Sidmouth propagandize defends headmaster after 50 Shades of Grey fun creates inhabitant headlines
March 25, 2017 - Fifty Shades of Grey
PUBLISHED: 12:39 24 Mar 2017 | UPDATED: 16:10 24 Mar 2017
St John’s School headteacher Mike Burgess. Ref shs 7908-49-15SH. Picture: Simon Horn
Mike Burgess light-heartedly wrote in a new newsletter that he was unhappy nobody guessed that of his ‘literary heroes’ he chose for a fancy-dress festivities. He afterwards sealed off as Christian Grey, one of a categorical characters in a suacy best-seller.
In a matter released this week, bosses during a private propagandize in Convent Road voiced bewail for any corruption caused by Mr Burgess’s comments and pronounced they were dictated to be ‘humorous’.
The sharp-suited impression Christian Grey is a shining self-made billionaire protagonist – with a gusto for subjugation – in a amorous intrigue Fifty Shades trilogy penned by British author EL James.
Mr Burgess, a former landowner who took a tip purpose during a propagandize in 2015, wrote in a newsletter, published on a website and common to Facebook and Twitter followers: “Some smashing costumes to kindle seductiveness and trigger conversations about a favourite books and characters.
“Disappointingly, nobody has managed to theory that literary favourite of cave we chose to portray, notwithstanding a pointy fit and disrespectful opinion – maybe no one beheld any difference.”
“Happy weekend everyone, Christian Grey.”
The headmaster even joked that a co-worker had ‘warned against’ a ostensible costume.
One endangered person, who had taken a comments during face value, wrote to a Herald this week and said: “I do consternation if a universe has left mad.”
The inhabitant press was also contacted on a matter and duly reported on a comments.
St John’s School is partial of International Education Systems. Its chairman, Andrew McEwen, said: “St John’s School has been done wakeful that an purported censure has been done to a media per an essay recently published by a school.
“We would like to highlight that no complaint, from any relatives or otherwise, has been perceived by possibly a propagandize itself or by any of a directors, and that is still a box during a time of releasing this statement.
“It is a bargain that a purported censure concerns an essay from headmaster Mr Burgess.
“This featured a comment, that was dictated to be humorous; we bewail any corruption that might have been taken that was clearly not a aim. Contrary to some reports, Mr Burgess did not dress as a impression on World Book Day as he had a series of meetings with relatives in propagandize on that day.”