Some teachers must live under a rock. The only thing worse than calling your students names is calling your students names on Facebook. Any teacher found to be insulting their students on Facebook deserve what is coming to them.
Two teachers have quit after staff allegedly called pupils “thick” on Facebook.
Headmistress Debbie Johnson and teacher Nyanza Roberts resigned when comments were printed off and stuck up near the school they worked at.
Teacher Stuart Clark sparked the tirade after he declared he was “fed up of bumping into pupils in town”.
Nyanza Roberts replies: “By town, do you mean top end of holderness road? That’s bout as far anyone goes. No wonder everyone is thick..
“Inbreeding must damage brain development.”
Head Debbie Johnson jumps in and says: “You’re really on one today mrs… !! Xx.”
Colleague Jane Johnson posted: “Massive queue of year 5/6 kids in poundland! x”
Parents found out about the conversation by staff at Westcott Primary School in east Hull when copies were attached to fences in the streets surrounding the building.
Mary Wallace, chairwoman of governors at Westcott Primary School in Hull, said the two had “decided to relinquish their posts”.
Hull city council added: “We’re supporting the school and will focus on ensuring children get the best possible standards of education.”
There are thick people in this incident, but they are not the students.