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School year begins in turmoil

Over the past week the Education system of Montserrat has been the turmoil of confusion as the new school year begun.

Parents learned from the children that some subjects had been removed from the timetable that was being presented on a daily basis.

Prior to the start of school parents, particularly those sending children to the school for the first time had been told in meetings with Education Ministry and school officials, that there was the possibility that the lunch and school bus services would be ‘outsourced’.

Towards the end of the week President of the Parent Teachers Association (PTA), Julian Daniel.

Physics removed from MSS Curriculum as no fully equipped lab in place at the school says PTA president.

PTA President Julian Daniel says the Ministry of Education plans to review some of the decisions which they had not consulted parents on.

Parents of MSS students are not happy about several major issues at the school and they made their displeasure known yesterday during a meeting with Acting PS Glenn Francis and Hon. Minister of Education Colin Riley.

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Over the past week the Education system of Montserrat has been the turmoil of confusion as the new school year begun.

Parents learned from the children that some subjects had been removed from the timetable that was being presented on a daily basis.

Prior to the start of school parents, particularly those sending children to the school for the first time had been told in meetings with Education Ministry and school officials, that there was the possibility that the lunch and school bus services would be ‘outsourced’.

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Towards the end of the week President of the Parent Teachers Association (PTA), Julian Daniel.

Physics removed from MSS Curriculum as no fully equipped lab in place at the school says PTA president.

PTA President Julian Daniel says the Ministry of Education plans to review some of the decisions which they had not consulted parents on.

Parents of MSS students are not happy about several major issues at the school and they made their displeasure known yesterday during a meeting with Acting PS Glenn Francis and Hon. Minister of Education Colin Riley.