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well some pupils never cease to amaze me!

pinkshaz Avatar
7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
the new word this week is "faggit"
no wonder i question myself as to why i still do the job at times!
what are some parents all about!
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Faggot surely?
#2
lol how old are they??
#3
awoodhall2003
Faggot surely?

oops i hate to say this but i wasnt sure how to spell it! :oops:
#4
hannah19790
lol how old are they??

the "one" in particular is 8!
#5
http://www.theseize.com/wp-content/themes/moo/brits/porkfag.jpg
#6
My 6 year old heard some swear words in school and now says them all the time.I have tried telling him off,punishing him and just ignoring him but he still does it.So before you blame the parents maybe you should think about where they could have heard it from.Won't always be from home.
#7
it was a double f if you know what i mean!
banned#8
wulshaz
oops i hate to say this but i wasnt sure how to spell it! :oops:


Those kids need a new teacher!
#9
i think they mean something else...
If you change the gg to a K... i think it'll make sense!
#10
wulshaz
it was a double f if you know what i mean!



ffaggot? ;-)
#11
he was hiding under the desk and i politely and calmly asked him to come out and he replied with "f@@@ off ya faggit" glasgow term! lol
#12
no wonder i question myself as to why i still do the job at times!

awoodhall2003
Faggot surely?


I'm sooooo sorry.......but this so made me chuckle:lol:
#13
i was spelling it the way he was saying it! lol
#14
wulshaz;6312419
he was hiding under the desk and i politely and calmly asked him to come out and he replied with "f@@@ off ya faggit" glasgow term! lol



ah your spelling of the word makes sense now, you was spelling it in a glasgow accent:thinking::thinking::thinking::thinking:
#15
wulshaz
he was hiding under the desk and i politely and calmly asked him to come out and he replied with "f@@@ off ya faggit" glasgow term! lol


glasgow scum ay?? :lol: where bouts in the Big G do u teach?? i went to Mearns castle lol
#16
harlzter
ah your spelling of the word makes sense now, you was spelling it in a glasgow accent:thinking::thinking::thinking::thinking:


:thumbsup:
#17
you sure he didn't say FAT GIT? lol
#18
micoo
glasgow scum ay?? :lol: where bouts in the Big G do u teach?? i went to Mearns castle lol

sorry cant say incase you track me down :whistling: but it does come under a deprived area if that helps! :thumbsup:
#19
wulshaz
he was hiding under the desk and i politely and calmly asked him to come out and he replied with "f@@@ off ya faggit" glasgow term! lol


What did you do when he said that?
#20
BECKYBOO
you sure he didn't say FAT GIT? lol

ooooooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh :w00t:
#21
not heard that word in ages!!
#22
LoozR
What did you do when he said that?

well there had already been a previous incident wont go into detail but i called for the head and she took him and then he went home :-D
#23
Faiza
not heard that word in ages!!


:-D
#24
i must admit i did laugh at it!
#25
no it isn't all down to the parents, but i'm guessing other kids here it off their parents and then bring it into school then all the kids pick it up as it's a naughty word.
My sons 6 almost 7 and everyones a chicken nugget at the moment and when he thinks he can get away with it an idiot. then when youre stood in the school playground all the kids are saying it this and other things and some parents don't care.
#26
peodude;6312392
http://www.theseize.com/wp-content/themes/moo/brits/porkfag.jpg

these are yummy
#27
wulshaz
well there had already been a previous incident wont go into detail but i called for the head and she took him and then he went home :-D


thats really harsh:x A note home would be enough.

You seem pleased he was punished in this way.I would not have you teach my kids.
#28
Sounds like you work in a similar area to me-a 5 year old called a TA a fat b###h yesterday, unfortunately that was nothing to what another child called the Head, can't get my head round it at times.
#29
when you are there in school and you know the parents/carers/famillies you do get to know where they pick it up from trust me!
#30
kt21
Sounds like you work in a similar area to me-a 5 year old called a TA a fat b###h yesterday, unfortunately that was nothing to what another child called the Head, can't get my head round it at times.


it is hard at times and i mean most of the time! i had realy bad stress and went p/t hubby has told me numerous times to pack it all in but i cant as i do love it and it is rewarding the good overcomes the negative!
#31
LoozR
thats really harsh:x A note home would be enough.

You seem pleased he was punished in this way.I would not have you teach my kids.

you havent a clue who or what you ar talking about so dont make judgement until you have full facts ok? and in no way did i say i was pleased either!
#32
wulshaz
it is hard at times and i mean most of the time! i had realy bad stress and went p/t hubby has told me numerous times to pack it all in but i cant as i do love it and it is rewarding the good overcomes the negative!


I understand-feel the same too, love my job (most of the time!) but sometimes it does get you down, Each day is different and usually more ups than downs, I agree.
#33
wulshaz
you havent a clue who or what you ar talking about so dont make judgement until you have full facts ok? and in no way did i say i was pleased either!


The smiley face you added suggested that.
#34
kt21
I understand-feel the same too, love my job (most of the time!) but sometimes it does get you down, Each day is different and usually more ups than downs, I agree.

i think alot of people dont understand unless you are in that enviroment as i know of other people with as i would call safer schools i just happen to work within that area but as above it is rewarding and challenging which i think makes you the stronger person and a greater more able pupil 9 out of 10 :)
1 Like #35
LoozR
The smiley face you added suggested that.

well you are the only one to read it that way do you not think that sometimes and most of the time it is for the pupil/s own safely and well being of them and them around them that they are sent home?
1 Like #36
LoozR
My 6 year old heard some swear words in school and now says them all the time.I have tried telling him off,punishing him and just ignoring him but he still does it.So before you blame the parents maybe you should think about where they could have heard it from.Won't always be from home.


LoozR
thats really harsh:x A note home would be enough.

You seem pleased he was punished in this way.I would not have you teach my kids.


I have to say u seem pretty negative....I think this was a kinda light hearted, although important issue, kind of thread!

Ur kid weren't sent home by any chance today ??:?
#37
wulshaz
well you are the only one to read it that way do you not think that sometimes and most of the time it is for the pupil/s own safely and well being of them and them around them that they are sent home?


Yes I do indeed especially when it is a safety issue.Calling you a faggit wasn't putting anyone at risk and I'm sure the kids have heard worse in the playground.He was punished for calling you a faggit.
#38
thanks hannah19790 in my job if i was to be negative then there would be no hope or point being there.
#39
LoozR
Yes I do indeed especially when it is a safety issue.Calling you a faggit wasn't putting anyone at risk and I'm sure the kids have heard worse in the playground.He was punished for calling you a faggit.

nonono i never said he was punished for calling me a faggit actually!
#40
wulshaz
well you are the only one to read it that way do you not think that sometimes and most of the time it is for the pupil/s own safely and well being of them and them around them that they are sent home?


Well said, you need to work with children to believe what goes on sometimes, scary stuff

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