Ms Dougherty is an English teacher and also a member of SLT.
She organises all the timetables for each student and sometimes does assemblies (getting very passionate about the colours of bins).
Whenever she walks into a lesson she seems to always have a can of cherry cola(?).
Ms Dougherty is the physical embodiment of ‘health and safety gone mad’ - only short of wrapping the school desk corners in excessive layers of bubble wrap and banning pencil sharpeners so students can't weaponise their pencils. Ironically however, the greatest threat in school is the speeds she reaches whilst making her way through the corridors even whilst on heels.
Would have a glittering career as a risk analyst.
“For whomst the bell doth ringeth, please leave.”
“Piles - have I ever told you about piles?” (To students sat on the floor)
(Mid lesson) “And that's… *pauses and looks down* oh sorry I thought I'd spilled porridge on myself.” (having not been eating porridge)
“Get off the table, bums.”
“Whether you are the sort of person who eats their peas first or leaves them lurking there, you're ok.”
"This is a BLUE bin. And this is a BLACK BIN. WHY CAN YOU NOT SEE THAT?"
"Tuck that shirt in! You're destroying civilisation."
(To three students sat on two chairs on a bus) "I'm not going until one of you moves... I'm waiting. It's for health and safety, you could have cracked your head open. You need to think about that, actually no don't think about that."
During a virtual assembly about choice of GCSEs to Year 8s in which she talked about a website called ‘I could’ “Here is a wonderful website called I cloud”
After Miss continues to call the website I cloud, the whole of Year 8 succumbs to laughter