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A star primary school teacher suspended after saying some staff were 'sat at home doing nothing' today insisted parents back her for being honest about teachers who 'wouldn't turn up' for work and act like they are furloughed on full pay

por Tracey Langlais (02/07/2020)


A star primary school teacher suspended after saying some staff were 'sat at home doing nothing' today insisted parents back her for being honest about teachers who 'wouldn't turn up' for Tour du thuyền Hạ Long giá rẻ work and act like they are furloughed on full pay.

Pauline Wood, from Grange Park in Sunderland, accused her staff of bragging that they were spending 'more time watching Netflix' at home than they were working during the coronavirus pandemic as they were only coming in to school two days a week.

Mrs Wood, a married mother-of-three, was then suspended on full pay on June 12 by the school's new chair of governors Mary Hodgson, but said today the school's parents are behind her '100 per cent'.

Today she turned on her underperforming staff again and told ITV's This Morning: 'They wouldn't turn up.

You know, we're not on furlough, we're on full wages and I think it's reasonable to expect people to come in. 

Pauline Wood, from Grange Park in Sunderland, accused her staff of bragging that they were spending 'more time watching Netflix' and said some wouldn't turn up for work

Mrs Wood spearheaded her school's rapid ascent up the Ofsted grading system from 'inadequate' to 'outstanding' in 15 years - but she has now been suspended