School wall ‘no risk to pupils’

School wall ‘no risk to pupils’

ORIHUELA’S councillor for education has been answering concerns about alleged dangers caused by a cracked wall in a school. 

Begoña Cuartero has confirmed that there is no risk of a wall in the playground collapsing at the Los Dolses primary school on the Orihuela Costa, despite worries raised by the parent’s association (AMPA).

She went on to assure those gathered that the area of the playground under question has been closed off and will be reopened within a few days once security fencing has been installed, but did confirm that it’s the government education authorities based in Valencia that are ultimately responsible for sorting out the problem…not the Orihuela Costa.

It appears that the problem has been in existence since the opening of the school as the builders used a wall of an adjoining urbanisation.  The area has been inspected by a Valencian government official who concluded that the only way to solve the issue is to build another wall in the school premises.

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