But what will be the effect on the children?

A school will be built with obscured ground-floor windows to prevent paedophiles from looking at the children, plans have revealed.

Concerns have been raised over the opening of a large school next door to a probation centre frequented by convicted paedophiles.

The new Livingstone Academy will take over a closed magistrates’ court building in Bournemouth, Dorset.

But the site is just a short walk from a probation office that is used by “people known to offend with children”.

Sigh.

And what will be the effect upon children of no natural light on that first floor? Greater or lesser than the ill effect of being perved at?

25 thoughts on “But what will be the effect on the children?”

  1. Wouldn’t mirrored glass be a better solution. So the.kids.can see out?
    In any case, if the kids are safe from attack, then what is the problem being solved?

  2. Frosted windows, Tim, not no windows.

    My favourite classroom at school has no windows at eye level. Less to distract the little darlings.

  3. We’re going to make kids lives worse, rather than giving pedos a boner.

    The nonce sized pachyderm is that these people are in general society. They haven’t just committed a crime. They’re sick individuals who should be viewed in the same way we view schizophrenics.

  4. Seems like a school being set up to fail either by left wing teachers and press or the clueless organisers who picked the sight.

    It will always be known as the Paedo school.

    The number of people who send their kids there will be too low to sustain no matter the control measures.

    Who wants another Dunblane?

  5. Bloke on M4: ’They’re sick individuals who should be viewed in the same way we view schizophrenics.’

    Left to roam the streets on their own recognisance until they kill someone, you mean?

  6. It used to be standard practice to build classrooms with windows too high to look out (and therefore look in) starts at chest height goes up to the ceiling. Sitting down all you can see is sky.

    Bastard Victorians, eh? Right again.

  7. You do have to wonder how many pervy paedos there will be attending the probation centre. One ? Who, as he’s attending a probation centre, will be trying to display no pervy-paedo behaviour whatsoever. And most definitely not peering at kids through school windows

  8. Unknown paedos could be looking through ANY window ANYwhere.

    How fucking stupid is adding extra expense because of what might happen?

    Plus–what good is a brief glimpse while walking past to a paedo? If ordinary sex vistas–strippers /tableaux etc –had to be viewed while walking past sideways at normal speed in either direction how much cash would be put down for the show? Any paedo hanging about or dragging their feet or gathering would stand out a mile. Put a cheap camera over the window showing who goes by. Job done.

  9. But the brighter children need an opportunity to look out at the world while the clots slow down the pace of teaching.

    Though I suppose they could use the old university tactic of doing the crossword when a duffer is lecturing.

  10. “Won’t somebody think of the children?” Screeched Mrs Montmorency-Havilliard.

    “I’m trying, but the frosted glass isn’t helping to be honest.” replied Gary Glitter.

  11. Dennis The Erudite 'n' Insightful

    The unasked question in all of this is who, exactly, thought it was a really great idea to locate a school in a building that close to a probation office? Are you telling me there isn’t another building in the whole of the city that couldn’t be used instead? You know, one that wouldn’t be in a direct line between convicted felons and their assigned probation officers?

    Fuck Brexit… You guys can’t even figure out how locate a goddamn school correctly.

  12. I used to work in a University where Admin staff were forbidden to look out of the windows in the morning, because if they did, there would be nothing for them to do in the afternoon.

    My argument was that they might as well look out of the windows all day long – (a) it would be about as useful as anything else they ever did, and (b) it would stop them doing things that were actually harmful.

  13. Dennis – your righteous outrage would be more impressive if your own country didn’t invite sex perverts to read stories to tots at public libraries.

    Mote, meet beam.

  14. Dennis, Septic to the Masses

    Dennis – your righteous outrage would be more impressive if your own country didn’t invite sex perverts to read stories to tots at public libraries.

    As usual, when you produce evidence that the British can’t find their collective ass with two hands and a mirror, they deflect said evidence by claiming you can’t find your ass either. As if that negates the evidence produced and makes everything alright.

    In the case you mentioned, public outrage ended that little episode with the dead-brains properly chastened. Problem solved.

    Rather than knock heads together in a proper American fashion, you decide to put paper on the windows and pretend the problem’s solved and everybody involved knew what the fuck they had been doing from the very beginning.

  15. Aren’t paedos usually banned from being within a certain distance of schools? They could be breaking the terms of their probation by visiting their probation officer.

  16. Aren’t paedos usually banned from being within a certain distance of schools? They could be breaking the terms of their probation by visiting their probation officer.

    In the USA, I believe that is the case. Not sure the same applies in the UK (although working or sharing a house with them is not allowed) IIRC

  17. @Roué le Jour August 31, 2019 at 11:17 am

    +1 High windows in all schools I attended

    The frosted windows are stupid virtue signalling; paedos can watch them enetring and leaving, shopping, playing, on bus….

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    @dearieme August 31, 2019 at 1:01 pm

    We had a duffer lecturer – we stopped attending which he complained about – six of the seven girls were too scared to not attend, we photo copied their notes.

  18. Uhm, what’s next? Lookouts to call ‘all clear’ so the children can go home free from the gaze of the kiddie-fiddlers?

    Cordon the area off and only allow in people with passes?

  19. Given the number of female paedophiles who work in schools you probably need frosted glass between the teachers and the kids!

  20. @Camden22

    +1

    However, when female paedophiles found Judge applies pussy pass and msm mostly ignore case

    “What are little girls made from” was a nursery rhyme, not the law.

    Although, like 1984 & Animal Farm, Gov’t, judiciary, police etc believe they are law.

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