A Government-appointed committee monitoring the Alexandra School, centre of a bitter teacher and principal transfer controversy, will remain in place during the current school term.
This was revealed yesterday by Chief Education Officer Laurie King after the new principal, deputy principal and new teachers spent their first official day at Alexandra.
King said: “We will be closely monitoring the situation here and where there is need for any minor adjustments the ministry stands ready to facilitate them.”
Explaining yesterday’s procedures, King said: “We introduced the principal [Orson Alleyne], deputy-principal [June Browne] and the teachers to the student body and the other members of staff. They were very well received.”