By Haddenham Webteam - 15th September 2013 8:00am
The Back2Skool Disco on Saturday evening attracted a motley band of belligerent and rebellious pupils — miscreants, the lot of 'em! Sneaking out for a quick puff, a few snogs behind the bike sheds and any excuse for a brawl. They certainly din't need no ejucation!
Staff did their best to keep the unruly mob under control, but one Ofsted inspector was less than impressed, and made specific reference to "Naughty boys in nasty schools, Headmasters breaking all the rules..."
Most of his notes were a little vague, and may need some careful interpretation .... maybe you can make sense? Something along the lines of:
For the first time in history, round about half past ten ...
Napoleon did surrender ...
Young man, are you listening to me ...?
Everybody's movin', everybody's groovin' ... a little old place where we can get together
(There was even a bit of GCSE French thrown in): Voulez-vous coucher avec moi ...?
Meanwhile, Helen, Shelley and other staff members did a wonderful job running the tuck shop and collecting the dinner money — altogether they pocketed over £400, which they secreted away from Skool funds in favour of the Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity.
It was a riot !!
Thankfully, evidence was captured by the caretaker, from cctv images — see the GALLERIES
popular recent storiesAlso in the news
With everything moving so fast I am writing to again update you on how things are in Buckinghamshire, what we are asking people to do to keep us all safe and the campaign we will be running to help keep Buckinghamshire out of the 'High' category for COVID.The situation in BuckinghamshireThis week there is a clear message as unfortunately we are starting to see more hospital...
Dawn Cumming is an art historian with a particular interest in Italian Renaissance history and art. Her name will be familiar to many people living in the Haddenham and Thame area where she has taught widely on the subject of art to various groups, societies and residents in care homes for many years. Dawn is passionate about Tuscany and she divides her time between the UK and the countryside...
The trustees of the Haddenham Parochial Charities are inviting applications from residents in need. Consisting of three registered ancient charities: Joseph Franklin (204185), Alms Corn (237265) and Revd John Willis (205529), the charities historically provided bread, coal and seed corn for the poor at Christmas. Nowadays, the trustees make a gift of money to claimants in need of support.To...