Great teacher and a friendly guy, I have no problems with him. He only gets mad or annoyed at you if you dont do the work or put the effort in
He is the best language teacher in the school. If you behave and Don,'t mess, you'll get on very well with him. He is a great teacher and he's sound.
Not helpful at all
Really easy going teacher which talks a lot, in a good way
Good Teacher, no gray areas you always know what he wants done and theres no arguing with results.
wouldnt wanna get in his bad books but is cla teacher
Don't get in his bad books, if you stay on his good side he's dead on
Too strict + teaches History yet he didn't even do it 4 GCSE
Sean now has as many ratings as he has medals, who can forget this man's heroic planting of the flag on Iwo Jima?
Gallagher is an realy good Irish teacher in my opinion, he is clear and he has always made Irish an easier an more enjoyable subject, but I must admit he does go overboard on the punishments. A guy came in once sayin that he had accidently broken his Irish CD, and wished to buy a new one (£1) but because of this he was unable to do his homework Gallagher got into a rage and said how hard it was to break your Irish CD, he then got out an Irish CD, bent it to make a point about its strengt, and shattered it.
Note: the jungles of Vietnam were an appropriate location for 'certain members' of Sean's regiment to misinterpret his cries of "get down!"
His sphere of influence appears to be extending into other classrooms where his compatriot Desford Tennyson has been expressing a strong interest in joining the army. No doubt Sgt. Gallagher will provide the necessary training and so forth.
"Return to base, soldier!" Sean is a quite potent man to say the least, a formidable man who takes no nonsense, though it should be noted that his instructions of "get down!" in 'Nam were misinterpreted with dire consequences by certain members of the regiment.
Although Sean is mostly to blame for the infamous "Bandit Country" vibe around the Orchard and Irish rooms, he is nevertheless a formidable teacher.
Brilliant individual who quite literally answers to no-one. A useful presence down in No Man's Land (Irish Department).
A very cosmic and intelligent personality, inspirational teacher, the Dwight Eisenhower of teaching.
Trench warfare is no obstacle to this man...earns the respect of his troops because he never leaves a good soldier down in the field of battle.
Tremendous teacher and a Nam veteran. His collaboration on the Status Quo hit 'In The Army Now' will live long in the memory.
Gallagher should be commended for his fantastic teaching ability and also for his heroic march into the Rhineland some years ago.
Sean Gallagher is a true legend of a teacher and a worthy winner of the Iron Cross for his efforts.
It appears as if the Irish department has finally found its feet after several years of personnel changes, Sean deserves a third of the credit.
The perfect man to lead our Irish Department out of its current plight, and with Dessy and Friel by his side, he can't possibly fail.
The school needed someone of his stature, will surely take over the Head of Discipline role once Rony ascends to principal.
A brilliant teacher, but can be scary at times! Deserves a award for his teaching skills, and would give a comedian a run for their money... gr8 guy!
A laugh and a great football manager but needs to calm down in class
What can I say, what a guy. Lives by the motto, "FAIL TO PREPARE, PREPARE TO FAIL"