Get your teeth into this article...
A Teacher writing a book? It's outrageous.
Good to see the NASUWT standing up for her with a message of support. I'm sure if she had simply been a completely useless teacher, or one who is never in; they would be up in arms.
I can't help but wonder why the Head has nothing better to do with his time. Mind you, if I were him, I'd be unable to resist saying: "We were going to investigate this but there's too much at stake..."
(Which may well explain why I was never promoted.)
I'm sure I saw her dancing with the Devil........
If my English teacher had looked like that I'd have never missed a lesson, in fact I'd have taken up Drama as well!!!!
They have a published author working for their English and Drama department. Surely they should be marketing this as a strength, not scurrying around defensively?
No such thing as bad publicity!
She must be rubbing her hands with glee.
Not only will the school be shown in a bad light, her sales will multiply.
A teacher writing a controversial book...
Does that ring any bells, Mr. C?
Leve her alone! She was doing it under a pen name, and as a previous poster said, an english teacher who is a published author is surely an asset. Shocking that a teacher should have ambition or need to supplement poor pay with an additional source of income ;-)
The site reads: "Like all good author's she drew on her own knowledge and passions to write it."
Let's all hope that she didn't write her own website.
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