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Original message (posted by jarvo)
There were 'cowboy' male teachers in all secondary schools after the war and well into the mid sixties. Some were gentlemen with lots to offer; others were well out of their depth and did nothing but cause misery and fear.

We had a wonderful Art teacher, who, I suspect, had limited academic qualifications, but had a profound influence on every boy he taught. His talent for creativity and painting was second to none. And his stories of wartime Britain were a joy to hear.

R.I.P. John Heaton (Monty)

 
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