Is the most awful teacher. I learned more in year 5. All I hear is incomprehensible noises and screaming coming from the general direction of the teacher but it is hard to tell as it echoes around the room.
He has the Mana of a thousand canned tomatoes. Every full moon we gather under the stars and sacrifice a c streamer to the Mana himself.
"WELCOME! My name is Manawaiti Bell. My friends call me MANA. But you can call me SIR!". Best teacher in history? perhaps. gave us proverbs to live by such as; "If I see it, you lose it." (Leviticus 18:24) Tells me when to but Avocados, and when to buy organic (or tinned) tomatoes. actually, an alright teacher sometimes who can take a joke.
Not a very nice teacher and I feel I can not communicate with him about my work. He also hates devices which doesn’t help when my parents spend lots of money on my Mac book. He also has a very short temper and will scream at a student for talk about the work while he isn’t talking.
Mr Bell was my most respected teacher at Wellington College. From 3rd to 7th Form, he was fair. I enjoyed his classes. He did not favor his students at all. I enjoyed his stories from pig hunting to m
i had alot of respect for mr bell, was the only maori teacher at coll and was great to have him there, even tho maori wasnt my strongest subject it would of been one of my favorite. Kia ora Matua!
"Welcome. My name is Manawaiti Bell. My friends call me Mana. You can call me SIR!" Had an incredible ability to remember surnames and the precise time the respective owners of those surnames had talked, dropped their pen, gazed out their window or chewed gum during the class. Not to be crossed.
Good teacher very strict which is sometimes needed. I think he was a good teacher
Pretty Good Teacher just makes some of the lessons pretty boring