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Pre-school/primary liaison: report of the working group.

Grampian Regional Council.

Pre-school/primary liaison: report of the working group.

by Grampian Regional Council.

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Mary Wild is a Principal Lecturer in Child Development and Education, and has previously led the Early Childhood Studies degree at Oxford Brookes University. She teaches across a range of courses for practitioners and professionals in Early Years, including the MA Childhood Studies. Mary is a qualified teacher with experience in both the primary and Early Years sectors.   Community Services Report to 20 June Page 8. Minecraft Club and Code Club are continuing weekly. Both clubs are currently full and working well. Teen Book Club is now being facilitated by a student worker. The Club currently has 7 regular members and is going to start working with library staff to order.

The agenda for each council-wide forum meeting is agreed with our `Tenant Participation Development Group' which is a sub-group of the Forum and comprises a number of tenant representatives, our Tenant Liaison Officers and the Convener of the Housing, Environment and Community Safety Policy Board, who chairs each meeting. The report has an executive summary and a number of appendices. The body of the report is divided into five chapters: 1) an introduction; 2) desk research; 3) results of focus groups and interviews; 4) discussion and 5) recommendations. The report will be of particular interest to people with disabilities.


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