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the stait off englesh skools ar rearly verry goode" i was tort grama in 1 off the bestest skols in the cuntry? and they're were a emfasis on maffs. soon i lerned fat 2 + 2 ekwals 22 and 2 - 2 ekwals bugger all.i Fink u is gonna lick wot yoo se ova ere.we got sum good techers ere wen thay ar ere eneway cos sum of em av jus bin ta tha usA fur a conphrence. [ bet ya didnt fink i culd speel conphrence did ya} 20 of em went ta arizonea fur 60 grande ov my taxis.
At University you do the subject of your choice. Just one subject.
Beaver, teaching spelling and grammar was abolished under Mrs Thatcher and re-established under Blair. Gotcha!
QuoteBeaver, teaching spelling and grammar was abolished under Mrs Thatcher and re-established under Blair. Gotcha!Not at any of the schools my daughter went to it wasn't. It may have been abolished in Northern schools as Mrs Thatcher probably realised there was no point trying to teach you lot to write & spell properly!
Between 1998 and 2002 there were, on average, 2,100 fires per year in educational establishments in the United Kingdom, of which 1,500 per year (74%) occurred in schools. This equates to almost 30 fires in schools each week.
Each year in the United States, an average of 5,500 structure fires occur in educational institutions—public, private, and parochial schools where students attend during the day only [2001/2 statistics].