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    a fat black teacher coz she's dumb, rude, inconsiderate, useless and RACIST to me!!!
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    My business studies teacher in yr11 and yr13, (same guy) He didn't know how to teach the subject, took him half the lesson to remember what we had done the lesson before. I had to teach one lesson because he didn't know how to use Microsoft Access.
    Then in year 13, constantly put me down and dissagreed with what I said. Then when I got my results and found out I got an A, after getting D's from him all year, came over to me and had the cheek to say "I knew I taught you well"

    Little *******.
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    My secondary school maths teacher was horrible. She'd force me to work on whatever we had to do and she kept checking on me every 2 minutes to catch me. When she'd bring back marked tests she'd call out the grades and names of the certain pupil in increasing order of the grades (the grades were from 1 to 10). I literally had to go through 15 minutes of torture while she was going up, 4.50.... 5.10.... 5.50.... 6.40... Horrible! And when she called your name you'd have to get up and walk the whole classroom up to her desk, take the paper and listen how she told you what you did wrong in front of the whole class, then you'd have to pretend you give a heck and go back to your place staring at the paper and hoping no-one notices how miserable you feel.
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    It probably just has to be all those nasty teachers you come across in Junior school, who ignore you and prefer to direct their attention towards all of the pretty and popular children.

    But this one teacher in year 3, ooh. She was teaching us about different types of houses, detatched, semi-detatched and so on, and she explained a detatched house as being one where you could walk round one side and come around it and back out again. I clearly remember thinking that, yes, you could go through my garden gate, go through the garden and then down through the neighbour's gate. So when she asked I said my house was detatched. She insisted that my house wasn't detatched, got really angry with me, and told me that she was going to drive to my house, check, and prove me wrong. The next day she wrote my name in the 'naughty' book. What a *****.
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    (Original post by King Pieb)
    My business studies teacher in yr11 and yr13, (same guy) He didn't know how to teach the subject, took him half the lesson to remember what we had done the lesson before. I had to teach one lesson because he didn't know how to use Microsoft Access.
    Then in year 13, constantly put me down and dissagreed with what I said. Then when I got my results and found out I got an A, after getting D's from him all year, came over to me and had the cheek to say "I knew I taught you well"

    Little *******.

    I presume you mean Rambo :rolleyes:
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    My PE Teacher.

    I had heat exhaustion. Went to hopsital and all that shizz. I went to school following week and my first PE lesson, I was running and she was like " Not, fast enough isn't good enough etc.. " I passed out because of the heat and she was like " pretending to sleep now are we? Now get up and get running again and start from the beginning.." It took two girls to prove to her that I fainted and needed to stop for a while :/

    Wish I could of got her sacked.
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    My year 2 teacher, she really did have it in for me. Hated me because she didn't get the headteachers job and blamed my mum for it because she was one of the govenors who voted against her. Picked on me and another boy whose mum was a govenor for the rest of the year. Not nice when you're 6! :no:
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    Head of sixth form for being an unpredictable grumpy *****.
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    oh god my year 8 p.e teacher, she actually bullied me and and i nearly took it to the head of year but there was no point cos i wasnt gonna have her for year 9 so i just allowed her and didn't waste my breath

    there was also my year 10 science teacher, he looked like a rat and he had halitosis and ugh he makes me shudder yuck, he moved to surrey though yay

    and there was a teacher in our school who slept with sixth former boys and she was allowed back to teach :|
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    I didn't hate any teachers - I was really lucky. Most of them were great A couple were a bit boring and/or couldn't keep control properly, but that was it.
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    All music teachers (in my school, anyway) seem to have anger managment issues.
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    (Original post by amy1395)
    Year 2 teacher, told me my handwriting was (in her words) "Worse than her dogs would be if it could write". *****.
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    The head of year at the AS school I was kicked out of, I really hated. He was a total power freak, an absolute idiot. I thought maybe I'd be biased as he really hated me, but everyone else in my year disliked him too, and on that teacher rating website thing, all the past students couldn't stand him either.

    The worst though was a history teacher I had at that same school. He took an instant personal dislike to me, which had me convinced for ages it was something I'd done, but I realise now it wasn't, everyone in my history classes didn't understand it either. He also managed to convince the other history teacher I was bad news, and all year they basically made me think I was stupid and I was rubbish at history. They undermarked my coursework by a huge amount, it was the same standard as everyone elses yet I got a low C whilst they all got A grades. The reason it all annoyed me so much is I'd wanted to take history at university, but they totally put me off it The best feeling in the world was once I'd got kicked out and I'd got my AS results back. I still managed to get an A in history despite the rubbish coursework mark, and it was the perfect ending to the crap time I'd had at that school!

    I taught myself A2 history this year and am going to try to move onto a combined history and politics degree at uni, so all is not lost

    I'd like to add, the fact I was kicked out would imply I probably deserved to be hated by those three teachers. I was kicked out due to bad attendence (63%), which was half to do with the fact that the head of year didn't like me from the very beginning, so the reason I was kicked out was partly due to the fact they hated me and it made me not want to go in... a little ironic! Furthermore, I always got on well with the teachers at my senior school, and my A2 college. I understand that sometimes people take personal dislikes, and I don't think I'm perfect, plus the history teachers were actually good at their job and rather nice to everyone else. But I definitely did not deserve the treatment I was given, and there were so many little things they used to pick up on that they didn't with anyone else, it was just a totally personal vendetta - I wouldn't mind if they'd treated us all the same! I haven't got into detail but they were totally unreasonable...

    Oh and I've always disliked the PE teachers. Totally unjustified though, it's just because I'm rubbish at it :tongue:
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    My chemistry teacher, who's a complete pervert, and got caught looking up the girls' skirts a few years back. He's still allowed to teach though :s He also got caught with porn on his computer...

    My flute teacher, for saying I was crap.

    My maths teacher, for being a condescending idiot.

    And my year 9 art teacher, for being a complete *****.
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    (Original post by psychocustard)
    My flute teacher, for saying I was crap.
    :eek: I'm a flute teacher and would never, ever tell anyone that! :eek:
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    Most of the science teachers - our science department was quite awful apart from two teachers.

    But one guy I disliked because:
    He watched films on his computer which was projected onto the massive whiteboard. Then wondered why his class was distracted -_- I found science hard anyway without a film playing and being a distraction. I don't know how he got away with it. Plus most people think their teachers are unfair but he really was. He had people that he picked on, he was really rude and our GCSE class practically had a melt down and our results suffered.
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    (Original post by FormerlyFrisbeeFan)
    :eek: I'm a flute teacher and would never, ever tell anyone that! :eek:
    I taught music for a bit, and neither would I. Really put me off, too, so I just dropped flute and took up other instruments instead. Worked though, cos I took about 5 years to get to grade 4 flute, and then took two years to get to grade 3 bassoon and grade 5 double bass! :p:
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    (Original post by Billy's Willy)
    I presume you mean Rambo :rolleyes:

    Now that, is worrying!
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    (Original post by King Pieb)
    Now that, is worrying!
    What is?
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    (Original post by Billy's Willy)
    What is?
    That you know its Rambo...
 
 
 

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