Schools up for review
The future of two Strath schools is to be discussed at a drop-in event for parents being held in September.
Braco Primary School is among the first tranche of schools which have come up for review over its future suitability by Perth and Kinross Council.
The school building falls short of standards set at other properties, and parents are being asked to consider this at a meeting on September 12.
A total of six options is to be put forward for the catchment which includes the villages of Braco and Greenloaning.
Other options include re-opening nearby Greenloaning primary which was mothballed in 2016 because of a falling school roll.
They also include having both schools open enhancing suitability, splitting pupils between the two buildings, shaking up the Greenloaning catchment which could enhance numbers, or closing the Braco building and upgrading Greenloaning.
Perth and Kinross Council is focusing on 10 schools in the first round.
The schools were assessed to have issues with continued or future suitability through their school numbers and condition of the building.
Perth and Kinross Council says the review will help it better manage its school buildings and also help to deliver its aims for providing suitable schools for education.
The Braco community drop-in takes place at the village hall from 3-8pm.