Where to begin. Though I have often been on the deserving end of his wrath (ROY G BIV), he is fair, knowledgeable and understanding. Why he does not currently work at CERN, or is leading research at a respected university, is a mystery to me. He taught me in Year 8 and 9. I'm now in year 11 and come into his class occasionally (by accident). Had him for a lesson near revision period and that prompted me to write this.
For many years now, darkness has covered the land, plaguing it with misery and shadow. We live in fear of the great masters, who force us to work day and night for their greedy, selfish cause. There was no one to oppose them. Until now. There is one man. He is but a name on the tongues of the oppressed, a flicker of fear in the eyes of the guards, a paranoia to the masters. This man is Rory. Alone, he fights for the cause of good. Of right. Of justice. And he shall emerge victorious.
For years I have come to walk upon the path to ph6 and rarely do I fail to be awed by the sheer ferocity and guile in his teaching of the subject he has inspired me to love.
Rory doesn't teach a lesson...the lesson gets Roried. He's like Jesus but better and without sandals. RRRRROOOOOOORRRRRRYYYYYY!!!
Mr O'Flanagan is God in all but name. He is superior to all other teachers - no, humans - no! living beings in the world - no! UNIVERSE!!!! in terms of EVERYTHING!!!
the boom...awsome teach! maybe he should start teaching physics tho...
Mr O'Flanaghan is a great person. Yet I have to agree in saying that he would be better off in KS2-KS3. His explanations tend to be conffusing at A-level. Otherwise, great teacher to chat too!
His heart is in the right place, but when it comes to explaining new concepts he fails appallingly. He is not up to teaching A-Level Courses. Really nice guy (good at guitar!) in the wrong job.