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  1. Anonymous says:

    I agree Cashy! We should be having classes in the New lecture theatre! Maybe you could start a petition… You’d hve my signiture!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hey, the best space I taught in was the sewing room. The students loved the 10 minute long ‘Find the needles and pins’ game, followed by the ‘Where can we hide the sewing machines’ game. These warmups really helped the students with their observation skills and upper body strength! But when I was a kid I had to lick road wit tongue…..

  3. Anonymous says:

    cmon cashy, she’ll be right! chin up charlie. we’ll all cope.. your concern for our welfare is touching all the same

  4. Wayne Dudgeon says:

    aye, at least shoe box is not in’middle of road.

  5. TBC Teacher says:

    Our last drama teacher taught in some very un-creative classrooms before we got our drama suite. The most interesting one was the woodwork room. Drama is a specialist subject and needs the appropriate space to be taught in! It never fails to amaze me to see where some poor teachers are made to teach their drama classes!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Well I’m no teacher but I have been inside some pretty poor places. My old teacher (before she passed away) Used to run a drama school in an old ware house. No kidding! It was musty and dark but we pulled of a good rendition of “Anny Get Your Gun”.