Nevis Ministry Of Education To Start Summer School Repairs Early
During the visit to GSS Mr. Barrett said it is important for the ministry to ensure that students have the best possible environment for learning.
“We thought that doing this early at this time would be good for us…We are trying to see how best we can provide the best form of education for our children and doing things like this I believe would put us on a good path in terms of the infrastructure and things that should be in place to make children safe and comfortable in doing their work,” he said.
He said due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on government finances, repairs and upgrade requests would have to be prioritized.
“We know that we are still in a situation where we have to prioritize. The economy is such that we cannot do everything that really needs to be done, so we are here looking at all of those things that should be done, and then we’ll prioritize that list,” he noted.
Principal Mrs. Lineth Williams and Deputy Principal Mr. Kayno David guided the ministry officials around the GSS compound to identify the work they would like to see undertaken.