The troll / non de plume can be attacked by both sides and don’t you all hate the books by Currer Bell. This helps me to illustrate the rights and wrongs by pointing you to my blogs i read to the right of you. Some of those people have jobs, and others have lost them for there views. As your all apparently intelligent you can go figure it out.
Ok did you do that ? jolly good! do tell in comments.
Anyhow lets do edukation*. A purview of the left is the state school of which the right don’t do being as there not good enough. We can all agree that there be good and bad schools.
The left will argue that there are no bad schools, funny is it not that royals still go to Eton. The dogma says ‘perfection’, the right and those whom can pay ignore it and do there own stuff.
Best said by John Prescott of that left direction:
If you set up a school and it becomes a good school, the great danger is that everyone wants to go there
18th December 2005,Sunday Telegraph
mr s from kes a class example of the role model for pe teachers
So how do those on the left, or people whom teach (my blog) criticise that state school ? and get away with it.
This is where the magic begins. Unfortunately for the muggles Harry Potter type sports are not played.
You start with nom de plume or sock puppet say ‘Currer Bell’, and a blog. Lucky bloggers will get picked by a left based publishing house and bang you have a book with an isbn and you keep your job.
That’s Mr Chalk for those of you dumb enough to realise there’s two books being reviewed here. The other way is to infuriate the left and Angela Mason is also a notable name here for the television exposure, after all its fiction msm news isn’t is it.
However lets start with Katherine Birbalsingh book isbn: 9780670918997 as it arrived first from my library, it was apparently featured on bbc radio four if you dont do books.
The sin of all sins in edukation is speaking out at the ‘rights’ conference about how fucked up edukation is, who is the diversity [read inspector gadget] points winner being a half caste (eg an ideal public sector employee) who finds out that she is now unemployable despite being the right everything else [although Oxbridge probably is hated by the left and might be deemed a minus point] and she alone caused a school to ‘close’.
Another wrong for Mrs B is the wrong publisher which drives a big wedge for her and the left. With all done about publishers/politics and diversity points i can now review the book which at under 300 pages tells the story of a year and her book is blogish in nature which tells the tale of Furious and his special mental reasoning.
Furious another nom be plume is an adopted black child who wants to be a footballer, and has a chip on his head larger than anybody else’s. Life revolves around his chaos in school and out of it which naturally isn’t his fault for being black,having black history month (and at times sounding a bit like ed burns in the corner***) and stealing mobile phones something ok because of the racism**** that even the black teachers dish out.
Its not all one person based, the children/pupils/insert customer name mantra are all not that stupid and that’s when evil ofstead,results and liberal ideas all clash. Labours revolving gcse door (keep taking the easiest exam until you get a c) and its low expectations are laid bare so no wonder the left hate her.
The amusing thing is that Birbalsingh is a model teacher for the left who would accuse Oxbridge of being anti them or something, being that she went to such an place and choose to teach rather than say be a banker, and spoke at teacher retraining events for said bankers seems to point to odd double standards in the left you wonder who would be a ideal teacher according to them (my blog).
All in all worth the read for to miss with love 5/5 bananas.
Mr Chalks book on the other hand… isbn:0955285402 is revered with the right publisher, no speaking to the wrong side, and a non de plume intact and is now apparently retired as well. So lets go review it’s your time you’re wasting.
Slightly shorter at 260 pages and it quotes John Prescott and is much like To miss with love and takes a snapshot of a schools life, than the oddities of the special people and is in comparison quite funny. Chalk whomever he is a supply teacher and as such sees life and turns up for work.
The book is evil in its humour and put downs are something else. Since it does only a little of the to miss with love book i give it 3/5 bananas (weighed for the left as they like him)
*humour – Charlotte Brontë’s non de plume, *** a book that became this **** Who was then shipped to Nigeria for edukating*, apparently even black teachers can be racist too