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The strangest teacher at my school used to practice his lessons at night. We'd watch through the classroom windows as he did his entire lesson, complete with questions to the class and telling off misbehaving students.

Were your teachers as strange? Of course they were...

(, Wed 9 Nov 2005, 13:43)
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Quite a few
Year 7:
Mrs Jost - We had her for German when our German teacher was on maternity leave. She was German and couldn't speak English very well. She sprayed board cleaner in her eye, tried to switch the lights on with plug sockets and we ended up teaching her English. We used to melt chocolate buttons on the OHP without her noticing. The best though was when she was teaching a class of year 9's and someone shouted "We're being invaded! Quick, under the tables!" so she did so. She then found out it was a joke, threw a chair at the student and got fired. Fucking legend.

Miss Wilshin - Not sure whether she was male or female. She was pretty manly and came out with things such as "Hello, my name is Miss Wilshin. You can remember my name from the shin in your foot." and "Did you know, you've been so loud you've given me a headache." My friend's class made her leave by eating sandwiches in front of her in class.

The hippo guy: Looked like a hippo. 'Nuff said.

Year 8:
Mr Reddall: Had him for Geography even though he was a DT teacher. He looked like Papa Smurf. We spent many hours in his classes drawing in our books and singing the Smurfs theme tune as he walked past. One time my friend said 'Sir, were you on TV? I think I saw you on the Smurfs."
"Ok Robbie, give me your day book."
"Sorry sir, I left it by a toadstool."
My friend got an hour's detention, a phone call home and had to write a letter of apology. All because I had promised to give him 3 packets of cola bottles if he did it.

Year 9:
Mrs Taylor: Had her for music. She was such a crap teacher. Me and my friends hated her. We had her the previous year and decided to make this year even worse for her. We (me and my best friend) did various things such as starting chants of 'Sausage', refusing to work, using the Van Halen - Jump keyboard riff in a classical keyboard assessment, telling her where to stick it etc. We then found out that we'd managed to make her leave. Result!

I'm in year 10 now and all the teachers I have are pretty normal. So far.
(, Tue 15 Nov 2005, 20:31, closed)

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