A MIDDLE-CLASS mother has launched an appeal against the unfairness of her son’s GCSE grades, which have yet to be decided.
Joanna Kramer is already furious about son Seth’s prejudiced and biased teachers refusing to award him the top grades he deserves and had paperwork lodged with the local authority before midnight yesterday.
She said: “They should be giving themselves low grades as teachers for failing to bring out his full potential. That’s the real crime here.
“I know they haven’t actually decided the grades yet, but I’m absolutely incensed by the possibility that they could be bad. I couldn’t sleep. He’s a non-traditional unorthodox learner.
“What if he only gets an 7 in Spanish and doesn’t get into his first-choice college in Cambridge? Just because some stupid teacher was too sozzled on the inferior wine other parents give her to make the right prediction?
“We moved area for this bloody school, costing us half an acre of garden and adding 45 minutes to Mark’s commute. If he doesn’t get top grades in every subject, I’ll sue.”
Teacher Susan Traherne said: “I’ve been a teacher for 20 years. I know full well what grades to give when a kid’s parents both drive Audis. Chill.”