Specialist Teachers in All Schools for Gypsy Children

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  1. Sounds good to me.

    Lesson 1 How to extract copper from electrical cable without annoying the neighbours.

  2. Seaweed

    Seaweed War Hero Book Reviewer

    Compare this to the extreme difficulty experienced by parents of children with dyslexia have in getting absolutely necessary help, and the paucity of it when it is given.
  3. So... about one child in 30 is considered gifted, and that's a poor performance? Seems to me to say a lot about having rather low standards...
  4. So are we talking about Gypos or Pikies? They are not the same. If we throw in “New Age Travellers†as well, they’re totally bloody different!

    As far as I’m aware, Travellers do not have a culture but do have a number of habits.
  5. 8) Lesson one;- How to draw benefits without a permanent address . :roll: Lesson 2;- How to drive the latest four track without a driving licence, road tax or insurance. :? Lesson 3;- As lesson 2 but for a non roadworthy truck with no M.O.T. Lesson 4 ;- Tarmac for beginners. Lesson 5;- A history of clothes pegs through the ages. 8) Lesson 6 ;- Recognition of all metals and their value. Graduates can go on to B.A. M.A. PHD. in Hare coursing general poaching, distraction thefts [But! only from confused O.A.Ps and frightened home alone children] :evil: Also extra courses in begging at outside A.T.M.s :x
  6. Bloody gypos. Whatever happened to the proud English rural tradition of getting pissed up, loading up the shotguns, running off the pikie scum and setting their caravans alight?
  7. FlagWagger

    FlagWagger Book Reviewer

    Start up the outrage bus! Has anyone else noticed the declining educational standards here? Just who will teach these poor deprived impoverished people about fortune telling and the finer points of "lucky heather"?
  8. Gypsy children have poor attendance records?

    Well, duh! :roll:

    Wouldn't have anything to do with that travelling thingy, would it?
  9. They don't need to go to school to acquire these skills.they are taught at home from a very early age.
    Jesse, you left out one very important lesson:- 7) How to run rings around the local planners and set up a new caravan site in a weekend.
  10. Think the "running rings around town planners is covered by the Tarmac lessons :wink:
  11. This has reminded me of a film I saw as a lad. It was called The Water Gypsies. It had bugger all to do with Gypos because it was to do with water traders on the canals of the Midlands, North West and Yorks. The families lived on the narrowboats that moved the marerial and goods of commerce and industry. Those kids seemed to have a disjointed education and were part of normal, respectable working families. Nothing like Gypos and Pikies.

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