Ministers get first hand view of 3 special schools

Ministers get first hand view of 3 special schools

Minister of Education Nyan Gadsby-Dolly and Minister in the Ministry of Education Lisa Morris-Julian, visited three Government Special Schools on Saturday to hear from administrators their successes, challenges and suggestions for improvement and plans in place for the term ahead.

Accompanied by officials from the Ministry, the Ministers visited the Cascade School for the Deaf, the Wharton-Patrick School and the Pointe-a-Pierre Government Special School.

The visits allowed the Ministers to view first-hand the facilities where the education of children with special needs are conducted, and to hear from the administrators.

Updates were also given on the schools readiness for student interaction in the coming weeks.

The Ministry of Education stated that they will continue to monitor schools as they enter the New Academic Year in an effort to ensure that no child is left behind, or without equitable, accessible and quality education.

Dr. the Honourable Nyan Gadsby-Dolly took a moment to share the purpose of the visits to the Cascade School for the Deaf, Wharton-Patrick School and the Pointe-a-Pierre Government Special School ahead of the start of the new school term. #MoEdutt #SchoolVisits #SpecialSchoolsSaturdays #EducationAtWork #NoChildLeftBehind

Posted by Ministry of Education – TT on Saturday, August 29, 2020

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