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coyote

Halifax, Canada

#1527 Jun 22, 2013
oh molly-- you get so stupid when envy and jealousy overwhelm your emotions---- why don't you read one of your old Ph.d. thesis and realize at one time you may have had a clue ?????
coyote

Halifax, Canada

#1529 Jun 22, 2013
fizzy old pal-- is it you do not consider yourself a deflector ?'pears from here you are the master of deflection in that I realize you accept z-man is as I have presented but you side with 'ol molly and talk about zwacko etc.! Cannot you accept molly's zwacko is not the z-man ?
MaltaMon

Emmaus, PA

#1530 Jun 22, 2013
coyote wrote:
oh molly-- you get so stupid when envy and jealousy overwhelm your emotions---- why don't you read one of your old Ph.d. thesis and realize at one time you may have had a clue ?????
Lol. Tell me, old queen, what exactly is it about DJW that you believes makes me envious? Be specific. I've looked and looked, and I have found nothing about this weird obsessive gay freak to envy.
Rush

Nebraska City, NE

#1534 Jun 24, 2013
LineDazzle wrote:
Stories from experienceproject are often fake, or even perverse, idiotic pedophilic DJW!
Why do you say this stuff to him here, but on the other site you are all mad at me because of what I said to him?
djw

Scunthorpe, UK

#1536 Jun 25, 2013
coyote wrote:
fizzy old pal-- is it you do not consider yourself a deflector ?'pears from here you are the master of deflection in that I realize you accept z-man is as I have presented but you side with 'ol molly and talk about zwacko etc.! Cannot you accept molly's zwacko is not the z-man ?
This is no time to go Corr's Light Don Coyote. Mollyman is now tired of Canada blocking your and Bob's extradition to Paedophilidelphia Penis-sylvania to answer the trumped up charges you face.

Molly is now biking it to Vancouver in his extraordinary rendition attempt!



He and Fine Frazzle are making it to Queenbec to campaign for bare bottom paddlings in schools, naked press ups in the changing rooms, for communal boys showers to be viewed on TV via CCTV, along with Boot Camp skinny dipping off Nova Scotia, naked weigh-ins for educational wrestling projects as well as nudity clauses in students contracts for those who enrol for Art school or take a drama lesson!

Do not "Rush" to No-Bra-ska Bob as Molly and Fine Frazzle are now on their bio-degradable Tandem and are at the Viagra Falls on the border as I write ;-)
zuiko

UK

#1537 Jun 29, 2013
why does molly deceive us.? he should not have enrolled his son into the catholic churches wrestling gala.
djw

Southampton, UK

#1538 Jul 1, 2013
Dylan Johns wrote:
They have been a staple of many older generations, and have slowly diminished in recent times, but from the next academic year in Wales, many larger schools must return to the school shower as part of the PE curriculum. This should not be a problem as almost all still have the facility to do so even though a lot have not been used. During summer holiday time, many will be simply refurbished up to standard for daily use again.
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My history of Girl’s P.E. in the 60′s was kind of like the military. You had a uniform, you had to shower, and you had to line-up naked before you were handed a small white hand-towel to dry-off. The teacher was at the head of the line, grade-book in hand, ready to give you a check mark and a towel. No checks after your name, no good grade in P.E.

This was my experience in 1967, 1968 and 1969 — from 7th grade through 9th grade, from ages 13 to 15. You also had locker checks. I had to have an emergency kit in there, just in case puberty hit and I became a young woman. I will spare you the details.

There was a lot of peer pressure in the girl’s locker room — you knew who wore a bra, who didn’t, and who was well-endowed. Everyone wore “nylons,” garter belts, pettie-pants and dresses.

For P.E. you dressed in a heavy white cotton shirt that snapped up the front with your name embroidered across it, royal blue shorts that snapped up the side with your name embroidered on the leg. You had to purchase these at the neighborhood store, called “Faye’s Fashionette.” On Fridays, you had to take them home in your drawstring gym bag (I made mine in home-economics) and wash them.

If you forgot to bring them back on Monday, you were shamed and given an “F” for the day. Oh, the dread of forgetting your gym clothes. If I think back on this whole experience I am questioning the whole “line up naked routine.” Didn’t the teacher think this was a little too personal? She was strict about it. The towel she handed you was about the size of a small kitchen towel.


My P.E. teachers from the 60′s were a bit scary and I did as I was told. You had very little time to dress-out and show up on the field in line, in your “squad.” There were push-ups, sit-ups and burpees and the 12 minute timed-run, and a stupid game called Speedball (football for girls, you wore flags hanging from your hips.) I liked athletics, so I endured the military fashion of it all.

Here’s two of these Sargents from Clark Jr. High in Southern California, where I reported for three years: Miss MacDonald and Mrs. Cryer

I went through Junior high, in California, the same years. Everything you mention is exactly how I remember it. Although we got to take our towel to the showers with us, and try and hold it up in from of the stall opening to give us some degree of privacy while the water sprayed all over us. They barely wrapped around us. Heaven forbid we had P.E. first period.

•http://www.blogger.com/profil e/03817566692333650469 Leslie
great photos! Had I grown up in the 60′s ~ I would have totally flunked gym. Even in the late 80′s .. my girl friends and I would cut gym because we didn’t want to have to share the shower with the other girls. ewwww. lol

61 to 65 for me. Yep, exactly the same and a good portion of those PE tachers were lesbians. Wouldn’t fly today for sure! I can remember how painful it was and then they’d weight you once a year and scream out the number, your number to an assistant across the room. Holy cow! It was darn near unconstitutional.

Maltamom Fight for sex-changes in Penis-sylvania. The repal of the Defence of marriage Act should aid your cause in the shower room!
djw

Scunthorpe, UK

#1539 Jul 3, 2013
Katie Woodhill wrote:
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Hello Dylan, I must say I was surprised to find this out, but this is what sounds like a devolved Wales only decision and nothing to do with UK curriculum generally. I hope that this does not genuinely mean a return to the old compulsion on the showers issue, which is just not acceptable in the school environment these days. I don't have a problem if they want to keep things in working order for those that want to take them, or don't mind. That is their choice to make, freely. The subject still seems a bit ambiguous to me on what is really going to be expected with this. In the current climate of local authority cuts in basic services, the added expense of this topic strikes me as a strange priority at this point in time just from the potential financial aspect, never mind the social acceptance side of it.
Thanks.
Shower Doors - Protecting Privacy
Shower doors have been introduced to most communal showers as privacy is protected.

Shower doors haven't always been used in schools, swimming baths and gyms. Although nowadays it's rare to find a communal shower room without shower doors. The move to install shower doors into communal shower areas is symptomatic of our society – where privacy and safety are now paramount. It's not surprising then that Eton College installed shower cubicles with shower doors back in 1999. Public schools have always struggled with their image when it comes to public showers – with stories and allegations often emerging around humiliation or unwanted attention. The move to install individual cubicles fitted with shower doors however was introduced as a result of government guidelines.

Shower Doors Recommended
Government guidelines on building standards in schools now state that shower cubicles and shower doors should be used not only to protect pupils' privacy but to respect their religious sensitivities. Schools across the country became more aware of Islamic sensitivities after receiving complaints that communal showers without shower doors breached Islamic law – which has specific rules on nakedness. Shower cubicles and shower doors take up more space, but the communal shower of the Victorian public school-era seems to be a thing of the past. Today, many children would be horrified at the prospect of communal showers as expectations have changed.

Shower Doors – Respecting Privacy
It isn't just public schools that have triggered a debate over shower doors – prisons also throw up the communal shower cliché. Socialist MSP Carolyn Leckie felt so strongly about conditions for prisoners – including their showering facilities – that she spent a night behind bars after being arrested at a demonstration. Ms Leckie said that women in prisons were having their spirits crushed by the penal system and little gestures could offer them some hope, helping rehabilitation. As well as having clothes and personal items removed and replaced with generic tracksuit bottoms and shirts, Ms Leckie complained there were no locks on the shower doors or toilets, and that the shower doors only filled half the door space.

Respecting Human Rights
Having shower doors expresses basic human rights in today's culture where privacy and space is respected. For many, it isn't just a matter of respecting religious differences, but communal showers can strike fear into those who have body-issues or self esteem problems about their weight for example. For children especially, showering without shower doors could be traumatic.

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do Jolly watch

Southampton, UK

#1540 Jul 9, 2013
Phil wrote:
"but from the next academic year in Wales, many larger schools must return to the school shower as part of the PE curriculum"
I've seen no evidence of this.
Where did you see this?
It is time these arbitrary rules on school showers were banned in the UK.

Here is a school which forces pupils to take showers!

http://www.hamblecollege.co.uk/index.php...

Girls’ PE Kit

•Navy blue shorts (plain, no logos or detailing)
•Navy and white polo shirt (with College logo available from Skoolkit)
•Blue sports socks and white ankle socks
•Trainers (non-marking soles)
•Towel for showering
•One piece swimming costume in navy blue and a swimming cap
•Navy blue tracksuits bottoms (plain, no logos or detailing)
•Navy blue rugby style shirt (available from Skoolkit)

Boys’ PE Kit

•Navy blue shorts (plain, no logos or detailing)
•Navy and white polo shirt (with College logo available from Skoolkit)
•Blue sports socks and white ankle socks
•Trainers (non- marking soles)
•Towel for showering
•Swimming trunks in navy blue and a swimming cap
•Navy blue tracksuit bottoms (plain, no logos or detailing)
•Navy blue rugby style shirt (available from Skoolkit)
•Studded football boots

Here is an excellent school that doesnt force pupils to have showers and allows them to wear lots of optional layers!

http://www.perins.net/sports-desk/pe-kit/

&#9632;White polo shirts. Good quality shirts are available from school embroidered with the Perins logo, but these are not essential. Plain white polo shirts are acceptable.
&#9632;Rugby Shirt – navy blue and reversible, with a white stripe with Perins School logo (available from the School Supplier, via the school office)
&#9632;Navy Shorts
&#9632;Navy football socks
&#9632;Trainers (skateboard shoes are unacceptable)
&#9632;White sports socks
&#9632;Shin Pads
&#9632;Navy tracksuit bottoms. These should be plain although we realise that small / subtle logos are often unavoidable.
&#9632;Mouthguards (a dentist comes into school at the start of the year to take fittings for moulded mouthguards which cost £20. Cheaper alternatives which can be bought from sports shops are very acceptable).
PE kit is available for sale at our induction day in June and can be ordered at other times from the school office.

ADDITIONAL KIT

&#9632;Hoodie
&#9632;Rain Jacket
&#9632;Baselayer
&#9632;Tracksuit trousers
&#9632;Fleece
&#9632;Rugby Shorts
&#9632; Rugby / Football / Hockey Socks
We also strongly recommended football boots, navy sun hat, navy woolly hat and navy gloves. We are not able to supply these.

Notice boys are not forced to buy football boots or swimming trunks. Rugby shirts are not limited to boys. There are no showers and you can wear base layer under your shirts as well as tracksuits, fleeces, hoodies, coats and rain jackets on top.

This is a welcome change from gender discrimination and skimpy pe kits.

I commend this uniform for perrins to Line Dazzle and the UK

Since: Jan 13

Location hidden

#1541 Jul 9, 2013
djw wrote:
<quoted text>
Shower Doors - Protecting Privacy
Shower doors have been introduced to most communal showers as privacy is protected.
Shower doors haven't always been used in schools, swimming baths and gyms. Although nowadays it's rare to find a communal shower room without shower doors. The move to install shower doors into communal shower areas is symptomatic of our society – where privacy and safety are now paramount. It's not surprising then that Eton College installed shower cubicles with shower doors back in 1999. Public schools have always struggled with their image when it comes to public showers – with stories and allegations often emerging around humiliation or unwanted attention. The move to install individual cubicles fitted with shower doors however was introduced as a result of government guidelines.
Shower Doors Recommended
Government guidelines on building standards in schools now state that shower cubicles and shower doors should be used not only to protect pupils' privacy but to respect their religious sensitivities. Schools across the country became more aware of Islamic sensitivities after receiving complaints that communal showers without shower doors breached Islamic law – which has specific rules on nakedness. Shower cubicles and shower doors take up more space, but the communal shower of the Victorian public school-era seems to be a thing of the past. Today, many children would be horrified at the prospect of communal showers as expectations have changed.
Shower Doors – Respecting Privacy
It isn't just public schools that have triggered a debate over shower doors – prisons also throw up the communal shower cliché. Socialist MSP Carolyn Leckie felt so strongly about conditions for prisoners – including their showering facilities – that she spent a night behind bars after being arrested at a demonstration. Ms Leckie said that women in prisons were having their spirits crushed by the penal system and little gestures could offer them some hope, helping rehabilitation. As well as having clothes and personal items removed and replaced with generic tracksuit bottoms and shirts, Ms Leckie complained there were no locks on the shower doors or toilets, and that the shower doors only filled half the door space.
Respecting Human Rights
Having shower doors expresses basic human rights in today's culture where privacy and space is respected. For many, it isn't just a matter of respecting religious differences, but communal showers can strike fear into those who have body-issues or self esteem problems about their weight for example. For children especially, showering without shower doors could be traumatic.
Looking for Shower Doors? Speak to HeatandPlumb.com
If you need expert advice or to find out more about the range of showers, plumbing and heating accessories on offer from HeatandPlumb.com , just call 0871 272 22 22 or fill in our online enquiry form.
I don't think Molly would like shower doors because he is in favour of males seeing each other naked, as one can see from his posts at the beginning of this topic.
In fact he goes so far to say that boys who don't want to be seen naked by other males have psychological problems. Which shows what a depraved pedo-homo he is.
MaltaMon

Philadelphia, PA

#1542 Jul 9, 2013
Zuiko wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't think Molly would like shower doors because he is in favour of males seeing each other naked, as one can see from his posts at the beginning of this topic.
In fact he goes so far to say that boys who don't want to be seen naked by other males have psychological problems. Which shows what a depraved pedo-homo he is.
It's not clever enough by half You're too late responding as Zwacko to your own depraved post as DJW. You silly old queen.
Maltamon

Manchester, UK

#1543 Jul 10, 2013
Zuiko wrote:
<quoted text>
I don't think Molly would like shower doors because he is in favour of males seeing each other naked, as one can see from his posts at the beginning of this topic.
In fact he goes so far to say that boys who don't want to be seen naked by other males have psychological problems. Which shows what a depraved pedo-homo he is.
Molly loves shower doors especially the transparent ones Zuiko with CCTV cameras in the shower head.

But you are right he loves the man-love in the shower room after a naked wrestling match he is on Paedophiladelphia sicko!
Monsignor Molly

Torquay, UK

#1544 Jul 12, 2013
When I was Father of the Penis-sylvanian Roman Catholic school I used to organise showers after choir practice- Phil was my favourite student.

Will you release me from the violence of the confessional Cardinal Line Dazzle
Dont just Wash

Wolverhampton, UK

#1545 Jul 14, 2013
Phil wrote:
"but from the next academic year in Wales, many larger schools must return to the school shower as part of the PE curriculum"
I've seen no evidence of this.
Where did you see this?
America is the source of all evil in the world particularly Penis-sylvania. The high school shower enfoced by detention is the precursor to Guantanamo bay style forced nudity!

http://rmhs.d214.org/academics/pe_policy_and_...

BELL SCHEDULEStudents will be allowed five (5) minutes after the passing bell to dress and report for attendance. Students will be allowed seven (7) minutes at the end of class period to shower and change clothes. Class does not end when the shower bell rings; their teachers will dismiss students to the locker room ALL STUDENTS MUST GO TO LOCKER ROOM AND REMAIN IN THE "HOLDING AREA" UNTIL DISMISSED BY THE SUPERVISER. STUDENTS WHO "CUT OUT" EARLY WILL BE ASSIGNED DETENTIONS.
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TARDINESS POLICYStudents are expected to be at their specified attendance area (5) minutes after the bell sounds for the passing period. If a student is tardy, he/she must present a pass to the teacher.
1st- unexcused – Teacher will warn student
2nd-unexcused – Teacher will adding one (1) detention to be served with the teacher
3rd- unexcused – Teacher will send student to physical education division head. Student will be assigned two (2) detentions. Teacher will contact parents
4th- unexcused- student will be sent to the physical education division head. Student will be assigned four (4) detentions, a call to the parents and referred to the dean of students

ATTENDENCE/MAKE-UP POLICYEach physical education class period has an overall effect on the fitness, health, and wellness of students. A major portion of a student’s grade will depend on improvement in health related fitness. Therefore, it is very important students attend class daily. When a student misses class and is excused by the attendance office. The teacher may require the student to make-up work that was missed. If a student is unexcused (cut or truant), two (2) make-ups will be assigned for each unexcused absence and must be completed but the last week of the quarter or a failing grade will be issued at the end of the grading period. Each make-up will be 30 minutes in length. The student must sign in the PE office as well as on Fitlinxx. Students should make arrangements with their teachers for the make-up work. After school make-up sessions will be scheduled throughout the grading period

LOCKER ROOM/PHYSICAL EDUCATION FACILTIES PROCEDURESALL students will dress in the locker room. Books, purses, etc., should be LOCKED in the lockers during the class period. Students should not bring valuable to participation areas.
NO food or drink is allowed in the locker room, track, gym, fitness center, or field house.
NO glass containers are allowed in the locker room.
NO aerosol cans are allowed in the locker room.
Students MUST report to the locker room after class to change clothes and MUST remain in a designated area until dismissed by a teacher.
RMHS is not responsible for items lost or stolen. All lost or stolen items need to be reported to your teacher and the school police counselor

PHYSICAL EDUCATION DRESS REQUIREMENTSIt is expected that students wear the required PE T-shirt purchased during registration. Name block provided will require first initial and last name of the student written in permanent marker. Lost shirts will be replaced for a $10.00 fee, the purchase of a new shirt. Loaner shirts, shorts and shoes will be provided for students who do not have them for a particular day, details are listed below. It is expected that students will wear gym shorts or sweat pants, PE T-shirt, sweat socks, and gym shoes.

No wonder the maltamon remains in the locker until excused by Line Dazzle!
do jockstraps work

Knaresborough, UK

#1546 Aug 7, 2013
Chris Britcher
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
7:49 PM
Remember them? Remember the humiliation?
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For thousands of youngsters the upcoming summer holiday holds some anxiety as they leave the warm bosom of primary education and dive into the big wide world of secondary schools.
There they will find themselves brushing shoulders with students who tower so high above them and sprout such extensive facial hair, it is often difficult to work out who is the sixth former and who the fresh faced teacher just out of training college.
They will find themselves a long way from the cosy little compact schools they are used to – instead having to traipse across vast sprawling complexes bursting with exotic rooms dedicated to the study of science, metal work and foreign languages; all Bunsen burners and cutting devices.
Yet for all their concerns, all their fretting, they should consider themselves very fortunate indeed.
Because just a few short decades ago moving to secondary school meant one, blood-curdling, spine-shivering, gut-wrenching experience awaited you. The communal shower.
Now, before anyone jumps to any hasty conclusions, I’m not suggesting anything untoward went on in any shower that I ever frequented during my school days (well, at least nothing that I or the playground grapevine ever offered up in terms of juicy gossip and that sort of thing would have carried a very high currency). But the prospect of having to take a shower after every PE and games lesson was enough to give me countless sleepless nights.
Today, however, the very thought of it is almost laughable.
Can you imagine the issues around games teachers having to shepherd pre-pubescent and, indeed, pubescent, boys and girls through the jets of lukewarm water in this day and age?
I would imagine every boy in the school would find it hilarious to shove their naked chums into the poor unsuspecting teacher on duty only for the entire classroom to yell ‘child abuse’ at the top of their voices and leave the red-faced teacher with some unnecessary explaining to do.
I’m not sure who would hate it more – the kids or the staff.
You’d have to have cameras covering all areas to ensure any claim could be corroborated. And can you imagine having to word the consent form?
‘Dear teacher, I give/do not give permission for the school to video my 12-year-old son/daughter as they take a shower with their fellow classmates and view it as and when necessary.’
It’s impossible to imagine.
Not, of course, that there was any point in the first place.
Of course, the principle was always sound. Making a classroom of stinking teenage boys fresh from working up a sweat on the football field have a shower and freshen up makes all the sense in the world.
But it was never a pleasurable experience for 99 per cent of the boys.
There may have been one, well-toned early developer, hung like a baboon, who was happy to stand under the spray and have a proper soap. Everyone else, however, held their towel aloft and perfected the speed at which you could dash through the jets of water while getting your hair wet enough to make it clear you’d gone through, and not so fast you slipped and fell over. Such a slip up would, inevitably, be remembered by your mates for the rest of your life.
Instead of emerging fresh as a daisy, I just emerged a little damp and desperate to pull on my y-fronts and get my bits out of public view. As did pretty much everyone else.
So disturbed by the experienced was I, that it put me off ever wanting to pursue any sort of sport where a communal bath or shower was called for.(Or was that just a useful excuse on account of not being good enough? Let’s stick with the former for the sake of argument and my ego).
If you or your child or grandchild are planning the leap into secondary schools in September, and they’re getting nervous… just tell them how lucky they actually are.
do jockstraps work

Knaresborough, UK

#1547 Aug 7, 2013
Chris Britcher
Wednesday, June 19, 2013
7:49 PM
Remember them? Remember the humiliation?
CommentsEmailPrint.To send a link to this page to a friend, you must be logged in.
For thousands of youngsters the upcoming summer holiday holds some anxiety as they leave the warm bosom of primary education and dive into the big wide world of secondary schools.
There they will find themselves brushing shoulders with students who tower so high above them and sprout such extensive facial hair, it is often difficult to work out who is the sixth former and who the fresh faced teacher just out of training college.
They will find themselves a long way from the cosy little compact schools they are used to – instead having to traipse across vast sprawling complexes bursting with exotic rooms dedicated to the study of science, metal work and foreign languages; all Bunsen burners and cutting devices.
Yet for all their concerns, all their fretting, they should consider themselves very fortunate indeed.
Because just a few short decades ago moving to secondary school meant one, blood-curdling, spine-shivering, gut-wrenching experience awaited you. The communal shower.
Now, before anyone jumps to any hasty conclusions, I’m not suggesting anything untoward went on in any shower that I ever frequented during my school days (well, at least nothing that I or the playground grapevine ever offered up in terms of juicy gossip and that sort of thing would have carried a very high currency). But the prospect of having to take a shower after every PE and games lesson was enough to give me countless sleepless nights.
Today, however, the very thought of it is almost laughable.
Can you imagine the issues around games teachers having to shepherd pre-pubescent and, indeed, pubescent, boys and girls through the jets of lukewarm water in this day and age?
I would imagine every boy in the school would find it hilarious to shove their naked chums into the poor unsuspecting teacher on duty only for the entire classroom to yell ‘child abuse’ at the top of their voices and leave the red-faced teacher with some unnecessary explaining to do.
I’m not sure who would hate it more – the kids or the staff.
You’d have to have cameras covering all areas to ensure any claim could be corroborated. And can you imagine having to word the consent form?
‘Dear teacher, I give/do not give permission for the school to video my 12-year-old son/daughter as they take a shower with their fellow classmates and view it as and when necessary.’
It’s impossible to imagine.
Not, of course, that there was any point in the first place.
Of course, the principle was always sound. Making a classroom of stinking teenage boys fresh from working up a sweat on the football field have a shower and freshen up makes all the sense in the world.
But it was never a pleasurable experience for 99 per cent of the boys.
There may have been one, well-toned early developer, hung like a baboon, who was happy to stand under the spray and have a proper soap. Everyone else, however, held their towel aloft and perfected the speed at which you could dash through the jets of water while getting your hair wet enough to make it clear you’d gone through, and not so fast you slipped and fell over. Such a slip up would, inevitably, be remembered by your mates for the rest of your life.
Instead of emerging fresh as a daisy, I just emerged a little damp and desperate to pull on my y-fronts and get my bits out of public view. As did pretty much everyone else.
So disturbed by the experienced was I, that it put me off ever wanting to pursue any sort of sport where a communal bath or shower was called for.(Or was that just a useful excuse on account of not being good enough? Let’s stick with the former for the sake of argument and my ego).
If you or your child or grandchild are planning the leap into secondary schools in September, and they’re getting nervous… just tell them how lucky they actually are
djw

Bath, UK

#1548 Aug 9, 2013
maltamon's polish school don coyote! http://tinyurl.com/c7ck22x
dignity justifies wisdom

Wythenshawe, UK

#1549 Sep 20, 2013
MaltaMon wrote:
<quoted text> It's one of coyote's brilliantly lyrical Carrollesque references. You'll have to ask him. I assume that he uses it to refer to Zwacko, but then again he's referred to the same individual as Hef".
PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT KIT

Physical Education and Games lessons are an essential part of the college curriculum, but if there are good reasons for not wishing a child to participate, parents are asked to send a dated note to the PE staff giving details. Students are encouraged to take showers after PE and Games lessons, however they are not compulsory.



Below is a list of PE kit required for your child; all items of kit must be CLEARLY NAMED.

Essential Kit:

•Sky PE polo shirt with logo
•Navy unisex shorts
•White socks for indoor lessons
•Light blue socks for football/rugby
•Training shoes and football boots
•One-piece swimming costume or swimming trunks/shorts in black or blue. Cranbourne rugby shirt with logo
•Towel


Advisable:

•Cranbourne navy tracksuit for outdoor activities
•Shin guards for football/hockey
•Football boots
•Swimming goggles and gum shield

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Dogging Jolts Women

Torquay, UK

#1550 Sep 27, 2013
BOYS PE KIT

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Purple/black rugby shirts, black shorts, boots, trainers.
Printed Salendine Nook white shirts compulsory for ALL YEARS (available from natasha’s & Rawcliffes)

Purple socks for outdoors, white ankle socks for indoors.

Swimming shorts/trunks, towel, swimming cap.

Winter Optional

Plain black tracksuit bottoms with or without white stripe

Plain black hat & Gloves (no fashion hats)

Summer Optional

Plain black customised Baseball Cap (to prevent sunburn in hot conditions)
available from Rawcliffes
GIRLS PE KIT

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Plain black sweatshirt/jumper, trainers, boots, purple shorts.
Printed Salendine Nook white shirts compulsory for ALL YEARS (available from Rawcliffes & Natasha’s)

Purple socks for outdoors, white ankle socks for indoors.

Swimming costume, towel, swimming cap.

Winter Optional

Plain black tracksuit bottoms with or without white stripe

Plain black hat & gloves (no fashion hats)

Summer Optional

Plain black customised baseball cap (to prevent sunburn in hot conditions)
available from Rawcliffes.


•Personal effects, such as jewellery, religious artefacts, watches, hair slides, sensory aids and so forth, must be removed for all practical activities.
•If your child wants to wear goggles for swimming, we require a one-off permission note from parents.

•Pumps or canvas shoes of any kind are not acceptable. Trainers have a thicker sole for cushioning and they provide more support to the feet during exercise. Any high top trainers must be securely fastened right to the very top.

•All long hair must be tied back securely during all activities and all jewellery must be removed. Pupils must bring their own bobbles. Bobbles will be provided for those pupils who forget.

•It is compulsory that all pupils wear shin pads for football and hockey and is recommended that pupils wear gum shields for hockey and rugby.

•Showers are optional but it is highly recommended that pupils bring a towel and shower for hygiene purposes, especially in poor wet weather.

•All kit should be permanently marked with the owner’s name.

•All pupils who are excused from PE should as normal produce a note signed and dated by a Parent/Carer. In addition we will expect pupils who are excused from the practical element of the lesson, to bring their full PE kit and to change as normal. The relevant teacher will find the pupil appropriate tasks to do within the lesson for example leading warm ups, helping with equipment, officiating, etc. Only in extreme circumstances (for example a broken limb) will pupils not be expected to change for PE lessons.

•If pupils forget their kit then they must borrow kit from the PE department and receive a kit stamp. All lent out kit is cleaned regularly. 3 kit stamps in a half-term will result in a detention. If a pupil refuses to borrow kit then they will be sent to isolation for a half-day or they will receive an immediate detention.

•Whilst parents may buy any of the PE kit from any supplier, Rawcliffes and Natasha’s in the Huddersfield town centre stock customised PE kit for the school.

End Pe fascism no reversible shirts for boys also let them wear one piece swimming costumes MM.
DJW

Cannock, UK

#1551 Sep 30, 2013
Do you think it is acceptable that boys are still discriminated against and forced into nudity when there is no such obligation on girls.

The proof I have relates not to the 1960's but 2013.

Exhibit A

http://www.driffieldschool.net/information-fo ...

PE Kit and Sports Clothes

PE lessons form an integral part of the school’s curriculum and parents are requested to provide suitable clothing so that their child can participate. For health, hygiene and safety reasons all students must bring a full change of sports clothing for PE lessons.

Indoor Kit:
•Plain green (standard school green) polo shirt - the current white shirts are to be phased out.
•Black shorts
•White or no socks
•Indoor clean non-marking trainers
Outdoor Kit:
•Green and black long sleeved shirt - Available from Drury Sports only.
•Black shorts
•Green long socks
•Boots and outdoor trainers

•Towel for showers (boys)

•Navy or black tracksuit bottoms may be worn during winter months for outdoor activities
•A gum shield and shin pads are strongly recommended
Swimming Kit:
•Boys - swimming trunks or shorts (not long) and towel
•Girls - a one piece swim suit/costume and towel
•Goggles can be worn if required

Exhibit B

http://www.ashmoleacademy.org/page/ ...

Boys' PE Clothing
Ashmole Rugby Shirt (Navy with sky blue side panels)
Ashmole Royal Blue Polo Shirt
Ashmole Navy Games Shorts
Navy Football Socks
Ashmole PE Navy Zipped Fleece Top (Years 10/11 only)
Training shoes (MUST NOT have black soles)
Football boots
Shin pads

Towel (students are expected to shower
after football and rugby)

Ashmole Tracksuit bottoms (optional)

Girls' PE Clothing
Ashmole Sky Blue Polo Shirt
Ashmole Navy Sweatshirt
Ashmole Navy Games Shorts or Skirts
Navy Football Socks
Ashmole PE Navy Zipped Fleece Top (Years 10/11 only)
Training shoes (MUST NOT have black soles)
Shin Pads
Ashmole Tracksuit bottoms (optional)

Notice MM that in the first school boys have do showers for all outdoor sports but not girls.

In the second school only boys are forced to do rugby and football and so are forced to shower but not girls.

Molly is it right that boys/ girls still have to do gender selected sports? Why cant they have options.

Girls should be able to do football and rugby. Boys should be able to do Hockey, Netball, dance and ballet.

If the question is hygiene? What about the fact that Many girls menstruate and suffer from urinal incontinence when growing up! Wouldnt they benefit from a shower.

Do girls not suffer from sweat and body odour.

Mateaman these rules violate the principles of the Sex Discrimination Act 2007, The sexual orientation regulations and Equalities Act 2010!

Yet schools who provide educational services and are part of the Trade Union dominated public sector discriminate against males in the way that no private sector employer would over uniform, showers and modesty.

Maltamean prove you are a feeler and not a Pittsburgh Steeler :-)

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