The Seventh Day Adventist Primary School was forced to suspend classes this morning because of ongoing health problems posed by a silk cotton tree.
Principal Angela Bushell-Skeete said the decision to close the school after students complained of itchy eyes, burning skin and difficulty breathing.
Parents and guardians were busily picking up the students when Barbados TODAY visited the Dalkeith Road institution.
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