Registration inspection of Greendykes Children"s Centre, Edinburgh
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Published by Scottish Executive in Edinburgh .
Written in English


  • Greendykes Children"s Centre (Edinburgh).

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Statementa report by HM Inspectors of Schools 16 May 2000.
ContributionsScotland. Scottish Executive. Education Department. HM Inspectors of Schools.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22639075M
ISBN 100748096981

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Cookies are used on this site. Cookies are files saved in the browser of your computer, tablet or phone, when you visit a website. These cookies store various information such as whether you are logged in, what pages you visit, user preferences, and can be linked to online marketing campaigns. The Centre is situated in a purpose built building in the centre of Edinburgh. They are registered to care for a maximum of 57 children. The nursery building is situated off the Royal Mile. The building is designed to have interconnected spaces which are made up of: • A large welcoming reception area. BN 74 () – policy material, inspection reports and case files for children detained in local authority community homes HO () – some inspection reports of individual voluntary homes but mainly general and policy matters and relations with local authorities. Recreational facilities are well catered for with Saughton Park including a children's playground and running track, the rugby ground and ice rink at Murrayfield and Carrick Knowe Golf Course. Council Tax band B. EPC rating C. EPC rating: C. Landlord Registration Number: // Letting Agent Registration Number:

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