Continuing the update releases of St Albert the Great College, sources have revealed that two crucial resignations have taken place as students, staff and MUT members attempt to continue the first few weeks of school following the letting go of previous head Mario Mallia.
A history teacher at the school, Bernard Cauchi, revealed on a Facebook post that a teacher and a deputy head, Anna Zarb, resigned from their positions.
Cauchi explained that the resignation did not happen due to normal circumstances of teachers and staff switching schools for better opportunities. The resignations happened, he said, due to the tragic and ‘toxic’ situation at St Albert.
Cauchi said that through these indirectly forced resignations, Fr Aaron and the ‘Dominican rule’ makes sure that the school becomes completely theirs. He also said that the inclusivity programmes which were not supposed to be stopped were in fact put on hold.
Cauchi nonetheless thanked the resigned staff for all that they did for the students. He described their resignation as a massive loss for education and even the church in Malta.
Only 1 out of 5 deputy heads remains, sources from the school revealed. The remaining deputy head is under immense pressure to manage the situation at the college. As for the new headmaster, sources have stated that there is a lack in leadership skills and that the situation does not help at all.