Ready for school on Friday, can you guess who I’m going as!?
This is the piece of work i’m most proud of ever.
My Chemistry teacher didn’t like it thought… :’(
We did this in our music lesson now we’ve done our exam. It makes me laugh!
A couple therapy would be safer with no man. He has a little faith. Who makes therapy is not quite real shot. And he stands with one foot already in the loony bin anyway. What do you think? I remember that my husband laughed at me when I tell him from a psychological interview. He laughs about my psychology books and even makes fun that I have read the “self-therapy.” Have you any advice? my situation is really so ridiculous, Am I simply doing just too many thoughts?
The Headteacher was telliing us about ‘stranger danger’ and what we should do if we see a strange teacher in school without their ID badge.
Excuse me, you’re an unfamiliar member of staff and you don’t seem to be wearing an identification badge. Can I help you.These are the exact words we were told to say. I’ve been trying this with teachers who don’t have their ID badges on. WORD FOR WORD. So far i’ve asked 5 teachers, all of who I know, and all of who were really confused. I also told a supply teacher to stop running in the corridors.
Today at school we had what we colloquially call ‘lunch riots’. This is not a new thing for our school, but when they happen it is the epiphany of the week. It started by a little scrap between two 11 year old boys, and to cut it short, Ponce, one of the boys ended up in an ambulance on his way to hospital. This led to much speculation on the north end of campus. After the exitement of the blue lights things calmed down until Ollie who is 16 came running round yelling profanity at the senior members of staff who were trying to round him up and take him away. He was in search of a boy called ‘Tom Oakley’ in year 10. After demanding us to let him know where he is he abrubtly turned, walked past said ‘tom’, and stormed off.
All the while at the South end of campus, some younger students were organising the start of the ‘lunch riot’. This mainly includes running around yelling “fight!” in a sort of stampede formation. As the south stampede reached the north end of campus the whole staff rounded the corner trying to regain order and control. The riot turned and headed the way it had come and ran back towards the other side of capus.
Now, me and my friends being responsible 16 year old prefects did the only thing we thought sensible. “right guys, ties on heads, bags on pile, stand on monument and watch the happenings”
As the riot died down after a few more stampedes my friend jumped off the monument to start a play fight with his best friend, a teacher came over, told them to ‘pack it in lads’ and left. As they were fighting a 12 year old girl turned to me and said “you’re Al’s sister right” to which I replied the affermative, “I’ve never seen anything like this at school ever”
"Well kid when i was your age this was practically daily lunch life for me, it’s a shame we don’t see things like this everyday now"
(The GIF accurately represents a teacher I saw as he saw the stampede)