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PostSubject: Pupils 'left traumatised' by fake school shooting   Sat 27 Mar 2010, 1:30 pm

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/education/article7075539.ece

Pupils 'left traumatised' by fake school shooting

Laura Pitel

Schoolchildren suffered panic attacks and were left crying after a role-play event in which one of their teachers was “shot dead” in the playground.

The children, aged 10 to 13, were traumatised by the stunt, which was part of a science lesson, and were not told that it was a stunt for ten minutes.

The exercise at Blackminster Middle School in Evesham, Worcestershire, began when pupils heard that there was a gun in the school. Five minutes later the alarm bell sounded and more than 300 were sent outside and saw three teachers running across the field.

They saw a “gunman” in the distance and heard what sounded like gunfire before seeing Mr Kent, a religious education teacher, fall to the ground. Colleagues appeared to attempt to resuscitate him.
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Parents claimed that the children were sent back to their classrooms and called into the assembly hall ten minutes later to see that Mr Kent was alive and uninjured. Some said that their children were so shaken by the exercise on Tuesday afternoon that they were sick in the toilets, suffered panic attacks and were still frightened when they got home.

One parent, who has an 11-year-old daughter at the school, said: “They thought their teacher had been shot. And all this time you have kids crying in fear. It’s ten minutes later that they told the children that it was all a joke. I think it’s absolutely disgusting.”

Another parent said that the exercise was particularly insensitive because the father of one of the pupils had died in a shooting a few years ago. “Their wording, their timing, everything was out of order,” the parent said.

Terry Holland, the head teacher, said: “The role-play was part of a science lesson. The problem with a small minority of the pupils was that there was a slight delay in getting them into the hall to explain what had just happened. Most of them already knew it was a spoof but a couple were upset and we have since spoken to them and their parents and apologised. It was one of the more popular teachers who played the victim. I don’t think there would have been as much concern if it was one or two of the others.”

In a letter to parents, Mr Holland said: “We now feel that the time delay was too long and pupils should have been reassured instantly. Any role-play activities in the future will be based on themes that are less controversial and non-violent.”
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PostSubject: Re: Pupils 'left traumatised' by fake school shooting   Sat 27 Mar 2010, 2:32 pm

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http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/education/article7075539.ece

Pupils 'left traumatised' by fake school shooting

Laura Pitel

Schoolchildren suffered panic attacks and were left crying after a role-play event in which one of their teachers was “shot dead” in the playground.

The children, aged 10 to 13, were traumatised by the stunt, which was part of a science lesson, and were not told that it was a stunt for ten minutes.

The exercise at Blackminster Middle School in Evesham, Worcestershire, began when pupils heard that there was a gun in the school. Five minutes later the alarm bell sounded and more than 300 were sent outside and saw three teachers running across the field.

They saw a “gunman” in the distance and heard what sounded like gunfire before seeing Mr Kent, a religious education teacher, fall to the ground. Colleagues appeared to attempt to resuscitate him.
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Parents claimed that the children were sent back to their classrooms and called into the assembly hall ten minutes later to see that Mr Kent was alive and uninjured. Some said that their children were so shaken by the exercise on Tuesday afternoon that they were sick in the toilets, suffered panic attacks and were still frightened when they got home.

One parent, who has an 11-year-old daughter at the school, said: “They thought their teacher had been shot. And all this time you have kids crying in fear. It’s ten minutes later that they told the children that it was all a joke. I think it’s absolutely disgusting.”

Another parent said that the exercise was particularly insensitive because the father of one of the pupils had died in a shooting a few years ago. “Their wording, their timing, everything was out of order,” the parent said.

Terry Holland, the head teacher, said: “The role-play was part of a science lesson. The problem with a small minority of the pupils was that there was a slight delay in getting them into the hall to explain what had just happened. Most of them already knew it was a spoof but a couple were upset and we have since spoken to them and their parents and apologised. It was one of the more popular teachers who played the victim. I don’t think there would have been as much concern if it was one or two of the others.”

In a letter to parents, Mr Holland said: “We now feel that the time delay was too long and pupils should have been reassured instantly. Any role-play activities in the future will be based on themes that are less controversial and non-violent.”

These SOB "teachers" are beyond disgusting, as they have no concern at all for the children and how they are (deliberately) traumatizing them. Harsh as this is, I feel even more contempt for the parents, with their meek and mild protestations and acceptance of the lip-service apology. We all KNOW it will happen again, do we not?

It's increasingly clear that England has totally caved in to Big Brother; they are even allowing themselves to be penalized for misusing their *garbage cans,* if you can believe that. That's how low they have sunk. Truly a tragic scenario. But, the alternative is Resistance. And seemingly, most feel that submission is preferable to punishment by their putative Masters.

Same old choice, and most choose slavery; liberty or death is the choice only of the brave. Bravery of that type is OUR inheritance, and our tradition.


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PostSubject: Re: Pupils 'left traumatised' by fake school shooting   Sat 27 Mar 2010, 11:15 pm

Wow, very first comment I saw was this one. People are getting it!


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Folks this is designed. Trauma based
learning is a control technique. This has all the signs of Common
Purpose or another of our communist social engineering think tanks or
fake charities. Do not think this is an act of stupidity, it is
intentional mind control.

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