Pupils at risk if lollipop people are removed - VP

Thursday, 6 September 2018

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THE Vice Principal of a Limavady school is opposing any cuts to Lollipop men and women saying it could "effect pupil safety."
A letter between the Education Authority and the Department for Education has been leaked floating the idea of removing lollipop men and women to save money.
Termocanice Primary School is situated on two busy roads in Limavady and currently has two lollipop men to help it's pupils cross the roads safely.
Leo McCloskey, Vice Principal of the school, told the Northern Constitution that the school would be opposed to removing Lollipop men and this could lead to problems with pupil safety.
Mr McCloskey said: "We at the school are passionately opposed to these cuts and believe they would not make any sense.


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