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In your opinion who was the best school teacher?

 

I nominate John Roe - Carter Lodge School

 

'Boris' was 'ace':thumbsup:

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Originally posted by Teabag

In your opinion who was the best school teacher?

 

I nominate John Roe - Carter Lodge School

 

'Boris' was 'ace':thumbsup:

 

 

blimey, its 21 years since i left.....they are probably all dead!!!!!

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Proffesor Mel Jones Myers Grove Comp 1961'ish followed closley behind John Milner

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Mr Stubbs, Pipworth 1986, sadly died of a brain tumour. :(

Jeff Tunningley, Myrtle Springs 1989.

Mr Ashton, Myrtle Springs.

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Originally posted by Teabag

In your opinion who was the best school teacher?

 

I nominate John Roe - Carter Lodge School

 

'Boris' was 'ace':thumbsup:

 

 

I'll second that, along with Carol Jones, they were my favourite two teachers at Carter Lodge.

 

when did you leave CL?

 

do we know each other?

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For me there is only one candidate.

 

Step forward Mrs Cooper who taught my class M4C at Nethergreen Middle School between 1980-1981.

 

She made school more enjoyable than I had ever known, before and after. She also pushed me to get into the top class at King Edward VII (from where I slunk back to 'middle of the road', but hey ho).

 

Even the class idiots seemed to take an interest in their school work under Mrs Cooper.

 

I salute thee.:thumbsup:

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Definately Jean Cavan from Annes Grove primary 1993 she was fab. before i was in her class i was scared to death of her and cryed and refused to go to school again when i found out she was my new teacher. Didn't take long for me to change my mind though she was lovely and i don't think i have ever learnt as much as i did that year. I think it was her last year though and she retired after teaching us :thumbsup:

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For me it would be Faith Milton at Acres Hill in the early 70s

She would take kids youth hosteling at weekends and holidays. I have her to thank for my love of country walking even now.

 

Also John Rawson at Waltheof (when teachers were in charge-not kids) He was understanding and easy to talk to which made learning maths a bit easier.

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