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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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Not much about assemblies

But my headteacher was called Mr. Dick. I think that deserves a mention.

(, Mon 17 Jun 2013, 21:29, 9 replies)
Did he have a kite?

(, Mon 17 Jun 2013, 21:42, closed)

(, Mon 17 Jun 2013, 21:47, closed)
I don't understand why 'pupils' has a dot in it, is it supposed to be an eye,
is it saying that the kids are always being watched, probably by that beardy perv of a caretaker, stroking himself through the pocket of his long brown coat then scuttling off into the basement to shoot his load behind the boiler, where it will drip down and solidify into bizarre and fantastic shapes among the sooty cobwebs and hang there for years to come, for future generations to discover and wonder over?
(, Mon 17 Jun 2013, 22:00, closed)
I think you've hit the nail on the head right there.

(, Mon 17 Jun 2013, 22:02, closed)
I think you're wrong.

(, Mon 17 Jun 2013, 22:56, closed)
We had one called Mr. Bottom
Strangely enough he had a fixed expression on his face that looked as though he had just seen his own arse.
(, Mon 17 Jun 2013, 22:58, closed)
Did he come from a royal line of spanners?

(, Mon 17 Jun 2013, 23:33, closed)

Master Bates & Simon Staines.
(, Tue 18 Jun 2013, 0:13, closed)

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