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What future for Gaelic schools in the capital?

Cllr Mary Campbell examines the options for a Gaelic-medium secondary school in Edinburgh


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Green gains at all levels

Changing policy on the start age at school is just one of many ways in which Greens are making a difference, says Mary Campbell


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Listening to young people on the climate emergency

Young people are right to demand action on climate breakdown, says Mary Campbell.


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Education committee: pupils, parents and churches

It’s time to hear more voices on council education committees, says Mary Campbell.


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Backing climate strikes

Green councillor Mary Campbell today secured a commitment from City of Edinburgh Council to respect and engage positively with school students taking part in climate strikes. She explains why.


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Our future schools crunch time

The future of secondary schools in the city will come to a special meeting of Edinburgh’s Education Committee this week. Cllr Mary Campbell explains why the Greens are backing investment in existing schools in the south west of the city and pushing for real progress on new schools elsewhere in Edinburgh.


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School lunches: progress and potential

Mary Campbell welcomes progress on school lunches but says there is an opportunity to go so much further.


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Building schools for our communities

Learning from school building programmes of the past is crucial in building for the future, says Mary Campbell.


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Films for juniors

Mary Campbell heralds an outbreak of common sense on baby and carer screenings of films.


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Finding space for Gaelic

  How best should Scotland’s capital support Gaelic and Gaelic medium education as part of the education service as a whole? Green councillor Mary Campbell reflects.