Just had a great evening at a Rock Challenge event with excellent performance by the kids. Really grateful for the efforts of the teachers who spent all the time on developing the routine etc. However I was very unimpressed by the content of a conversation a different teacher had during the interval. I think it was an ex pupil who's sister had been performing and the sister (a pupil) was present. The teacher who is a HoD was saying how he was basically doing two jobs as xxxxx was on maternity leave. Then went on to relay stories about being drinking beers and being '******'. I think teachers have the right to enjoy their private lives how they wish but felt it was inappropriate to have that conversation in front of a pupil even though it was in the evening outside of school. He was there representing the school and wearing a school logo'd shirt which feels like it should make a difference. Is it unreasonable to expect a teacher to modify their behaviour to the extent of watching what they say when they have given up their evening to help out with a school event?