This thread is tongue-in-cheek! My daughter had a leaflet to produce on anaemia, which took some work, particularly as she has no more interest in anaemia than the man in the moon! She dutifully took it in yesterday, but only 6 of them had bothered to do the homework!! Instead of taking the homework in from those who had done it, the teacher said each pupil individually, had to bring it to her in registration this morning - so get out of their registration class (the HE is class is mixed, so not all in the same reg. class) and take it to her registration class. That's fine, if a little silly, but of course my dear, darling daughter forgot hers, even though she was one of the ones who had it done in the first place. Organisation isn't one of her strong points Of course she tells the teacher she will get it to her by the end of break. Did she text me after registration to tell me this? No, of course she didn't! She left it until almost the end of break, and said she needed it "Sooooonnnnnn!! xxx". The message had the added instruction that I was not to come into reception if there were any pupils outside I texted her back to explain that, being as I was still in my "night attire", I would do it as soon as I possibly could, to which she replied, "By the end of break?". I think not!!! She will have to wait until the beginning of lunch! Isn't it just as well, I didn't head off out to Belfast, on my shopping trip as I had planned? I don't know whether to murder the teacher who didn't collect it in (she regularly does things like this - she is very sweet but a bit dottery), the teenager who thinks I am at her beck and call - or both, lol!!