Educators across Barbados have officially bid farewell to their colleague Winston Crichlow, who has retired from the service after around 43 years.
Minister of Education Ronald Jones, was among those who spoke glowingly of the contributions of the Harrison College
principal, who was hospitalised last year due to illness.
“Thank you for your contribution to education; thank you for giving of yourself,” the minister said during the retirement celebration held tonight at the Savannah Beach Hotel that was attended by dozens of people.
Chairman of the school’s board of management, Novaline Brewster, traced some of Crichlow’s achievements, including in the area of academics.
He should be justly proud, she said, adding that the retired principal was “A true leader and a decent human being.”