Friday, December 20, 2013

School to hold 'man days' and teach male pupils how to shave and ask out girls

Boys lacking positive male role models are to get sessions in shaving and asking girls out at an Essex school. The idea behind "man days" at Chase High School in Westcliff came about after an Ofsted inspection found achievement was "inadequate".

Victoria Overy, head teacher, said a number of her male students lacked a positive male role model at home.

Mrs Overy said the lack of male role models had proved a "barrier" to some boys' educational attainment. The "man days" will cover a number of social skills including asking girls out and fine dining etiquette.

Planned to start in the New Year, the "man days" will also include a round of golf, a possible visit to a military assault course, shaving advice, guidance on dating and dining skills. A similar project is in the early stages of planning for the school's female population.


Anonymous said...

I have seen the future, and I am frightened.

BoS said...

When you read the linked-to story, it's feminazis at work; boys and young men are no longer allowed to be who they are, they have to be some kind of feminised ideal. Appalling.

WilliamRocket said...

Mrs Overy

WilliamRocket said...

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Cool to the power of 74 times 38.