There will be no school at St. John Primary for a third day as parents and students join teachers in protest against environmental issues.
From last Friday teachers refused to enter the building which they say is mold-infested, leading to respiratory illnesses and severe medical problems.
Speaking outside of the school. President of the Parents Teachers Association, Nicole Gill-Wilson, said the parents and students stand in solidarity with the teachers for the health of all.
She is asking for the school to be relocated.
President of the Parents Teachers Association at the St. John Primary School, Nicole Gill-Wilson.
Meantime First Vice President of the Barbados Union of Teachers, Julian Pierre is calling for the results of environmental testing to be shared with staff.
Meantime First Vice President of the Barbados Union of Teachers, Julian Pierre.
When Starcom Network News spoke to Chief Education Officer, Ramona Archer-Bradshaw she refused to comment on the matter.