No Alexandra report until 21st September; are Principal Broomes & BSTU’s Redman to work again? To the Bat-Cave!

CHANGE OF DATE FOR PRESENTATION OF REPORT TO THE GOVERNOR GENERAL BY THE COMMISSION OF INQUIRY INTO THE ALEXANDRA SCHOOLMORE IMPORTANTLY, WHY???

The public is advised that the deadline for the presentation of the written report of the Commission of the Inquiry into the Alexandra School has been changed from (August 31).

{CLICK FOR BIGGER} The report will now be presented on September 21 to the Governor General. The Governor General has authorised the change in the date for the submission of the written report in light of the fact that vital days’ hearings were lost to the Commission’s deliberations, due to the unavailability of the Wildey Gymnasium for three days in July because of prior bookings for Crop Over events, and the observance of two public holidays in August.

Hearings were completed on Monday this week, with final submissions by Counsel {August 29.}

The Statutory Instrument SI no 70 authorising this change will be published in Gazette no 76 dated August 30, under the Commissions of Inquiry Act, CAP 112.

Printed copies are expected to be available shortly. (DATA COURTESY | Cabinet Office/BGIS)

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  1. It is evident that Mr Broomes presence at the Alexandra school causes disharmony amongst some of the staff and some of his practices are non traditional and unwanted. In order that children can thrive in an environment conducive to learning, distractions such as differing personalities need to be ‘checked at the door’ . There is no place for such distractions in the school environment. As adults, we need to teach our charges not only academically but also by example. Those are the qualities of a good leader. Those required by a Principal. He/She should be responsible to the kids first and the staff second. I feel that Mr Broomes services are well suited somewhere within the education system but not as Principal. Somewhere where his input is valuable and where the democratic process thrive and is well.

    Sincerely

    Paul Doyle

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