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TommyCraig6

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#1 08/01/2021 at 18:47

Williamson has urged parents to contact Offsted if they are not happy with what schools are doing in pandemic.

Offsted have reported that they have been inundated with emails (approx 5000} praising schools!

How the hell does he remain in a job?  

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Reesh1867

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#2 08/01/2021 at 20:38

Shut up and take your meds.  

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Skamp

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#3 08/01/2021 at 21:29

Perhaps the unions should tell their members to get back into school then and teach the kids properly, face to face.

Seems to me you're connecting covid with the government here.  

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AndyBen

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#4 08/01/2021 at 21:43

Tommy, I've got a son doing his final year of GCSEs, i've also got a daughter in her first year at Senior school, and three cousins who all teach here.

Since March, my sons schooling has been abysmal.

Some teachers have made an effort, used google docs and appointments to do 1:1 sessions with shared workbooks, but the majority have just sent worksheets with little or no instruction or constructive feedback. These same teachers have not been shy to take to social media, during whay obstentiously should be school time, postingvideos from beaches, dog wlaking etc. This is simply not good enough

His interest in working has completely gone, and thankfully the exams have been cancelled because i fear he would have struggled academically and mentally with them. At least now we can 'assist' him with his coursework, otherwise he'd be finished at 16

From my experieince, i wish there was a helpline to both report and praise staff, and i can promise you, it would be 80% report, 20% praise. 

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TommyCraig6

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#5 09/01/2021 at 08:40

Tommy, I've got a son doing his final year of GCSEs, i've also got a daughter in her first year at Senior school, and three cousins who all teach here.

Since March, my sons schooling has been abysmal.

Some teachers have made an effort, used google docs and appointments to do 1:1 sessions with shared workbooks, but the majority have just sent worksheets with little or no instruction or constructive feedback. These same teachers have not been shy to take to social media, during whay obstentiously should be school time, postingvideos from beaches, dog wlaking etc. This is simply not good enough

His interest in working has completely gone, and thankfully the exams have been cancelled because i fear he would have struggled academically and mentally with them. At least now we can 'assist' him with his coursework, otherwise he'd be finished at 16

From my experieince, i wish there was a helpline to both report and praise staff, and i can promise you, it would be 80% report, 20% praise.
Andyben, 08/01/2021 at 21:43



I've got Grandkids in education and their schools have been terrific.

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TommyCraig6

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#6 09/01/2021 at 08:49

Perhaps the unions should tell their members to get back into school then and teach the kids properly, face to face.

Seems to me you're connecting covid with the government here.
Skamp, 08/01/2021 at 21:29


The unions are acting a damn site more responsibly than the government. Death rate approaching 100,000. Let's blame the unions!!!! 

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Reesh1867

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#7 09/01/2021 at 09:15



The unions are acting a damn site more responsibly than the government. Death rate approaching 100,000. Let's blame the unions!!!!
TommyCraig6, 09/01/2021 at 08:49


Are they?

Shut up you dribbling mess.  

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CDLF

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#8 09/01/2021 at 18:38



The unions are acting a damn site more responsibly than the government. Death rate approaching 100,000. Let's blame the unions!!!!
TommyCraig6, 09/01/2021 at 08:49


And just what has "the death rate approaching 100,000" got to do with the schools. 

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Skamp

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#9 09/01/2021 at 19:15

If it was left to the unions the dead wouldn't be buried and the streets full of bin liners.  

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