The school said 700 students had taken part in the class and there had been no complaints from parents or students.Apart from the one in the 'Mail', that is?
But why would a school think this was ever a good idea?
A school spokesman said work on language and respect had been delivered to all Year Seven to Nine students over the last two months and it helps students recognise what is and is not acceptable and when to use it.
In a statement, the school said: 'As part of our social responsibility we are educating our students to understand what kind of language is appropriate at what times and in what contexts.'You couldn't (censored) make it up, could you?
And as the commenters to the 'Mail' article point out, a bit more attention to handwriting skills might be in order...