From today's Metro. I particularly like the parents' comments.
10-year-old pupils learn the three Fs in 'swearing' class
A class of ten-year-olds at a church school were encouraged to write down the rudest words they knew - and then grade them in order of offensiveness.
The youngsters were told to produce the list by a male teacher who wanted them to decide how upsetting the phrases would be if they were used to bully people.
The litany of lewdness included variations on the F-word, crude slang for sex acts, female and male genitalia, and racist and derogatory name-calling.
Parents were furious when their children returned home from Great and Little Shelford Church of England Primary School near Cambridge and saw their 'vocabulary of filth'.
Yesterday, parents who declined to be named for fear of reprisals, spoke of their disbelief.
One mother said: 'When my ten-year-old showed me an exercise book with words like "c***sucker" rewarded with a tick from the teacher, I was disgusted.
'You don't expect your children to learn this kind of filth at school, particularly one linked to the church.'
Another added: 'I don't want to sound prudish but it is a pity there isn't more emphasis placed on the three Rs in schools these days.
'Some of the words used were so bad, I'd never heard them before.'
Headteacher Alison Evans has since apologised over Fred Laband's lesson and ordered the abusive material to be ripped from all 30 pupils' exercise books.
'On reflection, it has been agreed it was inappropriate to record these words in writing and the pages have been removed,' a letter sent to parents said.