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Our school assemblies were often presided over by the local vicar, who once warned us of the dreadful dangers of mixing with "Rods and Mockers". One of the cool teachers laughed. Tell us about mad headteachers and assemblies gone wrong.

Inspired by the mighty @Rhodri on Twitter

(, Thu 13 Jun 2013, 12:43)
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Nothing exciting happened in our school assemblies.
assemblies were sitting down and then staring at the stage where a dullard teacher would tell us some modern parable and then we all left to go to lessons the loudest noise being the zipping up of Parker Snorkels. No singing, no presentations from pupils, no choir, no musicians, no sporting achievements, no drama clubs because in our poverty stricken comprehensive there was no interest in anything at all.

My point being that I bet the most interesting school assembly stories come from those people attending public schools or grammar schools in the Home Counties where they had PTAs and after-school clubs and that shit.

Chips, not on both shoulders!
(, Thu 13 Jun 2013, 16:10, 3 replies)
A shoe on the head is worth two chips on the shoulder.

(, Thu 13 Jun 2013, 18:41, closed)
I can still sing my old (grammar) school song.
In Latin, no less.
I shall look down on you.
(, Fri 14 Jun 2013, 8:53, closed)
youtube the song or whatever the current media employed by people besotted with sharing their
shit lives with other people happens to be at present.

I never look down on people, one advantage of being tall is the ability to walk around with ones eyes firmly raised over the tops of peoples heads so as not to observe the human vermin.
(, Fri 14 Jun 2013, 21:37, closed)

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