Daily Archives: 10/01/2018

Aiming high: Plymouth’s plan for the Class of 2020

Plymouth’s children and young people look set to benefit from an exciting new plan for education. Schools, academies and nurseries are being asked to join a partnership with the Council as part of a bold move to drive up improvements through more collaboration and support across education in the city. The Plan for Education is […]

Five days left to apply for a primary school place in September

If your child is due to start at primary school for the first time in September 2018, or junior school for children who have completed Year 2, you only have five days left to get your applications in. The deadline for parents and carers to express their preferences for primary and junior school admissions is […]

New memory café at Southway Library

A new memory café will launch at Southway Library on Thursday 11 January. The café is open to anyone worried about their memory loss or someone else’s memory loss, those living with dementia and their carers. The weekly session will provide support and information, activities including quizzes and puzzles and guest speakers. Refreshments are provided. Councillor […]

Contractual arrangements to manage Torbay’s Children Services to be discussed

Plans for Plymouth City Council to move forward with a contractual arrangement to manage Torbay Council’s Children’s Services will be considered by Plymouth’s Cabinet on Tuesday 16 January and then discussed at Full Council on 29 January. The report outlines the work that has been undertaken to ensure that Plymouth City Council will have the […]

Volunteer at Central Park

Volunteers are being sought to help with conservation, horticulture and general improvements in Central Park. Plymouth City Council have teamed up with Eco Land Management and the Friends of Central Park to run events alongside the improvements programme. Upcoming events are scheduled for January to March and are open to anyone who wants to get […]