An extremely good and dedicated teacher - one of the best. He is a little bit 'marmite' - some students didn't like his 'old school' ways - but I loved his lessons and his clear passion for his subject. A clear example of the top-drawer teachers that made LGS (sadly not so much after they started recruiting too many NQTs) one of the best schools in the country.
CT is a legend - only reason i am doing history at uni is him!! He didnt have to move with the times, as long as he had his coffee he was fine!!!
Miss his bookshelves, great teacher as well, although a computer would be useful for all the typing errors on his sheets (ahh those were the days). Still best of luck to him in semi-retirement.
One of the best teachers I've ever had. Yer he has never touched a computer in his life and he refuses to get a new tv but thats his charm. He made me love history and is one of the biggest legends in the school, I absolutely love the man!!!
Mr.Templeman refuses to use a computer to store his countless bundles of paper, however as he if retiring at the end of this year, i would like to put a good word in. He is a clear teacher who finds it difficult to control a rebellious class, but Mr. Templeman has helped me and many others at GCSE.