6 March 2019
The First Minister visited Falkirk High School on Monday as part of her commitment to listen to 1,000 children and young people with experience of the care system.
Speaking after the event, she said:
“I am determined to listen to as many care experienced children and young people as possible so it was great to visit the HUB in Falkirk High School. The HUB facilities do an excellent job of providing support for care experienced children at the school and I look forward to seeing how this model develops in the coming years.”
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon visited Falkirk High school earlier today to hear from young people about their experience of the care system https://t.co/a2uFLXzigb@ScotGovFM @NicolaSturgeon @FalkirkHigh pic.twitter.com/Lhe2LofDax
— Falkirk Council (@falkirkcouncil) March 4, 2019
The First Minister also met the school House Captains.