06 November 2006

The Wonders Of Ofsted.

Ofsted inspections are wonderful things. Inspectors come to see a school, and the school does its best to impress the inspectors - so in effect they don't see the 'normal' running of a school. So my conclusion? Scrap Ofsted and spend the money on some Macs. There, problem solved.

Chemistry was doing a titration experiment (again). Any hope that an inspector would walk in, see Pearson teaching and sack her on the spot? We weren't that lucky. (Only joking, by the way! Pearson isn't actually that bad.) Maths was in the computer room, although we only seemed to be in there as an alternative to checking answers in the back of the book. Physics was also in the computer room. Scion Image is actually half decent, I take some of what I said earlier back. We did some image manipulation, aka. removing noise from images and making certain shapes show up, definitely not cutting someone's head and putting it on say, I dunno, a yak.

Lunch was strange. I probably shouldn't say much about it, but it involved a certain French teacher 'sleeping' on the stage while pictures were being taken. It was all strictly legal I must add. Geo on a Monday last thing is a joke. The class just run wild. That's the truth plain and simple. Still, we did get some work done. 'Some' being the key word...


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