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>"VILE RACIST SHAME OF TOFF SCHOOL
>Oct 18 2004
>By Megan Lloyd Davies
>RACIST students at Winchester College public school
>spewed contempt for black and Asian pupils in a sick
>In a pathetic attempt at "humour" they accused
>classmates of rape, pimping and being "smelly" and
>Cruelly, they suggested the boys would end up
>"cleaning a white man's toilet", "nailed to a burning
>cross" or "shackled to a pick-up truck and dragged
>through the streets".
>One boy wrote: "I hate P***s." A Jewish student was
>branded a "lesser being" and another student mocked
>Staff and other pupils at the school - whose old boys
>include leading national figures and which aims to
>instil "strong respect for others" - were horrified by
>Head teacher Tommy Cookson said: "The comments were
>intolerable." In 24 hours of publication, school
>bosses recalled every copy. All but one were destroyed.
>The students responsible were suspended. But they were
>allowed to stay at the school after their victims
>A pupil who left the £22,0000-a-year college after the
>book came out said: "A lot of pupils found it amusing.
>But some were deeply hurt. There were some seriously
>bad pages. People took it a step too far.
>"All the complaints were from black or Asian boys. Not
>a single white student complained."
>The book is an unofficial annual publication by
>pupils. Every top-year student paid £8 to be featured
>on a page featuring their photo and answers to
>questions such as "Quotes", "Crowning moment" and
>"Where in 30 years time?"
>While some of the boys wrote their own pages, others
>had theirs written for them.
>A black student was quoted as saying "I am smelly."
>His crowning moment was "Getting off his rape charge
>filed by his sister. Twice". In 30 years he would be
>"Cleaning a white man's toilet. Nailed to a burning
>A Nigerian boy was quoted saying "I also am smelly".
>His crowning moment was "Raping ****'s sister. Twice".
>He would end up "Shackled to a pick-up truck being
>dragged through the streets/bus driver".
>In 30 years, it was said, one Chinese student would be
>an "illegal immigrant working in Old Trafford".
>Another would be "running seedy Jamaican sex holidays
>for geeks". A Sri Lankan's future would be "running
>daddy's sweatshop". A Malaysian was quoted saying "I
>am uncultured oriental." In 30 years he would be a
>"Hong Kong pimp".
>Another boy's page includes the line "Not being racist
>or anything, but I hate P***s".
>Under "Most likely to say" an Asian student is quoted:
>"F****** w****** those P***s". Another page features a
>boy whose nicknames are "Yeider", "Jew" and "Lesser
>In a blatantly homophobic reference, another student
>is alleged to say "I'm such a sl*t". The answer to the
>question "Where in 30 years time?" is "Aids kills in
>Mr Cookson said the book's content was unchecked in
>the end of term rush. He said: "We were very
>distressed. We were appalled by what had been written.
>The school has a clear policy in such matters.
>Discrimination of any sort is not tolerated."
>Winchester is one of the country's leading public
>schools and has the highest school fees in Britain. On
>its website the Hampshire school, founded in 1382,
>boasts that it has been educating boys for 600 years
>with the aim of producing pupils who "benefit the
>communities in which they live".
>It aims to ensure that by the time pupils leave they
>have "a well developed sense of values", as well as
>good academic qualifications. The school, which has
>700 pupils and 100 staff, has strong religious
>connections with three chaplains and younger boys told
>to attend church five times a week.
>Two hundred students do community service volunteering
>for projects ranging from visiting the elderly and
>helping at primary schools to conservation work and
>Among projects pupils have raised money for is
>In March, it was revealed that a senior Winchester
>teacher had been sacked from his £80,000-a-year post
>and two more suspended over an internet pornography
>scandal. The claims had nothing to do with child porn.
>A month earlier, a former housemaster was charged with
>Earlier this year Winchester said it borrowed state
>school teachers to solve a staffing crisis.
>Old boys include comedian Tim Brooke- Taylor, ex-Tory
>Chancellor Lord Howe, former Tory Deputy Prime
>Minister William Whitelaw, ex-land speed record holder
>Richard Noble, Montague John Druitt - believed by many
>to have been Jack the Ripper - and Mr Bean producer