Now retired. Can't believe some negative comments I read.Terry taught me RE for 5:years and helped me get an A*. She taught me music too and always made the class fun and worthwhile. She also taught me dram for 2 yrs. A very talented intelligent hardworking and caring teacher. She has made a lasting impression on me...a teacher who inspired...sad loss to teaching profession when she retired...
Good teacher, but needs to learn how to control the class.
Never passed a single class she taught me(5-over 3yrs) but loved it.She was cool
lol worst teacher ever i duno y she even teaches cos all she does is read out of books nd ur supposed to no da stuff if ur a teacher
The woman is certainly aware of 'the score', not quite sure if she knows it, to be honest. Her knowledge of it would be generally quite limited, as is her knowledge of religion, then again, knowing things isn't necessarily part of Terry's job description.
Delightfully slack and lackadaisical woman who knows the score.
Provided endless talking points in religion about the meaning of 'Parbles' and the continuous flourishing of the K.G.B.
Calm and collected under pressure, this woman has the exceptional ability to teach Religion, Music and Drama - literally at the same time.
A very cool and deligent teacher, few could match terri's teaching ability, thankfully.
A superb and expressive teacher who single-handedly got me an 'A' in religion, she once had to look up the meaning of work in a dictionary.
A true master...in the art of slacking off. Work bears no importance in Terry Donegan's methods of teaching - she prefers rather to establish a good rapport with students.
It was sad leaving her class after fifth year, an excellent teacher, the Bette Midler of the Abbey. All-round legend whose contributions to school life will live long in the memory
GCSE religion classes were like going to the circus.
Easy-going, happy-go-lucky, by-the-numbers teacher whose prestige can be best summed up by use of heifenated words.
You'd have to travel far and wide before you find a teacher as pro-active and motivated as Terry Donegan. Indispensable member of staff.
john terry is a nice woman, but serves no particular function in our beloved school.
Provided unending comic relief for two years in GCSE Religion. Not strictly a teacher, so to speak.
Would doubt that she actually has necessary qualifications for her job, more likely that the Abbey employed her to provide free periods and comic relief for the students.
To be open and honest, no-one respects Terry as a teacher but she's a great member of personnel to have around the school.
The school needs 'teachers' like Terry Donegan to strike a balance with the enthusiastic, efficient and intense approach of people like A.D. and R.R.
Would be largely unperturbed if her classroom was irrevocably ravaged by a high-powered incendiary device.
Really easy-going woman, there's manys a time i opened up a chicken kiev at the back without her noticing
Great woman, possesses a real passion for the subject (added to her undying dedication, commitment and enthusiasm) which has inspired me in life.
This woman couldn't teach the sun how to shine, but she's a great lass all the same.
Legendary woman, not that she knows anything about what she is 'teaching'.
humorous figure, knew a lot about the kingdom of god, not that she deserves to ever get there.
Terry blows where the wind takes her, a real free spirit. Work...I've heard that word before...
Class teacher, taugth us gcse religion, what a joke managed to convince her to let us out every day at 20 to1 for lunch. Top Notch!
Great woman! Plays by her own rules. Limited knowledge, limited ability to teach.
a very relaxed teacher, she knew the story, shes there a long time. lacks ability to teach though
Always looked forward to her class. Pure dos. Let me go through 3 years of music without ever having to play the recorder. PC class= watching movies all the time. Bliss.
She is a good teacher and has made a fun learning enviroment