Parents question private school’s re-opening readiness – Barbados Today

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A group of parents of children attending the privately-run Wills Primary School in Maxwell, Christ Church is concerned about some of its protocols for the safe re-opening of classes this month.The group calling itself Concerned Wills Parents is also seeking clarification on the “real” start date of school, given that the Ministry of Education says September 21, but Wills Primary has informed parents it intends to resume full face-to-face learning on September 9.
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Preservation a priority in aftermath of S’town fire - Barbados Today

Less than 24 hours after an historic Speightstown building housing three businesses was razed, Prime Minister Mia Mottley has promised government’s assistance for the restoration. Despite the extensive damage to the 18-century structure, Barbados National Trust president Peter Stevens is optimistic that it can be saved and has urged owners […]

Parents question private school’s re-opening readiness – Barbados Today

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A group of parents of children attending the privately-run Wills Primary School in Maxwell, Christ Church is concerned about some of its protocols for the safe re-opening of classes this month.The group calling itself Concerned Wills Parents is also seeking clarification on the “real” start date of school, given that the Ministry of Education says September 21, but Wills Primary has informed parents it intends to resume full face-to-face learning on September 9.
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Preservation a priority in aftermath of S’town fire - Barbados Today

Less than 24 hours after an historic Speightstown building housing three businesses was razed, Prime Minister Mia Mottley has promised government’s assistance for the restoration. Despite the extensive damage to the 18-century structure, Barbados National Trust president Peter Stevens is optimistic that it can be saved and has urged owners […]