Beaverwood School slated by mum of girl hurt in alleged chemical attack

Beaverwood School in Beaverwood Road, Chislehurst

Beaverwood School in Beaverwood Road, Chislehurst

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A mother whose daughter required hospital treatment after an alleged chemical attack at Beaverwood School has denounced the school's handling of the situation.

Kerry Finch, 30, of Mottingham Road, said the Chislehurst school failed to inform her about Tuesday's incident until hours after it had happened.

She added they failed to take her daughter, Paris, whose "whole face was completely burned", to hospital.

She told News Shopper: "The school neglected to call for three hours after my daughter’s face had been burned.

"I jumped in my car and went down there.

"When I got there her whole face was completely burned, her cheeks were blistered.

"The teachers neglected their duties.

"They had no right to delay my daughter's treatment for three hours. Maybe then she wouldn't have blistered on the cheeks.

"She was left in a room with a tissue. They didn't even put the burn under cold water.

“Everyone knows that is what you do with a burn, especially a substance that you didn't know what it was.

"I was in shock that they did this to my daughter."

Mrs Finch immediately took her daughter to Queen Mary's Hospital.

Two girls have been arrested on suspicion of possessing a prohibited weapon following the alleged attack.

Bromley police have said two females, aged 13 and 14, have been bailed until April 25.

Beaverwood School headteacher Karen Raven said: "Beaverwood School For Girls is proud of the calm and sensible way in which the isolated incident was dealt with by students and staff.

"It is business as usual for the school community as exams are underway.

"At break time, a teenager randomly sprayed a can, the contents of which accidentally caught some of her friends.

"Only one student was treated in hospital. No other students were involved.

"The school continues to take all appropriate actions."

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1:06pm Thu 13 Mar 14

Linja says...

I often heard of bullying at this school over the years. Needs to be investigated more seriously.
I often heard of bullying at this school over the years. Needs to be investigated more seriously. Linja
  • Score: 13

3:34pm Thu 13 Mar 14

cookster says...

I think the school's statement is probably nearer what actually happened - it sounds like was not an "attack" but an accident, if a somewhat foolish one.

Headlines are very good at steering people to whatever way the writers want them to go.
I think the school's statement is probably nearer what actually happened - it sounds like was not an "attack" but an accident, if a somewhat foolish one. Headlines are very good at steering people to whatever way the writers want them to go. cookster
  • Score: 16

5:02pm Thu 13 Mar 14

mouthalmighty says...

Linja wrote:
I often heard of bullying at this school over the years. Needs to be investigated more seriously.
I agree with linja. There has been some disgusting shameful behaviour over the years, and nought much done about it. Pull your finger out karen raven and do something positive positivefor the victims. The perpetrators know they can get away with anything, because the reputation of the school ismore important.
[quote][p][bold]Linja[/bold] wrote: I often heard of bullying at this school over the years. Needs to be investigated more seriously.[/p][/quote]I agree with linja. There has been some disgusting shameful behaviour over the years, and nought much done about it. Pull your finger out karen raven and do something positive positivefor the victims. The perpetrators know they can get away with anything, because the reputation of the school ismore important. mouthalmighty
  • Score: 12

5:39pm Thu 13 Mar 14

CASSMILE says...

I have cousins there and it's a good school. The 'bullying' you talk about is typical teenage girl b**ching and those who complain loudest are usually instigators! This happens in every school and has gone on for many years, it's impossible to change unless we change society! My cousin said that all the girls involved were friends and that nobody's face was peeling off. The school didn't give them the spray, the school aren't allowed to search their bags, what do you expect schools to do? Some people will do anything for their 15 mins of fame or in the hope they will get compensation. Would have more sympathy if they told the truth and didn't sensationalise or exaggerate to the press!
I have cousins there and it's a good school. The 'bullying' you talk about is typical teenage girl b**ching and those who complain loudest are usually instigators! This happens in every school and has gone on for many years, it's impossible to change unless we change society! My cousin said that all the girls involved were friends and that nobody's face was peeling off. The school didn't give them the spray, the school aren't allowed to search their bags, what do you expect schools to do? Some people will do anything for their 15 mins of fame or in the hope they will get compensation. Would have more sympathy if they told the truth and didn't sensationalise or exaggerate to the press! CASSMILE
  • Score: 15

6:31pm Thu 13 Mar 14

Brook says...

Deal with the school and Board of Governors - don't go running to the press. It does no one any favours and certainly won't help your compo claim
Deal with the school and Board of Governors - don't go running to the press. It does no one any favours and certainly won't help your compo claim Brook
  • Score: 0

8:09pm Thu 13 Mar 14

Gavinp says...

“Everyone knows that is what you do with a burn, especially a substance that you didn't know what it was.

so you dont know what a substance is and every one knows that you put water on it? i certainly didnt know this is what happens if some one sprays you with a unknown substance...........
.....wheres the pictures of the peeling blistered face?
“Everyone knows that is what you do with a burn, especially a substance that you didn't know what it was. so you dont know what a substance is and every one knows that you put water on it? i certainly didnt know this is what happens if some one sprays you with a unknown substance........... .....wheres the pictures of the peeling blistered face? Gavinp
  • Score: 2

9:26pm Thu 13 Mar 14

Dr. Nick says...

Gavinp wrote:
“Everyone knows that is what you do with a burn, especially a substance that you didn't know what it was.

so you dont know what a substance is and every one knows that you put water on it? i certainly didnt know this is what happens if some one sprays you with a unknown substance...........

.....wheres the pictures of the peeling blistered face?
With some types of burn it is a very bad idea to add cold water as some chemicals react with water - the best thing to do is cover it with cling film and call for an ambulance. The reason burns hurt (chemical or otherwise) is that they react to air; by adding the cling film you reduce the air contact and contain the burn field... that is current basic First Aid.
[quote][p][bold]Gavinp[/bold] wrote: “Everyone knows that is what you do with a burn, especially a substance that you didn't know what it was. so you dont know what a substance is and every one knows that you put water on it? i certainly didnt know this is what happens if some one sprays you with a unknown substance........... .....wheres the pictures of the peeling blistered face?[/p][/quote]With some types of burn it is a very bad idea to add cold water as some chemicals react with water - the best thing to do is cover it with cling film and call for an ambulance. The reason burns hurt (chemical or otherwise) is that they react to air; by adding the cling film you reduce the air contact and contain the burn field... that is current basic First Aid. Dr. Nick
  • Score: -12

9:59pm Thu 13 Mar 14

Bob Downondiss says...

A girls school called Beaver Wood. Named by the same wag who had a character called Seamen Staines in the Captain Pugwash cartoon no doubt.
A girls school called Beaver Wood. Named by the same wag who had a character called Seamen Staines in the Captain Pugwash cartoon no doubt. Bob Downondiss
  • Score: -14

10:52pm Thu 13 Mar 14

Hatersgonnahate says...

mouthalmighty wrote:
Linja wrote:
I often heard of bullying at this school over the years. Needs to be investigated more seriously.
I agree with linja. There has been some disgusting shameful behaviour over the years, and nought much done about it. Pull your finger out karen raven and do something positive positivefor the victims. The perpetrators know they can get away with anything, because the reputation of the school ismore important.
On the contrary the last Ofsted inspection scored the school 'good' on all categories including safety & behaviour and leadership & management. The inspectors also report that both parents & pupils agree that bullying & bad behaviour are effectively delt with & pupils are fully aware of the consequences.

Your claim of bullying is based on anecdotal evidence & jumping on the bandwagon. My daughter went to this school for 5 years & achieved 10 GCSE's including 4 x 'A's , 1 x 'B' and a double distinction. From a personal & actual experience the schools welfare of pupils paramount & always found when visiting how friendly & proud pupils are and the leadership of the head, Karen Raven, professional & dynamic.

The NS reports the story as 'alleged' so is based purely on a disgruntled parent. The mother claims her 'daughters' face was completely burnt! If such was the case her daughter would not only be in excruciating pain alerting staff to take additional action but likely to also require treatment by a burns unit, no mention though of child being admitted. Blistering contrary to the mothers claim happens for most burns & is the bodies own way of treating the injury.

Again previous post makes reference of the alleged perpetrators escaping action to protect the schools reputation. The opposite is true & states two pupils had been arrested.

I didn't see or witness what happened nor did previous posters & making wild accusations that bullying is an issue. I can only speak from my daughters 5 year experience, Ofsted report & what I'd see at the school on several occasions every year. It's judged by inspectors as a good school, parents & pupils agree. That's what I base my judgment on as opposed to sensational NS headlines peppered with the 'alleged' word & no follow up of the child's injury.

Quite bizarre you'd smear your own child's school which the NS love to assist with instead of the proper channels & smacks of the appalling claim culture in our society!
[quote][p][bold]mouthalmighty[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linja[/bold] wrote: I often heard of bullying at this school over the years. Needs to be investigated more seriously.[/p][/quote]I agree with linja. There has been some disgusting shameful behaviour over the years, and nought much done about it. Pull your finger out karen raven and do something positive positivefor the victims. The perpetrators know they can get away with anything, because the reputation of the school ismore important.[/p][/quote]On the contrary the last Ofsted inspection scored the school 'good' on all categories including safety & behaviour and leadership & management. The inspectors also report that both parents & pupils agree that bullying & bad behaviour are effectively delt with & pupils are fully aware of the consequences. Your claim of bullying is based on anecdotal evidence & jumping on the bandwagon. My daughter went to this school for 5 years & achieved 10 GCSE's including 4 x 'A's , 1 x 'B' and a double distinction. From a personal & actual experience the schools welfare of pupils paramount & always found when visiting how friendly & proud pupils are and the leadership of the head, Karen Raven, professional & dynamic. The NS reports the story as 'alleged' so is based purely on a disgruntled parent. The mother claims her 'daughters' face was completely burnt! If such was the case her daughter would not only be in excruciating pain alerting staff to take additional action but likely to also require treatment by a burns unit, no mention though of child being admitted. Blistering contrary to the mothers claim happens for most burns & is the bodies own way of treating the injury. Again previous post makes reference of the alleged perpetrators escaping action to protect the schools reputation. The opposite is true & states two pupils had been arrested. I didn't see or witness what happened nor did previous posters & making wild accusations that bullying is an issue. I can only speak from my daughters 5 year experience, Ofsted report & what I'd see at the school on several occasions every year. It's judged by inspectors as a good school, parents & pupils agree. That's what I base my judgment on as opposed to sensational NS headlines peppered with the 'alleged' word & no follow up of the child's injury. Quite bizarre you'd smear your own child's school which the NS love to assist with instead of the proper channels & smacks of the appalling claim culture in our society! Hatersgonnahate
  • Score: -21

11:45pm Thu 13 Mar 14

Rellen says...

I went to this school. nothing's changed it seems.
I went to this school. nothing's changed it seems. Rellen
  • Score: 3

11:53pm Thu 13 Mar 14

Hatersgonnahate says...

Rellen wrote:
I went to this school. nothing's changed it seems.
What you was allegedly sprayed in the face as well? Or just another soundbite? Perhaps it would be helpful if posters could elaborate on negative experiences rather than the stereotypical troll like comments giving credit to a 'alleged' incident that has no credibility or substance other than a disgruntled parent.
Why did Ofsted judge it as good if issues exists as you claim. During inspections parents can make their views made known, why wait to post an annoyomous sound bite now, very bizarre!
[quote][p][bold]Rellen[/bold] wrote: I went to this school. nothing's changed it seems.[/p][/quote]What you was allegedly sprayed in the face as well? Or just another soundbite? Perhaps it would be helpful if posters could elaborate on negative experiences rather than the stereotypical troll like comments giving credit to a 'alleged' incident that has no credibility or substance other than a disgruntled parent. Why did Ofsted judge it as good if issues exists as you claim. During inspections parents can make their views made known, why wait to post an annoyomous sound bite now, very bizarre! Hatersgonnahate
  • Score: -19

12:20am Fri 14 Mar 14

Rellen says...

Because you're happy with the school, you MUST make sure to defend it. Everyone else must be wrong.

Lots of people have said that there is a culture of bullying, people have said the same thing for a long time. It's got a reputation for it, whereas Bullerswood hasn't. Neither has Coopers.
Do you know how you don't deal with that? By denying it and shouting down the people who bring it up. Doh.
Also, the way that some of the teaching staff dealt with various issues informed the way that I wouldn't teach. Some of them were bigger bullies than the other girls.

On a separate note, why was the girl made to wait before seeking medical attention? Either they didn't know what was sprayed in her face, in which case seek medical advice, or they did know and in which case, seek medical advice. Having worked in schools, I can fully expect them to go into covering their own back/damage limitation mode.

Why would Ofsted judge a school as good if it wasn't? Where are you from ill-informed parent land? Ofsted inspections aren't everything, clearly.

http://www.dailymail
.co.uk/news/article-
2576961/Birmingham-s
chool-dubbed-Trojan-
Horse-Islamist-radic
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-promoting-notorious
-Al-Qaeda-recruitmen
t-agent.html
Because you're happy with the school, you MUST make sure to defend it. Everyone else must be wrong. Lots of people have said that there is a culture of bullying, people have said the same thing for a long time. It's got a reputation for it, whereas Bullerswood hasn't. Neither has Coopers. Do you know how you don't deal with that? By denying it and shouting down the people who bring it up. Doh. Also, the way that some of the teaching staff dealt with various issues informed the way that I wouldn't teach. Some of them were bigger bullies than the other girls. On a separate note, why was the girl made to wait before seeking medical attention? Either they didn't know what was sprayed in her face, in which case seek medical advice, or they did know and in which case, seek medical advice. Having worked in schools, I can fully expect them to go into covering their own back/damage limitation mode. Why would Ofsted judge a school as good if it wasn't? Where are you from ill-informed parent land? Ofsted inspections aren't everything, clearly. http://www.dailymail .co.uk/news/article- 2576961/Birmingham-s chool-dubbed-Trojan- Horse-Islamist-radic als-holds-assemblies -promoting-notorious -Al-Qaeda-recruitmen t-agent.html Rellen
  • Score: 26

3:17am Fri 14 Mar 14

Hatersgonnahate says...

Rellen wrote:
Because you're happy with the school, you MUST make sure to defend it. Everyone else must be wrong.

Lots of people have said that there is a culture of bullying, people have said the same thing for a long time. It's got a reputation for it, whereas Bullerswood hasn't. Neither has Coopers.
Do you know how you don't deal with that? By denying it and shouting down the people who bring it up. Doh.
Also, the way that some of the teaching staff dealt with various issues informed the way that I wouldn't teach. Some of them were bigger bullies than the other girls.

On a separate note, why was the girl made to wait before seeking medical attention? Either they didn't know what was sprayed in her face, in which case seek medical advice, or they did know and in which case, seek medical advice. Having worked in schools, I can fully expect them to go into covering their own back/damage limitation mode.

Why would Ofsted judge a school as good if it wasn't? Where are you from ill-informed parent land? Ofsted inspections aren't everything, clearly.

http://www.dailymail

.co.uk/news/article-

2576961/Birmingham-s

chool-dubbed-Trojan-

Horse-Islamist-radic

als-holds-assemblies

-promoting-notorious

-Al-Qaeda-recruitmen

t-agent.html
Never claimed or denied that, I just based my judgment on experience, observation & inspections. Your judgment is based on 'lots of people' & you seem to give credibility to your statement by quoting a sound used by a yellow cartoon character!

All schools at some time will suffer from bullying but your claims of other schools not suffering from it are simply not true....

http://www.thisisloc
allondon.co.uk/news/
topstories/655966.bu
llys_brutal_attack_f
ilmed_by_onlookers/

http://www.thefreeli
brary.com/Relationsh
ips%3A+Meeting+your+
school+bully+a+decad
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as...-a060143627

The way you teach is irrelevant.

If you saw evidence of teachers bullying why didn't you protect those children & use the schools whistle blowing policy?

Why do you assume the child didn't receive medical treatment from trained first aiders at the school?

You take it for granted that the persons face was completely burnt, blistered & peeling & left like that for 3 hours. Why go to a minor injuries unit and not a major burns unit or an A&E?

Schools I'm involved in pride ourselves in being open & transparent. You claim that you was witness to cover ups, can you elaborate? Was it a safeguarding issue?

My involvement & knowledge of Ofsted is not from a parents perspective but part of that process & privileged to the same data inspectors use.

The Daily Mail!!!! Really!!!!
Shall we start with the reports 'alleged' status or it's tiny relevance of a dozen 'alleged' schools against 1000's of others? What I find really sad though how you fail to see how a extreme right wing paper is using readers fears to whip up racial tension. Lastly it has no relevance to the significance of inspections used on the school in question.
[quote][p][bold]Rellen[/bold] wrote: Because you're happy with the school, you MUST make sure to defend it. Everyone else must be wrong. Lots of people have said that there is a culture of bullying, people have said the same thing for a long time. It's got a reputation for it, whereas Bullerswood hasn't. Neither has Coopers. Do you know how you don't deal with that? By denying it and shouting down the people who bring it up. Doh. Also, the way that some of the teaching staff dealt with various issues informed the way that I wouldn't teach. Some of them were bigger bullies than the other girls. On a separate note, why was the girl made to wait before seeking medical attention? Either they didn't know what was sprayed in her face, in which case seek medical advice, or they did know and in which case, seek medical advice. Having worked in schools, I can fully expect them to go into covering their own back/damage limitation mode. Why would Ofsted judge a school as good if it wasn't? Where are you from ill-informed parent land? Ofsted inspections aren't everything, clearly. http://www.dailymail .co.uk/news/article- 2576961/Birmingham-s chool-dubbed-Trojan- Horse-Islamist-radic als-holds-assemblies -promoting-notorious -Al-Qaeda-recruitmen t-agent.html[/p][/quote]Never claimed or denied that, I just based my judgment on experience, observation & inspections. Your judgment is based on 'lots of people' & you seem to give credibility to your statement by quoting a sound used by a yellow cartoon character! All schools at some time will suffer from bullying but your claims of other schools not suffering from it are simply not true.... http://www.thisisloc allondon.co.uk/news/ topstories/655966.bu llys_brutal_attack_f ilmed_by_onlookers/ http://www.thefreeli brary.com/Relationsh ips%3A+Meeting+your+ school+bully+a+decad e+later%3B+Allyson+w as...-a060143627 The way you teach is irrelevant. If you saw evidence of teachers bullying why didn't you protect those children & use the schools whistle blowing policy? Why do you assume the child didn't receive medical treatment from trained first aiders at the school? You take it for granted that the persons face was completely burnt, blistered & peeling & left like that for 3 hours. Why go to a minor injuries unit and not a major burns unit or an A&E? Schools I'm involved in pride ourselves in being open & transparent. You claim that you was witness to cover ups, can you elaborate? Was it a safeguarding issue? My involvement & knowledge of Ofsted is not from a parents perspective but part of that process & privileged to the same data inspectors use. The Daily Mail!!!! Really!!!! Shall we start with the reports 'alleged' status or it's tiny relevance of a dozen 'alleged' schools against 1000's of others? What I find really sad though how you fail to see how a extreme right wing paper is using readers fears to whip up racial tension. Lastly it has no relevance to the significance of inspections used on the school in question. Hatersgonnahate
  • Score: -27

11:19am Fri 14 Mar 14

theman321 says...

If she was that badly burnt she wouldn't have been going to Queen Mary's
If she was that badly burnt she wouldn't have been going to Queen Mary's theman321
  • Score: 11

12:50pm Fri 14 Mar 14

the wall says...

Hatersgonnahate wrote:
Rellen wrote:
I went to this school. nothing's changed it seems.
What you was allegedly sprayed in the face as well? Or just another soundbite? Perhaps it would be helpful if posters could elaborate on negative experiences rather than the stereotypical troll like comments giving credit to a 'alleged' incident that has no credibility or substance other than a disgruntled parent.
Why did Ofsted judge it as good if issues exists as you claim. During inspections parents can make their views made known, why wait to post an annoyomous sound bite now, very bizarre!
why wait to post an annoyomous sound bite now, very bizarre! says Hatersgonnahate.....
.... Strong the irony is in you.
[quote][p][bold]Hatersgonnahate[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rellen[/bold] wrote: I went to this school. nothing's changed it seems.[/p][/quote]What you was allegedly sprayed in the face as well? Or just another soundbite? Perhaps it would be helpful if posters could elaborate on negative experiences rather than the stereotypical troll like comments giving credit to a 'alleged' incident that has no credibility or substance other than a disgruntled parent. Why did Ofsted judge it as good if issues exists as you claim. During inspections parents can make their views made known, why wait to post an annoyomous sound bite now, very bizarre![/p][/quote]why wait to post an annoyomous sound bite now, very bizarre! says Hatersgonnahate..... .... Strong the irony is in you. the wall
  • Score: -12

4:42pm Fri 14 Mar 14

Hatersgonnahate says...

the wall wrote:
Hatersgonnahate wrote:
Rellen wrote:
I went to this school. nothing's changed it seems.
What you was allegedly sprayed in the face as well? Or just another soundbite? Perhaps it would be helpful if posters could elaborate on negative experiences rather than the stereotypical troll like comments giving credit to a 'alleged' incident that has no credibility or substance other than a disgruntled parent.
Why did Ofsted judge it as good if issues exists as you claim. During inspections parents can make their views made known, why wait to post an annoyomous sound bite now, very bizarre!
why wait to post an annoyomous sound bite now, very bizarre! says Hatersgonnahate.....

.... Strong the irony is in you.
Always makes me cringe when people confuse irony with hypocrisy, coincidence or arrogance.

Also quite amusing when they fail to realise the emphasis is not on the anonymity but on the 'sound bite', the fact that no one uses their real name is the glaring clue!

Now whilst discussing education issues someone gets irony so wrong!!! That's ironic, no deliciously ironic.
[quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hatersgonnahate[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rellen[/bold] wrote: I went to this school. nothing's changed it seems.[/p][/quote]What you was allegedly sprayed in the face as well? Or just another soundbite? Perhaps it would be helpful if posters could elaborate on negative experiences rather than the stereotypical troll like comments giving credit to a 'alleged' incident that has no credibility or substance other than a disgruntled parent. Why did Ofsted judge it as good if issues exists as you claim. During inspections parents can make their views made known, why wait to post an annoyomous sound bite now, very bizarre![/p][/quote]why wait to post an annoyomous sound bite now, very bizarre! says Hatersgonnahate..... .... Strong the irony is in you.[/p][/quote]Always makes me cringe when people confuse irony with hypocrisy, coincidence or arrogance. Also quite amusing when they fail to realise the emphasis is not on the anonymity but on the 'sound bite', the fact that no one uses their real name is the glaring clue! Now whilst discussing education issues someone gets irony so wrong!!! That's ironic, no deliciously ironic. Hatersgonnahate
  • Score: -22

5:19pm Fri 14 Mar 14

the wall says...

Hatersgonnahate wrote:
the wall wrote:
Hatersgonnahate wrote:
Rellen wrote:
I went to this school. nothing's changed it seems.
What you was allegedly sprayed in the face as well? Or just another soundbite? Perhaps it would be helpful if posters could elaborate on negative experiences rather than the stereotypical troll like comments giving credit to a 'alleged' incident that has no credibility or substance other than a disgruntled parent.
Why did Ofsted judge it as good if issues exists as you claim. During inspections parents can make their views made known, why wait to post an annoyomous sound bite now, very bizarre!
why wait to post an annoyomous sound bite now, very bizarre! says Hatersgonnahate.....


.... Strong the irony is in you.
Always makes me cringe when people confuse irony with hypocrisy, coincidence or arrogance.

Also quite amusing when they fail to realise the emphasis is not on the anonymity but on the 'sound bite', the fact that no one uses their real name is the glaring clue!

Now whilst discussing education issues someone gets irony so wrong!!! That's ironic, no deliciously ironic.
irony, hypocrisy, or arrogance you got bundles of these.
Wind your neck in love you're make a fool of yourself.
[quote][p][bold]Hatersgonnahate[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hatersgonnahate[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rellen[/bold] wrote: I went to this school. nothing's changed it seems.[/p][/quote]What you was allegedly sprayed in the face as well? Or just another soundbite? Perhaps it would be helpful if posters could elaborate on negative experiences rather than the stereotypical troll like comments giving credit to a 'alleged' incident that has no credibility or substance other than a disgruntled parent. Why did Ofsted judge it as good if issues exists as you claim. During inspections parents can make their views made known, why wait to post an annoyomous sound bite now, very bizarre![/p][/quote]why wait to post an annoyomous sound bite now, very bizarre! says Hatersgonnahate..... .... Strong the irony is in you.[/p][/quote]Always makes me cringe when people confuse irony with hypocrisy, coincidence or arrogance. Also quite amusing when they fail to realise the emphasis is not on the anonymity but on the 'sound bite', the fact that no one uses their real name is the glaring clue! Now whilst discussing education issues someone gets irony so wrong!!! That's ironic, no deliciously ironic.[/p][/quote]irony, hypocrisy, or arrogance you got bundles of these. Wind your neck in love you're make a fool of yourself. the wall
  • Score: -9

5:36pm Fri 14 Mar 14

Gypo.Joe says...

As far as I can see Hatersgonnahate has gone a whole day without mentioning the fire fairies.
Come on Haters don't let me down now.

I hear there a job for a left wing motor mouth at the RMT union going.
As far as I can see Hatersgonnahate has gone a whole day without mentioning the fire fairies. Come on Haters don't let me down now. I hear there a job for a left wing motor mouth at the RMT union going. Gypo.Joe
  • Score: -18

8:10pm Fri 14 Mar 14

Hatersgonnahate says...

the wall wrote:
Hatersgonnahate wrote:
the wall wrote:
Hatersgonnahate wrote:
Rellen wrote:
I went to this school. nothing's changed it seems.
What you was allegedly sprayed in the face as well? Or just another soundbite? Perhaps it would be helpful if posters could elaborate on negative experiences rather than the stereotypical troll like comments giving credit to a 'alleged' incident that has no credibility or substance other than a disgruntled parent.
Why did Ofsted judge it as good if issues exists as you claim. During inspections parents can make their views made known, why wait to post an annoyomous sound bite now, very bizarre!
why wait to post an annoyomous sound bite now, very bizarre! says Hatersgonnahate.....



.... Strong the irony is in you.
Always makes me cringe when people confuse irony with hypocrisy, coincidence or arrogance.

Also quite amusing when they fail to realise the emphasis is not on the anonymity but on the 'sound bite', the fact that no one uses their real name is the glaring clue!

Now whilst discussing education issues someone gets irony so wrong!!! That's ironic, no deliciously ironic.
irony, hypocrisy, or arrogance you got bundles of these.
Wind your neck in love you're make a fool of yourself.
Well that didn't get a reaction did it!!! Might need a hand reeling in this big one.

Yeah got bundles of those attributes that's why I mentioned them.

As for the sexist 'love' comment I'm male.

Yeah made a massive fool of myself in front of this huge audience, the recprecussions on my reputation & identity are crushing, I just don't know where to turn, pity everyone knows who I am & what I look like, I feel so foolish......really wish I hadn't educated you on irony & I wouldn't be in this embarrassing situation.
[quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hatersgonnahate[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]the wall[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Hatersgonnahate[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Rellen[/bold] wrote: I went to this school. nothing's changed it seems.[/p][/quote]What you was allegedly sprayed in the face as well? Or just another soundbite? Perhaps it would be helpful if posters could elaborate on negative experiences rather than the stereotypical troll like comments giving credit to a 'alleged' incident that has no credibility or substance other than a disgruntled parent. Why did Ofsted judge it as good if issues exists as you claim. During inspections parents can make their views made known, why wait to post an annoyomous sound bite now, very bizarre![/p][/quote]why wait to post an annoyomous sound bite now, very bizarre! says Hatersgonnahate..... .... Strong the irony is in you.[/p][/quote]Always makes me cringe when people confuse irony with hypocrisy, coincidence or arrogance. Also quite amusing when they fail to realise the emphasis is not on the anonymity but on the 'sound bite', the fact that no one uses their real name is the glaring clue! Now whilst discussing education issues someone gets irony so wrong!!! That's ironic, no deliciously ironic.[/p][/quote]irony, hypocrisy, or arrogance you got bundles of these. Wind your neck in love you're make a fool of yourself.[/p][/quote]Well that didn't get a reaction did it!!! Might need a hand reeling in this big one. Yeah got bundles of those attributes that's why I mentioned them. As for the sexist 'love' comment I'm male. Yeah made a massive fool of myself in front of this huge audience, the recprecussions on my reputation & identity are crushing, I just don't know where to turn, pity everyone knows who I am & what I look like, I feel so foolish......really wish I hadn't educated you on irony & I wouldn't be in this embarrassing situation. Hatersgonnahate
  • Score: -23

8:13pm Fri 14 Mar 14

Hatersgonnahate says...

Gypo.Joe wrote:
As far as I can see Hatersgonnahate has gone a whole day without mentioning the fire fairies.
Come on Haters don't let me down now.

I hear there a job for a left wing motor mouth at the RMT union going.
I've still got 4 hours yet :-)

despite what the right wing press thought of him I defy anyone to deny what unions have achieved.....

http://www.mirror.co
.uk/news/uk-news/bob
-crow-irritated-ever
yone-doing-3229847
[quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: As far as I can see Hatersgonnahate has gone a whole day without mentioning the fire fairies. Come on Haters don't let me down now. I hear there a job for a left wing motor mouth at the RMT union going.[/p][/quote]I've still got 4 hours yet :-) despite what the right wing press thought of him I defy anyone to deny what unions have achieved..... http://www.mirror.co .uk/news/uk-news/bob -crow-irritated-ever yone-doing-3229847 Hatersgonnahate
  • Score: -27

7:45pm Sat 15 Mar 14

tattman says...

I dont give a hoot what ofsted say about this school, i can assure you, what with teachers getting pupils up the duff and bullying the pupils, they are not a very good school at all !!! And I had the misfortune of two girls attend this poor excuse of a school !!!
I dont give a hoot what ofsted say about this school, i can assure you, what with teachers getting pupils up the duff and bullying the pupils, they are not a very good school at all !!! And I had the misfortune of two girls attend this poor excuse of a school !!! tattman
  • Score: 24

8:03pm Sun 16 Mar 14

lollie,erith says...

dont know why people take too much notice of ofsted. when they do turn up the staff run round for two days in fake land, pretending to be something theyre not. as for telling others to whistleblow on teachers who are bullying etc, you got to get others to back you up, and guess what, the parents dont want their kids in the firing line and therefore keep quiet. no cctv = no proof, unfortunately. we should be like the US and have cctv in the classrooms.
dont know why people take too much notice of ofsted. when they do turn up the staff run round for two days in fake land, pretending to be something theyre not. as for telling others to whistleblow on teachers who are bullying etc, you got to get others to back you up, and guess what, the parents dont want their kids in the firing line and therefore keep quiet. no cctv = no proof, unfortunately. we should be like the US and have cctv in the classrooms. lollie,erith
  • Score: 10

11:39am Mon 17 Mar 14

mouthalmighty says...

I've gone through a few of hatersgonnahate comments, and I feel that his command of the english language leaves a lot to be desired. Eg. Was instead of were. And recprecussions. What's that?
I've gone through a few of hatersgonnahate comments, and I feel that his command of the english language leaves a lot to be desired. Eg. Was instead of were. And recprecussions. What's that? mouthalmighty
  • Score: 5

1:15pm Mon 17 Mar 14

sarfflondonbird says...

Gypo.Joe wrote:
As far as I can see Hatersgonnahate has gone a whole day without mentioning the fire fairies.
Come on Haters don't let me down now.

I hear there a job for a left wing motor mouth at the RMT union going.
Why haven't you applied then? Apart from motormouth hgh, you could be the next contender.
[quote][p][bold]Gypo.Joe[/bold] wrote: As far as I can see Hatersgonnahate has gone a whole day without mentioning the fire fairies. Come on Haters don't let me down now. I hear there a job for a left wing motor mouth at the RMT union going.[/p][/quote]Why haven't you applied then? Apart from motormouth hgh, you could be the next contender. sarfflondonbird
  • Score: 12

1:26pm Mon 17 Mar 14

sarfflondonbird says...

mouthalmighty wrote:
I've gone through a few of hatersgonnahate comments, and I feel that his command of the english language leaves a lot to be desired. Eg. Was instead of were. And recprecussions. What's that?
No doubt in their defence it will be down to predictive type and not pbkac. (person between keyboard and chair) syndrome. After all, hgh has such a remarkable education, they are just too intellectual to be associating with us mere ignoramous people to be posting on threads for a mere paper such as news shopper. Makes you wonder why they read it!
[quote][p][bold]mouthalmighty[/bold] wrote: I've gone through a few of hatersgonnahate comments, and I feel that his command of the english language leaves a lot to be desired. Eg. Was instead of were. And recprecussions. What's that?[/p][/quote]No doubt in their defence it will be down to predictive type and not pbkac. (person between keyboard and chair) syndrome. After all, hgh has such a remarkable education, they are just too intellectual to be associating with us mere ignoramous people to be posting on threads for a mere paper such as news shopper. Makes you wonder why they read it! sarfflondonbird
  • Score: 15

10:00pm Mon 17 Mar 14

TrueBadBoy says...

To put this in a way everyone can understand : When a child is at ANY risk ... you do what is necessary to help that child. The school in this situation are wrong in the aspect of the non treatment for a substance they didn't know. When a child says they have been sprayed or caught in the face with some fluid or gas ... then says its burning, you seek medical attention straight away. This would be a health and safety guideline within all aspects of government departments and sub departments. The problem here is the lack of medical attention and not the schools ability to teach !
The school was negligent in the risk of the situation ... without knowing what said gas was, the proper thing to do and the warranted thing to do by health and safety guidelines is to seek medical attention, I think you will also find this is what a doctor or nurse would say in a hospital ... in fact I know it is !
To put this in a way everyone can understand : When a child is at ANY risk ... you do what is necessary to help that child. The school in this situation are wrong in the aspect of the non treatment for a substance they didn't know. When a child says they have been sprayed or caught in the face with some fluid or gas ... then says its burning, you seek medical attention straight away. This would be a health and safety guideline within all aspects of government departments and sub departments. The problem here is the lack of medical attention and not the schools ability to teach ! The school was negligent in the risk of the situation ... without knowing what said gas was, the proper thing to do and the warranted thing to do by health and safety guidelines is to seek medical attention, I think you will also find this is what a doctor or nurse would say in a hospital ... in fact I know it is ! TrueBadBoy
  • Score: 7

1:08am Tue 18 Mar 14

kelfinch says...

im the mum of the kid was hurt n if any1 wants to ask me sumthing then ring me 07803741634 my daughters face is scared from a result of a teacher from beaverwood thinking she was a medic no child is to blame as was a very stupid act between friends ...... any more info pls ring!!
im the mum of the kid was hurt n if any1 wants to ask me sumthing then ring me 07803741634 my daughters face is scared from a result of a teacher from beaverwood thinking she was a medic no child is to blame as was a very stupid act between friends ...... any more info pls ring!! kelfinch
  • Score: 7

1:15am Tue 18 Mar 14

kelfinch says...

Gavinp wrote:
“Everyone knows that is what you do with a burn, especially a substance that you didn't know what it was.

so you dont know what a substance is and every one knows that you put water on it? i certainly didnt know this is what happens if some one sprays you with a unknown substance...........

.....wheres the pictures of the peeling blistered face?
im the mum of the child a week to the day it happened her face is still blistered not as a result of stupid teenages playing with things they didn't understand what it was but down to teachers treating my daughter not knowing what the substance was it has burnt her face. she should of seen medical attention straight away. not 2 hours later when I was contacted. the reason why there is no pictures because we didn't want to cause more problems with the children responsible as it was not an attack.
[quote][p][bold]Gavinp[/bold] wrote: “Everyone knows that is what you do with a burn, especially a substance that you didn't know what it was. so you dont know what a substance is and every one knows that you put water on it? i certainly didnt know this is what happens if some one sprays you with a unknown substance........... .....wheres the pictures of the peeling blistered face?[/p][/quote]im the mum of the child a week to the day it happened her face is still blistered not as a result of stupid teenages playing with things they didn't understand what it was but down to teachers treating my daughter not knowing what the substance was it has burnt her face. she should of seen medical attention straight away. not 2 hours later when I was contacted. the reason why there is no pictures because we didn't want to cause more problems with the children responsible as it was not an attack. kelfinch
  • Score: 10

1:29pm Tue 18 Mar 14

Spurious1974 says...

The response by the school in this matter is not at all surprising. Given the lack of care and attention to detail that some teachers and Head teachers have in just teaching our children, their blasé attitude to this attack/accident (call it what you will) is not surprising.

Assume for the moment that it is an 'accident', unless the teaching staff are medical professionals or there is an onsite nurse with relevant training, at the very least an ambulance should have been called so that a trained medical professional could assess the extent of any injuries and advise on whether the victim should go onto hospital for further treatment.

This is another example of how schools are failing our children, failing educational standards, failing health and safety standards......
The response by the school in this matter is not at all surprising. Given the lack of care and attention to detail that some teachers and Head teachers have in just teaching our children, their blasé attitude to this attack/accident (call it what you will) is not surprising. Assume for the moment that it is an 'accident', unless the teaching staff are medical professionals or there is an onsite nurse with relevant training, at the very least an ambulance should have been called so that a trained medical professional could assess the extent of any injuries and advise on whether the victim should go onto hospital for further treatment. This is another example of how schools are failing our children, failing educational standards, failing health and safety standards...... Spurious1974
  • Score: 5

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