I had my worst day presenting this week. I was asked to 'motivate' 200 6th- formers.The school is acknowledged as a top school when it comes to education.
But their manners and behaviour....wow. That wouldn't make them top or any where near it.
The head teacher spent most of the time "sshhushing" but to be fair it was mainly the boys.
Did they learn anything? A few did I suppose. What was my thinking about what is supposed to be THE TOP SCHOOL IN THE REGION? I was embarrassed and the experience left a bad taste in the mouth.
Good manners is just as important as good A levels. Do the teachers and governors realise this when it comes to success in life?