By Euro Weekly News Media • 01 May 2015 • 13:03
THE Parents’ Association (Amipa) of Montaura Primary School in Mancor de la Vall has criticised the poor state of the school and claimed it could represent a hazard for their children.In a statement, parents have reported several problems with the building, for instance the metal window blinds, which they said were very damaged and constantly fell off, almost injuring a three-year-old pupil in one occasion.“We have requested the council fix the school five times since 2014,” read the parents’ statement, adding that the council had not yet taken action.The building was constructed in the 80s and designed to accommodate 50 students. However, 100 are currently studying at the school.
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