The crossing out of 'please let her play today' was done by the child before presenting me with the note. I never worked out why.
31 March 2010
27 March 2010
22 March 2010
I removed this from a Year Six, who was busy discussing the new arrival who'd been shown round that morning. It would appear he knew her from a previous school, but sadly had to dump (or, indeed, 'dupe') her due to the cruelties of parentally-forced relocation. You can't stop true love!
But wait: turn it over and...
17 March 2010
16 March 2010
Today's top tip: If you're writing a death threat, why not get someone else to do the writing for you, or at least make the effort to cut out a variety of letters from a discarded Daily Mirror. Oh, and don't sign your name.
Even better, don't get caught doing it.
10 March 2010
Well, this is a bit of an exciting turn-up for Broken Chalk. Finally, evidence that it's not just me who has the odd peculiarity in class - yes, it's a guest submission!
This is from... well, let's just call her Mrs S (because we wouldn't want to get investigated by the GTC for openly mocking children, would we?), who says 'This is from a Year 3 test on making Treasure Maps. I'm hoping the child meant to write "pencils". Really hoping.'