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Teacher gunned down in playground in hoax lesson

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6y, 8m agoPosted 6 years, 8 months ago
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#1
in b4 link
#2
muffin247
in b4 link


Lol
#3
still in b4 link
#5
In after the link!
#6
Reminds me of an article from a few months ago, few kids were kept off school and police went in and told the rest of their class mates that they had been involved in a drink drive accident (as far as I remember) and had all died/were seriously injured.

Didnt tell them until the end of the day that the kids were actually fine and just at home
#7
after all that, the story was rubbish and not even posted by the OP

EPIC FAIL
banned#8
Heads wil roll
banned#9
out before pics and bun fight and trolls
#10
dog_cop
out before pics and bun fight and trolls


now where is the fun in that ? :roll:
#11
DailyMail.co.uk

Schoolchildren were left in tears after their teacher was gunned down by a crazed hoodie in the playground - in a 'sick' role-playing stunt.

Terrified children - aged from 10 to 13 years old - watched as the supposed gunman strolled into the playground, took aim and shot the teacher, before running into the school's science lab.
Other staff in on the stunt rushed to the popular teacher's aid and appeared to give CPR in an attempt to save his life.

It was 10 minutes before the shocked pupils of Blackminster Middle School in Evesham, Worcestershire, were rounded up and taken into the school hall where teachers explained that the scenario had been mocked up as part of a forthcoming science lesson."


Science lesson?

The member of staff "gunned down" was a Religious Education teacher, & the drama unfolded outside.

Presumably the intention was to demonstrate what to do to keep somebody breathing after a trauma &/or how to apply first aid, but if the 'patient' was blocked from view by the other teachers then how would the children see what was happening?

...and who was the person who ran into the science lab?

The school should expect a visit from Her Majesty's Constabulary to explain why you cannot brandish a weapon resembling a gun even without (allegedly 'in jest') pretending to fire it in a public place.

Imagine how the situation would have unfolded if the person pretending to fire the weapon was set upon by a group of kids in the playground & kicked within an each of their life.


In my second year of secondary school I brought a toy gun, albeit a reasonable replica of a real weapon, with me on one particular morning as my class had been tasked with acting out an advertisement for a product of our own choosing (within a music lesson!?!).

My peers & I elected to advertise a "hitman hotline" to dispose of elderly relatives... for reasons too far in my past to recall why, but it was obviously pertinent to one/other of us at the time.

I offered to bring in the toy for a bit of realism so that those acting did not have to do so against two pointed figures or a lolly stick or whatever was to hand in the music lesson. Yes, I'll say again... a music lesson. I still to this day do not understand why.

During a different lesson in the morning of that day I was sat at my desk with my bag open & the lesson teacher walked around the room (as they do) whilst we were busy working.

She stopped at my desk reached inside my bag without saying anything first & took great exception to the contents she extracted. I was marched off to the office for the head of that year & asked to explain why I had a gun in school.

Note that this was almost 30 years ago; long before the recent "terror attacks" & extra vigilance we are urged to adopt throughout our day-to-day lives.

To cut a long story short, the head of the year was concerned about the gun, & I was concerned that a teacher was viewing the contents of my school bag & helping herself to them without speaking to me first. He wanted an explanation. I wanted an apology. The lesson teacher was still beside herself that I had a gun in school.

When the reason for the existence of the toy in my bag was established I was handed it back & I returned to the rest of the lesson. The lesson teacher & I never really saw eye-to-eye for the remainder of that year. I never got my apology either.

As a parent today, if I had any children at the school where the "joke" attempted murder was seen I would keep them away until I had received an adequate apology in writing for the stunt.

In any other profession, if the staff had performed the same actions in view of other employees who were not "in on the joke" somebody would be sacked.

The teachers at that school have a responsibility to care for the children's social & physical well-being at all times during school hours.

How many years do teachers have to train for through our country's education system before we let them loose on our offspring?

I would suggest the years in training or the training received needs to be addressed.

BFN,

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