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Staff briefings of the 2020s

Discussion in 'Personal' started by scienceteachasghost, Dec 11, 2019.

  1. scienceteachasghost

    scienceteachasghost Lead commenter

    Looking into my crystal ball.....

    2020 - Sandy has identified as a marker pen so whiteboards not to be used in lessons Dandy is in as it triggers PSD.

    2021 - As you know, we are in the worst recession since the Great Depression post Brexit. Learning bids for exercise books to be submitted by break.

    2022 - We should start recruiting more smartly now SLT use the SocMedia Past algorithm.

    2023 - Year 10 are on a field trip to the fruit aisle of Tescainsda for their Required Calculation.

    2024 - Its sustainable meat day today in the canteen, locust and cricket this week, mealworm next week.

    2025 - Yes, we know that temperatures will exceed 40.C again for the 12th day in a row but just to reiterate there is NO maximum temperature legally. If a pupil feels faint they are allowed to sit for 5 minutes in the Heads air conditioned office.

    2026 - Greta Thurberg will be visiting today, due to recent floods she will arrive by boat.

    2027 - Any teacher not recorded as doing over 2000 steps in a lesson according to your new HealthR implants will be summoned to my office.

    2028 - After School Defence against Teletrolling in room 10110.

    2029 - ......... Any more ideas?
     
  2. Jamvic

    Jamvic Star commenter

    Nearly choked :D
     
  3. magic surf bus

    magic surf bus Star commenter

    Love it.

    If Sandy identifies as a permanent marker pen then surely whiteboards would be OK?
     
  4. peakster

    peakster Star commenter

    Ours are OK actually - often quite funny.
     

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