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Rabat, Gozo, Primary School students will not be transferred to other schools – the Ministry for Education

The Ministry for Education and Employment said that Primary School students in Rabat, Gozo, will not be transferred to other schools.

A Ministerial statement confirmed that a proposal that had been made for the Rabat children to be distributed to different schools will not take place.

The statement said the Ministry had continued to increase funds for the Rabat Primary School, including funds for maintenance which is taking place regularly. It said that this year too there has been an investment in an outdoor facility which is new, turf in the courtyard and a security system for the school.

It was further stated that in the meanwhile, almost two years ago a site had been identified for the building of a new Primary School in Rabat and the Foundation for Tomorrow’s Schools (FTS), within the Ministry, had submitted an application to the authority concerned.

The Ministry further said that the necessary permits are being awaited for work to commence at once.

The statement ended by saying that there are plans for a meeting with parents and teachers regarding the proposed new school.

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