Odd one this one, I was sat in the classroom at lunchtime prepping for the next lesson when I overhead a teacher shout at a pupil for something that they had done a previous day. I can't divulge too much about what the student had done, but it was quite a silly thing to do on a school trip that could have had some disastrous consequences. The teacher in question did have every right to be angry, but I'm not sure I'm comfortable with what she did. She full on shouted/unleashed at this student - it was so loud I heard it word for word in the neighbouring classroom with both doors shut. She said things such as - 'How stupid do you have to be to understand that x is dangerous' 'You are a safeguarding risk' 'You are embarrassing' As a supply teacher overhearing this I'm not overly comfortable. The teacher really has gone for this particular student and made them stand in the classroom facing the wall through their lunchtime. I don't know the teacher or the student in question but I felt uncomfortable hearing it. Am I reading too much into it?