Teachers at Stanley Park High School in Carshalton in alleged 'drunken brawl' during school trip to Barcelona

Stanley Park High School

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An investigation has been launched after teachers on a school trip allegedly ended up in a drunken brawl that frightened pupils.

Teachers and pupils from Stanley Park High School in Carshalton went on a sports tour to Barcelona over half term at the end of May.

But the visit was marred by teachers drunkenly fighting each other, it is now alleged.

The school said the claims are being taken "extremely seriously" and have warned action will be taken if the allegations are proven.

One parent, who asked not to be named, said: "[My child] sent me a text message saying how scared she was to go to sleep because there were drunk teachers fighting.

"She said they were all teachers and were calling each other very rude words.

"They hit each other and the students were all very scared.

"One [teacher] came away with a black eye.

"There was another girl who wasn't very well on the trip and they couldn't find the teacher who had their medication because they had gone drinking!"

The parent has called on the school to sack the teachers they have alleged were involved.

The school is investigating the incident and issued the following statement: "We are aware of an allegation relating to a recent school visit to Spain.

"We are taking the complaint extremely seriously and are currently conducting an internal investigation; appropriate action will be taken if necessary."

Were you or your child on the trip? If so, contact reporter Mike Murphy-Pyle on 020 8722 6359 or email mike.pyle@london.newsquest.co.uk.

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10:13am Tue 10 Jun 14

PeterM says...

This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food.

The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner?

I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny.
This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food. The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner? I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny. PeterM
  • Score: 17

11:49am Tue 10 Jun 14

Noddyblanket says...

PeterM wrote:
This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food.

The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner?

I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny.
Wow! I'd be expecting 5* luxury for that... and responsible adults with them as well!
[quote][p][bold]PeterM[/bold] wrote: This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food. The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner? I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny.[/p][/quote]Wow! I'd be expecting 5* luxury for that... and responsible adults with them as well! Noddyblanket
  • Score: 14

12:01pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Karenjacks says...

PeterM - that sounds like another disaster waiting to happen. The school has no guidelines in place for trips. Have heard of a few problems on trips previously but nothing as bad as this. The teachers in question should be sacked. It's appalling. Shame such a great building and facilities is being led and managed by incompetent fools who allow things like this to go on. I include the Head Mr Taylor in that too!
PeterM - that sounds like another disaster waiting to happen. The school has no guidelines in place for trips. Have heard of a few problems on trips previously but nothing as bad as this. The teachers in question should be sacked. It's appalling. Shame such a great building and facilities is being led and managed by incompetent fools who allow things like this to go on. I include the Head Mr Taylor in that too! Karenjacks
  • Score: 14

12:30pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Pizza Burger says...

Stanley Park always has been the worst secondary school in the borough.

Carshalton Boys has improved immensely over recent years, whilst this school remains a shoddy scandal - despite their beautiful new build.

The news story therefore doesn't come as a shock to me.
Stanley Park always has been the worst secondary school in the borough. Carshalton Boys has improved immensely over recent years, whilst this school remains a shoddy scandal - despite their beautiful new build. The news story therefore doesn't come as a shock to me. Pizza Burger
  • Score: 8

1:48pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Elgarcia36 says...

As a parent who's child did go on this trip.....the trip it's self was a great experience for all the children involved, yes an incident may have taken place but it was dealt with on the particular evening and was unnecessary, but is being dealt with within the school. Therefore all this reporting to newspapers is really not necessary and seems to be anything to bring the name of the school down. All teachers who went on this trip are superb teachers and I as a parent have never had any issues. As a school they aren't the worst in the borough and have many very bright and intelligent pupils within the school and I for one don't appreciate the fact some people are labelling the school shoddy with no experience of the school themselves. The school trips are optional so the fact there is a trip that costs £1000 with no food, that totally up to the parents if they wish to send their child, personally I have experienced a few trips with this school and to be honest everyone has been money well spent. But each to their own!!!
As a parent who's child did go on this trip.....the trip it's self was a great experience for all the children involved, yes an incident may have taken place but it was dealt with on the particular evening and was unnecessary, but is being dealt with within the school. Therefore all this reporting to newspapers is really not necessary and seems to be anything to bring the name of the school down. All teachers who went on this trip are superb teachers and I as a parent have never had any issues. As a school they aren't the worst in the borough and have many very bright and intelligent pupils within the school and I for one don't appreciate the fact some people are labelling the school shoddy with no experience of the school themselves. The school trips are optional so the fact there is a trip that costs £1000 with no food, that totally up to the parents if they wish to send their child, personally I have experienced a few trips with this school and to be honest everyone has been money well spent. But each to their own!!! Elgarcia36
  • Score: 74

1:58pm Tue 10 Jun 14

PeterM says...

Elgarcia36 wrote:
As a parent who's child did go on this trip.....the trip it's self was a great experience for all the children involved, yes an incident may have taken place but it was dealt with on the particular evening and was unnecessary, but is being dealt with within the school. Therefore all this reporting to newspapers is really not necessary and seems to be anything to bring the name of the school down. All teachers who went on this trip are superb teachers and I as a parent have never had any issues. As a school they aren't the worst in the borough and have many very bright and intelligent pupils within the school and I for one don't appreciate the fact some people are labelling the school shoddy with no experience of the school themselves. The school trips are optional so the fact there is a trip that costs £1000 with no food, that totally up to the parents if they wish to send their child, personally I have experienced a few trips with this school and to be honest everyone has been money well spent. But each to their own!!!
It's not so much that the trip is over £1,000 with no food, that's bad enough, but the fact that the children, i.e. teenagers, have to fend for themselves.

How often do we hear of children skipping food and spending their dinner money on other things? Now that is totally irresponsible of the school.

Better to make it £1,500 and include food that the teachers/hotel arranges.
[quote][p][bold]Elgarcia36[/bold] wrote: As a parent who's child did go on this trip.....the trip it's self was a great experience for all the children involved, yes an incident may have taken place but it was dealt with on the particular evening and was unnecessary, but is being dealt with within the school. Therefore all this reporting to newspapers is really not necessary and seems to be anything to bring the name of the school down. All teachers who went on this trip are superb teachers and I as a parent have never had any issues. As a school they aren't the worst in the borough and have many very bright and intelligent pupils within the school and I for one don't appreciate the fact some people are labelling the school shoddy with no experience of the school themselves. The school trips are optional so the fact there is a trip that costs £1000 with no food, that totally up to the parents if they wish to send their child, personally I have experienced a few trips with this school and to be honest everyone has been money well spent. But each to their own!!![/p][/quote]It's not so much that the trip is over £1,000 with no food, that's bad enough, but the fact that the children, i.e. teenagers, have to fend for themselves. How often do we hear of children skipping food and spending their dinner money on other things? Now that is totally irresponsible of the school. Better to make it £1,500 and include food that the teachers/hotel arranges. PeterM
  • Score: -12

1:59pm Tue 10 Jun 14

labyrinth says...

Noddyblanket wrote:
PeterM wrote:
This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food.

The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner?

I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny.
Wow! I'd be expecting 5* luxury for that... and responsible adults with them as well!
Of course teachers do not pay - you try looking after a bunch of teenagers on a trip abroad! I would need to be paid extra to do it.
[quote][p][bold]Noddyblanket[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PeterM[/bold] wrote: This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food. The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner? I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny.[/p][/quote]Wow! I'd be expecting 5* luxury for that... and responsible adults with them as well![/p][/quote]Of course teachers do not pay - you try looking after a bunch of teenagers on a trip abroad! I would need to be paid extra to do it. labyrinth
  • Score: 34

2:12pm Tue 10 Jun 14

PeterM says...

labyrinth wrote:
Noddyblanket wrote:
PeterM wrote:
This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food.

The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner?

I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny.
Wow! I'd be expecting 5* luxury for that... and responsible adults with them as well!
Of course teachers do not pay - you try looking after a bunch of teenagers on a trip abroad! I would need to be paid extra to do it.
Yes I know that they don't pay, I have personal experience of this, but when they treat it as a jolly and/or a free holiday, and don't look after the children properly, then that's taking the proverbial.
[quote][p][bold]labyrinth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Noddyblanket[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PeterM[/bold] wrote: This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food. The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner? I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny.[/p][/quote]Wow! I'd be expecting 5* luxury for that... and responsible adults with them as well![/p][/quote]Of course teachers do not pay - you try looking after a bunch of teenagers on a trip abroad! I would need to be paid extra to do it.[/p][/quote]Yes I know that they don't pay, I have personal experience of this, but when they treat it as a jolly and/or a free holiday, and don't look after the children properly, then that's taking the proverbial. PeterM
  • Score: 15

2:16pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Karenjacks says...

I am a parent of the school and have experience of problems on trips previously and feel it is not well led and managed. They have no proper Risk Assessments in place for trips as far as I can see. Maybe if they did then teachers would know what was expected of them and act responsibly and not in a way that is more suited to an episode of Shameless! Glad its been highlighted by someone - maybe now much needed changes will happen.
I am a parent of the school and have experience of problems on trips previously and feel it is not well led and managed. They have no proper Risk Assessments in place for trips as far as I can see. Maybe if they did then teachers would know what was expected of them and act responsibly and not in a way that is more suited to an episode of Shameless! Glad its been highlighted by someone - maybe now much needed changes will happen. Karenjacks
  • Score: 10

2:31pm Tue 10 Jun 14

*JoJo* says...

My question to this is; Why on earth were the teachers even allowed to consume alcohol on this trip?? Surely they are working and are the sole adults resposible for all these children? Irrespective of which school it was and it's reputation, this was a disgusting example to set and those involved should be suspended, if not sacked!
My question to this is; Why on earth were the teachers even allowed to consume alcohol on this trip?? Surely they are working and are the sole adults resposible for all these children? Irrespective of which school it was and it's reputation, this was a disgusting example to set and those involved should be suspended, if not sacked! *JoJo*
  • Score: 27

2:51pm Tue 10 Jun 14

foxtrotoscar007 says...

The trip was nearer £700 for a 3 star hotel on half board basis .. That means brekky and evening buffet... No lunch would be provided as kids were going to be out training and playing in tournaments etc.All this explained to us in pre trip meeting. It was suggested that kids should take €120 for this purpose and perhaps for a cheeky ice cream. That's all mine got and they budgeted it very well... The buffet food in the hotel was apparently not very nice so some of the kids spent some of their money on other bits. That's not teachers fault.. The only complaint i got from my child was that you had to pay for the WiFi in the hotel. We had a very comprehensive pre trip meeting, where loads of questions were fired at the teachers and all seemed to be answered satisfactorily.. am sure we could all find some fault in the trip. I personally would like to thank all the teachers involved for a successful trip
The trip was nearer £700 for a 3 star hotel on half board basis .. That means brekky and evening buffet... No lunch would be provided as kids were going to be out training and playing in tournaments etc.All this explained to us in pre trip meeting. It was suggested that kids should take €120 for this purpose and perhaps for a cheeky ice cream. That's all mine got and they budgeted it very well... The buffet food in the hotel was apparently not very nice so some of the kids spent some of their money on other bits. That's not teachers fault.. The only complaint i got from my child was that you had to pay for the WiFi in the hotel. We had a very comprehensive pre trip meeting, where loads of questions were fired at the teachers and all seemed to be answered satisfactorily.. am sure we could all find some fault in the trip. I personally would like to thank all the teachers involved for a successful trip foxtrotoscar007
  • Score: 44

2:54pm Tue 10 Jun 14

PeterM says...

foxtrotoscar007 wrote:
The trip was nearer £700 for a 3 star hotel on half board basis .. That means brekky and evening buffet... No lunch would be provided as kids were going to be out training and playing in tournaments etc.All this explained to us in pre trip meeting. It was suggested that kids should take €120 for this purpose and perhaps for a cheeky ice cream. That's all mine got and they budgeted it very well... The buffet food in the hotel was apparently not very nice so some of the kids spent some of their money on other bits. That's not teachers fault.. The only complaint i got from my child was that you had to pay for the WiFi in the hotel. We had a very comprehensive pre trip meeting, where loads of questions were fired at the teachers and all seemed to be answered satisfactorily.. am sure we could all find some fault in the trip. I personally would like to thank all the teachers involved for a successful trip
The trip that I'm talking about has not taken place yet. It is in excess of £1,000 and as I said before does not include food, which the children will be responsible in finding themselves.
[quote][p][bold]foxtrotoscar007[/bold] wrote: The trip was nearer £700 for a 3 star hotel on half board basis .. That means brekky and evening buffet... No lunch would be provided as kids were going to be out training and playing in tournaments etc.All this explained to us in pre trip meeting. It was suggested that kids should take €120 for this purpose and perhaps for a cheeky ice cream. That's all mine got and they budgeted it very well... The buffet food in the hotel was apparently not very nice so some of the kids spent some of their money on other bits. That's not teachers fault.. The only complaint i got from my child was that you had to pay for the WiFi in the hotel. We had a very comprehensive pre trip meeting, where loads of questions were fired at the teachers and all seemed to be answered satisfactorily.. am sure we could all find some fault in the trip. I personally would like to thank all the teachers involved for a successful trip[/p][/quote]The trip that I'm talking about has not taken place yet. It is in excess of £1,000 and as I said before does not include food, which the children will be responsible in finding themselves. PeterM
  • Score: -14

3:05pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Elgarcia36 says...

I totally agree with everything that foxtrotoscar007 has written....
The trip you are talking about I would imagine is the New York trip.....personally if you don't think ur child is responsible enough to be able to budget n eat while away on a trip then maybe you shouldn't send them.....
Our children bought their own food for lunch and sometimes dinner as not all food met everyone's standards, but they all managed with what money they had. It's no different then sending them down the high street to buy a piece of fruit and them coming back with macdonalds....every child should be responsible to make the right decisions for them....I'm sure no child would starve on a school trip but it's all bout managing them selves.....to which at this age they should he more than capable of.
I totally agree with everything that foxtrotoscar007 has written.... The trip you are talking about I would imagine is the New York trip.....personally if you don't think ur child is responsible enough to be able to budget n eat while away on a trip then maybe you shouldn't send them..... Our children bought their own food for lunch and sometimes dinner as not all food met everyone's standards, but they all managed with what money they had. It's no different then sending them down the high street to buy a piece of fruit and them coming back with macdonalds....every child should be responsible to make the right decisions for them....I'm sure no child would starve on a school trip but it's all bout managing them selves.....to which at this age they should he more than capable of. Elgarcia36
  • Score: 33

3:34pm Tue 10 Jun 14

foxtrotoscar007 says...

I would have thought flights alone to new York would be nearer£1000. I am sure that what your getting for your money has been all explained to all parents, so you can make an informed choice
I would have thought flights alone to new York would be nearer£1000. I am sure that what your getting for your money has been all explained to all parents, so you can make an informed choice foxtrotoscar007
  • Score: 13

3:42pm Tue 10 Jun 14

foxtrotoscar007 says...

PeterM wrote:
foxtrotoscar007 wrote:
The trip was nearer £700 for a 3 star hotel on half board basis .. That means brekky and evening buffet... No lunch would be provided as kids were going to be out training and playing in tournaments etc.All this explained to us in pre trip meeting. It was suggested that kids should take €120 for this purpose and perhaps for a cheeky ice cream. That's all mine got and they budgeted it very well... The buffet food in the hotel was apparently not very nice so some of the kids spent some of their money on other bits. That's not teachers fault.. The only complaint i got from my child was that you had to pay for the WiFi in the hotel. We had a very comprehensive pre trip meeting, where loads of questions were fired at the teachers and all seemed to be answered satisfactorily.. am sure we could all find some fault in the trip. I personally would like to thank all the teachers involved for a successful trip
The trip that I'm talking about has not taken place yet. It is in excess of £1,000 and as I said before does not include food, which the children will be responsible in finding themselves.
If the food at the recent trip was anything to go by. As a child I would be glad to spend it on food that I like.... I am sure that the teachers offered to look after money for kids to help them budget.
[quote][p][bold]PeterM[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]foxtrotoscar007[/bold] wrote: The trip was nearer £700 for a 3 star hotel on half board basis .. That means brekky and evening buffet... No lunch would be provided as kids were going to be out training and playing in tournaments etc.All this explained to us in pre trip meeting. It was suggested that kids should take €120 for this purpose and perhaps for a cheeky ice cream. That's all mine got and they budgeted it very well... The buffet food in the hotel was apparently not very nice so some of the kids spent some of their money on other bits. That's not teachers fault.. The only complaint i got from my child was that you had to pay for the WiFi in the hotel. We had a very comprehensive pre trip meeting, where loads of questions were fired at the teachers and all seemed to be answered satisfactorily.. am sure we could all find some fault in the trip. I personally would like to thank all the teachers involved for a successful trip[/p][/quote]The trip that I'm talking about has not taken place yet. It is in excess of £1,000 and as I said before does not include food, which the children will be responsible in finding themselves.[/p][/quote]If the food at the recent trip was anything to go by. As a child I would be glad to spend it on food that I like.... I am sure that the teachers offered to look after money for kids to help them budget. foxtrotoscar007
  • Score: 10

3:42pm Tue 10 Jun 14

PeterM says...

foxtrotoscar007 wrote:
I would have thought flights alone to new York would be nearer£1000. I am sure that what your getting for your money has been all explained to all parents, so you can make an informed choice
The cost is one thing, but that's not the main issue here.

It's the fact that the school are not taking their responsibilities seriously and attending to the welfare of the children in a manner that a parent would, i.e. making them buy their own meals.
[quote][p][bold]foxtrotoscar007[/bold] wrote: I would have thought flights alone to new York would be nearer£1000. I am sure that what your getting for your money has been all explained to all parents, so you can make an informed choice[/p][/quote]The cost is one thing, but that's not the main issue here. It's the fact that the school are not taking their responsibilities seriously and attending to the welfare of the children in a manner that a parent would, i.e. making them buy their own meals. PeterM
  • Score: -11

3:56pm Tue 10 Jun 14

thej0k3r says...

Pizza Burger wrote:
Stanley Park always has been the worst secondary school in the borough.

Carshalton Boys has improved immensely over recent years, whilst this school remains a shoddy scandal - despite their beautiful new build.

The news story therefore doesn't come as a shock to me.
It was silly but a good laugh so good on the teachers! Why didn't he hit him back?? Either all need to be fired or none at all! Especially If the one who may be fired didn't even throw the punch...&I physically cannot express to you how much it's changed&how old you are you idiot, used to be the worst but results are getting better and so is overall behaviour so go put your rags you peasant.
[quote][p][bold]Pizza Burger[/bold] wrote: Stanley Park always has been the worst secondary school in the borough. Carshalton Boys has improved immensely over recent years, whilst this school remains a shoddy scandal - despite their beautiful new build. The news story therefore doesn't come as a shock to me.[/p][/quote]It was silly but a good laugh so good on the teachers! Why didn't he hit him back?? Either all need to be fired or none at all! Especially If the one who may be fired didn't even throw the punch...&I physically cannot express to you how much it's changed&how old you are you idiot, used to be the worst but results are getting better and so is overall behaviour so go put your rags you peasant. thej0k3r
  • Score: 4

4:25pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Elgarcia36 says...

This has got nothing to do with the welfare of the kids and if they able to buy their own food....it's to do with a trip where a possible clash of personalities may of alleged happened and a small row between two adults happened, to which I'm lead to believe happened in the middle of the night while the children were sleeping......so ranting on about the cost of food and other school trips and if they are responsible to go n buy food for themselves is irrelevant.....if you not happy with that then simply don't send ur child on the trip......
This has got nothing to do with the welfare of the kids and if they able to buy their own food....it's to do with a trip where a possible clash of personalities may of alleged happened and a small row between two adults happened, to which I'm lead to believe happened in the middle of the night while the children were sleeping......so ranting on about the cost of food and other school trips and if they are responsible to go n buy food for themselves is irrelevant.....if you not happy with that then simply don't send ur child on the trip...... Elgarcia36
  • Score: 12

4:39pm Tue 10 Jun 14

CrazySexyGuy says...

Teachers are underpaid to do an extremely stressful job. Who can blame them for drinking too much and then wanting to hit something?
Teachers are underpaid to do an extremely stressful job. Who can blame them for drinking too much and then wanting to hit something? CrazySexyGuy
  • Score: 13

4:46pm Tue 10 Jun 14

FeliciaTheGoat says...

Will the Sutton Guardian ever post anything positive about Stanley Park? The school is fantastic all the teachers are brilliant. I think that if you ask the students about the teachers there will not be any bad points so Sutton Guardian do one.
Will the Sutton Guardian ever post anything positive about Stanley Park? The school is fantastic all the teachers are brilliant. I think that if you ask the students about the teachers there will not be any bad points so Sutton Guardian do one. FeliciaTheGoat
  • Score: 39

4:47pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Karenjacks says...

There is no excuse for a drunken public brawl especially when representing your country, your school and in a position of responsibility looking after other peoples children. Maybe the rest of the trip was great and a good time had by all, but this is unacceptable. NO EXCUSE! - What an example to set - it must have been viewed by pupils to have been reported. We all hear of school trips where disasters have occurred when the schools have acted responsibly. They are lucky not to be in the news for something far far worse.
There is no excuse for a drunken public brawl especially when representing your country, your school and in a position of responsibility looking after other peoples children. Maybe the rest of the trip was great and a good time had by all, but this is unacceptable. NO EXCUSE! - What an example to set - it must have been viewed by pupils to have been reported. We all hear of school trips where disasters have occurred when the schools have acted responsibly. They are lucky not to be in the news for something far far worse. Karenjacks
  • Score: 6

4:52pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Karenjacks says...

thej0k3r wrote:
Pizza Burger wrote:
Stanley Park always has been the worst secondary school in the borough.

Carshalton Boys has improved immensely over recent years, whilst this school remains a shoddy scandal - despite their beautiful new build.

The news story therefore doesn't come as a shock to me.
It was silly but a good laugh so good on the teachers! Why didn't he hit him back?? Either all need to be fired or none at all! Especially If the one who may be fired didn't even throw the punch...&I physically cannot express to you how much it's changed&how old you are you idiot, used to be the worst but results are getting better and so is overall behaviour so go put your rags you peasant.
theJ0k3r - Just about sums up what is wrong with the school really!
[quote][p][bold]thej0k3r[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pizza Burger[/bold] wrote: Stanley Park always has been the worst secondary school in the borough. Carshalton Boys has improved immensely over recent years, whilst this school remains a shoddy scandal - despite their beautiful new build. The news story therefore doesn't come as a shock to me.[/p][/quote]It was silly but a good laugh so good on the teachers! Why didn't he hit him back?? Either all need to be fired or none at all! Especially If the one who may be fired didn't even throw the punch...&I physically cannot express to you how much it's changed&how old you are you idiot, used to be the worst but results are getting better and so is overall behaviour so go put your rags you peasant.[/p][/quote]theJ0k3r - Just about sums up what is wrong with the school really! Karenjacks
  • Score: -3

4:58pm Tue 10 Jun 14

anonymous44 says...

I'm loving these comments because none of you actually know what happened. It's funny to see you lot making these accusations
I'm loving these comments because none of you actually know what happened. It's funny to see you lot making these accusations anonymous44
  • Score: 29

5:00pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Gill132 says...

My daughter went on this trip and she said it was a great experience there was a meeting before hand to tell parents that there children have to supply their own lunch so we were aware and they gave us a rough amount of how much money they would need, my daughter and her friends managed to budget and make sure they had lunch so I don't see what the problem was,as a parent my daughter has been on a few trips and all of them were great, the teachers still managed to look after the children I don't see the problem I mean looking after 75 students wouldn't be my idea of fun
My daughter went on this trip and she said it was a great experience there was a meeting before hand to tell parents that there children have to supply their own lunch so we were aware and they gave us a rough amount of how much money they would need, my daughter and her friends managed to budget and make sure they had lunch so I don't see what the problem was,as a parent my daughter has been on a few trips and all of them were great, the teachers still managed to look after the children I don't see the problem I mean looking after 75 students wouldn't be my idea of fun Gill132
  • Score: 25

6:03pm Tue 10 Jun 14

thej0k3r says...

Karenjacks wrote:
thej0k3r wrote:
Pizza Burger wrote:
Stanley Park always has been the worst secondary school in the borough.

Carshalton Boys has improved immensely over recent years, whilst this school remains a shoddy scandal - despite their beautiful new build.

The news story therefore doesn't come as a shock to me.
It was silly but a good laugh so good on the teachers! Why didn't he hit him back?? Either all need to be fired or none at all! Especially If the one who may be fired didn't even throw the punch...&I physically cannot express to you how much it's changed&how old you are you idiot, used to be the worst but results are getting better and so is overall behaviour so go put your rags you peasant.
theJ0k3r - Just about sums up what is wrong with the school really!
Could thee get thy's head any further up thy's anal cavity? As a student who isn't exactly a "chav" at Stanley park, you clearly cannot identify the idea of a joke which Is probably only what the teachers wanted when they went out, is thee a teacher? Do you know how stressful it is? Maybe a bit of recreation is what they needed?? I'm year 11&done nearly all my exams&am basically on target to get a minimum of 10 gcses so...all of you are judging them for going out, most people know what's it's like, one drink turns into another&another&anot
her! It amuses Me how these young teachers are being slated to be frank, they're young, they need to learn, give them a chance. Like none of these people were there on the trip, we should give the teachers the chance to explain themselves. Maybe Karen, you&"pizzaburger" (clearly someone whos parents need to be arrested for abuse) shouldn't listen to what they read straight away&should find a bit more out because you can't always believe what was first said. We need to listen what happened from the teachers&the students! Learn thee's place in society.
[quote][p][bold]Karenjacks[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thej0k3r[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pizza Burger[/bold] wrote: Stanley Park always has been the worst secondary school in the borough. Carshalton Boys has improved immensely over recent years, whilst this school remains a shoddy scandal - despite their beautiful new build. The news story therefore doesn't come as a shock to me.[/p][/quote]It was silly but a good laugh so good on the teachers! Why didn't he hit him back?? Either all need to be fired or none at all! Especially If the one who may be fired didn't even throw the punch...&I physically cannot express to you how much it's changed&how old you are you idiot, used to be the worst but results are getting better and so is overall behaviour so go put your rags you peasant.[/p][/quote]theJ0k3r - Just about sums up what is wrong with the school really![/p][/quote]Could thee get thy's head any further up thy's anal cavity? As a student who isn't exactly a "chav" at Stanley park, you clearly cannot identify the idea of a joke which Is probably only what the teachers wanted when they went out, is thee a teacher? Do you know how stressful it is? Maybe a bit of recreation is what they needed?? I'm year 11&done nearly all my exams&am basically on target to get a minimum of 10 gcses so...all of you are judging them for going out, most people know what's it's like, one drink turns into another&another&anot her! It amuses Me how these young teachers are being slated to be frank, they're young, they need to learn, give them a chance. Like none of these people were there on the trip, we should give the teachers the chance to explain themselves. Maybe Karen, you&"pizzaburger" (clearly someone whos parents need to be arrested for abuse) shouldn't listen to what they read straight away&should find a bit more out because you can't always believe what was first said. We need to listen what happened from the teachers&the students! Learn thee's place in society. thej0k3r
  • Score: 4

6:58pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Zuzana L says...

Whilst I still think there is room for plenty of improvement at the relatively new Stanley Park High, this is also the case with the majority of other local comprehensives including the one mentioned in another post. I don't want to get involved in bickering about who's or what school is the best bla bla bla because as we all know only results will show in the long run!
I would say however be very careful with these allegations of ''drunken brawls' and threatening language being exchanged between teachers on the Barcelona trip, because there have been NO allegation or report made to the Police at all. The whole story would appear to be hearsay by the pupils on the trip. I am not suggesting that the teachers concerned should not be spoken to and questioned about any incidents that are suspected to have taken place but this is all the school can do. As there have been no offences recorded unless those involved admit being drunk and in the absence of any victims there is no further investigation for the school , it's Governors or Council to carry out legally.
On the subject of school trips, none of them are compulsory as far as I know and the ones my son has been on seem to have been well organised and reasonably priced. I do think if a teenager cannot understand how to hold back enough money to feed him or herself from their spending money, it is extremely sad and not really a reflection on the school but the child's upbringing.
Whilst I still think there is room for plenty of improvement at the relatively new Stanley Park High, this is also the case with the majority of other local comprehensives including the one mentioned in another post. I don't want to get involved in bickering about who's or what school is the best bla bla bla because as we all know only results will show in the long run! I would say however be very careful with these allegations of ''drunken brawls' and threatening language being exchanged between teachers on the Barcelona trip, because there have been NO allegation or report made to the Police at all. The whole story would appear to be hearsay by the pupils on the trip. I am not suggesting that the teachers concerned should not be spoken to and questioned about any incidents that are suspected to have taken place but this is all the school can do. As there have been no offences recorded unless those involved admit being drunk and in the absence of any victims there is no further investigation for the school , it's Governors or Council to carry out legally. On the subject of school trips, none of them are compulsory as far as I know and the ones my son has been on seem to have been well organised and reasonably priced. I do think if a teenager cannot understand how to hold back enough money to feed him or herself from their spending money, it is extremely sad and not really a reflection on the school but the child's upbringing. Zuzana L
  • Score: 29

7:31pm Tue 10 Jun 14

SPHSanonymous says...

Absolutely disgraceful. Not a good example for the students. Get out
Absolutely disgraceful. Not a good example for the students. Get out SPHSanonymous
  • Score: -10

8:29pm Tue 10 Jun 14

cfc241974 says...

thej0k3r wrote:
Karenjacks wrote:
thej0k3r wrote:
Pizza Burger wrote:
Stanley Park always has been the worst secondary school in the borough.

Carshalton Boys has improved immensely over recent years, whilst this school remains a shoddy scandal - despite their beautiful new build.

The news story therefore doesn't come as a shock to me.It was silly but a good laugh so good on the teachers! Why didn't he hit him back?? Either all need to be fired or none at all! Especially If the one who may be fired didn't even throw the punch...&I physically cannot express to you how much it's changed&how old you are you idiot, used to be the worst but results are getting better and so is overall behaviour so go put your rags you peasant.theJ0k3r - Just about sums up what is wrong with the school really!Could thee get thy's head any further up thy's anal cavity? As a student who isn't exactly a "chavWhen your doing your exams,remember to read the question twice.Also remember to read what you have written.SHOCKING.
[quote][p][bold]thej0k3r[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Karenjacks[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thej0k3r[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pizza Burger[/bold] wrote: Stanley Park always has been the worst secondary school in the borough. Carshalton Boys has improved immensely over recent years, whilst this school remains a shoddy scandal - despite their beautiful new build. The news story therefore doesn't come as a shock to me.[/p][/quote]It was silly but a good laugh so good on the teachers! Why didn't he hit him back?? Either all need to be fired or none at all! Especially If the one who may be fired didn't even throw the punch...&I physically cannot express to you how much it's changed&how old you are you idiot, used to be the worst but results are getting better and so is overall behaviour so go put your rags you peasant.[/p][/quote]theJ0k3r - Just about sums up what is wrong with the school really![/p][/quote]Could thee get thy's head any further up thy's anal cavity? As a student who isn't exactly a "chavWhen your doing your exams,remember to read the question twice.Also remember to read what you have written.SHOCKING. cfc241974
  • Score: 1

8:40pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Batmann says...

thej0k3r wrote:
Karenjacks wrote:
thej0k3r wrote:
Pizza Burger wrote:
Stanley Park always has been the worst secondary school in the borough.

Carshalton Boys has improved immensely over recent years, whilst this school remains a shoddy scandal - despite their beautiful new build.

The news story therefore doesn't come as a shock to me.
It was silly but a good laugh so good on the teachers! Why didn't he hit him back?? Either all need to be fired or none at all! Especially If the one who may be fired didn't even throw the punch...&I physically cannot express to you how much it's changed&how old you are you idiot, used to be the worst but results are getting better and so is overall behaviour so go put your rags you peasant.
theJ0k3r - Just about sums up what is wrong with the school really!
Could thee get thy's head any further up thy's anal cavity? As a student who isn't exactly a "chav" at Stanley park, you clearly cannot identify the idea of a joke which Is probably only what the teachers wanted when they went out, is thee a teacher? Do you know how stressful it is? Maybe a bit of recreation is what they needed?? I'm year 11&done nearly all my exams&am basically on target to get a minimum of 10 gcses so...all of you are judging them for going out, most people know what's it's like, one drink turns into another&another&
amp;anot
her! It amuses Me how these young teachers are being slated to be frank, they're young, they need to learn, give them a chance. Like none of these people were there on the trip, we should give the teachers the chance to explain themselves. Maybe Karen, you&"pizzaburger
" (clearly someone whos parents need to be arrested for abuse) shouldn't listen to what they read straight away&should find a bit more out because you can't always believe what was first said. We need to listen what happened from the teachers&the students! Learn thee's place in society.
Dear, thejoker, as a student at a local school I find it extremely photosynthesis of you to assume that you aren't a chav as I can assure you, you are. Stanley park is full of criminals and apples.
I have taken it very endothermic of you to insult others at my school.
Yours sincerely, me.
[quote][p][bold]thej0k3r[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Karenjacks[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thej0k3r[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pizza Burger[/bold] wrote: Stanley Park always has been the worst secondary school in the borough. Carshalton Boys has improved immensely over recent years, whilst this school remains a shoddy scandal - despite their beautiful new build. The news story therefore doesn't come as a shock to me.[/p][/quote]It was silly but a good laugh so good on the teachers! Why didn't he hit him back?? Either all need to be fired or none at all! Especially If the one who may be fired didn't even throw the punch...&I physically cannot express to you how much it's changed&how old you are you idiot, used to be the worst but results are getting better and so is overall behaviour so go put your rags you peasant.[/p][/quote]theJ0k3r - Just about sums up what is wrong with the school really![/p][/quote]Could thee get thy's head any further up thy's anal cavity? As a student who isn't exactly a "chav" at Stanley park, you clearly cannot identify the idea of a joke which Is probably only what the teachers wanted when they went out, is thee a teacher? Do you know how stressful it is? Maybe a bit of recreation is what they needed?? I'm year 11&done nearly all my exams&am basically on target to get a minimum of 10 gcses so...all of you are judging them for going out, most people know what's it's like, one drink turns into another&another& amp;anot her! It amuses Me how these young teachers are being slated to be frank, they're young, they need to learn, give them a chance. Like none of these people were there on the trip, we should give the teachers the chance to explain themselves. Maybe Karen, you&"pizzaburger " (clearly someone whos parents need to be arrested for abuse) shouldn't listen to what they read straight away&should find a bit more out because you can't always believe what was first said. We need to listen what happened from the teachers&the students! Learn thee's place in society.[/p][/quote]Dear, thejoker, as a student at a local school I find it extremely photosynthesis of you to assume that you aren't a chav as I can assure you, you are. Stanley park is full of criminals and apples. I have taken it very endothermic of you to insult others at my school. Yours sincerely, me. Batmann
  • Score: 0

8:48pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Noddyblanket says...

labyrinth wrote:
Noddyblanket wrote:
PeterM wrote:
This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food.

The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner?

I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny.
Wow! I'd be expecting 5* luxury for that... and responsible adults with them as well!
Of course teachers do not pay - you try looking after a bunch of teenagers on a trip abroad! I would need to be paid extra to do it.
True... Can almost see why they needed one glass too many. NOT
[quote][p][bold]labyrinth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Noddyblanket[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PeterM[/bold] wrote: This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food. The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner? I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny.[/p][/quote]Wow! I'd be expecting 5* luxury for that... and responsible adults with them as well![/p][/quote]Of course teachers do not pay - you try looking after a bunch of teenagers on a trip abroad! I would need to be paid extra to do it.[/p][/quote]True... Can almost see why they needed one glass too many. NOT Noddyblanket
  • Score: -7

8:51pm Tue 10 Jun 14

thej0k3r says...

Batmann wrote:
thej0k3r wrote:
Karenjacks wrote:
thej0k3r wrote:
Pizza Burger wrote:
Stanley Park always has been the worst secondary school in the borough.

Carshalton Boys has improved immensely over recent years, whilst this school remains a shoddy scandal - despite their beautiful new build.

The news story therefore doesn't come as a shock to me.
It was silly but a good laugh so good on the teachers! Why didn't he hit him back?? Either all need to be fired or none at all! Especially If the one who may be fired didn't even throw the punch...&I physically cannot express to you how much it's changed&how old you are you idiot, used to be the worst but results are getting better and so is overall behaviour so go put your rags you peasant.
theJ0k3r - Just about sums up what is wrong with the school really!
Could thee get thy's head any further up thy's anal cavity? As a student who isn't exactly a "chav" at Stanley park, you clearly cannot identify the idea of a joke which Is probably only what the teachers wanted when they went out, is thee a teacher? Do you know how stressful it is? Maybe a bit of recreation is what they needed?? I'm year 11&done nearly all my exams&am basically on target to get a minimum of 10 gcses so...all of you are judging them for going out, most people know what's it's like, one drink turns into another&another&
amp;
amp;anot
her! It amuses Me how these young teachers are being slated to be frank, they're young, they need to learn, give them a chance. Like none of these people were there on the trip, we should give the teachers the chance to explain themselves. Maybe Karen, you&"pizzaburger

" (clearly someone whos parents need to be arrested for abuse) shouldn't listen to what they read straight away&should find a bit more out because you can't always believe what was first said. We need to listen what happened from the teachers&the students! Learn thee's place in society.
Dear, thejoker, as a student at a local school I find it extremely photosynthesis of you to assume that you aren't a chav as I can assure you, you are. Stanley park is full of criminals and apples.
I have taken it very endothermic of you to insult others at my school.
Yours sincerely, me.
Dear Batmann, we meet again, "let me put a smile on that face" because "I thought my jokes were bad." I think that you merely forget your upbringing in the local area such as the local estate. Please refrain from contacting me or "there will be consequences" and you remember what I did in the dark knight...
[quote][p][bold]Batmann[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thej0k3r[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Karenjacks[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thej0k3r[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pizza Burger[/bold] wrote: Stanley Park always has been the worst secondary school in the borough. Carshalton Boys has improved immensely over recent years, whilst this school remains a shoddy scandal - despite their beautiful new build. The news story therefore doesn't come as a shock to me.[/p][/quote]It was silly but a good laugh so good on the teachers! Why didn't he hit him back?? Either all need to be fired or none at all! Especially If the one who may be fired didn't even throw the punch...&I physically cannot express to you how much it's changed&how old you are you idiot, used to be the worst but results are getting better and so is overall behaviour so go put your rags you peasant.[/p][/quote]theJ0k3r - Just about sums up what is wrong with the school really![/p][/quote]Could thee get thy's head any further up thy's anal cavity? As a student who isn't exactly a "chav" at Stanley park, you clearly cannot identify the idea of a joke which Is probably only what the teachers wanted when they went out, is thee a teacher? Do you know how stressful it is? Maybe a bit of recreation is what they needed?? I'm year 11&done nearly all my exams&am basically on target to get a minimum of 10 gcses so...all of you are judging them for going out, most people know what's it's like, one drink turns into another&another& amp; amp;anot her! It amuses Me how these young teachers are being slated to be frank, they're young, they need to learn, give them a chance. Like none of these people were there on the trip, we should give the teachers the chance to explain themselves. Maybe Karen, you&"pizzaburger " (clearly someone whos parents need to be arrested for abuse) shouldn't listen to what they read straight away&should find a bit more out because you can't always believe what was first said. We need to listen what happened from the teachers&the students! Learn thee's place in society.[/p][/quote]Dear, thejoker, as a student at a local school I find it extremely photosynthesis of you to assume that you aren't a chav as I can assure you, you are. Stanley park is full of criminals and apples. I have taken it very endothermic of you to insult others at my school. Yours sincerely, me.[/p][/quote]Dear Batmann, we meet again, "let me put a smile on that face" because "I thought my jokes were bad." I think that you merely forget your upbringing in the local area such as the local estate. Please refrain from contacting me or "there will be consequences" and you remember what I did in the dark knight... thej0k3r
  • Score: 6

8:58pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Batmann says...

thej0k3r wrote:
Batmann wrote:
thej0k3r wrote:
Karenjacks wrote:
thej0k3r wrote:
Pizza Burger wrote:
Stanley Park always has been the worst secondary school in the borough.

Carshalton Boys has improved immensely over recent years, whilst this school remains a shoddy scandal - despite their beautiful new build.

The news story therefore doesn't come as a shock to me.
It was silly but a good laugh so good on the teachers! Why didn't he hit him back?? Either all need to be fired or none at all! Especially If the one who may be fired didn't even throw the punch...&I physically cannot express to you how much it's changed&how old you are you idiot, used to be the worst but results are getting better and so is overall behaviour so go put your rags you peasant.
theJ0k3r - Just about sums up what is wrong with the school really!
Could thee get thy's head any further up thy's anal cavity? As a student who isn't exactly a "chav" at Stanley park, you clearly cannot identify the idea of a joke which Is probably only what the teachers wanted when they went out, is thee a teacher? Do you know how stressful it is? Maybe a bit of recreation is what they needed?? I'm year 11&done nearly all my exams&am basically on target to get a minimum of 10 gcses so...all of you are judging them for going out, most people know what's it's like, one drink turns into another&another&
amp;
amp;
amp;anot
her! It amuses Me how these young teachers are being slated to be frank, they're young, they need to learn, give them a chance. Like none of these people were there on the trip, we should give the teachers the chance to explain themselves. Maybe Karen, you&"pizzaburger


" (clearly someone whos parents need to be arrested for abuse) shouldn't listen to what they read straight away&should find a bit more out because you can't always believe what was first said. We need to listen what happened from the teachers&the students! Learn thee's place in society.
Dear, thejoker, as a student at a local school I find it extremely photosynthesis of you to assume that you aren't a chav as I can assure you, you are. Stanley park is full of criminals and apples.
I have taken it very endothermic of you to insult others at my school.
Yours sincerely, me.
Dear Batmann, we meet again, "let me put a smile on that face" because "I thought my jokes were bad." I think that you merely forget your upbringing in the local area such as the local estate. Please refrain from contacting me or "there will be consequences" and you remember what I did in the dark knight...
STOP SINGING! Well, it's no wonder you don't have any friends.


-Shrek from Shrek the first.
[quote][p][bold]thej0k3r[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Batmann[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thej0k3r[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Karenjacks[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thej0k3r[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pizza Burger[/bold] wrote: Stanley Park always has been the worst secondary school in the borough. Carshalton Boys has improved immensely over recent years, whilst this school remains a shoddy scandal - despite their beautiful new build. The news story therefore doesn't come as a shock to me.[/p][/quote]It was silly but a good laugh so good on the teachers! Why didn't he hit him back?? Either all need to be fired or none at all! Especially If the one who may be fired didn't even throw the punch...&I physically cannot express to you how much it's changed&how old you are you idiot, used to be the worst but results are getting better and so is overall behaviour so go put your rags you peasant.[/p][/quote]theJ0k3r - Just about sums up what is wrong with the school really![/p][/quote]Could thee get thy's head any further up thy's anal cavity? As a student who isn't exactly a "chav" at Stanley park, you clearly cannot identify the idea of a joke which Is probably only what the teachers wanted when they went out, is thee a teacher? Do you know how stressful it is? Maybe a bit of recreation is what they needed?? I'm year 11&done nearly all my exams&am basically on target to get a minimum of 10 gcses so...all of you are judging them for going out, most people know what's it's like, one drink turns into another&another& amp; amp; amp;anot her! It amuses Me how these young teachers are being slated to be frank, they're young, they need to learn, give them a chance. Like none of these people were there on the trip, we should give the teachers the chance to explain themselves. Maybe Karen, you&"pizzaburger " (clearly someone whos parents need to be arrested for abuse) shouldn't listen to what they read straight away&should find a bit more out because you can't always believe what was first said. We need to listen what happened from the teachers&the students! Learn thee's place in society.[/p][/quote]Dear, thejoker, as a student at a local school I find it extremely photosynthesis of you to assume that you aren't a chav as I can assure you, you are. Stanley park is full of criminals and apples. I have taken it very endothermic of you to insult others at my school. Yours sincerely, me.[/p][/quote]Dear Batmann, we meet again, "let me put a smile on that face" because "I thought my jokes were bad." I think that you merely forget your upbringing in the local area such as the local estate. Please refrain from contacting me or "there will be consequences" and you remember what I did in the dark knight...[/p][/quote]STOP SINGING! Well, it's no wonder you don't have any friends. -Shrek from Shrek the first. Batmann
  • Score: 2

9:03pm Tue 10 Jun 14

Batmann says...

Noddyblanket wrote:
labyrinth wrote:
Noddyblanket wrote:
PeterM wrote:
This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food.

The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner?

I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny.
Wow! I'd be expecting 5* luxury for that... and responsible adults with them as well!
Of course teachers do not pay - you try looking after a bunch of teenagers on a trip abroad! I would need to be paid extra to do it.
True... Can almost see why they needed one glass too many. NOT
Scrape out, you weren't there so don't base your opinion on one side of the story, I, sure they could survive an evening without adults unless you expect them to be kept on leashes like thejoker is.
You're irrelevant to the story so go back to your little life
[quote][p][bold]Noddyblanket[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]labyrinth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Noddyblanket[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PeterM[/bold] wrote: This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food. The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner? I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny.[/p][/quote]Wow! I'd be expecting 5* luxury for that... and responsible adults with them as well![/p][/quote]Of course teachers do not pay - you try looking after a bunch of teenagers on a trip abroad! I would need to be paid extra to do it.[/p][/quote]True... Can almost see why they needed one glass too many. NOT[/p][/quote]Scrape out, you weren't there so don't base your opinion on one side of the story, I, sure they could survive an evening without adults unless you expect them to be kept on leashes like thejoker is. You're irrelevant to the story so go back to your little life Batmann
  • Score: 4

9:52pm Tue 10 Jun 14

foxtrotoscar007 says...

Karenjacks wrote:
There is no excuse for a drunken public brawl especially when representing your country, your school and in a position of responsibility looking after other peoples children. Maybe the rest of the trip was great and a good time had by all, but this is unacceptable. NO EXCUSE! - What an example to set - it must have been viewed by pupils to have been reported. We all hear of school trips where disasters have occurred when the schools have acted responsibly. They are lucky not to be in the news for something far far worse.
There were 7 teachers on that trip. Only 2 were caught up in incident, which also took place e in the teachers room, Which happened in early hours of morning. Kids all in bedrooms. Probably a sleep. No kids were put at risk during the main of this pathetic, blown up all out of proportion incident.... Hope the parents are happy now..school is going to be in chaos for a time, with the national press hanging around outside school during GCSE time.. Nice one. Well thought through
[quote][p][bold]Karenjacks[/bold] wrote: There is no excuse for a drunken public brawl especially when representing your country, your school and in a position of responsibility looking after other peoples children. Maybe the rest of the trip was great and a good time had by all, but this is unacceptable. NO EXCUSE! - What an example to set - it must have been viewed by pupils to have been reported. We all hear of school trips where disasters have occurred when the schools have acted responsibly. They are lucky not to be in the news for something far far worse.[/p][/quote]There were 7 teachers on that trip. Only 2 were caught up in incident, which also took place e in the teachers room, Which happened in early hours of morning. Kids all in bedrooms. Probably a sleep. No kids were put at risk during the main of this pathetic, blown up all out of proportion incident.... Hope the parents are happy now..school is going to be in chaos for a time, with the national press hanging around outside school during GCSE time.. Nice one. Well thought through foxtrotoscar007
  • Score: 24

10:48pm Tue 10 Jun 14

thej0k3r says...

cfc241974 wrote:
thej0k3r wrote:
Karenjacks wrote:
thej0k3r wrote:
Pizza Burger wrote:
Stanley Park always has been the worst secondary school in the borough.

Carshalton Boys has improved immensely over recent years, whilst this school remains a shoddy scandal - despite their beautiful new build.

The news story therefore doesn't come as a shock to me.It was silly but a good laugh so good on the teachers! Why didn't he hit him back?? Either all need to be fired or none at all! Especially If the one who may be fired didn't even throw the punch...&I physically cannot express to you how much it's changed&how old you are you idiot, used to be the worst but results are getting better and so is overall behaviour so go put your rags you peasant.theJ0k3r - Just about sums up what is wrong with the school really!Could thee get thy's head any further up thy's anal cavity? As a student who isn't exactly a "chavWhen your doing your exams,remember to read the question twice.Also remember to read what you have written.SHOCKING.I apologise, my Shakespearean isnt great, wasn't born in that era so I do not really speak it well, maybe you could teach me?
[quote][p][bold]cfc241974[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thej0k3r[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Karenjacks[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thej0k3r[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pizza Burger[/bold] wrote: Stanley Park always has been the worst secondary school in the borough. Carshalton Boys has improved immensely over recent years, whilst this school remains a shoddy scandal - despite their beautiful new build. The news story therefore doesn't come as a shock to me.[/p][/quote]It was silly but a good laugh so good on the teachers! Why didn't he hit him back?? Either all need to be fired or none at all! Especially If the one who may be fired didn't even throw the punch...&I physically cannot express to you how much it's changed&how old you are you idiot, used to be the worst but results are getting better and so is overall behaviour so go put your rags you peasant.[/p][/quote]theJ0k3r - Just about sums up what is wrong with the school really![/p][/quote]Could thee get thy's head any further up thy's anal cavity? As a student who isn't exactly a "chavWhen your doing your exams,remember to read the question twice.Also remember to read what you have written.SHOCKING.[/p][/quote]I apologise, my Shakespearean isnt great, wasn't born in that era so I do not really speak it well, maybe you could teach me? thej0k3r
  • Score: 3

10:50pm Tue 10 Jun 14

thej0k3r says...

Batmann wrote:
Noddyblanket wrote:
labyrinth wrote:
Noddyblanket wrote:
PeterM wrote:
This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food.

The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner?

I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny.
Wow! I'd be expecting 5* luxury for that... and responsible adults with them as well!
Of course teachers do not pay - you try looking after a bunch of teenagers on a trip abroad! I would need to be paid extra to do it.
True... Can almost see why they needed one glass too many. NOT
Scrape out, you weren't there so don't base your opinion on one side of the story, I, sure they could survive an evening without adults unless you expect them to be kept on leashes like thejoker is.
You're irrelevant to the story so go back to your little life
Yeah scrape out you little irrelevant beings
[quote][p][bold]Batmann[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Noddyblanket[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]labyrinth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Noddyblanket[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PeterM[/bold] wrote: This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food. The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner? I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny.[/p][/quote]Wow! I'd be expecting 5* luxury for that... and responsible adults with them as well![/p][/quote]Of course teachers do not pay - you try looking after a bunch of teenagers on a trip abroad! I would need to be paid extra to do it.[/p][/quote]True... Can almost see why they needed one glass too many. NOT[/p][/quote]Scrape out, you weren't there so don't base your opinion on one side of the story, I, sure they could survive an evening without adults unless you expect them to be kept on leashes like thejoker is. You're irrelevant to the story so go back to your little life[/p][/quote]Yeah scrape out you little irrelevant beings thej0k3r
  • Score: 0

10:53pm Tue 10 Jun 14

janetH1970 says...

foxtrotoscar007 wrote:
Karenjacks wrote:
There is no excuse for a drunken public brawl especially when representing your country, your school and in a position of responsibility looking after other peoples children. Maybe the rest of the trip was great and a good time had by all, but this is unacceptable. NO EXCUSE! - What an example to set - it must have been viewed by pupils to have been reported. We all hear of school trips where disasters have occurred when the schools have acted responsibly. They are lucky not to be in the news for something far far worse.
There were 7 teachers on that trip. Only 2 were caught up in incident, which also took place e in the teachers room, Which happened in early hours of morning. Kids all in bedrooms. Probably a sleep. No kids were put at risk during the main of this pathetic, blown up all out of proportion incident.... Hope the parents are happy now..school is going to be in chaos for a time, with the national press hanging around outside school during GCSE time.. Nice one. Well thought through
My child went on this trip was not disturbed or scared by this incident just some stupid parent not thinking about the consequences of their actions what effect this will have on the school that OUR children go to. My son had a fab time. I personally have never had any problems with the school and both my kids are doing really well there.
[quote][p][bold]foxtrotoscar007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Karenjacks[/bold] wrote: There is no excuse for a drunken public brawl especially when representing your country, your school and in a position of responsibility looking after other peoples children. Maybe the rest of the trip was great and a good time had by all, but this is unacceptable. NO EXCUSE! - What an example to set - it must have been viewed by pupils to have been reported. We all hear of school trips where disasters have occurred when the schools have acted responsibly. They are lucky not to be in the news for something far far worse.[/p][/quote]There were 7 teachers on that trip. Only 2 were caught up in incident, which also took place e in the teachers room, Which happened in early hours of morning. Kids all in bedrooms. Probably a sleep. No kids were put at risk during the main of this pathetic, blown up all out of proportion incident.... Hope the parents are happy now..school is going to be in chaos for a time, with the national press hanging around outside school during GCSE time.. Nice one. Well thought through[/p][/quote]My child went on this trip was not disturbed or scared by this incident just some stupid parent not thinking about the consequences of their actions what effect this will have on the school that OUR children go to. My son had a fab time. I personally have never had any problems with the school and both my kids are doing really well there. janetH1970
  • Score: 23

11:09pm Tue 10 Jun 14

janetH1970 says...

foxtrotoscar007 wrote:
Karenjacks wrote:
There is no excuse for a drunken public brawl especially when representing your country, your school and in a position of responsibility looking after other peoples children. Maybe the rest of the trip was great and a good time had by all, but this is unacceptable. NO EXCUSE! - What an example to set - it must have been viewed by pupils to have been reported. We all hear of school trips where disasters have occurred when the schools have acted responsibly. They are lucky not to be in the news for something far far worse.
There were 7 teachers on that trip. Only 2 were caught up in incident, which also took place e in the teachers room, Which happened in early hours of morning. Kids all in bedrooms. Probably a sleep. No kids were put at risk during the main of this pathetic, blown up all out of proportion incident.... Hope the parents are happy now..school is going to be in chaos for a time, with the national press hanging around outside school during GCSE time.. Nice one. Well thought through
My Child went on this trip had a fab time and came back in one piece - the children on the trip that were disturbed and scared by "shouting and rude name calling" maybe shouldn't of been there!!!! whole incident blown out of proportion.....
[quote][p][bold]foxtrotoscar007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Karenjacks[/bold] wrote: There is no excuse for a drunken public brawl especially when representing your country, your school and in a position of responsibility looking after other peoples children. Maybe the rest of the trip was great and a good time had by all, but this is unacceptable. NO EXCUSE! - What an example to set - it must have been viewed by pupils to have been reported. We all hear of school trips where disasters have occurred when the schools have acted responsibly. They are lucky not to be in the news for something far far worse.[/p][/quote]There were 7 teachers on that trip. Only 2 were caught up in incident, which also took place e in the teachers room, Which happened in early hours of morning. Kids all in bedrooms. Probably a sleep. No kids were put at risk during the main of this pathetic, blown up all out of proportion incident.... Hope the parents are happy now..school is going to be in chaos for a time, with the national press hanging around outside school during GCSE time.. Nice one. Well thought through[/p][/quote]My Child went on this trip had a fab time and came back in one piece - the children on the trip that were disturbed and scared by "shouting and rude name calling" maybe shouldn't of been there!!!! whole incident blown out of proportion..... janetH1970
  • Score: 19

11:34pm Tue 10 Jun 14

anonymous55 says...

All of these comments slating the school are very unnecessary seeing as most of you are probably just going by what media tells you and have no experience of the school itself. As a student of the school, these comments are ridiculous. My experience of the school has been good and I have no complaints. All trips are offered to students and none are compulsory, therefore a student and their parents can decide if they believe a trip is worth the money that they would be paying for it. The behaviour and grades are improving with the help of the head teacher and overall as a school it is getting better. It's just a shame that the only news that gets reported express negative views about the school.
All of these comments slating the school are very unnecessary seeing as most of you are probably just going by what media tells you and have no experience of the school itself. As a student of the school, these comments are ridiculous. My experience of the school has been good and I have no complaints. All trips are offered to students and none are compulsory, therefore a student and their parents can decide if they believe a trip is worth the money that they would be paying for it. The behaviour and grades are improving with the help of the head teacher and overall as a school it is getting better. It's just a shame that the only news that gets reported express negative views about the school. anonymous55
  • Score: 34

11:53pm Tue 10 Jun 14

rhyzking says...

PeterM wrote:
This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food.

The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner?

I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny.
My old school Wimbledon college i left two years ago charged lots of money for trips and i was never allowed to go on them because i was in the class below the top and i was in the different half.i only went on one trip with that school and it was my last year. must of been over 10 i wasn't allowed to go on they even built the priests a mansion down the hill from the school and said they never have any money.
[quote][p][bold]PeterM[/bold] wrote: This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food. The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner? I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny.[/p][/quote]My old school Wimbledon college i left two years ago charged lots of money for trips and i was never allowed to go on them because i was in the class below the top and i was in the different half.i only went on one trip with that school and it was my last year. must of been over 10 i wasn't allowed to go on they even built the priests a mansion down the hill from the school and said they never have any money. rhyzking
  • Score: 0

12:47am Wed 11 Jun 14

Elgarcia36 says...

I just hope that the parent who brought all this rubbish to the press, knows what damage they have done, not only to the school but the students aswell.......I hope it was worth it....and maybe if they feel so strongly about the school then send their child somewhere else!!!!!
This is so unnecessary and was being dealt with......well done whoever you are, hope ur proud of your self.....
I just hope that the parent who brought all this rubbish to the press, knows what damage they have done, not only to the school but the students aswell.......I hope it was worth it....and maybe if they feel so strongly about the school then send their child somewhere else!!!!! This is so unnecessary and was being dealt with......well done whoever you are, hope ur proud of your self..... Elgarcia36
  • Score: 30

9:06am Wed 11 Jun 14

PeterM says...

Elgarcia36 wrote:
I just hope that the parent who brought all this rubbish to the press, knows what damage they have done, not only to the school but the students aswell.......I hope it was worth it....and maybe if they feel so strongly about the school then send their child somewhere else!!!!!
This is so unnecessary and was being dealt with......well done whoever you are, hope ur proud of your self.....
So you're saying that this should have been kept quiet and brushed under the carpet, so that nobody knew about it? How many other incidents like this have occurred? Two, three, three dozen?

Not only does it appear that at least two teachers, who were supposed to be In Loco Parentis, got completely inebriated and ended up brawling, it seems that others also got drunk and were nowhere to be found so that a child that was desperately in need of their medication had to go without.

A leopard can never change its spots.
[quote][p][bold]Elgarcia36[/bold] wrote: I just hope that the parent who brought all this rubbish to the press, knows what damage they have done, not only to the school but the students aswell.......I hope it was worth it....and maybe if they feel so strongly about the school then send their child somewhere else!!!!! This is so unnecessary and was being dealt with......well done whoever you are, hope ur proud of your self.....[/p][/quote]So you're saying that this should have been kept quiet and brushed under the carpet, so that nobody knew about it? How many other incidents like this have occurred? Two, three, three dozen? Not only does it appear that at least two teachers, who were supposed to be In Loco Parentis, got completely inebriated and ended up brawling, it seems that others also got drunk and were nowhere to be found so that a child that was desperately in need of their medication had to go without. A leopard can never change its spots. PeterM
  • Score: -4

9:17am Wed 11 Jun 14

Pizza Burger says...

Wow, this has turned out to become an intense debate - with my rant being quoted on several occasions (impressive accomplishment).

Maybe Stanley Park is a good school, I don't know. I've heard it's **** from different sources but I won't judge...I go to a totally different school some miles away.

Would talk more but, terribly unfortunately, I have a Philosophy GCSE exam or start revising for (God, I only have a few hours left - how majorly grim)...
Wow, this has turned out to become an intense debate - with my rant being quoted on several occasions (impressive accomplishment). Maybe Stanley Park is a good school, I don't know. I've heard it's **** from different sources but I won't judge...I go to a totally different school some miles away. Would talk more but, terribly unfortunately, I have a Philosophy GCSE exam or start revising for (God, I only have a few hours left - how majorly grim)... Pizza Burger
  • Score: -4

9:34am Wed 11 Jun 14

foxtrotoscar007 says...

PeterM wrote:
Elgarcia36 wrote:
I just hope that the parent who brought all this rubbish to the press, knows what damage they have done, not only to the school but the students aswell.......I hope it was worth it....and maybe if they feel so strongly about the school then send their child somewhere else!!!!!
This is so unnecessary and was being dealt with......well done whoever you are, hope ur proud of your self.....
So you're saying that this should have been kept quiet and brushed under the carpet, so that nobody knew about it? How many other incidents like this have occurred? Two, three, three dozen?

Not only does it appear that at least two teachers, who were supposed to be In Loco Parentis, got completely inebriated and ended up brawling, it seems that others also got drunk and were nowhere to be found so that a child that was desperately in need of their medication had to go without.

A leopard can never change its spots.
Wrong... Incident where child was looking for teachers was not at the same time as alleged incident. Get your facts right.
[quote][p][bold]PeterM[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Elgarcia36[/bold] wrote: I just hope that the parent who brought all this rubbish to the press, knows what damage they have done, not only to the school but the students aswell.......I hope it was worth it....and maybe if they feel so strongly about the school then send their child somewhere else!!!!! This is so unnecessary and was being dealt with......well done whoever you are, hope ur proud of your self.....[/p][/quote]So you're saying that this should have been kept quiet and brushed under the carpet, so that nobody knew about it? How many other incidents like this have occurred? Two, three, three dozen? Not only does it appear that at least two teachers, who were supposed to be In Loco Parentis, got completely inebriated and ended up brawling, it seems that others also got drunk and were nowhere to be found so that a child that was desperately in need of their medication had to go without. A leopard can never change its spots.[/p][/quote]Wrong... Incident where child was looking for teachers was not at the same time as alleged incident. Get your facts right. foxtrotoscar007
  • Score: 5

9:42am Wed 11 Jun 14

PeterM says...

foxtrotoscar007 wrote:
PeterM wrote:
Elgarcia36 wrote:
I just hope that the parent who brought all this rubbish to the press, knows what damage they have done, not only to the school but the students aswell.......I hope it was worth it....and maybe if they feel so strongly about the school then send their child somewhere else!!!!!
This is so unnecessary and was being dealt with......well done whoever you are, hope ur proud of your self.....
So you're saying that this should have been kept quiet and brushed under the carpet, so that nobody knew about it? How many other incidents like this have occurred? Two, three, three dozen?

Not only does it appear that at least two teachers, who were supposed to be In Loco Parentis, got completely inebriated and ended up brawling, it seems that others also got drunk and were nowhere to be found so that a child that was desperately in need of their medication had to go without.

A leopard can never change its spots.
Wrong... Incident where child was looking for teachers was not at the same time as alleged incident. Get your facts right.
Read it again, did I say that it happened at the same time?

NO I did not.
[quote][p][bold]foxtrotoscar007[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PeterM[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Elgarcia36[/bold] wrote: I just hope that the parent who brought all this rubbish to the press, knows what damage they have done, not only to the school but the students aswell.......I hope it was worth it....and maybe if they feel so strongly about the school then send their child somewhere else!!!!! This is so unnecessary and was being dealt with......well done whoever you are, hope ur proud of your self.....[/p][/quote]So you're saying that this should have been kept quiet and brushed under the carpet, so that nobody knew about it? How many other incidents like this have occurred? Two, three, three dozen? Not only does it appear that at least two teachers, who were supposed to be In Loco Parentis, got completely inebriated and ended up brawling, it seems that others also got drunk and were nowhere to be found so that a child that was desperately in need of their medication had to go without. A leopard can never change its spots.[/p][/quote]Wrong... Incident where child was looking for teachers was not at the same time as alleged incident. Get your facts right.[/p][/quote]Read it again, did I say that it happened at the same time? NO I did not. PeterM
  • Score: 1

9:44am Wed 11 Jun 14

student102 says...

After reading all these ridicules comments about my school I wanted to
give you an insight of what really goes on... such as trips that have
previously happened such as the America trip that was £1,200 which
involved travelling around America and the students then had to budget
for their own food which they were told before the trip meaning that
they could choose if they wanted to and they all survived. This incident about the teachers
has all been blown out of proportion as I have been at Stanley Park
for nearly 6 years and have had no problems with any teachers they are brilliant. I
think you shouldn't judge a book by its cover before finding out
what's inside. In my experience at the school it has improved in all
areas and the person that are saying all these accusations about these
teachers should understand how you have affected the students at the
school at their important time of GCSE's and A levels. You slate off
our school then our school community will deafened it every step of
the way.
After reading all these ridicules comments about my school I wanted to give you an insight of what really goes on... such as trips that have previously happened such as the America trip that was £1,200 which involved travelling around America and the students then had to budget for their own food which they were told before the trip meaning that they could choose if they wanted to and they all survived. This incident about the teachers has all been blown out of proportion as I have been at Stanley Park for nearly 6 years and have had no problems with any teachers they are brilliant. I think you shouldn't judge a book by its cover before finding out what's inside. In my experience at the school it has improved in all areas and the person that are saying all these accusations about these teachers should understand how you have affected the students at the school at their important time of GCSE's and A levels. You slate off our school then our school community will deafened it every step of the way. student102
  • Score: 18

9:46am Wed 11 Jun 14

Noddyblanket says...

Batmann wrote:
Noddyblanket wrote:
labyrinth wrote:
Noddyblanket wrote:
PeterM wrote:
This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food.

The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner?

I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny.
Wow! I'd be expecting 5* luxury for that... and responsible adults with them as well!
Of course teachers do not pay - you try looking after a bunch of teenagers on a trip abroad! I would need to be paid extra to do it.
True... Can almost see why they needed one glass too many. NOT
Scrape out, you weren't there so don't base your opinion on one side of the story, I, sure they could survive an evening without adults unless you expect them to be kept on leashes like thejoker is.
You're irrelevant to the story so go back to your little life
Easy rude boy
[quote][p][bold]Batmann[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Noddyblanket[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]labyrinth[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Noddyblanket[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]PeterM[/bold] wrote: This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food. The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner? I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny.[/p][/quote]Wow! I'd be expecting 5* luxury for that... and responsible adults with them as well![/p][/quote]Of course teachers do not pay - you try looking after a bunch of teenagers on a trip abroad! I would need to be paid extra to do it.[/p][/quote]True... Can almost see why they needed one glass too many. NOT[/p][/quote]Scrape out, you weren't there so don't base your opinion on one side of the story, I, sure they could survive an evening without adults unless you expect them to be kept on leashes like thejoker is. You're irrelevant to the story so go back to your little life[/p][/quote]Easy rude boy Noddyblanket
  • Score: -3

9:59am Wed 11 Jun 14

Elgarcia36 says...

I'm not actually saying it should have been kept quiet, what I'm saying is it was being dealt as a serious matter within the school and that's how it should have stayed.....
You may be a parent at the school and you are entitled to your opinion but unless you actually had a child on the trip you really haven't got a clue what went on and are only going on hearsay. Which at some point ends up like Chinese whispers or he said, she said. As it happens not all children were aware of the situation anyway as it was in the middle of the night, when they should have been in bed.
I feel that this is getting ridiculous now and should be a matter dealt with only the school and not idle tittle tattle to bring down the schools name which so many people are enjoying doing.
I'm not actually saying it should have been kept quiet, what I'm saying is it was being dealt as a serious matter within the school and that's how it should have stayed..... You may be a parent at the school and you are entitled to your opinion but unless you actually had a child on the trip you really haven't got a clue what went on and are only going on hearsay. Which at some point ends up like Chinese whispers or he said, she said. As it happens not all children were aware of the situation anyway as it was in the middle of the night, when they should have been in bed. I feel that this is getting ridiculous now and should be a matter dealt with only the school and not idle tittle tattle to bring down the schools name which so many people are enjoying doing. Elgarcia36
  • Score: 13

10:17am Wed 11 Jun 14

PeterM says...

I have decided to bow out of this debate.

I have just received a call on my mobile phone, I would love to know how they got hold of my number, and from the comments and 'suggestions' made as to what I should do with my 'opinions' I feel that I no longer wish to take part.

Goodbye.
I have decided to bow out of this debate. I have just received a call on my mobile phone, I would love to know how they got hold of my number, and from the comments and 'suggestions' made as to what I should do with my 'opinions' I feel that I no longer wish to take part. Goodbye. PeterM
  • Score: 2

12:40pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Agnes95 says...

First of all, Sutton Guardian over exaggerated this....
There was no "drunken brawl" two teachers had an argument end of story,
My brother went on this trip so he informed me what happened, furthermore don't people think if there was a drunken fight the hotel would have called the police?
Furthermore when they came back to England they would have called the police? no allegation no noting has been made therefore Sutton Guardian and especially Mike Murphy-Pyle, who I haven't seen to be interviewing no one, has got this from God knows where and making a big thing out of nothing.

Now the comment I saw that everyone in SPH are "criminals" well I'm in year 13 finishing next week, in the last 7 years me and my friends have never gotten in trouble with the law, so your crude comment saying all SPH students are criminals was out of line. I finished high school with 16 GCSE's.....16!! of which 15 were C and above. I'm about to finish my 4 A-levels, my AS I had A's, so keep your stupid comments to yourself.

Now this trip thing, you don't have to send your child for the trip, they have to pay for their own food cause they will be out most of the time, teachers help student budget their money and as a student myself i would rather buy my own food, as you can buy what you like not what crap has been given to you. I've been in this school 7 years I've been on multiple trips so unless you actually go to this school or been on a trip then don't get involved.
First of all, Sutton Guardian over exaggerated this.... There was no "drunken brawl" two teachers had an argument end of story, My brother went on this trip so he informed me what happened, furthermore don't people think if there was a drunken fight the hotel would have called the police? Furthermore when they came back to England they would have called the police? no allegation no noting has been made therefore Sutton Guardian and especially Mike Murphy-Pyle, who I haven't seen to be interviewing no one, has got this from God knows where and making a big thing out of nothing. Now the comment I saw that everyone in SPH are "criminals" well I'm in year 13 finishing next week, in the last 7 years me and my friends have never gotten in trouble with the law, so your crude comment saying all SPH students are criminals was out of line. I finished high school with 16 GCSE's.....16!! of which 15 were C and above. I'm about to finish my 4 A-levels, my AS I had A's, so keep your stupid comments to yourself. Now this trip thing, you don't have to send your child for the trip, they have to pay for their own food cause they will be out most of the time, teachers help student budget their money and as a student myself i would rather buy my own food, as you can buy what you like not what crap has been given to you. I've been in this school 7 years I've been on multiple trips so unless you actually go to this school or been on a trip then don't get involved. Agnes95
  • Score: 20

1:19pm Wed 11 Jun 14

LiberalsOut says...

PeterM wrote:
This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food.

The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner?

I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny.
They are so expensive because you are paying for the teachers to have a jolly
[quote][p][bold]PeterM[/bold] wrote: This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food. The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner? I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny.[/p][/quote]They are so expensive because you are paying for the teachers to have a jolly LiberalsOut
  • Score: -11

1:20pm Wed 11 Jun 14

LiberalsOut says...

PeterM wrote:
This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food.

The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner?

I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny.
They are so expensive because you are paying for the teachers to have a jolly
[quote][p][bold]PeterM[/bold] wrote: This is the same school that is charging pupils over £1,000 for a school trip that DOESN'T include food. The pupils have to take additional money so that they can eat and are expected to go out to restaurants/cafes and feed themselves. Can you really expect a teenager to keep enough money to one side so that they can get breakfast, lunch and dinner? I bet the teachers don' t have to pay a single penny.[/p][/quote]They are so expensive because you are paying for the teachers to have a jolly LiberalsOut
  • Score: -7

1:22pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Tillythompson says...

student102 wrote:
After reading all these ridicules comments about my school I wanted to
give you an insight of what really goes on... such as trips that have
previously happened such as the America trip that was £1,200 which
involved travelling around America and the students then had to budget
for their own food which they were told before the trip meaning that
they could choose if they wanted to and they all survived. This incident about the teachers
has all been blown out of proportion as I have been at Stanley Park
for nearly 6 years and have had no problems with any teachers they are brilliant. I
think you shouldn't judge a book by its cover before finding out
what's inside. In my experience at the school it has improved in all
areas and the person that are saying all these accusations about these
teachers should understand how you have affected the students at the
school at their important time of GCSE's and A levels. You slate off
our school then our school community will deafened it every step of
the way.
I totally agree
[quote][p][bold]student102[/bold] wrote: After reading all these ridicules comments about my school I wanted to give you an insight of what really goes on... such as trips that have previously happened such as the America trip that was £1,200 which involved travelling around America and the students then had to budget for their own food which they were told before the trip meaning that they could choose if they wanted to and they all survived. This incident about the teachers has all been blown out of proportion as I have been at Stanley Park for nearly 6 years and have had no problems with any teachers they are brilliant. I think you shouldn't judge a book by its cover before finding out what's inside. In my experience at the school it has improved in all areas and the person that are saying all these accusations about these teachers should understand how you have affected the students at the school at their important time of GCSE's and A levels. You slate off our school then our school community will deafened it every step of the way.[/p][/quote]I totally agree Tillythompson
  • Score: 13

7:35pm Wed 11 Jun 14

julie-miller says...

I am a parent of two children who attended SPHS and have now left with excellent exam results and both having been on 12 school trips between them, also with the teachers in question. We believe all trips were extremely well managed and they both thoroughly enjoyed teach trip. If I thought for one minute they were ever in any danger then I would never have allowed them to go. I think this has all been blown out of proportion. The teachers in question were foolish and should never have had a fight but no children were hurt or in danger. Again the Sutton Guardian are using this as yet another excuse to have a go at the school as they have done for many years. Leave the school alone and allow the Head Teacher to deal with this and also for the children to get on with very important exams at the moment.
J Miller
I am a parent of two children who attended SPHS and have now left with excellent exam results and both having been on 12 school trips between them, also with the teachers in question. We believe all trips were extremely well managed and they both thoroughly enjoyed teach trip. If I thought for one minute they were ever in any danger then I would never have allowed them to go. I think this has all been blown out of proportion. The teachers in question were foolish and should never have had a fight but no children were hurt or in danger. Again the Sutton Guardian are using this as yet another excuse to have a go at the school as they have done for many years. Leave the school alone and allow the Head Teacher to deal with this and also for the children to get on with very important exams at the moment. J Miller julie-miller
  • Score: 18

8:46pm Wed 11 Jun 14

anonymous2104 says...

Just so you know that teachers from every school, not just Stanley park, have probably had a drink or two on every trip abroad. To be completely honest if I was a teacher and had to spend a week in a foreign country with a bunch of adolescent teenagers I would probably have a few drinks as well. If you're not a pupil or a parent of a pupil at the school, then I don't see what your business is in this, you don't know what went on so stop being so quick to judge.
Just so you know that teachers from every school, not just Stanley park, have probably had a drink or two on every trip abroad. To be completely honest if I was a teacher and had to spend a week in a foreign country with a bunch of adolescent teenagers I would probably have a few drinks as well. If you're not a pupil or a parent of a pupil at the school, then I don't see what your business is in this, you don't know what went on so stop being so quick to judge. anonymous2104
  • Score: 11

9:00pm Wed 11 Jun 14

anonymous2104 says...

The parent whose child sent a text saying she was scared I call bs. The incident happened in the teachers hotel room no where near the girls rooms as the male teachers rooms were far away from the girls rooms only the boys rooms & only two boys heard what was going on and heard them swearing. No teacher had a black eye, so no idea where that came from! The pupil who needed medication this incident happened at a completely different time and the teachers had not gone out drinking during this incident!
The parent whose child sent a text saying she was scared I call bs. The incident happened in the teachers hotel room no where near the girls rooms as the male teachers rooms were far away from the girls rooms only the boys rooms & only two boys heard what was going on and heard them swearing. No teacher had a black eye, so no idea where that came from! The pupil who needed medication this incident happened at a completely different time and the teachers had not gone out drinking during this incident! anonymous2104
  • Score: 12

10:06pm Wed 11 Jun 14

Unknown1111 says...

Im loving how all these people have the nerve to make false accusations among this subject. Did you go on this trip? Did you have specific evidence of this happening? I guess not. As a student who attended this i would just like to say, it was not "drunken brawl" such over dramatic words used by Mike Murphy to make out as if he found his "next big thing" well you have NOT. You have just taken this way to far. Seeing that sutton gaurdian has been hasling Stanley Park for many years, its disgraceful. This girl who apperently sent a text home because she heard teachers fighting? Hold up... The girls were on the other end of the corredor, i dont see how any girl can hear it. This assumption that a girl needed medication at 1 in the morning. In addition to my comment the amount of people spending there hours to think of comments to slate Stanley Park is ridiculous (sorry for my spelling) this is excellent school with well organised and co-ordinated staff and amazing teachers which throughout my past years have consantly spent extra time (off work hours) to help not only me...but all students. I was very happy to come to Stanely Park high school and i have not had a problem with it...yet people always try to bring the past but obviously the school has massivley improved in all ways possible. Whereas for this insident it should be taken care of between school. I myself had a great experience in Barcelona. However this subject also due to cost of trip. Do you have to go to the trip? None is forced to go it is utterly under the parents and childs decision. Me and my friends all managed to budget very well, because the money was only for lunch..does it look like we are going to travel back to the hotel to eat lunch and then return? I think not. So before you start coming to make these negative accusations about my school, i suggest you let the school deal with it instead of bragging your mouth all across the internet.
Im loving how all these people have the nerve to make false accusations among this subject. Did you go on this trip? Did you have specific evidence of this happening? I guess not. As a student who attended this i would just like to say, it was not "drunken brawl" such over dramatic words used by Mike Murphy to make out as if he found his "next big thing" well you have NOT. You have just taken this way to far. Seeing that sutton gaurdian has been hasling Stanley Park for many years, its disgraceful. This girl who apperently sent a text home because she heard teachers fighting? Hold up... The girls were on the other end of the corredor, i dont see how any girl can hear it. This assumption that a girl needed medication at 1 in the morning. In addition to my comment the amount of people spending there hours to think of comments to slate Stanley Park is ridiculous (sorry for my spelling) this is excellent school with well organised and co-ordinated staff and amazing teachers which throughout my past years have consantly spent extra time (off work hours) to help not only me...but all students. I was very happy to come to Stanely Park high school and i have not had a problem with it...yet people always try to bring the past but obviously the school has massivley improved in all ways possible. Whereas for this insident it should be taken care of between school. I myself had a great experience in Barcelona. However this subject also due to cost of trip. Do you have to go to the trip? None is forced to go it is utterly under the parents and childs decision. Me and my friends all managed to budget very well, because the money was only for lunch..does it look like we are going to travel back to the hotel to eat lunch and then return? I think not. So before you start coming to make these negative accusations about my school, i suggest you let the school deal with it instead of bragging your mouth all across the internet. Unknown1111
  • Score: 17

11:13pm Wed 11 Jun 14

ginger1234 says...

Whilst there is no excuse for this i have to say that I witnessed first hand a huge bag of alcohol being loaded onto a coach, which belonged to teachers accompanying year 6 pupils ion a London Borough Of Sutton Primary School trip last year. Stanley Park need to investigate, but maybe a thorough investigation should be put into place on all school trips. This is just one incident
Whilst there is no excuse for this i have to say that I witnessed first hand a huge bag of alcohol being loaded onto a coach, which belonged to teachers accompanying year 6 pupils ion a London Borough Of Sutton Primary School trip last year. Stanley Park need to investigate, but maybe a thorough investigation should be put into place on all school trips. This is just one incident ginger1234
  • Score: 1

11:18pm Wed 11 Jun 14

dowen14 says...

I have two children who are pupils at Stanley Park High. I have never had any significant issues with the school and both of my children are doing well there. On a couple of occassions, I have been on school premises during the school day and been privileged to observe the school during 'business as usual' including during break and lunchtime. I was very impressed with the way the pupils conducted themselves and how calm it was despite the number of children moving around the premises. I have always found the teachers and support staff at the school professional, approachable and to have the welfare of the pupils at heart. Of course, the alleged incident must be investigated, by the school, and action taken if found to have some basis. In the meantime, Mr Taylor and the staff should be left to get on with that, and with what they do best; teaching, guiding and supporting our children, particularly those taking their exams at this time.
I have two children who are pupils at Stanley Park High. I have never had any significant issues with the school and both of my children are doing well there. On a couple of occassions, I have been on school premises during the school day and been privileged to observe the school during 'business as usual' including during break and lunchtime. I was very impressed with the way the pupils conducted themselves and how calm it was despite the number of children moving around the premises. I have always found the teachers and support staff at the school professional, approachable and to have the welfare of the pupils at heart. Of course, the alleged incident must be investigated, by the school, and action taken if found to have some basis. In the meantime, Mr Taylor and the staff should be left to get on with that, and with what they do best; teaching, guiding and supporting our children, particularly those taking their exams at this time. dowen14
  • Score: 18

6:16pm Thu 12 Jun 14

jonjo79 says...

...and the head of governors a newly elected Tory councillor too. Welcome to politics. Time to resign?
...and the head of governors a newly elected Tory councillor too. Welcome to politics. Time to resign? jonjo79
  • Score: -4

7:37pm Thu 12 Jun 14

JonoStJon says...

PeterM wrote:
Elgarcia36 wrote:
I just hope that the parent who brought all this rubbish to the press, knows what damage they have done, not only to the school but the students aswell.......I hope it was worth it....and maybe if they feel so strongly about the school then send their child somewhere else!!!!!
This is so unnecessary and was being dealt with......well done whoever you are, hope ur proud of your self.....
So you're saying that this should have been kept quiet and brushed under the carpet, so that nobody knew about it? How many other incidents like this have occurred? Two, three, three dozen?

Not only does it appear that at least two teachers, who were supposed to be In Loco Parentis, got completely inebriated and ended up brawling, it seems that others also got drunk and were nowhere to be found so that a child that was desperately in need of their medication had to go without.

A leopard can never change its spots.
Excuse me, being on of the older students on this trip I can tell you everything that has been said is totally untruthful and is just in here to make a good story. As she was saying "she shouldn't have gone to the press." She never said that it should not have been reproted to the school and dealt with internally. I, being one of 2 students looking for medication on tgis trip am completely outraged at how exaggerated this has been. We were not dying, we were not abandoned, they had not gone out drinking and left ALL teachers were present at the time in the hotel. We were not sick, the medication was only for prevention as we were doing excessive amounts of exercise the next morning. It was found in a matter of 15-20 minutes and all students were fast asleep at the time. A majority of the students do not know what really happened but it was all blown over by the next morning. The event that occured did not ruin the school trip as it was the first night, we had been travelling and emotions were high as it is. Me and the majority of the students on the trip enjoyed it to the fullest and every teacher was a great support and always push us to do our best coming back with great results. For us who do not shine academically sports is our way of showing what we can do. Every sporting teacher at SPHS has a great relationship with each student. The commments made by some adults on here are disgraceful and quite disgusting if im honest. There is no need to involve our ofsted inspections and grades from 2 or 3 years ago. We are not our past. You cannot judge the future of Stanley Park based on that. The parent who reported this has no idea of the stresses and situations they have caused. I and the other student who needed medication are now being accused of reporting this and especially it being GCSE week we do not need these pathetic rumours and comments going around. In all honesty these articles are the exact things that have ruined our good times and memories of the trip and that is he worst thing to happen to the students and teachers. So to the adults and reporters thank you very much for ruining one of the best trips of my life. We are all behind our teachers so you know what? Do your worst.
[quote][p][bold]PeterM[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Elgarcia36[/bold] wrote: I just hope that the parent who brought all this rubbish to the press, knows what damage they have done, not only to the school but the students aswell.......I hope it was worth it....and maybe if they feel so strongly about the school then send their child somewhere else!!!!! This is so unnecessary and was being dealt with......well done whoever you are, hope ur proud of your self.....[/p][/quote]So you're saying that this should have been kept quiet and brushed under the carpet, so that nobody knew about it? How many other incidents like this have occurred? Two, three, three dozen? Not only does it appear that at least two teachers, who were supposed to be In Loco Parentis, got completely inebriated and ended up brawling, it seems that others also got drunk and were nowhere to be found so that a child that was desperately in need of their medication had to go without. A leopard can never change its spots.[/p][/quote]Excuse me, being on of the older students on this trip I can tell you everything that has been said is totally untruthful and is just in here to make a good story. As she was saying "she shouldn't have gone to the press." She never said that it should not have been reproted to the school and dealt with internally. I, being one of 2 students looking for medication on tgis trip am completely outraged at how exaggerated this has been. We were not dying, we were not abandoned, they had not gone out drinking and left ALL teachers were present at the time in the hotel. We were not sick, the medication was only for prevention as we were doing excessive amounts of exercise the next morning. It was found in a matter of 15-20 minutes and all students were fast asleep at the time. A majority of the students do not know what really happened but it was all blown over by the next morning. The event that occured did not ruin the school trip as it was the first night, we had been travelling and emotions were high as it is. Me and the majority of the students on the trip enjoyed it to the fullest and every teacher was a great support and always push us to do our best coming back with great results. For us who do not shine academically sports is our way of showing what we can do. Every sporting teacher at SPHS has a great relationship with each student. The commments made by some adults on here are disgraceful and quite disgusting if im honest. There is no need to involve our ofsted inspections and grades from 2 or 3 years ago. We are not our past. You cannot judge the future of Stanley Park based on that. The parent who reported this has no idea of the stresses and situations they have caused. I and the other student who needed medication are now being accused of reporting this and especially it being GCSE week we do not need these pathetic rumours and comments going around. In all honesty these articles are the exact things that have ruined our good times and memories of the trip and that is he worst thing to happen to the students and teachers. So to the adults and reporters thank you very much for ruining one of the best trips of my life. We are all behind our teachers so you know what? Do your worst. JonoStJon
  • Score: 36

9:54pm Thu 12 Jun 14

Jonny English says...

Feel sorry for parents who have children starting in September as unfortunately this is a sad reflection on the way this school is. Not all the teachers are bad but the good ones are few and far between. Hopefully the axe will fly and the school will get a new direction. My kids have just finished there and to say I'm dissapointed at the level of teaching would be a massive under statement. As I said there is some good teachers but I'm sure they will soon want to hit the exit.
Feel sorry for parents who have children starting in September as unfortunately this is a sad reflection on the way this school is. Not all the teachers are bad but the good ones are few and far between. Hopefully the axe will fly and the school will get a new direction. My kids have just finished there and to say I'm dissapointed at the level of teaching would be a massive under statement. As I said there is some good teachers but I'm sure they will soon want to hit the exit. Jonny English
  • Score: -8

11:10pm Thu 12 Jun 14

Karenjacks says...

A few drinks by teachers on a school trip in the evening to unwind I have little problem with. The problem is uncontrollable anger and the example this sets. If a punch was thrown it's inexcusable. What if one of the children hit another causing a black eye? Wouldn't we say that was unacceptable and look for punishment. Yet this was a teacher and not on his weekend off with his mates, but whilst he was away as part of his job with the children he and the other teachers were taking care of. How can he now look those same children in the eye on another trip and talk to them about being a good ambassador for their school?
A few drinks by teachers on a school trip in the evening to unwind I have little problem with. The problem is uncontrollable anger and the example this sets. If a punch was thrown it's inexcusable. What if one of the children hit another causing a black eye? Wouldn't we say that was unacceptable and look for punishment. Yet this was a teacher and not on his weekend off with his mates, but whilst he was away as part of his job with the children he and the other teachers were taking care of. How can he now look those same children in the eye on another trip and talk to them about being a good ambassador for their school? Karenjacks
  • Score: 2

9:35pm Sat 5 Jul 14

anonymous10101 says...

thej0k3r wrote:
Karenjacks wrote:
thej0k3r wrote:
Pizza Burger wrote:
Stanley Park always has been the worst secondary school in the borough.

Carshalton Boys has improved immensely over recent years, whilst this school remains a shoddy scandal - despite their beautiful new build.

The news story therefore doesn't come as a shock to me.
It was silly but a good laugh so good on the teachers! Why didn't he hit him back?? Either all need to be fired or none at all! Especially If the one who may be fired didn't even throw the punch...&I physically cannot express to you how much it's changed&how old you are you idiot, used to be the worst but results are getting better and so is overall behaviour so go put your rags you peasant.
theJ0k3r - Just about sums up what is wrong with the school really!
Could thee get thy's head any further up thy's anal cavity? As a student who isn't exactly a "chav" at Stanley park, you clearly cannot identify the idea of a joke which Is probably only what the teachers wanted when they went out, is thee a teacher? Do you know how stressful it is? Maybe a bit of recreation is what they needed?? I'm year 11&done nearly all my exams&am basically on target to get a minimum of 10 gcses so...all of you are judging them for going out, most people know what's it's like, one drink turns into another&another&
amp;anot
her! It amuses Me how these young teachers are being slated to be frank, they're young, they need to learn, give them a chance. Like none of these people were there on the trip, we should give the teachers the chance to explain themselves. Maybe Karen, you&"pizzaburger
" (clearly someone whos parents need to be arrested for abuse) shouldn't listen to what they read straight away&should find a bit more out because you can't always believe what was first said. We need to listen what happened from the teachers&the students! Learn thee's place in society.
Trying to act smart ? Your little article is flawed with countless grammatical mistakes, making it an eye-sore to lay eyes upon. 10 measly GCSEs' means nothing when a 5 year old can take them nowadays...
[quote][p][bold]thej0k3r[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Karenjacks[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]thej0k3r[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Pizza Burger[/bold] wrote: Stanley Park always has been the worst secondary school in the borough. Carshalton Boys has improved immensely over recent years, whilst this school remains a shoddy scandal - despite their beautiful new build. The news story therefore doesn't come as a shock to me.[/p][/quote]It was silly but a good laugh so good on the teachers! Why didn't he hit him back?? Either all need to be fired or none at all! Especially If the one who may be fired didn't even throw the punch...&I physically cannot express to you how much it's changed&how old you are you idiot, used to be the worst but results are getting better and so is overall behaviour so go put your rags you peasant.[/p][/quote]theJ0k3r - Just about sums up what is wrong with the school really![/p][/quote]Could thee get thy's head any further up thy's anal cavity? As a student who isn't exactly a "chav" at Stanley park, you clearly cannot identify the idea of a joke which Is probably only what the teachers wanted when they went out, is thee a teacher? Do you know how stressful it is? Maybe a bit of recreation is what they needed?? I'm year 11&done nearly all my exams&am basically on target to get a minimum of 10 gcses so...all of you are judging them for going out, most people know what's it's like, one drink turns into another&another& amp;anot her! It amuses Me how these young teachers are being slated to be frank, they're young, they need to learn, give them a chance. Like none of these people were there on the trip, we should give the teachers the chance to explain themselves. Maybe Karen, you&"pizzaburger " (clearly someone whos parents need to be arrested for abuse) shouldn't listen to what they read straight away&should find a bit more out because you can't always believe what was first said. We need to listen what happened from the teachers&the students! Learn thee's place in society.[/p][/quote]Trying to act smart ? Your little article is flawed with countless grammatical mistakes, making it an eye-sore to lay eyes upon. 10 measly GCSEs' means nothing when a 5 year old can take them nowadays... anonymous10101
  • Score: 0

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