Confirmed school closures for Monday, January 21

The Argus: Confirmed school closures for Monday, January 21 Confirmed school closures for Monday, January 21

Schools have already begun confirming closures on Monday due to the weather.

Below are the schools confirmed as closed for Monday, January 21.

Brighton and Hove:

Acorn Nursery, The Rise , Mile Oak Road

Cherry Tree Nursery, Hollingdean

Coldean Primary School

Downs View School and Link College

Dv8 Training Brighton

Friends Centres at Brighton Junction and Ivory Place

Mile Oak Primary School

Moulsecoomb Primary School

Portslade Infant School

St Mark's CE Primary School

St Martin's CofE Primary School

The Whitehawk Inn

Whitehawk Primary School

East Sussex:

All Saints And St Richards Church Of England Primary School, Heathfield

All Saints C of E Junior School, Hastings

Battle and Langton Church of England Primary School

Beckley Church of England Primary School

Bodiam Church of England Primary School, Robertsbridge

Bonners Church of England Primary School, Maresfield

Broad Oak Community Primary School close
Burwash Church Of England Primary School

Buxted Church of England Primary School

Castledown Primary School, Hastings

Catsfield Church of England Primary School

Chailey School, South Chailey

Churchwood Community Primary School, St Leonards

College Central, Lewes

Cross-in-Hand Church Of England Primary School

Crowhurst Church of England Primary School

Cuckmere House School, Seaford

Dallington Church of England Primary School

Danehill Church of England Primary School

Ditchling (St Margaret's) Church of England Primary School

Dudley Infant School, Hastings

Elphinstone Community School, Hastings

Etchingham Church of England Primary School

Five Ashes Church of England Primary School, Mayfield

Frant Church of England Primary School

Grove Park School, Crowborough closed

Grovelands Community School, Hailsham

Guestling-Bradshaw Church of England Primary

Hamsey Community Primary School, Lewes

Harlands Primary School, Uckfield

Heathfield Community College
Public examinations will take place as scheduled

High Hurstwood Church of England Primary School

Hollington Primary School, St Leonards
Hurst Green Church of England Primary School

Icklesham Church of England Primary School

Jarvis Brook School

Manor Primary School, Uckfield

Mark Cross Church of England Primary School, Crowborough

Mayfield Church of England Primary School

Maynards Green Community Primary School, Heathfield

Meeching Valley Primary School, Newhaven

Meridian Primary School, Peacehaven

Mountfield & Whatlington Church of England Primary School

Netherfield Church of England Primary School

Ninfield Church of England Primary School

Nutley Church of England Primary

Parkland Infant School, Eastbourne

Parkland Junior School, Eastbourne

Parkside Community Primary School, Heathfield

Peacehaven Heights Primary School

Peasmarsh Church of England Primary School

Pells Church of England Primary School, Lewes

Pevensey and Westham Church of England Primary School

Plumpton Primary School, Plumpton Green c

Punnetts Town Community Primary School, Heathfield

Red Lake Community Primary School, Hastings

Ringmer Community College
The A level exam WILL run.

Ringmer Primary School

Robertsbridge Community College
Robertsbridge Community College

Robsack Wood Community Primary School, St Leonards

Rodmell Church of England Primary School, Lewes

Rotherfield Primary School

Rye College

Rye Community Primary School

Sandown Primary School, Hastings

Saxon Mount School, St Leonards

Sedlescombe Church of England Primary School

Silverdale Primary School, St Leonards

Sir Henry Fermor Church of England Primary School, Crowborough

St Leonards Church of England Primary School

St Mark's Church of England Primary School, Hadlow Down

St Mary Star of the Sea Catholic Primary School, St Leonards

St Mary's Catholic Primary School, Crowborough

St Mary's School Horam, Maynards Green

St Michael's Church of England Primary School, Playden

St Michael's Primary School, Withyham

St Pancras Catholic Primary School, Lewes

St Paul's Church Of England Primary School, St Leonards

St Peter's Church of England Primary School, North Chailey

Stonegate Church of England Primary School

Telscombe Cliffs Community Primary School

The Hastings Academy

The Lindfield School, Eastbourne

The South Downs Community Special School, Eastbourne

The St Leonards Academy, St Leonards
Year 11 Geography exam will take place

Ticehurst and Flimwell Church of England Primary School

Torfield School, Hastings

Uckfield Community Technology College
However, all GCSE and A level exams will go ahead as planned.

Uplands Community College, Wadhurst
The college will be open to students who are scheduled to sit public exams.

Wadhurst Church of England Primary School

Wallands Community Primary School, Lewes

West St Leonards Community Primary School, St Leonards

Western Road Community Primary School, Lewes

Westfield School c

Willingdon Primary School, Eastbourne

Wivelsfield Primary School, Wivelsfield Green

Partial closures

Alfriston School, open at 9.30am.

All Saints C of E Primary School, Bexhill, Bexhill-on-sea, open at 9.30am. There will be no Breakfast Club.

Beacon Community College, Crowborough open for students taking exams.

Bexhill High School, Bexhill will close at 12 noon to allow staff and students to travel home safely.

Blackboys Church of England Primary School will open from 10am to allow staff to arrive safely and site to be cleared. Possible early closure depending on weather.

Chiddingly Primary School will open at 10am.

Christ Church Church of England Primary School, St Leonards will open at 10am. Breakfast Club is cancelled.

Cradle Hill Community Primary School, Seaford will open at 10am. There will be no Breakfast Club this morning, and a decision on whether After School Club will run will be taken during the day depending on the weather conditions.

Firle Church of England Primary School, Lewes will open at 10am to allow staff and pupils to travel safely.

Framfield Church of England Primary School will open at 10am but may need to close early.

Hailsham Community College Academy Trust will ppen to students from 10.30am.

Hawkes Farm Primary School, Hailsham will open at 10.30am.

Helenswood School, St Leonards ) will open to students from 11.10am.

Hellingly Community Primary School plans to open at 10am for pupils.

Herstmonceux Church of England Primary School will open at 10.30am.

Laughton Community Primary School will open at 10am. There will be no after school clubs.

Little Ridge Community Primary School, St Leonards will open from 9.30am.

Marshlands Primary School, Hailsham will be open for registration of children at 10am.

Park Mead Primary School, Hailsham will open for registration at 10am.

Peacehaven Community School will open at 10.30am. Those sitting an examination should arrive at the normal time of 8.40am.

Priory School, Lewes will be open as normal for Years 10 and 11 only.

Ratton School Academy Trust, Eastbourne will be open to students from 10.15am.

Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School, Hastings will open from 10am.

Salehurst Church of England Primary School, Robertsbridge will be open from 10am. 

Seaford Head School will open to students at 10am.

St Mary Magdalene Catholic Primary School, Bexhill will open at 10am and there will be no Before School Club.

Stone Cross School will open at 10am, provided sufficient staff can get to school.

The Bishop Bell Church Of England School, Eastbourne will open for pupils at 9.40am.

The Cavendish School, Eastbourne will open at 10am.

The Eastbourne Academy will be open at 10am for students.

The Haven Voluntary Aided C E Methodist Primary School, Eastbourne will open for pupils an hour later today, at 9.40 am.

White House Primary School, Hailsham will open at 10am.

William Parker Sports College, Hastings will open to staff from 10am, open to students from 10.45am and lessons will start at 11.20am.

West Sussex:

Baldwins Hill Primary School, East Grinstead

Birchwood Grove Community Primary School, Burgess Hill

Colgate Primary School, Horsham

Gattons Infant School (The), Burgess Hill

Halsford Park Primary School, East Grinstead

Harlands Primary School, Haywards Heath

Herons Dale Primary School, Shoreham By Sea

Holy Trinity CofE Secondary School, Crawley This school will be completely closed, although exams will still be held today for students.

London Meed Community Primary School, Burgess Hill

Manor Green College, Crawley

Manor Green Primary School, Crawley

Northgate Primary School, Crawley

Northolmes Junior School, Horsham

Queen Elizabeth II Silver Jubilee School, Horsham

Sheddingdean Community Primary School, Burgess Hill

Southway Junior School, Burgess Hill

St Anthony's School, Chichester

St Giles CofE Primary School, Haywards Heath.

St Mary's CofE Primary School, East Grinstead

St Peter's Catholic Primary School, East Grinstead

St Peter's CofE Primary School, Ardingly, Haywards Heath

St Wilfrid's CofE Primary School, Haywards Heath

The Meads Primary School, East Grinstead

Three Bridges Infant School, Crawley

Three Bridges Junior School, Crawley

Turners Hill CofE Primary School, Crawley

Twineham CofE Primary School, Haywards Heath

Warden Park Secondary Academy, Haywards Heath

Warnham CofE Primary School, Horsham

Warninglid Primary School, Haywards Heath

Woodlands Meed School, Burgess Hill

Charlwood House Day Nursery, Crawley

Colgate Pre-school, Horsham

Cottis Pre-school, Hassocks

Nursery Playgroup (The) - (The Yews), Haywards Heath

Paddington Pre-School Stage One, East Grinstead

Platform 3 Pre-School Playgroup, Burgess Hill 

Playbox Playgroup, Burgess Hill

Squirrels Pre-school, Crawley

Worth Park Playgroup, Crawley

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4:38pm Sun 20 Jan 13

RAS Putin says...

Cue the usual: "When I were a lad, we walked five miles to school and back through seven foot snow-drifts. Uphill both ways."
Cue the usual: "When I were a lad, we walked five miles to school and back through seven foot snow-drifts. Uphill both ways." RAS Putin

4:49pm Sun 20 Jan 13

martyt says...

i wont be sending mine out to school it will be a lay in for all ,just because **** poor headteachers want to hedge there bets till last thing in the morning ,my children safety is far more important than some schools days lost to bad weather record ,oh and a big well done to the very few headteachers that have call it so far at 16.48 on a Sunday ,are the rest waiting for a heat wave
i wont be sending mine out to school it will be a lay in for all ,just because **** poor headteachers want to hedge there bets till last thing in the morning ,my children safety is far more important than some schools days lost to bad weather record ,oh and a big well done to the very few headteachers that have call it so far at 16.48 on a Sunday ,are the rest waiting for a heat wave martyt

5:57pm Sun 20 Jan 13

charlie smirke says...

I can't see how Balfour Road or Stringer schools can open on Monday, the roads round here are virtually impassable.
I can't see how Balfour Road or Stringer schools can open on Monday, the roads round here are virtually impassable. charlie smirke

6:09pm Sun 20 Jan 13

alice1 says...

The roads might be ok but i think its more of a health and safety matter for when the children have their breaks
The roads might be ok but i think its more of a health and safety matter for when the children have their breaks alice1

6:47pm Sun 20 Jan 13

Wivvy Dave says...

alice1 wrote:
The roads might be ok but i think its more of a health and safety matter for when the children have their breaks
Could be but I think in most cases there is very little snow inside the school - that's where we stayed during periods of snow and all schools now have indoor "wet play " when it rains so why not for snow?
[quote][p][bold]alice1[/bold] wrote: The roads might be ok but i think its more of a health and safety matter for when the children have their breaks[/p][/quote]Could be but I think in most cases there is very little snow inside the school - that's where we stayed during periods of snow and all schools now have indoor "wet play " when it rains so why not for snow? Wivvy Dave

6:49pm Sun 20 Jan 13

PorkBoat says...

Why are schools closed? We've had a couple of inches of snow, not howling snowdrifts and blizzards. Why are the roads impassable? We've been warned about this for at least two weeks, so why is no one prepared? Appalling, amateur and incompetent.
Why are schools closed? We've had a couple of inches of snow, not howling snowdrifts and blizzards. Why are the roads impassable? We've been warned about this for at least two weeks, so why is no one prepared? Appalling, amateur and incompetent. PorkBoat

6:57pm Sun 20 Jan 13

gemmaf3286 says...

Please need to know about West Blatchington if its opened or closed tomorrow as got to leave at 8am to get there on time
Please need to know about West Blatchington if its opened or closed tomorrow as got to leave at 8am to get there on time gemmaf3286

7:11pm Sun 20 Jan 13

Maxwell's Ghost says...

martyt from your post it seems you spent little time in school learning so that helps explain your lack of ambition for your own kids.
It's no wonder migrant workers are more likely to get work than the lazy and poorly educated kids produced by lazy poorly educated people in the UK.
martyt from your post it seems you spent little time in school learning so that helps explain your lack of ambition for your own kids. It's no wonder migrant workers are more likely to get work than the lazy and poorly educated kids produced by lazy poorly educated people in the UK. Maxwell's Ghost

7:49pm Sun 20 Jan 13

Pete 1956 says...

Maxwell why are you saying that guy is lazy. Of course education is important I agree with that, but safety is first when it comes to your child. Why are you judging someone when you don't even know them? It's quite easy for a car to skid on these icy conditions god forbid it doesn't happen and plow into children. Don't judge people when it comes to caring about their children's safety.
Maxwell why are you saying that guy is lazy. Of course education is important I agree with that, but safety is first when it comes to your child. Why are you judging someone when you don't even know them? It's quite easy for a car to skid on these icy conditions god forbid it doesn't happen and plow into children. Don't judge people when it comes to caring about their children's safety. Pete 1956

8:03pm Sun 20 Jan 13

martyt says...

Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
martyt from your post it seems you spent little time in school learning so that helps explain your lack of ambition for your own kids.
It's no wonder migrant workers are more likely to get work than the lazy and poorly educated kids produced by lazy poorly educated people in the UK.
you can hide in the argus as your a sad low life scum the type that hangs around school gates ,my concern as a parent for the safety of my children far out weighs them losing a day at school maybe if you were a decent parent and cared for your own children you may see my point ,as for your comment re migrant workers i am not british but your right about how lazy the british are i came to this country to work my children have been raised with the same work values and all work for there pocket money they value what they get as they feel they have worked for it ,as too the low standards of education of british school children i feel your pain , i my self will not employ british kids as they cant count or even spell ,but that s is a whole other story school fail in the uk because teachers are so poor that teach in them ,as for been a ghost maybe it s time you went back to your whole in the ground
[quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: martyt from your post it seems you spent little time in school learning so that helps explain your lack of ambition for your own kids. It's no wonder migrant workers are more likely to get work than the lazy and poorly educated kids produced by lazy poorly educated people in the UK.[/p][/quote]you can hide in the argus as your a sad low life scum the type that hangs around school gates ,my concern as a parent for the safety of my children far out weighs them losing a day at school maybe if you were a decent parent and cared for your own children you may see my point ,as for your comment re migrant workers i am not british but your right about how lazy the british are i came to this country to work my children have been raised with the same work values and all work for there pocket money they value what they get as they feel they have worked for it ,as too the low standards of education of british school children i feel your pain , i my self will not employ british kids as they cant count or even spell ,but that s is a whole other story school fail in the uk because teachers are so poor that teach in them ,as for been a ghost maybe it s time you went back to your whole in the ground martyt

8:05pm Sun 20 Jan 13

martyt says...

PorkBoat wrote:
Why are schools closed? We've had a couple of inches of snow, not howling snowdrifts and blizzards. Why are the roads impassable? We've been warned about this for at least two weeks, so why is no one prepared? Appalling, amateur and incompetent.
that s the council for you most of the roads have not been gritted ,even though they knew it was coming ,i wonder why people pay there council tax
[quote][p][bold]PorkBoat[/bold] wrote: Why are schools closed? We've had a couple of inches of snow, not howling snowdrifts and blizzards. Why are the roads impassable? We've been warned about this for at least two weeks, so why is no one prepared? Appalling, amateur and incompetent.[/p][/quote]that s the council for you most of the roads have not been gritted ,even though they knew it was coming ,i wonder why people pay there council tax martyt

8:16pm Sun 20 Jan 13

martyt says...

Pete 1956 wrote:
Maxwell why are you saying that guy is lazy. Of course education is important I agree with that, but safety is first when it comes to your child. Why are you judging someone when you don't even know them? It's quite easy for a car to skid on these icy conditions god forbid it doesn't happen and plow into children. Don't judge people when it comes to caring about their children's safety.
thanks pete but the ghost likes to slag off anyone and everyone as you pointed out re car safety there was a hit and run on friday hurting 4 kids ,but the ghost will not care about them as they should have been in school ,without saying were in brighton i live none of our roads/paths have been gritted ,i knew this weather was coming so i stocked up and checked on the old dear next door to see if she needed anything , as to my children i will all ways put there safety first ,i hope your keeping safe and warm in this weather and lets hope the sun shines soon
[quote][p][bold]Pete 1956[/bold] wrote: Maxwell why are you saying that guy is lazy. Of course education is important I agree with that, but safety is first when it comes to your child. Why are you judging someone when you don't even know them? It's quite easy for a car to skid on these icy conditions god forbid it doesn't happen and plow into children. Don't judge people when it comes to caring about their children's safety.[/p][/quote]thanks pete but the ghost likes to slag off anyone and everyone as you pointed out re car safety there was a hit and run on friday hurting 4 kids ,but the ghost will not care about them as they should have been in school ,without saying were in brighton i live none of our roads/paths have been gritted ,i knew this weather was coming so i stocked up and checked on the old dear next door to see if she needed anything , as to my children i will all ways put there safety first ,i hope your keeping safe and warm in this weather and lets hope the sun shines soon martyt

8:25pm Sun 20 Jan 13

Maxwell's Ghost says...

safety my ar*se.
Most kids in the UK are the size of small houses and can hardly breathe when they walk because they are so obese and take such little exercise because their mollycoddling parents keep them indoors and apparently safe.
As for most kids being off school, most are skating about on icy pavements near busy roads or hurtling down steep roads on bits of plastic or in parks crashing into trees and hedges. Now that's dangerous.
As for martyt, your children should be terrified of your mad anger and poor spelling.
And you lazy devil get out and shovel the snow and grit your road and pavement as the kids and adults did in our street., but I suppose you are a taker and expect the council to do that for you as well.
You sound lazy to me.
safety my ar*se. Most kids in the UK are the size of small houses and can hardly breathe when they walk because they are so obese and take such little exercise because their mollycoddling parents keep them indoors and apparently safe. As for most kids being off school, most are skating about on icy pavements near busy roads or hurtling down steep roads on bits of plastic or in parks crashing into trees and hedges. Now that's dangerous. As for martyt, your children should be terrified of your mad anger and poor spelling. And you lazy devil get out and shovel the snow and grit your road and pavement as the kids and adults did in our street., but I suppose you are a taker and expect the council to do that for you as well. You sound lazy to me. Maxwell's Ghost

8:48pm Sun 20 Jan 13

martyt says...

Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
safety my ar*se.
Most kids in the UK are the size of small houses and can hardly breathe when they walk because they are so obese and take such little exercise because their mollycoddling parents keep them indoors and apparently safe.
As for most kids being off school, most are skating about on icy pavements near busy roads or hurtling down steep roads on bits of plastic or in parks crashing into trees and hedges. Now that's dangerous.
As for martyt, your children should be terrified of your mad anger and poor spelling.
And you lazy devil get out and shovel the snow and grit your road and pavement as the kids and adults did in our street., but I suppose you are a taker and expect the council to do that for you as well.
You sound lazy to me.
still hiding i see ,are you waiting at the school gates for the children to come out ,not much of a man hiding under a made up name so you can make comments about nothing you know ,i bet you live in a bed sit all by your self just waiting to post on here and dreaming of what you wanted to be but never were able to be ,your best bet is to try and live your own life and not try to live it in your make believe world you live in on here ,as to gritting i pay council tax and business rates so i think its the lazy council that should be spoken too ,i must be lonely in your sad little made up world
[quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: safety my ar*se. Most kids in the UK are the size of small houses and can hardly breathe when they walk because they are so obese and take such little exercise because their mollycoddling parents keep them indoors and apparently safe. As for most kids being off school, most are skating about on icy pavements near busy roads or hurtling down steep roads on bits of plastic or in parks crashing into trees and hedges. Now that's dangerous. As for martyt, your children should be terrified of your mad anger and poor spelling. And you lazy devil get out and shovel the snow and grit your road and pavement as the kids and adults did in our street., but I suppose you are a taker and expect the council to do that for you as well. You sound lazy to me.[/p][/quote]still hiding i see ,are you waiting at the school gates for the children to come out ,not much of a man hiding under a made up name so you can make comments about nothing you know ,i bet you live in a bed sit all by your self just waiting to post on here and dreaming of what you wanted to be but never were able to be ,your best bet is to try and live your own life and not try to live it in your make believe world you live in on here ,as to gritting i pay council tax and business rates so i think its the lazy council that should be spoken too ,i must be lonely in your sad little made up world martyt

8:55pm Sun 20 Jan 13

Maxwell's Ghost says...

Of course you do marty, of course you do, but I wont be using your business because instead of doing everything you can to get out of bed and provide services to your customers, you want to use the snow as an excuse to laze about in bed and moan about the roads not being gritted.
Thank goodness for migrant workers. Up at the garden centre today clearing the snow so they could get business into the car park and cars cleaned.
You were probably at home breaking wind and hollering at your kids.
Of course you do marty, of course you do, but I wont be using your business because instead of doing everything you can to get out of bed and provide services to your customers, you want to use the snow as an excuse to laze about in bed and moan about the roads not being gritted. Thank goodness for migrant workers. Up at the garden centre today clearing the snow so they could get business into the car park and cars cleaned. You were probably at home breaking wind and hollering at your kids. Maxwell's Ghost

9:16pm Sun 20 Jan 13

Nosfaratu says...

Thanks Martyt and M Ghost, this is better than 'Eastenders'. Pointless but good. Now keep it clean. Love ****
Thanks Martyt and M Ghost, this is better than 'Eastenders'. Pointless but good. Now keep it clean. Love **** Nosfaratu

9:35pm Sun 20 Jan 13

Maxwell's Ghost says...

It's fun isn't it Nosfaratu.
Anyway, I'm off to bed early as I shall be up at 5am to keep my clients happy.
Got to compete in a global market.
It's fun isn't it Nosfaratu. Anyway, I'm off to bed early as I shall be up at 5am to keep my clients happy. Got to compete in a global market. Maxwell's Ghost

9:49pm Sun 20 Jan 13

muzz4tasha says...

Hey Maxwell! (****)
You are porobably sending your children to our schools, god forbid the have an accident with regards to dangerous pavements etc! How dare you ! Correct grammer etc, go back , and learn , maybe teach (seeing as you are so bloody good) to your own country! If you are happy to send your piglets, then jog on! We have our rights ! Migrants are the reason we are deep in S**T THAT WE ARE! tAKE CARE , MUMMY OF 4 , DOING WELL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hey Maxwell! (****) You are porobably sending your children to our schools, god forbid the have an accident with regards to dangerous pavements etc! How dare you ! Correct grammer etc, go back , and learn , maybe teach (seeing as you are so bloody good) to your own country! If you are happy to send your piglets, then jog on! We have our rights ! Migrants are the reason we are deep in S**T THAT WE ARE! tAKE CARE , MUMMY OF 4 , DOING WELL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! muzz4tasha

9:51pm Sun 20 Jan 13

muzz4tasha says...

PLEASE CORRECT SPELLING GRAMMER ETC, ITS THERE FOR YOU! LOLLLLLLLLL
PLEASE CORRECT SPELLING GRAMMER ETC, ITS THERE FOR YOU! LOLLLLLLLLL muzz4tasha

10:14pm Sun 20 Jan 13

martyt says...

Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
It's fun isn't it Nosfaratu.
Anyway, I'm off to bed early as I shall be up at 5am to keep my clients happy.
Got to compete in a global market.
is that when they open the school gates
[quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: It's fun isn't it Nosfaratu. Anyway, I'm off to bed early as I shall be up at 5am to keep my clients happy. Got to compete in a global market.[/p][/quote]is that when they open the school gates martyt

10:29pm Sun 20 Jan 13

martyt says...

Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
Of course you do marty, of course you do, but I wont be using your business because instead of doing everything you can to get out of bed and provide services to your customers, you want to use the snow as an excuse to laze about in bed and moan about the roads not being gritted.
Thank goodness for migrant workers. Up at the garden centre today clearing the snow so they could get business into the car park and cars cleaned.
You were probably at home breaking wind and hollering at your kids.
if you were not hiding as a ghost and i knew who you were i would just bar you from my premise ,i see from your post you dont understand what a migrant worker is or some one who is not british is ,as im not british i must be non british and that would make me an migrant worker ,it shows how sad your life is that you dont even understand your own post ,i am shocked you have a car and that your too lazy to clean up your own mess
[quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: Of course you do marty, of course you do, but I wont be using your business because instead of doing everything you can to get out of bed and provide services to your customers, you want to use the snow as an excuse to laze about in bed and moan about the roads not being gritted. Thank goodness for migrant workers. Up at the garden centre today clearing the snow so they could get business into the car park and cars cleaned. You were probably at home breaking wind and hollering at your kids.[/p][/quote]if you were not hiding as a ghost and i knew who you were i would just bar you from my premise ,i see from your post you dont understand what a migrant worker is or some one who is not british is ,as im not british i must be non british and that would make me an migrant worker ,it shows how sad your life is that you dont even understand your own post ,i am shocked you have a car and that your too lazy to clean up your own mess martyt

10:35pm Sun 20 Jan 13

martyt says...

leobrighton wrote:
Hope their all shut will save us some money. One school in Hove is giving away over two grand worth of free school meals a week to immigrants kids.
that s because there mummy and daddy is up cleaning maxwell s car in the graden center
[quote][p][bold]leobrighton[/bold] wrote: Hope their all shut will save us some money. One school in Hove is giving away over two grand worth of free school meals a week to immigrants kids.[/p][/quote]that s because there mummy and daddy is up cleaning maxwell s car in the graden center martyt

10:40pm Sun 20 Jan 13

BB1975 says...

martyt wrote:
Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
martyt from your post it seems you spent little time in school learning so that helps explain your lack of ambition for your own kids.
It's no wonder migrant workers are more likely to get work than the lazy and poorly educated kids produced by lazy poorly educated people in the UK.
you can hide in the argus as your a sad low life scum the type that hangs around school gates ,my concern as a parent for the safety of my children far out weighs them losing a day at school maybe if you were a decent parent and cared for your own children you may see my point ,as for your comment re migrant workers i am not british but your right about how lazy the british are i came to this country to work my children have been raised with the same work values and all work for there pocket money they value what they get as they feel they have worked for it ,as too the low standards of education of british school children i feel your pain , i my self will not employ british kids as they cant count or even spell ,but that s is a whole other story school fail in the uk because teachers are so poor that teach in them ,as for been a ghost maybe it s time you went back to your whole in the ground
I find your comments really offensive! You do not have the right to make such sweeping statements regarding the level of children's education in this country, especially given the standard of your grammar and spelling. If a British person said what you are saying about a migrant or person of a different ethnic minority they would be accussed of being racist or xenophobic. Why, therefore, do you think your comments are acceptable? What you clearly think IS acceptable is to utilise the education system in this country and then have the audacity to slag it off!! Bit hypocritical, don't you think?
[quote][p][bold]martyt[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: martyt from your post it seems you spent little time in school learning so that helps explain your lack of ambition for your own kids. It's no wonder migrant workers are more likely to get work than the lazy and poorly educated kids produced by lazy poorly educated people in the UK.[/p][/quote]you can hide in the argus as your a sad low life scum the type that hangs around school gates ,my concern as a parent for the safety of my children far out weighs them losing a day at school maybe if you were a decent parent and cared for your own children you may see my point ,as for your comment re migrant workers i am not british but your right about how lazy the british are i came to this country to work my children have been raised with the same work values and all work for there pocket money they value what they get as they feel they have worked for it ,as too the low standards of education of british school children i feel your pain , i my self will not employ british kids as they cant count or even spell ,but that s is a whole other story school fail in the uk because teachers are so poor that teach in them ,as for been a ghost maybe it s time you went back to your whole in the ground[/p][/quote]I find your comments really offensive! You do not have the right to make such sweeping statements regarding the level of children's education in this country, especially given the standard of your grammar and spelling. If a British person said what you are saying about a migrant or person of a different ethnic minority they would be accussed of being racist or xenophobic. Why, therefore, do you think your comments are acceptable? What you clearly think IS acceptable is to utilise the education system in this country and then have the audacity to slag it off!! Bit hypocritical, don't you think? BB1975

11:09pm Sun 20 Jan 13

martyt says...

BB1975 wrote:
martyt wrote:
Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
martyt from your post it seems you spent little time in school learning so that helps explain your lack of ambition for your own kids.
It's no wonder migrant workers are more likely to get work than the lazy and poorly educated kids produced by lazy poorly educated people in the UK.
you can hide in the argus as your a sad low life scum the type that hangs around school gates ,my concern as a parent for the safety of my children far out weighs them losing a day at school maybe if you were a decent parent and cared for your own children you may see my point ,as for your comment re migrant workers i am not british but your right about how lazy the british are i came to this country to work my children have been raised with the same work values and all work for there pocket money they value what they get as they feel they have worked for it ,as too the low standards of education of british school children i feel your pain , i my self will not employ british kids as they cant count or even spell ,but that s is a whole other story school fail in the uk because teachers are so poor that teach in them ,as for been a ghost maybe it s time you went back to your whole in the ground
I find your comments really offensive! You do not have the right to make such sweeping statements regarding the level of children's education in this country, especially given the standard of your grammar and spelling. If a British person said what you are saying about a migrant or person of a different ethnic minority they would be accussed of being racist or xenophobic. Why, therefore, do you think your comments are acceptable? What you clearly think IS acceptable is to utilise the education system in this country and then have the audacity to slag it off!! Bit hypocritical, don't you think?
really i pay my taxes so i will judge the standards of services that my taxes pay for ,if you pay for a meal and its bad would you not return it ? and as for were people come from your friend maxwell raised that point , im happy to be non british ,and i make the comments re poor standards of school leavers judged on the ability of the same school leavers not been able to add simple numbers up or fill in a pre interview form for employment
[quote][p][bold]BB1975[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]martyt[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: martyt from your post it seems you spent little time in school learning so that helps explain your lack of ambition for your own kids. It's no wonder migrant workers are more likely to get work than the lazy and poorly educated kids produced by lazy poorly educated people in the UK.[/p][/quote]you can hide in the argus as your a sad low life scum the type that hangs around school gates ,my concern as a parent for the safety of my children far out weighs them losing a day at school maybe if you were a decent parent and cared for your own children you may see my point ,as for your comment re migrant workers i am not british but your right about how lazy the british are i came to this country to work my children have been raised with the same work values and all work for there pocket money they value what they get as they feel they have worked for it ,as too the low standards of education of british school children i feel your pain , i my self will not employ british kids as they cant count or even spell ,but that s is a whole other story school fail in the uk because teachers are so poor that teach in them ,as for been a ghost maybe it s time you went back to your whole in the ground[/p][/quote]I find your comments really offensive! You do not have the right to make such sweeping statements regarding the level of children's education in this country, especially given the standard of your grammar and spelling. If a British person said what you are saying about a migrant or person of a different ethnic minority they would be accussed of being racist or xenophobic. Why, therefore, do you think your comments are acceptable? What you clearly think IS acceptable is to utilise the education system in this country and then have the audacity to slag it off!! Bit hypocritical, don't you think?[/p][/quote]really i pay my taxes so i will judge the standards of services that my taxes pay for ,if you pay for a meal and its bad would you not return it ? and as for were people come from your friend maxwell raised that point , im happy to be non british ,and i make the comments re poor standards of school leavers judged on the ability of the same school leavers not been able to add simple numbers up or fill in a pre interview form for employment martyt

11:43pm Sun 20 Jan 13

Maxwell's Ghost says...

Get off your backside and grit the roads and get your kids in school instead if whinging.
Get off your backside and grit the roads and get your kids in school instead if whinging. Maxwell's Ghost

11:44pm Sun 20 Jan 13

Maxwell's Ghost says...

Get off your backside and grit the roads and get your kids in school instead of whinging. Moan, moan, moan.
Get off your backside and grit the roads and get your kids in school instead of whinging. Moan, moan, moan. Maxwell's Ghost

1:37am Mon 21 Jan 13

martyt says...

Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
Get off your backside and grit the roads and get your kids in school instead if whinging.
so much for im off as im up for work at 5.00 ,like all your post you live in a dream world of your own making ,its a shame you can t remember your lies ,sad sad person
[quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: Get off your backside and grit the roads and get your kids in school instead if whinging.[/p][/quote]so much for im off as im up for work at 5.00 ,like all your post you live in a dream world of your own making ,its a shame you can t remember your lies ,sad sad person martyt

1:40am Mon 21 Jan 13

martyt says...

Maxwell's Ghost wrote:
Get off your backside and grit the roads and get your kids in school instead if whinging.
just like a cucumber keeps repeating your self
[quote][p][bold]Maxwell's Ghost[/bold] wrote: Get off your backside and grit the roads and get your kids in school instead if whinging.[/p][/quote]just like a cucumber keeps repeating your self martyt

2:06am Mon 21 Jan 13

Boston Boy says...

muzz4tasha wrote:
PLEASE CORRECT SPELLING GRAMMER ETC, ITS THERE FOR YOU! LOLLLLLLLLL
I hope the irony will not be lost o this one!
[quote][p][bold]muzz4tasha[/bold] wrote: PLEASE CORRECT SPELLING GRAMMER ETC, ITS THERE FOR YOU! LOLLLLLLLLL[/p][/quote]I hope the irony will not be lost o this one! Boston Boy

7:33am Mon 21 Jan 13

Ihopenoonehasthisusername says...

leobrighton wrote:
Hope their all shut will save us some money. One school in Hove is giving away over two grand worth of free school meals a week to immigrants kids.
Their shut??? Their shut???
[quote][p][bold]leobrighton[/bold] wrote: Hope their all shut will save us some money. One school in Hove is giving away over two grand worth of free school meals a week to immigrants kids.[/p][/quote]Their shut??? Their shut??? Ihopenoonehasthisusername

8:13am Mon 21 Jan 13

Mr P Brown says...

PorkBoat wrote:
Why are schools closed? We've had a couple of inches of snow, not howling snowdrifts and blizzards. Why are the roads impassable? We've been warned about this for at least two weeks, so why is no one prepared? Appalling, amateur and incompetent.
Where my partner works, the kids are off but the teachers have to go in
[quote][p][bold]PorkBoat[/bold] wrote: Why are schools closed? We've had a couple of inches of snow, not howling snowdrifts and blizzards. Why are the roads impassable? We've been warned about this for at least two weeks, so why is no one prepared? Appalling, amateur and incompetent.[/p][/quote]Where my partner works, the kids are off but the teachers have to go in Mr P Brown

9:40am Mon 21 Jan 13

Fight_Back says...

"i my self will not employ british kids as they cant count or even spell"

You might want to check your posts on this thread and get your own house in order before slagging off the British education system and British children.
"i my self will not employ british kids as they cant count or even spell" You might want to check your posts on this thread and get your own house in order before slagging off the British education system and British children. Fight_Back

11:28am Mon 21 Jan 13

vogon1 says...

More excuses. Let's not send our children to school tomorrow, just in case it rains and they get wet.
More excuses. Let's not send our children to school tomorrow, just in case it rains and they get wet. vogon1

2:22pm Mon 21 Jan 13

Daisyb2uk says...

In 1963 (really bad year for snow, Boxing Day until March) we still went to school. I also did my paper round, from Patcham village, up Mackie Avenue and a good few of the avenues off it, finishing at the Ladies Mile pub. It took me over four hours. Snow came up over my wellingtons so most of it was done with cold wet feet.
In 1963 (really bad year for snow, Boxing Day until March) we still went to school. I also did my paper round, from Patcham village, up Mackie Avenue and a good few of the avenues off it, finishing at the Ladies Mile pub. It took me over four hours. Snow came up over my wellingtons so most of it was done with cold wet feet. Daisyb2uk

3:37pm Mon 21 Jan 13

Number Six says...

Daisyb2uk wrote:
In 1963 (really bad year for snow, Boxing Day until March) we still went to school. I also did my paper round, from Patcham village, up Mackie Avenue and a good few of the avenues off it, finishing at the Ladies Mile pub. It took me over four hours. Snow came up over my wellingtons so most of it was done with cold wet feet.
I was thinking about that. I know my memeory ain't what it was but I don't recall ever missing school, apart from sickness. Certainly not for anything as trivial as weather. What changed, I wonder?

Martit. The Queen's mother was Scottish, not German, and all Monarchs are descended from William I, even the German ones and apart from William I and Henry I can trace their line back to Egbert.
[quote][p][bold]Daisyb2uk[/bold] wrote: In 1963 (really bad year for snow, Boxing Day until March) we still went to school. I also did my paper round, from Patcham village, up Mackie Avenue and a good few of the avenues off it, finishing at the Ladies Mile pub. It took me over four hours. Snow came up over my wellingtons so most of it was done with cold wet feet.[/p][/quote]I was thinking about that. I know my memeory ain't what it was but I don't recall ever missing school, apart from sickness. Certainly not for anything as trivial as weather. What changed, I wonder? Martit. The Queen's mother was Scottish, not German, and all Monarchs are descended from William I, even the German ones and apart from William I and Henry I can trace their line back to Egbert. Number Six

8:06am Tue 22 Jan 13

vogon1 says...

Number Six wrote:
Daisyb2uk wrote:
In 1963 (really bad year for snow, Boxing Day until March) we still went to school. I also did my paper round, from Patcham village, up Mackie Avenue and a good few of the avenues off it, finishing at the Ladies Mile pub. It took me over four hours. Snow came up over my wellingtons so most of it was done with cold wet feet.
I was thinking about that. I know my memeory ain't what it was but I don't recall ever missing school, apart from sickness. Certainly not for anything as trivial as weather. What changed, I wonder?

Martit. The Queen's mother was Scottish, not German, and all Monarchs are descended from William I, even the German ones and apart from William I and Henry I can trace their line back to Egbert.
Health and Safety overload? PC brigade? blame culture? .
Take your pick!
Whatever the cause, this country has lost it's backbone
[quote][p][bold]Number Six[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Daisyb2uk[/bold] wrote: In 1963 (really bad year for snow, Boxing Day until March) we still went to school. I also did my paper round, from Patcham village, up Mackie Avenue and a good few of the avenues off it, finishing at the Ladies Mile pub. It took me over four hours. Snow came up over my wellingtons so most of it was done with cold wet feet.[/p][/quote]I was thinking about that. I know my memeory ain't what it was but I don't recall ever missing school, apart from sickness. Certainly not for anything as trivial as weather. What changed, I wonder? Martit. The Queen's mother was Scottish, not German, and all Monarchs are descended from William I, even the German ones and apart from William I and Henry I can trace their line back to Egbert.[/p][/quote]Health and Safety overload? PC brigade? blame culture? . Take your pick! Whatever the cause, this country has lost it's backbone vogon1

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