** Graffiti was found written large on several walls in the school corridors with the same comment:
Mr (name of Headie) is a ba****d!
Said Headie was quietly chuffed, reportedly saying:
"See that "Mr" - that's respect!"
** Nervous new teacher turned to write on the board and unfortunately
farted loudly. Thinking on his feet, he whipped round and barked:
"Who did that?"
Little girl in the front seat pointed frantically over her shoulder
stammering: "It w-w-was him!"
* A teacher could not understand why her class kept on laughing during her
handwriting lesson, until a colleague pointed out that she was saying:
"Now, boys and girls,watch the blackboard carefully while I do a P on it!"
* A colleague caused hilarity in the staffroom while preparing for a craft
lesson by asking:
"'Does anybody know where I can get felt?"
* A PE teacher was struggling a bit as he tried to inculcate
the finer points of a Scottish Country dance to a class of cumbersome
In exasperation, he sternly admonished them:
"For goodness sake, change partners after the clap!
* Picture the scene - a fresh young 21 year old science teacher with first
(as then ) O Grade set in Chemistry.
Sir out to impress as girls go frantic when wasp enters lab.
No problem! - as wasp lands on window, cool sir picks up a text book (I
remember it well "Organic Chemistry"-hardback 1000+ pages), splatters
wasp through window - literally as wasp, book and window glass all exit
in a loud "CRASH"
Stunned silence as kids not sure how to take this. Teachers aren't
supposed to break windows!
One VERY red-faced teacher splutters - "You boy, go fetch the jannie,
someone has thrown something through the window!"
The kids were gems though, to this day they haven't let on - and that was
25 years ago!
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