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||I'ts a bit of a misnomer isn't it? You can train the physical side but you can't educate it. I suppose if it was called training the teachers would get the hump about being thought too thick to teach a proper subject. Mind you, my education was pretty physical||When I started school our form teacher kept a black stick with white ends, 'Sooty's Magic Wand' he called it. If your knuckles were too swollen for another whack he also kept a size twelve plimsoll in his drawer.|
|He was a small man , no bigger than Picasso but a wiry little pervert. " Been drawing Mickey Mouse on a steamed up window? Dropped a bus ticket on the ground?. Bend over and I'll teach you to be taller than I was at the age of seven.||Luckily the normal people who drifted into teaching acted as a check on those warped individuals who chose it as a career; but even they were no match for the average PE teacher.||The one who took us for PE was the best friend of the form teacher and most lunchtimes they would enjoy a mutual 'wacking and wanking' session behind locked doors after which they would supervise 'changing for football'.|
|I remember the teacher running on to the pitch once and kicking a lad up the arse for not chasing the ball quick enough. His dad saw the bruise and physically educated the teacher not to kick small boys.||In my third year at secondary school we had all lined up for assembly when a bloke strode in and physically educated the maths teacher. It was the happiest day of my school life. Of course it's all different nowadays.||Today, apart from the odd rotten apple they're a decent bunch and the most they can get away with is boasting and a bit of humiliation; but even so, when I see it in the papers or hear it on the news, I can't find it in my heart to totally condemn physical education for teachers.|