Pritchard's Paranoia

Pritchard's Paranoia, by George Culling, is the story of the struggle of the staff of Haselmere Open-Air School for Delicate Children to maintain standards following the appointment of Head Teacher Rupert Pritchard.
A malicious bully, his behaviour also suggests paranoia: a focus on minutiae while key issues are neglected... More

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Published by Austin Macauley
Words: 112,530
Language: Commonwealth English
ISBN: 9781301494538
About George Culling

An Air Navigator in World War Two, George Culling was successively a Head Teacher, Principal Lecturer in Education in a Polytechnic and Director of Schools and Teacher Training Department in the British Council. Later, he tutored and examined for the Open University and taught the piano.

His hobbies include piano-playing, listening to music, current affairs, reading, walking, gardening and writing.

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