My daughter has recently decided to become more involved with the church where she is already a chorister. She has decided that she wants to be baptised and I am happy for her to make that choice even though I am not deeply religious myself. At her secondary school there is a PE teacher who uses the phrase Jesus Christ regularly in lessons. My daughter thinks this is offensive and regularly comes home to tell me about it. It normally happens when there is poor behaviour in the lesson and is accompanied by shouting and the teacher telling the pupil that they are stupid. I don't know whether to say something at the next parent/tutor meet in a couple of weeks time. My son attended the same school and says that it is the norm for some of the teachers to behave like this or to use sarcasm. Personally I would ignore it if I were in the situation, but it really bothers my daughter. As a primary school teacher, I know that I could be in trouble if I used sarcasm or said things like Jesus Christ but is this sort of thing normally accepted at secondary level? I don't want to blow things out of proportion, but I also want to support my daughter and let her know that I will try to help her. I would like to hear what others think, even though some of you might think this is trivial.