I still think it was a bit stupid to have to come into school Monday and Tuesday this week, but hey, tomorrow will be the last day of term! Hoorayality! (That’s my new word for the day.) And it’s not like we’re doing much work in the last two days either… although we did face a particularly exciting pub quiz in Mr. Drummond’s history lesson. Exciting because we (Sophie, Lawrence and myself) triumphed over impossible odds (Fabio) thanks mainly to highly specialist knowledge (the members of Take That – thanks Sophie).
12Q also practised our highly informative assembly on Islam that we must give in the first PSHE lesson back. (Yes, we still have PSHE, yes, it’s still worthless.) I was told not to make jokes, but I’ll probably ignore that, because otherwise reading out a list of Arabic contributions to science and culture is rather dull. And if there’s one thing that assemblies don’t need any more of, it’s dullness.
Selfless act of the day – walking into a lamp-post on the way home. Selfless because it made Rishal and Clare laugh no end.
Oh and I really must mention that Tim Berners-Lee, the father of the World Wide Web, is now blogging. Just… subscribe.
Wow – where are you going now?
well im gonna start work
see me on a street corrner near you!
Santa Claus… | XBOX 360 | PSP | …WOW
A nice poem to make it feel more christmassy
[Admin Edit – Umm – can be read and enjoyed here! http://dechar.tripod.com/p-xmas-night.html%5D
(ps today was probably my last day at qpcs ever)
"(Yes, we still have PSHE, yes, it’s still worthless.) "
I hope you didn’t consider my PSHE lessons worthless!
I meant worthless in a very narrow, exam-results focused way. In terms of personal, social and health development it was vital