Thursday, March 05, 2009

Press and Journal reports:'Parents fearful of health risks at school after asbestos scare'

The P&J has been talking to parents and states that despite assurances mums and dads are worried about the safety of Nairn Academy.

They go on to say,'As fears about the long-term safety of a Highland secondary grew last night, the school’s interim head teacher insisted that the risk to children’s health following the discovery of asbestos was “insignificant”.

The article quotes parents. Provost Liz has also been speaking to the daily paper about future investment planned for the school, she would like to see a new school built instead. '“I don’t think good money should be spent after bad, especially when a general maintenance project causes such hassle and disruption,” she said to the P&J.

You can read the entire article here.
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