April 10, 2021


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Headmaster: I refuse to make pupils wear masks in class

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26 thoughts on “Headmaster: I refuse to make pupils wear masks in class

  1. A massive WELL DONE, this principal has principles and puts his CHILDREN first and not the fear and panic.
    Remember it was BACTERIAL PNEUMONIA that caused most of the deaths during the Spanish Flu from wearing dirty face coverings, people just do NOT realise the harm that face coverings do and this is EXACTLY why medical professionals are TRAINED in face mask wearing and there are risk assessments carried out to ensure that they can be worn and worn correctly.

  2. Good man doing good things.
    Repeal Coronavirus Act and end all Covid-19 restrictions – Sign this petition on the gov website. End this nonsense.

  3. It’s not about masks, it’s not about viruses, it’s certainly not about your health. It is about much much more. Oxygen deprivation damages every single organ.

  4. If I lived in London, my children would go to this school and David Perks would be my headmaster. What a brilliant interview. Loved particularly what Mr.. Perks said about scinece at the end. Thank you so much for this jewel.

  5. I hope this head teacher reads this comment! I’m fully behind your position on this. My kids primary school in Scotland doesn’t require the children to wear masks. All the parents must and are not allowed near or in the buildings.

  6. This headmaster is not "refusing to go along with government regulations." He is complying FULLY with the regulations. They only ADVISE wearing masks… Come on man! 😂

  7. why can't you have a free for all? our school is enforcing face coverings outside! there is no guidelines on that, but they have made up their ownrule for people to wear them, why shouldn't head teachers have that choice, this teacher has said, if you want to wear a face nappy, do it, but do not expect all people to ,freedom of choice.

  8. The authoritarians take scientific statements, which always include uncertainty, and translate them into inflexible, dogmatic statements in order to seize more control and satisfy their lust for power.

  9. He lost me at the bit where he said that science should not be used 'to overrule politics and our decision making, as if it's somehow above it'. Incredibly myopic, coming from a head teacher

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