socrates82 "So you have no evidence of your beliefs to offer then Aber?" So what? My religion is none of your business. Your persistent questioning me and other Catholic posters about our religion reinforces my fears as to how you would behave in the classroom and in the staffroom. "And you know fine well, that no-one can provide "evidence" of the future behaviour of individuals." So you admit that you cannot give guarantees. Thank you for being so honest. "Although I would say your question is rather insulting to the Scottish teaching profession." How can a question be insulting? Moreover, there are many non-denominational schools in Scotland which are at present attended by both children of Catholic parents and "non-Catholics" (as you like to describe everyone outside your world) and, as far as I'm aware, there are no issues of "fair play". Can you prove that there are no issues of fair play, no issues of sectarian discrimination against Catholic children, no sectarian insults directed at Catholic pupils or Catholic teachers?