Its hard to keep on going when everything seems so stacked up against fathers. I am off to see my solicitors tomorrow even though I can guess what he will say. 1,421 more words
'Susan George, president of the Royal School for the Blind, told the BBC the charity was “saddened to hear of former pupils having such memories of their time at the school”. She added: “Such behaviour [as the former pupils allege] would not be tolerated in any school today.”' The point is that although it would not be tolerated in any school today, it should not have been tolerated then. However, in the 50s there was a atmosphere of fear in many schools and pupils were not as enlightened as they are today. No child should be scared to speak out, but in the 50s they would never have been listened to and some are still not listened to today. There are still many aspects that are not right today, however, the enlightening of childrens understanding and the understanding of staff and other authorities is welcomed and needs to be encouraged.