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(Telegraph)   Today's cute teacher caught in lay-by with sixth-form boy comes to us from Dumfries, Scotland (w/pic)   (telegraph.co.uk) divider line 67
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2013-01-10 10:58:38 PM
Not even the Scots know what any of those words mean, subby.
 
2013-01-10 11:51:01 PM
Eppie Sprung-Dawson sounds like a condition that even the strongest ointments can't cure.
 
2013-01-11 12:51:29 AM
"She improved my English a lot and taught me good techniques...."

I'll bet she did.
 
2013-01-11 01:31:27 AM
It was pretty farked up of them to print their wedding picture.
I'm pretty sure her husband feels bad enough already.
 
2013-01-11 01:48:54 AM

Mangoose: Not even the Scots know what any of those words mean, subby.


Especially cute

Not clicking, but being a "Fail" link, it's probably not a right bonnie set of tits either
 
2013-01-11 04:41:39 AM
Sprung.

/Nice.
 
2013-01-11 04:45:24 AM
One of cross beams got out of skew on treadle.
 
2013-01-11 04:49:42 AM
THIS IS AN OUTRAGE! I think ...
 
2013-01-11 04:50:12 AM
My favorite part from TFA: She has a number of positive reviews from pupils on the website ratemyteachers.com.

/ i bet she does!
 
2013-01-11 04:52:07 AM
OK, so the kid is a shape-shifter, I got that, the what's a lay-by? Is that slang for a quickie, kinda like "drive-by" is for shootings?
 
2013-01-11 04:54:53 AM
HOT for the teacher.

Van Halen said it best.
 
2013-01-11 04:55:00 AM
lay by

definition: pull-off: designated paved area beside a main road where cars can stop temporarily.
wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn
 
2013-01-11 04:55:08 AM
Nice touch including a male teacher who got 4 years for texting. They probably caught her riding the baloney pony naked and she'll get a 2 week suspension with pay. Unless her father in law reaches out to the judge and gets her 20 years, no parole, inside. Cheaper than a divorce.
 
2013-01-11 04:59:01 AM
I think we need translation.

Roman-Catholic school? So, she swallows?
 
2013-01-11 04:59:40 AM

OscarTamerz: and she'll get a 2 week suspension with pay. Unless her father in law reaches out to the judge and gets her 20 years, no parole, inside. Cheaper than a divorce.


Not a Catholic school teacher, no. That's a firing. And if her father-in-law can do that from beyond the grave, all the power to him.
 
2013-01-11 05:00:11 AM
"sixth-form" ... "lay-by" .... What the hell is this, subby? Speak American!

//the universal language of the internet.
 
2013-01-11 05:01:59 AM
So, like, Scottish cute...
 
2013-01-11 05:02:14 AM

redundantman: "sixth-form" ... "lay-by" .... What the hell is this, subby? Speak American 'Merican!

//the universal language of the internet.


FTFY
 
2013-01-11 05:03:58 AM
The real question is what kind of a jerk drops a dime and ruins the students fun.
 
2013-01-11 05:05:04 AM
It's called GET A ROOM.
 
2013-01-11 05:06:05 AM

planes: lay by

definition: pull-off: designated paved area beside a main road where cars can stop temporarily.
wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn


So she's totally paved? Rawr.
 
2013-01-11 05:07:49 AM

HotWingAgenda: planes: lay by

definition: pull-off: designated paved area beside a main road where cars can stop temporarily.
wordnetweb.princeton.edu/perl/webwn

So she's totally paved? Rawr.


+1
 
2013-01-11 05:15:18 AM

John's Long Mustache: The real question is what kind of a jerk drops a dime and ruins the students fun.


One that also had a hankering for her and got jealous
 
2013-01-11 05:20:24 AM

donnielove: So, like, Scottish cute..


cache2.allpostersimages.com
Hotter than not
 
2013-01-11 05:28:56 AM
Sixth Form:

In the UK the young 'uns leave secondary school (high school) at 16 having sat general education certificate exams and go on to Sixth Form either at the same school or a new college for two years (11th and 12th grade) for A levels, then University / College after for whatever.

After high school they can drop out of education, take up an apprenticeship or do a general vocational qualification at college with a work placement.
 
2013-01-11 05:38:18 AM
I wish more of these stories would include ratemyteacher stories, just for color.

Also, when did that become a thing? I remember ratemyprof going way back, but not ratemyteacher....
 
2013-01-11 05:39:06 AM

Apos: "She improved my English a lot and taught me good techniques...."

I'll bet she did.


One described her as a "legend", adding: "She improved my English a lot and taught me good techniques and she made me read more. She tried to make her lessons as fun as possible." Another said: "Miss Sprung is amazing! She was such a laugh at the panto."

Apparently when you are doing her 6th form-style, she's amazing and will make you panto all night long in the lay-by with those techniques, as well.

/meh...that felt forced at the end
 
2013-01-11 05:44:27 AM

DanZero: Not clicking, but being a "Fail" link, it's probably not a right bonnie set of tits either


Let me save you the trouble:

images3.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2013-01-11 05:45:02 AM
I recognize the words as English, but that's about it.
 
2013-01-11 06:08:07 AM
Sixformer? I always wanted that Rubix cube of a Decepticon...
 
2013-01-11 06:09:49 AM
I wonder what "Scottish cute" looks like.
clicks.
eh, better than British cute. looks a lot older than 26 to me.
 
2013-01-11 06:10:00 AM

bazzanoid: In the UK the young 'uns leave secondary school (high school) at 16 having sat general education certificate exams and go on to Sixth Form either at the same school or a new college for two years (11th and 12th grade) for A levels, then University / College after for whatever.


Close, but no cigar.

In England pupils spend six years in primary school (Y1 - Y6) and then seven years in secondary education (Y7 - 13 or, in the old money, 1st form - 5th form, lower sixth and upper sixth). It is, as you say, very common for pupils to move for the sixth form (Y12 & 13)

In Scotland pupils spend seven years in primary school (P1 - P7) and then, traditionally, five years in secondary school (S1 - S5) before going off to university, where courses are all one year longer than the English equivalents. The sixth year at secondary school (S6) is taken by only a minority of pupils, though it's a growing minority as it's now unusual to go to university after S5. The university courses still have the extra year, though. Sixth form colleges are very unusual in Scotland, and most pupils stay at the same school if they do a sixth year.

TL;DR: "Sixth year" pupils at Scottish schools are on average six months older than "sixth form" pupils at English schools.

STL;SDR: Lunch lady Doris ... Grease me up!
 
2013-01-11 06:15:48 AM

orbister: bazzanoid: In the UK the young 'uns leave secondary school (high school) at 16 having sat general education certificate exams and go on to Sixth Form either at the same school or a new college for two years (11th and 12th grade) for A levels, then University / College after for whatever.

Close, but no cigar.

In England pupils spend six years in primary school (Y1 - Y6) and then seven years in secondary education (Y7 - 13 or, in the old money, 1st form - 5th form, lower sixth and upper sixth). It is, as you say, very common for pupils to move for the sixth form (Y12 & 13)

In Scotland pupils spend seven years in primary school (P1 - P7) and then, traditionally, five years in secondary school (S1 - S5) before going off to university, where courses are all one year longer than the English equivalents. The sixth year at secondary school (S6) is taken by only a minority of pupils, though it's a growing minority as it's now unusual to go to university after S5. The university courses still have the extra year, though. Sixth form colleges are very unusual in Scotland, and most pupils stay at the same school if they do a sixth year.

TL;DR: "Sixth year" pupils at Scottish schools are on average six months older than "sixth form" pupils at English schools.

STL;SDR: Lunch lady Doris ... Grease me up!


And "sixth form" pupils in England are usually 16 - 18, so if they're slightly older in Scotland then this pupil would have probably been over the age of consent (16) especially considering December is halfway through the school year. She'll lose her job but won't do any time ... I don't think she's broken a law so it was a bit strange to draw the parallel with the teacher that seduced and texted a 15 year old.
 
2013-01-11 06:28:04 AM

DuncanMhor: donnielove: So, like, Scottish cute..

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Hotter than not


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2013-01-11 06:33:54 AM
Another pupil called officers after seeing them pull in, it is claimed.

Someone was jealous
 
2013-01-11 06:36:52 AM
cdn.malaysiandigest.com

She's got googly eyes or something
 
2013-01-11 07:01:14 AM

TommyymmoT: It was pretty farked up of them to print their wedding picture.
I'm pretty sure her husband feels bad enough already.


Was thinking the same thing. Why not print off a copy of their vows and highlight exactly which ones she broke?
 
2013-01-11 07:05:27 AM
If it's not Scottish it's crap!
 
2013-01-11 07:07:37 AM
Cute?? She's got a beard!!
 
2013-01-11 07:08:59 AM

donnielove: So, like, Scottish cute...


Scottish Cute: Would Craig Ferguson hit it? Maybe ask him
 
2013-01-11 07:11:09 AM
If I had an in-law that was a former solicitor-general, I'd walk a very straight and narrow path indeed.
 
2013-01-11 07:15:26 AM

abhorrent1: [cdn.malaysiandigest.com image 358x285]

She's got googly eyes or something


www.starscolor.com

Am I the only one?
 
2013-01-11 07:19:30 AM
The sixth form of lay-by is the reverse cowgirl. Difficult to stick the landing in the back seat of a car.
 
2013-01-11 07:29:59 AM
In other words, he got a chuzzwuzzin didgeridoo, threw a shrimp on the barbie, and droive that tankah, mate?
 
2013-01-11 07:34:00 AM

Feed_The_Walrus: And "sixth form" pupils in England are usually 16 - 18, so if they're slightly older in Scotland then this pupil would have probably been over the age of consent (16) especially considering December is halfway through the school year.


In England you start school when you'll have your fifth birthday is Y1, so you have your 16th birthday in Y12 and your 17th birthday in Y13.

Scotland starts education 6 months older, so you enter Primary 1 in Scotland when you are between 4 1/2 and 5 1/2, and enter S6 between 16 1/2 and 17 1/2.

I'd forgotten that; it means that a Scottish 6th year pupil will be on average a full year older than an English sixth former: 6 months because school starts later and 6 months because there are two sixth forms and one sixth year.

However ... although the age of consent in Scotland is 16 normally, it's 18 if the other party is in a position of authority over you. If they were getting up to naughties in the car, she's potentially in deep doo-doo.
 
2013-01-11 07:42:12 AM
Wth is a lay by?
 
2013-01-11 07:44:20 AM
a1.ec-images.myspacecdn.com

/that is all
 
2013-01-11 08:22:45 AM
I don't get it. It only says they pulled off into a lay-by. It does not state that they were 'caught' doing 'anything'.

Could it be that the kid got his heart broken really badly or she broke up a fight and removed him from the scene to cool things off and talk with him about it?

/hopes not
/bow chicka a bow wow
 
2013-01-11 08:26:34 AM

I_ROUTE: abhorrent1: [cdn.malaysiandigest.com image 358x285]

She's got googly eyes or something

[www.starscolor.com image 526x600]

Am I the only one?


No, you're just ahead of the rest of us.
 
2013-01-11 08:33:32 AM

Feed_The_Walrus: orbister: bazzanoid: In the UK the young 'uns leave secondary school (high school) at 16 having sat general education certificate exams and go on to Sixth Form either at the same school or a new college for two years (11th and 12th grade) for A levels, then University / College after for whatever.

Close, but no cigar.

In England pupils spend six years in primary school (Y1 - Y6) and then seven years in secondary education (Y7 - 13 or, in the old money, 1st form - 5th form, lower sixth and upper sixth). It is, as you say, very common for pupils to move for the sixth form (Y12 & 13)

In Scotland pupils spend seven years in primary school (P1 - P7) and then, traditionally, five years in secondary school (S1 - S5) before going off to university, where courses are all one year longer than the English equivalents. The sixth year at secondary school (S6) is taken by only a minority of pupils, though it's a growing minority as it's now unusual to go to university after S5. The university courses still have the extra year, though. Sixth form colleges are very unusual in Scotland, and most pupils stay at the same school if they do a sixth year.

TL;DR: "Sixth year" pupils at Scottish schools are on average six months older than "sixth form" pupils at English schools.

STL;SDR: Lunch lady Doris ... Grease me up!

And "sixth form" pupils in England are usually 16 - 18, so if they're slightly older in Scotland then this pupil would have probably been over the age of consent (16) especially considering December is halfway through the school year. She'll lose her job but won't do any time ... I don't think she's broken a law so it was a bit strange to draw the parallel with the teacher that seduced and texted a 15 year old.


Don't Scottish students take their OWLs at the end of fifth year and their NEWTs at the end of the seventh?
 
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