A maybe insignificant incident has been playing on my mind over the easter break and I'm just looking for the opinion of more experienced teachers. I'm a student teacher on my second placement. On my last day before the easter break, I made something of an ill-thought joke that I'm now worried could lead to the termination of my placement. I can't remember exactly how it went, but in the staffroom, someone picked up a large porcelain dish and said it would be good for hitting someone over the head with it. I jokingly named a pupil. There was a bit of laughter and someone said "that's a little harsh". I justified my comment by explaining how annoying I found the pupil and the conversation trailed off. That was the extent of it, but I'm now worried someone could see it as threatning behaviour and approach SLT. Safe to say I'd never make a comment like that again. But is it something I should be worrying this much about? Would it be grounds for termination of a placement? Any advice is gratefully received.