Alternative arrangements for pupils sitting exams next month, and who are affected by the recent school closures, have been drawn up by the City of Edinburgh Council.
All 7,600 primary and secondary pupils affected by school closures now have alternative education plans put in place for next week by the City of Edinburgh Council.
All primary pupils affected by school closures now have alternative education plans put in place by the Council meaning 5,900 primary and secondary pupils have confirmed arrangements in place.
The majority of the pupils affected by school closures have now been allocated new school places by the City of Edinburgh Council.
The City of Edinburgh Council has this afternoon (12 April) announced alternative arrangements for 1,300 pupils from four primary schools affected by the closures.
Contingency plans for the 2,000 pupils preparing for exams from the five high schools affected by the closures have been announced by the City of Edinburgh Council (12 April).
The Council has drawn up contingency plans to ensure all primary and special school pupils will be back in alternative schools by Tuesday of next week (Monday is the Spring Public Holiday).
The Chief Executive of the City of Edinburgh Council and senior education officials have met with directors of the Edinburgh School Partnership (ESP) this afternoon (Sunday 10 April).
The City of Edinburgh Council has taken the precautionary decision to close all of their PPP1 schools from Monday (11 April 2016).
Voters are being encouraged to check they are on the electoral roll with just four weeks until the Scottish Parliament Election.