinburgh
Changing policy on the start age at school is just one of many ways in which Greens are making a difference, says Mary Campbell
Edinburgh is still a city where the car is king, says Lorna Slater. Our recovery plans should embrace space for socialising, walking, wheeling and cycling without the fug of toxic traffic fumes.
More funding to reduce teacher workload in Greens Holyrood manifesto
Alison Johnstone writes about Scottish Greens’ commitment to play-based learning at kindergarten for three to six year-olds before starting formal primary education.
Everyone has the right to feel safe and supported says Alison Johnstone.
More needs done to get schools up and running safely, says Alison Johnstone.
Green councillors have criticised a decision by the majority of Education Committee members today to limit school climate strikers to only one authorised absence a year.
City of Edinburgh Council has today agreed that school students absent in support of “climate strikes” will not be punished for doing so.
Green councillors have claimed a “trust gulf” remains between school communities in Edinburgh affected by a buildings fiasco in 2016 and the private company in charge of the schools.