Pictured: British teacher who died on school ski trip in Austria after falling from 4m-high wall and landing on his head on way back from pub at 3am Jonathan Taylor, 44, killed instantly after falling off a four-metre stone wallThe IT teacher landed on his head while walking home from a pub at 3am He leaves a wife and had taught at the Nottinghamshire school for a year Pupils, aged 14 and 15, will return today after cutting their trip cut short They paid tribute on Twitter to the 'lovely' and 'highly respected' teacher By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 16:05 GMT, 31 March 2013 | UPDATED: 07:49 GMT, 1 April 2013 First picture: IT teacher Jonathan Taylor died after falling off a 4m-high wall after a trip to the pub on a school skiing holiday A British teacher has died on a school ski trip after falling off a four-metre-high stone wall and landing on his head following a trip to a pub. Jonathan Taylor, 44, an IT teacher at Christ the King School in Arnold, Nottinghamshire, had been to a pub at Matrei in the Austrian East Tyrol region when he fell from the roadside wall, Austrian police said.
Revealed: How Sandy Hook shooter Adam Lanza 'passed over' a classroom full of children – because he though it was empty Investigation into the shooting has revealed that Lanza ignored a classroom full of children because he thought the room was emptyConnecticut State Police sources reveal the horrifying and chilling sequence of events of December 14thLanza killed 26 people at Sandy Hook – including 20 children in 1st grade Adam Lanza, 20, had clippings and information on every recent mass murder committed inside and outside the United States prior to the massacre he executed at the Connecticut elementary school after Adam Lanza opened fire killing 20 1st graders” class=”blkBorder” /> Connecticut State Police lead a line of children from the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown on Friday, Dec. 14, 2012 after Adam Lanza opened fire killing 20 1st graders The school had recently performed a practice lockdown drill and the black construction paper that had been put up on the door had been left there – leading Lanza to think the classroom was empty. Roig and her class, sat in petrified silence while they heard Lanza continue past their door
My pupils call me Little Sir: 3ft tall Azad, 22, achieves his dream to be a teacher (by standing on the desk to reach the board)Azad Singh, 22, has a rare hormone disorder and stopped growing age fiveHe was bullied at school because he is just 3ft tall and weighs less than 3st By Emily Davies PUBLISHED: 00:03 GMT, 5 March 2013 | UPDATED: 04:08 GMT, 5 March 2013 At the age of 18 he was mistaken for a baby and labelled a circus freak, but 3ft tall Azad Singh has achieved his dreams of becoming a teacher – the world's smallest to be precise. Mr Singh has a rare genetic disorder which meant he stopped growing at the age of five and at the age of 22 is trapped in a child's body
W*****! Headmaster’s message announcing teacher’s retirement hid coded insult which was spotted by his departing colleague Mark Dunning announced Roger Clark's retirement in school newsletterBut Mr Clark noticed the kind words were not what they seemedMr Dunning has now quit the 13,000-a-year Orley Farm School in Harrow By Helen Lawson PUBLISHED: 10:32 GMT, 1 March 2013 | UPDATED: 20:15 GMT, 1 March 2013 Retired teacher Roger Clark was insulted by his headmaster Mark Dunning in a school newsletter As retirement announcements go, it seemed kind and innocuous enough. But a prep school headmaster's wordplay has cost him his job after his departing colleague detected a stronger sentiment between the lines. 'It is with mixed feelings that I announce the retirement of Mr Roger Clark at the end of this term,' wrote Mark Dunning, the head of the 13,000-a-year Orley Farm School in Harrow, north-west London.
'Haven't you run before' Cringeworthy moment US television presenter mistakes Olympic gold medal winner Mo Farah for an amateurFarah, 29, had won a half marathon in New Orleans in record timeHe appeared a little stunned by the foolish question, asking 'sorry'But the anchor was unaware of the gaffe and repeated the questionShe later asked him 'how do you prepare for a marathon like this'The champion British runner replied: 'I haven't done a marathon yet'Champion runner Paula Radcliffe casts doubt over his marathon plans Olympic Games” class=”blkBorder” /> Has he run before Mo Farah reacts as he wins the men's 5,000m final at the London 2012 Olympic Games The interview has caused a stir on Twitter, where British journalist Piers Morgan, who is currently working in the U.S. tweeted: 'Hey @Mo_Farah – come on my CNN show tonight to discuss that crazy U.S. interview…
Head teacher and five staff suspended for locking a knife-wielding nine-year-old pupil in the 'naughty cupboard'Child carried blade taken from the kitchen at Revoe Primary in BlackpoolHe was disarmed and put in a lockable 'naughty cupboard' to calm downStaff suspended and police investigating false imprisonment By Martin Robinson PUBLISHED: 12:51 GMT, 26 February 2013 | UPDATED: 14:59 GMT, 26 February 2013 Fury has erupted at a primary school because its headteacher and five others have been suspended after they disarmed a knife-wielding child and shut him in a 'naughty cupboard'. Teachers placed the nine-year-old in a lockable room after he terrorised staff and fellow pupils with a blade he took from the kitchen at Revoe Primary School in Blackpool.
Woman with cystic fibrosis is denied vital new drug because she live in Scotland… while her brother gets it as he's based in England Emma Mitchell lives in Scotland and will not get breakthrough cystic fibrosis drugHer brother Nick lives in London and will because it has been approved in EnglandNow she must wait until January 14 to find out if she can get the life-saving treatment | UPDATED: 10:13 GMT, 31 December 2012 A brother and sister with the same chronic lung condition are facing a cross-Border lottery which will see one of them denied a life-saving drug. Emma Mitchell – who lives in Scotland – and her London-based brother Nick Talbot both have cystic fibrosis.
LEGOmaniacs! Thought Lego was for kids Meet the men (and women) who spend 20 hours a week playing with their little bricks | UPDATED: 23:46 GMT, 27 December 2012 Every year for the past 20 years, secondary school teacher Michael Addis and his wife, Catherine, have built a giant Lego model in their living room.
Parent's grief for four-year-old daughter who died from 'heart attack' just a week after starring as an angel in her first nativityMadeline Campion-Marsh had no history of long-term illness Devastated family still do not know exactly what caused her death'Now she is a real angel in heaven', say her devastated parentsHer infant school head teacher described her as a 'lovely little girl' | UPDATED: 14:49 GMT, 27 December 2012 The parents of a four-year-old girl have spoken of their heartbreak after their beloved daughter died of a suspected heart attack – just a week after starring as an angel in her first school nativity play. Little Madeline Campion-Marsh, known as Maddie, passed away at her family home in Broomfield, Kent, on the afternoon of December 19. The primary school pupil had been off ill at home with her mother Rosalyn Campion, 47, and 17-year-old brother when she suffered the suspected heart attack
Naughty No our boy is just misunderstood: Parents defend son, 5, expelled from school for kicking teacher in the face Logan Steed is a 'happy and polite' child at home, say mother and father Primary school child was suspended four times in his first year of school | UPDATED: 00:54 GMT, 21 December 2012 Logan Steed was kicked out after being suspended four times in his first year The cherubic face and angelic smile might suggest a sweet disposition. But Logan Steed’s school record indicates otherwise – he was suspended four times in his first year before finally being expelled.