TVJ Midday News: Incident with Teacher Caught On Camera – November 22 2019
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TVJ Midday News: Incident with Teacher Caught On Camera – November 22 2019

November 23, 2019

good afternoon I am Andrea Chism with
the midday news a special welcome if you’re watching on one spot Mediacom a
high-level probe has been launched into an incident at Pembroke Hall High in
Saint Andrew in which a teacher threatened a child with violence t v–
J’s amélie Poulain reports the video capture has been circulating on social
media it lasted for two minutes and 20 seconds in the video a teacher seated at
her desk in the middle of a lesson when she was interrupted by a student who
handed her a piece of paper the teacher was again interrupted but this time by a
male student the situation got heated when the
student in response raised his voice principal of Pembroke Hall hi Reverend
Claude Ellis confirmed on our gr structure program hotline that the
incident happened at the institution on Thursday something that concern from
anyone either teacher parent or student and so of course he also outlined the
next steps of this school will take the code of regulations if that happens in
school so my critical incident report will be done my education officer is on
route and we will take it from there similar pollen TPJ news in an apparent
response to the petition to recognize Jamaican Creole or patois as an official
language the prime minister thinks Jamaicans are wasting too much time on
trivial matters Andrew Holness also emphasized the importance of
preparing Jamaican students to be proficient in the use of English
language TV Jay’s shamela Pollan has details there has been widespread public
debates about making patois an official language in Jamaica
persons argue it would help students learn easier boost foreign exchange
earnings and discrimination against Jamaicans who
speak the language but according to Prime Minister Andrew Holness english is
the language of Commerce mr. Hollis argued that helping Jamaican children to
learn the language will enable them to function better in the international
community I was in Korea recently in 1963 Korea was poorer than Jamaica in
terms of its GDP per capita today Korea is in the top 15 economies of the world
according to the Prime Minister countries that have developed within the
last 50 years have invested heavily in education in particular English language
he thinks Jamaicans should do the same build the all of the other languages but
they recognize that english is the language of Commerce so they don’t waste
time trying to deal with all the social issues surrounding language the prime
minister also said Jamaicans unwillingness to change has resulted in
the country developing at a slower pace than others we tend to want to tear down
everything that is proposed that could potentially be loved lifting and we
waste a great deal of time effort and resources trying to find a negative in
everything not realizing that in this very sweet
race of life others are advancing even those who were behind us leaving us
behind he was speaking at a function to rename the Spaulding high school to the
Alfonso’s Davis High School on Tuesday the school was renamed in honor of its
former principal who served the Institute
for 19 years Shamala pollen TBG news local government Minister Desmond
McKenzie says thieves are making off with the newly installed LED
streetlights in Montego Bay the minister says under an agreement with the Jamaica
Public Service the Power Company has installed over 10,000 lights and has
repaired another 1,200 but the minister says people are removing the
streetlights pretending they are repairing them Minister McKenzie says
the JPS is on track to complete the installation of streetlights by the end
of the year Health Minister dr. Christopher Tufton has responded to
concerns that doctors and nurses continue to work in the public health
system without being on a pension plan speaking on TV Jay’s all angles
Wednesday doctor Tufton said it is something his ministry intends to fix
the Ministry of Finance has granted an additional 1,500 posts and those will be
primarily nurses effective when well it’s it’s it’s supposed to be effective
immediately but it’s working its way through the system because it has to
filter down through the regions and then the individual hospitals to determine
the right sizing of the numbers but it is something that we have worked on and
I’m happy to announce that we are now there and doctors doctors not yet at
that stage but it is something that we need to work on we have gone as far as
to prepare HR to support the bill doubts that we
undisciplined X three to five years and it’s time for a break but stay with us
more stories right after these messages welcome back and we’re continuing the
news immediate past president of the private sector organization of Jamaica
Howard Mitchell has again expressed his disapproval with the under development
of Jamaicans seemingly in favor of the development of roads mr. Mitchell also
added his voice to the increasingly strong relationship between Jamaica and
China TV jeiza Shane masters reports and so began Howard Mitchell scathing speech
directed at the political leadership in Jamaica back in September mr. Mitchell
reasoned that the government’s priority was wrong when it decided to spend money
on roads instead of on poor people particularly those in the inner city his
views were challenged by some government officials who defended their decisions
and argue the projects would vindicate them in the future but Mitchell is not
backing down and on Thursday the Mond how the people were being left behind
we haven’t wrapped almost one-third of our population in inner-city communities
called Garrison’s almost all our children are entrapped in an inadequate
unequal dated and dysfunctional education system whereas in 1962
Singapore with which we then compared favorably is now exporting computer
chips integrated circuit chips we are still exporting banana chips but
despite the concerns the government is pressing ahead with its focus on roads
and other infrastructure and in fact has since embarked on a new road project
with China namely the southern coastal highway improvement project in addition
only this week in Parliament the Prime Minister review that China has interests
in investing in the key – economic zone so we desperately run from one
compromised and dependent relationship with one self-serving on a hegemonic
superpower to another to sustain ourselves in surviving the consequences
of our misguided an on policy driven externally imposed meanderings through
incompetent tribalist governments Mattel had this to
say about the jamika Chinese relationship which is blossoming under
the watchful eyes of America in a world where the elephants have begun to fight
and our little ants nest is right in the middle of their stomping groan do we
follow the pattern of our delightfully articulate and hardworking foreign
minister who says that she would not be drawn into the debate or do we posture
in the manner of a bantam foal like one of our opposition sent senators and
noisily from our chests and crow defiance at the elephants the immediate
past president of a private sector organization of Jamaica was speaking in
st. Andrew on Thursday at a function put on by the quantity surveyors of Jamaica
machine masters TVJ newest member of parliament for st. andrew southern mark
Golding has called for the National Environment and planning agency NEPA to
do relevant checks before the government moves forward with its plans for the
development of the police headquarters at no man’s land mr. Golding spoke with
our news team following a tour of the trench town police station with the
national security minister dr. Horace Chang recently there needs to be a
proper study as to the whether or not this and to what extent and how a
facility like that can fit within the overall space of what is around it and
an e IA with the difference not just an environmental impact assessment from the
point of view of the the physical environment and looking at fauna and
flora but a more social environment started to see how can a massive police
facility like that be integrated effectively with a commit with
surrounding communities which have serious social problems and also
problems with infrastructure and housing issues and so on and in sports st.
Catherine High and Excelsior will meet in the deciding game of this season’s is
a Walker Cup knockout competition after scoring contrasting victories in
Thursday’s semi finals at the ‘i’m east here Stevie J is a Spencer
Darlington in TV Jay’s game of the days in Catherine hi upset nine time former
champions sent to George’s College courtesy of a 5-4 penalty shootout win
st. George’s College started out on the front foot and proceeded to dictate the
tempo in the first half where San Catherine high looked a subdued in most
areas st. George’s took up the ascendancy when captain Nathaniel
Campbell served up a nice delivery for top marksman shantamma Taylor the slot
home quite easily in the 40th minute st GC began the second half in a similar
mood to the first as they searched for some added insurance however st.
Catherine high fought their way back into contention and were rewarded on six
to four minutes when they’re sick on the leading scorer this season Siobhan Cole
rifled home from close range regulation time and even the five minutes which
were added for stoppages ended in a one all deadlock and so the dreaded penalty
kicks were called in to play center ojas College missed their third penalty who
Allison Catherine were perfect from the spot I think we start the game very well
but I’m a fan I take a to triode step back after I first 20 minutes analogous
at our plea you know we talked about it at length in debris and asked them to
steer close and and be very patient you know you know you know approach and when
the opportunity comes and we must have to take it and you know it we’re going
to find to the pin at the shootout and it’s very very confident of the tough
device this is something that I’m you know we we work on a whole lot and not
you can see to the end you can see to do or they look kicking those penalty I
think this is our 19th game and we’ve only lost one game junior on a play that
was the same hundred technical when we lost 3-1 we lost on penalties here and
we lost on penalties the Cornwall College so yeah you’re disappointed
every time you lose you’re disappointed every time the season ends and and you
don’t win anything but I I can’t give these kids a hard time I think they
worked hard I think they put out your best which is what I asked I asked for
them to have fun playing schoolboy football and to leave everything on the
pack and I think they did Spencer Darlington TVJ sports and that’s the
midday news I’m Andrea Chisholm join us at 7:00 for the prime time news package
on behalf of the news sports and production teams with afternoon
and have a good dinner

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  1. Oh my God that's not appropriate for a teacher to behave like that maybe she was having a bad day and even that you don't show it in your classroom

  2. Andrew they have invested in good governance and stamp out corruption which your government never does including pnp. U guys rather pocket the country’s money 🙄

  3. I guess now she’s out of a job 🤦🏾‍♀️.. these kids can really piss you off but as an adult and a teacher at that she should have acted like a professional… This is sooo embarrassing 🤦🏾‍♀️

  4. The example of dealing with conflict in this country in a non aggressive manner is lost!!! What is wrong with Jamaica can be fixed with what is right with Jamaica!!! That being said everything cannot be dismissed as being stressed.

  5. While she is unprofessional here….we dnt know the full case. Some of these kids not easy, if you show any weakness they will take advantage. A lot of teachers are getting attacked. I can see why she is on the defence, but still unprofessional.

  6. It is one thing when they show Jamaica to the world the slums and think all Jamaicans live that way , it is quite another when they interview the average Jamaican, and they are in the patois and think all Jamaicans speak that way . I am from a Jamaican background , and the only speak that way amongst family and friends , or when you have a battleax for female parent , who for one reason or the other goes off on one , and we say they are going native . We had many Jamaicans who stupidly said that we don't sound Jamaican , or because we lived in England . Has nothing to do with it . We were brought up to speak the proper English , the correct and grammatically correct way . To make Patois the official language is beyond one of the most ridiculous , and insane things I have ever heard . How in the Sam Hill will that enable learning English easier . What complete rubbish . Learn the proper English , and continue to make the ONLY English to be taught in schools . Years ago we knew someone who said that it should be the national language . So wait now when you go out in the world , and you only spoke Patois , how in the world will that help you to communicate . This garbage should not even be up for debate by any means .

  7. The prime minister must remember that people vote for them ,is not the government vote for the people them ,PNP and JLP doesn't make zero

  8. these set of children now a days are beyond rotten i can totally understand what teachers going through now a days but the teacher should never get baited to there level

  9. Thank you Television Jamaica for the upload. As for my thoughts on the Jamaica language I disagree with the Prime Minister. I believe if a country has a strong leader the country will flourish. PNP and the JLP a di same thing, mi nah pick nuh side.

  10. Regardless of what happened prior to this if he was out of line he should have been sent out to the principal or dean. There’s no excuse for her response

  11. Mr prime minister st.Lucia first language is not English but dey native tounge If I light skin negroes want acceptability from the white man go to dem country nah leave the local tounge be wat it is n stop manipulating poor ppl wit low education

  12. Reading some of the comments,it should not suprise anyone of her behavior,just listened to how she is speaking,no formal English,but the local village language,other wise called patwa, teacher back then use to speak English,to the point when they speak patwa,they sound so strange,well I guess those were the days will ever come back again,

  13. It not easy being a teacher, children these days don't have no respect. She was under some stress, they should check her record before think to fired her….

  14. She shouldn't say she we Murder him, that part wrong, but a so you have to deal with these now a days children, u gwan like you soft, and a you them a murder,

  15. The teacher was wrong but the student was equally wrong listen to student fuelling the issue. The teacher should be setting an example, this sort of behaviour by the teacher must be looked into. The student should not be speaking back to the teacher. The teacher should ask the question the pupil should answer, not talking back to teacher. These pupils they do not seems to understand that they are in school to learn and get themselves an education to better themselves. There needs to a proper study into schools on teacher / students interactions.

  16. A bit sad, but, as in many countries (UK where I am) this type of situation will pop up from time to time. I have had my fair share playing music and teaching (mainly music) over the years. Only this week,in the uk a little white girl. But this was a special school ( SEN, Special Educational Needs). So then teacher stressed out but if you find you are having to talk to students in this manner too often, you might want to consider taking a break from the profession at least for a while.

  17. This Teacher probably suffering from stress or have some home issues. It's not easy but she needs training. Maybe if it was another student he would have been more confrontational and it would have ended in physical violence. I dnt know…trying to see all sides.

  18. Jamaica is being left behind because of corruption and crime, and if we cannot proficiently speak English…then it's the ministry of education's fault. Do something about that and stop with your damn boastful slave talk.

  19. Jamaica will not acknowledge pawah as our main language not until an investor come in and say they want to invest in our language before they move to make it recognized developed and commercialize. By this point we would have already sell our birth rights… smh

  20. Pussyclaat Jamaica so bad that ppl a thief the street lights?? that is for dem better good.😂😂 that actually help the country to be developed also ok

  21. The teacher is not behaving like a teacher . I totally agree with the prime minister ENGLISH is what the world communicates with so that's what we should teach . Regarding the PSOJ head , Jamaica has spent a lot on poor communities , with nothing to show for it . Good , decent housing was developed , places like Arnett gardens , Tivoli gardens , Seaview gardens and the people turned them into ghettos . Build a palace put a pig into it and it will become a pigsty .

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