The media interest in the situation at Nairn Academy continues with the Inverness Courier detailing Liz renewing her calls for a new school for Nairn, her logic being that with work starting on a new £2 million block soon, it would be better instead for the the Council to be better starting from scratch with a new school. The Courier quotes her,'I wonder whether that money would be better spent going towards a new school,' she said.'I have spoken to officers but it doesn't seem to be an option in the next five years.'
Where there's a will there's a way Liz, Nairn will just have to kick over tables and get a new Nairn Academy up to the top of the agenda! The present situation will not do at all.
According to the Courier Liz also has been reassured by council officials that there were no health risks and again the paper quotes her. 'I can understand parents' concerns.'
The article continues with details of the disruption and information from the Rector's newsletter to parents but like other articles published this week in the press this one also contains words from a sceptical parent. When the article appears on line we will link to it.
If you scroll down this page you will see other Gurn posts linking to previous articles and sites that contain information relevant to this incident. There have been quite a few comments coming into these posts and they too are worth a read.
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