Then to reprieve all S1/S2 schools and determine if it was better to turn them into S1/S3 schools.
Effectively, this means the decided to tear up the entire policy and disavow something that has been under discussion for many years.
Given that he said that the Education Minister "hadn't a clue", where does this leave the Director of Education?Now is the time to review, fully and with a clean slate, just how we intend to deliver education in the islands, and the impact this will have on all the services.
How does all this affect the new schools PFI scheme? (Answer, I think/hope it fatally undermines it, due to reductions in pupil numbers)
Where does this leave the Convener, who has responded to the demands of his constituents after lobbying, rather than leading on a major policy issue which affects the fundamental operation of Education policy in the islands?
Where is the money going to come from?
I've updated the title, because this presumably means that Paible and Daliburgh are also reprieved.