Parents question Siota school’s poor F6 results


NOT a single form six student has made it to the next level for three consecutive years in Siota provincial secondary school, and this is irking parents.

They are questioning the School Administration, qualification capability of teachers and suggest for the Education Authority of Central Islands Province (CIP) to look into the situation and solve it.

“Most of Students undergoing the Forms Five and Six examinations through these years are wasted within the rural areas,” said parents.

“Our children are the future so whether such ongoing situation for the school is a student’s attitude problem or an administration problem to address but we want it solved.

“We want good outcomes resulting from the Premier Provincial Secondary of the province.”

A Senior Teacher of the school through contact however said that the situation should be dealt with by the School Administration.

Island Sun is yet following up on this concern because attempts for comment from the CIP Chief Education Officer (CEO) and Provincial Education Officer (PEO) were not possible yesterday.

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