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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Stunned parents watched a teacher swear in a lockdown video posted on their school's web page. The footage showed staff from Arden Primary School in Sparkhill laughing and joking, with a woman looking into the camera and saying: "You f*****s get on." The footage was mistakenly posted on DB Primary, a website used by scores to post lessons and work for children learning at home during lockdown. The video was quickly shared on social media, with one comment on TikTok saying: "Swearing at parents? Is that the behaviour we expect from teachers? Now we know what they really think of us." School headteacher Gurjit Shergill appeared equally furious in a letter sent home to parents. He said he had launched an internal probe and pledged: "This will not happen again." The staff involved were practising how to record online lessons, the school said. The footage shared on social media showed a woman in conversation with colleagues before she swore. Arden Primary School. Another woman can be heard laughing and saying: "I’ll say that and there'll be an email tomorrow morning saying (inaudible)they are threatening the families and now we’re swearing at them and abusing them..
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.." Mr Shergill said: “The wording in this video is completely unacceptable and not a reflection of our school, staff and our ethos. "I take this matter very seriously and I am working with our Chair of Governors in carrying out a full internal investigation.
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