PM Gaston Browne visits special students at Adele School

Gaston Browne, the Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda visited Adele School on Thursday. He visited a school for special children and interacted with the principal, staff and students.

PM Gaston Browne visits Adele School, credits to Facebook
PM Gaston Browne visits Adele School, credits to Facebook

Antigua and Barbuda: Gaston Browne, the Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda visited Adele School on Thursday. He visited a school for special children and interacted with the principal, staff and students.

During his visit, the Prime Minister was welcomed and later interacted with everyone present. The interaction included discussions about the school’s curriculum. Also, the discussion involved the ways that the authorities can provide support in improving the services provided to the students.

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The PM not only interacted with the principal and staff, but engaged with the students as well. He got immense love from the students while interacting. The information regarding the same is shared by the Office of the Prime Minister Antigua and Barbuda which is the official Facebook page of the government.

“When it was the Prime Minister’s turn to engage with the students, he was showered with hugs and broad smiles,” mentioned the Office of the Prime Minister of Antigua and Barbuda. 

While interacting with the students, he paid great attention to the plans of students for the future which would include work and family life. Further, the PM asked certain questions aligned to current affairs to which the students were so quick to answer. Also, they showcased their skills to the PM that they have learned at the Adele School.

The Prime Minister also highlighted that the time spent with differently abled students of the Dele School was filled with great joy. Also, the PM shed light that the special students are on the way to their overall development and have demonstrated their developing compensatory mechanisms.

The cognitive adjustments to deal with the circumstances of the students can contribute greatly to society.

“I commend the principal and staff of the Adele School for the exceptional work they are doing with these special members of our society. I am truly impressed with their work,” mentioned the Prime Minister.

While leaving the school, he informed the teachers of some of his recommendations for improving student life, knowledge and skills delivery at the institution.