On 29/10/2006 15:06, email@example.com wrote: > It is with a sense of despair that I read this. Can those of us who would > like SCD to endure and grow possibly win out against the seemingly > entrenched attitude that says "this is ours and ours only"?
I am very reluctant to side with this statement. There are two sides to
every conflict and I would first very much like to hear another
description of the event. In principle, due to personal experience, I
distrust massively everything printed in any news magazine.
I disagree strongly that there is such an entrenched attitude "this is
ours and ours only". Perhaps a few individuals, but, Campbell, you are
exaggerating a touch. Entrenched it is not.
Since everyone in the RSCDS, in particular teachers, is concerned that
young people are not joining, I find it extraordinarily difficult to
believe that 2 left in the huff because students were present. There
just has to be more to it than that.
I found the article somewhat confusing. There were a bunch of different
people mentioned - the organiser (author of letter), the MC, 2 RSCDS
teachers, the people organising the clubs activities. To be honest, I
was more than a bit confused.
Again, as has already been written as reply to this - is there anyone
who can give a factual account of what happened?