Just curious. I'm trying to remember whether we were ever little sh.its at school. I went to a girls' private school, so I'm aware my experiences might be very tame compared to some peoples'. I remember in a Science class once encouraging the lovely but doddery 70ish year old male teacher to put increasingly large lumps of potassium into the glass water tank until it shattered. Poor old bloke was mortified. That's pretty tame I know, but was funny if you were there. I am a bit more uncomfortable when I think of the way we treated our old music teacher though. She was HOPELESS. Very knowledgeable about her subject, but had no control over us at all. Once she left the room for some reason and we all climbed out the (ground floor) window and went back to the common room. She didn't even come after us or mention it next lesson. She was a nice woman, but even when she tried to raise her voice there would just be a second of surprised silence, then someone would start laughing and the poor woman looked a fool. There was also a teacher who, on reflection, MUST have had a medical condition, but she sweated HUGE amounts. We were so awful to her. I remember some pupils coming into the room while she was packing up her stuff from the previous lesson and being really tactless and cruel. I don't know why I'm thinking about all this - I suppose I get frustrated at the way the pupils behave in the Primary I work at, but looknig back, we were really unkind as opposed to just "naughty." Anyone care to share?