The school afternoon started at 2:00pm prompt, with the pupils being lined up ready for a uniform inspection. The inspection was carried out by The Headmistress Herself, Miss Tilly Sue. Oh dear! With only 1 student meeting the strict uniform standards it was evident that the rest of the class would benefit from a double Home Economics class.

The students then made their way to the class room for their first lesson of the day-Modern Languages, taught by Myself. The pupils were given a test on the most modern language that we use today-text/emoji. This I think surprised most of the students who were expecting a French class, not wanting to disappoint them, they were made to count the strokes of the cane they received in a combination of French and English. (However, one can be never be 100% sure if the pupils were begging for Mercy or simply saying Merci for the marks they received.)

Next up was the Maths Class taught by Sir. His challenging questions left most of the students scratching their heads. Or perhaps a visit from the School Nurse is also over due?

After a quick break time for both the Teaching Staff and pupils it was back to class with a spelling lesson from Ms Lesley CP. Pupils were not only given 10 words to spell, but they also had to use them in a sentence. Clearly some students thought it was appropriate to incorporate these words into sentences about the Staff. Their actions were soon regretted when it came to receiving their marks from Ms Lesley.

Headmistress Miss Tilly Sue then gave the class a History test. In which non of the pupils received top marks for. So, by the time The Headmistress had dealt her failing pupils their punishments, there were a lot of very red faces, not to mention red bottoms.

Finally to finish the school day it was My final Modern Languages class again. Only this time the pupils were given a list of text abbreviations that they had to include in short story in which they were given 10 minutes to write, before reading their stories out to the rest of the class. Lets just say JK Rowling has nothing to worry about.

As the day came to an end it became apparent that this class would unfortunately only be receiving Low Levels as opposed to the O’Levels that they had hoped for.

In all it was an A+ afternoon!! And I would like to say a HUGE Thank You to all the teaching staff and pupils of Miss T’s for a fantastic day.

I am looking forward to the next one already.

Miss Delilah