Greetings from Glasgow to Christchurch.
Yes the old school clinics are all gone, I believe most schools these days have a dedicated school nurse who looks after the kids welfare. I suppose it's a sign of the times as I well remember attending the Glenbarr Street clinic in Garngad which served St Roch's Primary and Secondary, St Rollox Primary and Rosemount Primary all in the area. I have horrible memories of tooth extractions without anaesthetic and getting various jags to ward off polio and the likes. Remember this was the 1950's and peoples health has improved immeasurably with much better standard housing and no more rat infested tenements.
The school meals still do a roaring trade with free breakfasts -http://www.glasgow.gov.uk/en/Residents/Goi...ater/Breakfast/
and after school services as well.
Yes, Bath Street had quite a few Glasgow Corporation service headquarters on it. These days, most of Glasgow City Council departments are sited around the George Square area in the city centre.
The old Corporation was quite an empire and if you got a job in it, it was a job for life. Today's Council is all about cuts and out-sourcing functions due to the current financial crisis, I'm afraid.