Education Ministry Responds To Assault of 7-y-o at Clark’s Town Primary In Trelawny

The Ministry of Education has outlined special measures to be implemented at Clarks Town Primary in Trelawny where the alleged assault of a seven-year-old boy took place.

A meeting was convened by the school board on Wednesday November 8, 2017 with all parties concerned present, according to the release.

It was agreed that:

1. Immediate training of the school board was to be organised by Ministry of Education, Youth & Information personnel to adequately empower the school board with the skills sets, knowledge and guidelines that govern child care and protection and critical incidents in general.

2. The principal is to recruit a suitably qualified applicant for the position of School Security Officer on the ministry’s Apprenticeship Programme. This person will manage the gate operations with training other matters relating to the general security and safety of children on the school’s compound.

3. Educational Social Worker is to visit school community in order to conduct a social enquiry report on the parties involved.

The ministry said it now awaits the official findings and recommendations of the investigations from both the Office of the Children’s Advocate and the Child Development Agency.

The minister said he is also awaiting the formal report from the school board and action will be taken in accordance with the code of regulation.

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