Those were the days.


Those were the days. This is a series of collection of stories that come from a data base that I have built up over the years as I have remembered something or got the odd flash back.

I do not have a romantic view of the past, but will say that I feel sure that things have maybe not changed for the better in teaching. The element of fear of those on the chalk face mixed liberally with day to day management that is often inept forms a cocktail that nobody wants to go near.

So after 20 years in the job it is time to try and put a smile on peoples faces with a few a few stories.

Here is a subject mattter list of the posts so far:

Cover lessons and the T-Club

Teaching Practice in West Yorkshire

Ofsted

Work experience visits

Teaching Maths

Teaching then and now

Internet Image searches

Sports Day

The Science Skeleton

Bernie Cronin a PE Legend

More on Bernie

Clive Jarvis an inspirational English teacher

Students and a citizen’s arrest

The gun-slinging Deputy Head

Chalk and Reports

Teacher vices

Sports and Social

The Shutting of Slough Icerink

Parents’ Evenings

Behaviour Management

Behaviour Management 2

Junior driver

Old School Science demo from a Legend

Charities Week

Staff Band & Scouting for Girls

Tough student

The World’s Best Filing Method

The Hod Carrier in flip flops

 

2 comments

    • samthegas

      Thanks Big Al, it has been a long time in the teaching game. Times have changed since “those days” and it is nice to be able just to record my memories. It makes it even nicer knowing that people see the funny side too, so thanks for the positive feedback! More where this all came from, so I hope your enjoyment continues!
      Try a search of the “OLD SCHOOL” tags and you will find similar stories.

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