Education hub plan for key workers’ kids

Perth and Kinross Council (PKC) says it hopes to have educational hubs for children of key workers operating by Thursday, March 26, Daily Record is reporting.

Parents and school staff were left confused over the weekend after PKC changed its schooling arrangements at the last minute.

Up until Sunday (March 22), PKC had vowed to offer educational provision for the children of key workers, vulnerable children and senior pupils following the closure of schools because of COVID-19.

A spokesperson for PKC responded directly on social media, saying: “We learnt today that provision could only be for children of the most critical key workers, otherwise numbers in schools would be too high.”

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