Council 우리카지노to build supervised school crossing crossing for girls in Sydney
A network of crossing bridges for girls in Sydney will be upgraded to a dedicated one by the council.
Key points: The plan will create 14 new crossing bridges, including one for girls
It will run up to 60km to one of the new crossing centres
Councillor Tony Kennedy said the extra capacity would make the crossing safer
A network of crossings will be built in Victoria, New South Wales and Northern Territory to replace the ones that have been in place for girls for the last 35 years.
New bridges will run from Prahran, Victoria to Alice Springs, Sydney, including one at Chatswood, where the last bridge to operate was built in 2011.
The network will run up to 60 kilometres from the crossing centres in Victoria, NSW and Northern Territory, it said.
In an interim report, the council said it was concerned some girls were entering school without a safety net.
Chief executive officer of the NSW and Northern Territory Children and Young People’s Commissioner Fiona Nash said the additional capacity on the network was needed to ensure girls were able to get between their classrooms, where they often struggle with learning difficulties, and reach social support workers before their first day of school.
“We would need the same level of service available to 바카라사이트all children,” Ms Nash said.
“What we’ve seen in other jurisdictions around the world is the kind of integration of educational and services that would be required to be able to offer a range of support services, such as primary school education, literacy programmes, sports, social media더킹카지노 access and so on for every child.
“That type of integrated education is also in the nature of a multi-age, multi-community setting.
“This is the next phase of education that we want to build, that’s the new stage that we want to start to deliver for children.”
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