If anything positive could have been said about the first half-term, then he thought that it ought to have been that the school had not burnt down.
There had been the incident on the first day, a curious affair before the kids had arrived at registration. He had been somewhat delayed with his PPT (Personal Pep Talk) given to him by his leading manager, head teacher and TTP (Total Toss Pot), Mark Bayliss who had singled his ageing history teacher out for a little positive correction. He wished to draw attention to the need for PMA (Positive Mental Attitudes) and had tried to suggest that this year the ageing teacher should take a back seat and let other younger, more dynamic individuals take up the strain. Bayliss liked to think of himself as an expert in these matters.
“Think about your retirement. You don’t want all the stress of leading…
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