Can a school legally stay open without running water?Watch this thread
Which meant that nobody was allowed to use any of the toilets or sinks except those present in the Sports Hall (for some reason they were working)
But the water in the sports hall wasn't drinking water...
was it legal for my school to stay open and forcing 1,100 boys to use about 4 toilets?
felt pretty disgusting to me .... especially when we're meant to be washing our hands more because of swine flu...
Is anyone super clever and knows where to find the rules around school closures? I'm not sure where to look - but i'm sick of being **** on by school which had no concern for our health and wellbeing :-(
if it were a company and we were employees it would surely be totally different....
I can imagine that continuing school if they can't fix it might be a problem. If you're into sabotage, I'm fairly sure there are similar rules about heating (although most large schools will have a bank of electric heaters in reserve).
As for feeling unclean, man up.
And come post in LGBT chat; we're lonely over there.
Get back to school you little scrotes! :P
Hand wipes, bottled water, a pair.
The Education (school premises act) 1999 link below
Part II tells you all about what washroom provision must be made (I didn't read it) I also love the fact that your pic is taken in a bathroom as well. I think you should not have been made to stay at school.
Oh and about 3 weeks ago my college had no electricity and none of the hesters would work either so again, they kept us in for half the day and then told us to go home. (again, why wait for half the day to go by?! )