Officials tour schools; check readiness – Barbados Today


When the new school term begins on Monday, students and staff at three schools will utilize the online classroom until the maintenance works have been completed.During a tour of several schools today to observe their state of readiness, Acting Chief Education Officer Joy Adamson announced that St Luke’s Brighton, St Martin’s Mangrove and St Giles Primary, which were involved in this year’s Domestic Summer Programme, will not be ready to commence classes at the physical plants because repair works are still ongoing.
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Education unit accused of not “pulling weight” - Barbados Today

Though the majority of school plants are ready for the return of students and staff on Monday, Minister of Education Santia Bradshaw is announcing that there will be drastic changes at the unit responsible for maintenance of nursery and primary schools.Bradshaw said there has been a major challenge with the […]