Notes for Pupils

As from the beginning of term
And loud breathing will be banned

As will:
Scribbling notes
Inappropriate use of imagination
Smug expressions
Knowing looks
Sign Language
Thinking you know it all
Not being amused by your teacher’s jokes
Looking as if you're chewing
Redesigning your uniform
To reflect a possible personality
Dreaming about being someone else
Dreaming about being somewhere else

The following will be aloud in moderation:

Intelligence may be displayed
as long as not accompanied by
anything of a rebellious nature
such as questions

The offensive and probing nature of questions
must always be considered, but if in doubt don't
discuss it among yourselves. (see chatting)

It is worth noting that teachers with a straight
mouth are usually struggling to control the urge to kill

Take this as a warning and even if you don't know what you've done
Stop doing it now


Blogger Sue hardy-Dawson said...

This was inspired by Amie's 7s I was considering the concept of pointless rules

9:01 PM  
Blogger Russell Ragsdale said...

You're getting ready for a new semester aren't you? I've already restarted my home students but the theater of the preternaturally absurd doesn't start until the nineteenth. Can't wait!

1:27 AM  
Blogger NicoleBraganza said...

How we love our teachers!

"Take this as a warning and even if you don't know what you've done
Stop doing it now"

An absolute favourite! Great to hear from a teachers mouth. Thank you :)

1:17 PM  
Blogger Cocaine Jesus said...

uh oh, that's me buggered then. always chewing. always asking questions and always teasing the teachers. (isn't that part of the curriculum?)

2:29 PM  
Blogger Patry Francis said...

Sue, I love this. The other day I was on a boring bus ride with only my little notebook to entertain me so I made a poem out of the rules I saw posted. You, Amie and I must be on the same wavelength.

3:52 PM  
Blogger Aisha said...

I didnt do it. I swear. It wasnt me.
(see also: I stopped doing whtever it was i wasnt doing)

4:18 PM  
Blogger Sue hardy-Dawson said...

No Russel, we're back to that theater already, I must admit I have a difficult time keeping a straight face sometimes

Glad you enjoyed it Nicole

Absolutley CJ, well they'd have more chance of getting the kids attention if it were

Please post it Patry if you haven't as you can tell I get a bit hung up on the amusement factor of red tape

4:19 PM  
Blogger Sue hardy-Dawson said...

Aisha smatterings of a guilty consience there I think (see little devil on your shoulder

7:55 PM  
Blogger Roger Stevens said...

Hey, you're definitely improving. Some great poems. Love this one.

Did you get my anthology flier?
If not e-mail me.

I'd read it aloud if I were allowed!


10:06 PM  
Blogger Amie said...

very nice seven! it's fun remembering the school days...on being a student

10:07 AM  
Blogger Sue hardy-Dawson said...

Thanks Roger, I certainley did, just getting myself organised.

Amie nostalger does wonderful things to the past, it kind of paints over the unplesent bits.

7:16 PM  
Blogger Pincushion said...

I'm an ex-teacher, so I am allowed to do all those thingies too..yippee!
*stickin my tongue out cheekily*

nopes i didn't do it!*grins*

have a great weekend!

4:07 PM  
Blogger iamnasra said...

WELL I teach arabic so Im glad to be a teacher and not a student for sure...

Its been a while that Im a student and would love to be a a university student and gain a bit of extra knoweldge

7:22 PM  
Blogger Sue hardy-Dawson said...

Pins you are very naughty and I will be sending you a detention, don't forget to house train it or it will make your carpets smelly.

Nasra I know what you mean, I'd love the freedom just to study without having to fit work around it.

5:06 PM  
Blogger stan laurel said...

Perfect!!! Would you mind if I shared this with my collegues? This is a wonderful satire on school life. You sound like a great teacher? What grade do you teach?

10:11 PM  
Blogger . : A : . said...

Good insights here. Brings back the school days!

5:00 PM  

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