Here Belinda describes her confusion in lessons.
Here Philip describes the difficulty of having to lipread in lessons.
Here Debbie talks to Ursula about learning to tell the time.
Here Ronald recalls some of the Parlour songs he was taught at school.
Here Ajay describes the difference between he and his brother’s schooling.
Here Jane talks about the lack of education and low expectations in her school.
Here Simone talks about having less opportunity of learning with a narrow curriculum
Here Michelle describes her lack of learning opportunities in school.
Here David describes the focus on Woodwork in his school.
Here Deborah recalls having her ability recognised in her Art lessons.
Here Zara describes the different levels of learning achieved in both her mainstream and special settings.
Here Mavis describes learning how to iron and starch.
Here Maresa talks about taking exams in school.
Here Clenton talks about his fear of reading in class.
Here Elliot describes struggling to keep up with the teacher.
Here Sue remembers her Basket Weaving lessons.
Here Ron talks about sex education at school.
Nadia describes talks about restricted subject choices.
Here Samantha describes her relationship with her college tutor.
Here Elliot describes being treated badly by one teacher.
Here Phillip describes being got out of bed by the Deputy Head in the mornings.
Here Joanne describes how her Science teacher was a role model for her.
Here David recalls what would happen if you fell asleep in an English lesson.
Here Michelle talks about the kind of teachers she experienced in her special school.
Here Richard talks about his difficult experiences with two teachers.
Here Christine describes her ‘horrible’ chain smoking teacher.
Here Anthea describes the impact her teacher had on her confidence.
Here Micheline recalls fond memories of her Home Tuition tutor.
Here Paul describes the difference in the abilities of some of his teachers.
Here Mark talks about a wonderful primary school teacher.
Here Mark talks about a memorable English teacher
Here Clenton remembers Mr Hebden, a teacher who had a profound imact on his life.
Here Ann describes how one teacher helped her escape from primary school.
Here Ray recalls her teachers.
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