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    I'm no longer in the class as I changed subjects earlier in the year but would be very interested to hear everyone's opinion on this teacher.

    So, while I was in there he frequently used "bas**rd", "s**t" and "bugger" at just about anything (not to insult students, though) - according to another student, after I left, one lesson he said "If you (the students) aren't going to do any work, you might as well get the f**k out!".
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    (Original post by SpacePatroFan189)
    I'm no longer in the class as I changed subjects earlier in the year but would be very interested to hear everyone's opinion on this teacher.

    So, while I was in there he frequently used "bas**rd", "s**t" and "bugger" at just about anything (not to insult students, though) - according to another student, after I left, one lesson he said "If you (the students) aren't going to do any work, you might as well get the f**k out!".

    At some Sixth Form (in particular college types), it is less formal and teachers generally tend to swear and treat students as full grown adults. At mine in the past quite a few of my teachers swore. We really didn't care so long as he teach properly, as well as helped us and not swear every minute or so.
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    Swearing at the void is okay, if it's a nice teacher and in a tone that isn't angry, and the
    For instance "that vectors homework is taking so bloody long to mark" or "in the smc, they don't give a **** about your working".
    (real examples)
    It's not as good if it's about people.
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    (Original post by SpacePatroFan189)
    I'm no longer in the class as I changed subjects earlier in the year but would be very interested to hear everyone's opinion on this teacher.

    So, while I was in there he frequently used "bas**rd", "s**t" and "bugger" at just about anything (not to insult students, though) - according to another student, after I left, one lesson he said "If you (the students) aren't going to do any work, you might as well get the f**k out!".
    One of my teachers swear a lot in lessons. He literally can't finish a sentence without the F word in it.
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    If it's not in a serious case, then at most sixth forms, teachers are less formal and swear much more compared to with younger students.
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    who cares? it's not like you haven't heard these words before. People in the real world swear
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    An assistant head teacher called in a group of young girls who had been fighting - fair enough, give them a telling off - but he called them 'nasty little bi***s'! On three occasions! One of the girls actually has a recording of it.What can and should be done?
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    (Original post by Sarahtaylor124)
    An assistant head teacher called in a group of young girls who had been fighting - fair enough, give them a telling off - but he called them 'nasty little bi***s'! On three occasions! One of the girls actually has a recording of it.What can and should be done?
    They should be externally excluded or possibly expelled.
 
 
 
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