school teachers

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  1. tofo

    tofo Funster

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    my daughter in law who is an infant junior teacher
    tok part in an unknown pastime for schools


    she wasonly encouraged to take
    her pupils/children outside
    to play in the snow

    and it wasnt even break time

    i thought it was completely [STRIKE]wrong[/STRIKE] [HI]right[/HI]

    :thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
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  2. Gunner29

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    Hope she did a Risk Assessment?:Eeek: hate for the little darlings to get cold. Mummy won't be pleased if they do and will probably sue
     
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    My missus would heartily agree - when she was a junior school teacher she referred to is as 'taking time to catch the snowflakes'.

    Mind you, look what happened not so long ago to the High School Design and Technology teacher who allowed two students to ride their own ski-bike on snow in the school grounds. Sacked for not filling in the appropriate risk assessment paperwork.
     
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    She did the right thing at least
    but beware the HSE and Thought police
    it all makes proper common sense
    but Councils think in pounds and pence.:Eeek::Eeek:
     
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