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Celebrating success in our schools

Published Wednesday 9 March 2016

The annual Standards and Quality report for the city's education services has been published and highlights another incredible set of achievements to celebrate with our young people and school staff across the city.

The report is when we take time to reflect on our work and how our services, schools and staff are really making an impact and difference to the lives of Glasgow's children, young people and their families.

Introducing the report in her new role as Executive Member for Children, Young People & Lifelong Learning, Bailie Liz Cameron is delighted with the achievements of Glasgow's young people.

She said: "My title embodies all the elements that are at the very heart of education in our wonderful city - children, young people and lifelong learning.

"I am passionate about this city, the council and our citizens and as a former lecturer, I am passionate about the education of every child and young person in Glasgow.

"Attainment and achievement is at an all-time high in the city, school attendance is up and exclusions are down - this is all due to the commitment and dedication of teachers, school staff and education officials - and of course the pupils!

"My aim is to be the voice of education in Glasgow and I will do all that I can to make sure that we continue to meet the needs of every child, offering them the quality education they deserve, regardless of their background or circumstances."

Full Report

Read the full report here pdf icon Education Standards & Quality Report 2014/2015 [3Mb]

Published Wednesday 9 March 2016

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