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FOR THE SECOND TIME in his teaching career, deputy principal Bradston Clarke has been sent on leave.

Minister of Education Santia Bradshaw confirmed over the weekend that Clarke, 64, who has been second in command at The Lester Vaughan School since 2017, following the closure of Alma Parris School, was sent on leave pending an internal investigation.

While she did not go into details, the minister said the suspension was the result of “cumulative matters”.

The NATION was reliably informed that Clarke was summoned to a meeting at the ministry on Friday afternoon following a complaint which was made against him by a senior staff member at Lester Vaughan.

The ministry has appointed Suzette Holder to deputise at the school until further notice.

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