One of Scotland's leading road and surface contractors bestowed a gracious donation upon a city school for children with additional support needs.

John McGeady very kindly donated £2000 to St. Joseph’s Enhanced Nurture Provision located.

The money will allow the pupils at the St George's Cross primary school to experience a variety of educational visits throughout the city as well as provide health and well-being resources for the Enhanced Nurturing Provision (ENP).

Developed by the council's Education Services department, the ENP offers a more inclusive and flexible model of service delivery to children and young people with a profile of emotional and behavioural needs.

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The overall goal of the provision is to ensure all children are educated in a nurturing environment that prepares them for successful reintegration into a mainstream school.

Glasgow City Council is committed to becoming a ‘Nurturing City’ where increased educational engagement and positive learning outcomes are evident.

Enhanced nurture provisions are situated within several council primary schools and provide a link for children between mainstream provision and specialist provision, supporting learners' social and emotional needs whilst giving them opportunities to learn alongside their peers.