- Why isn't it called "Sixth Form Opening Evening", which would be more adequate?
- The heating was immense
- Every subject seemed to be packed into the Drama Studio or W1, which meant huge crowds shuffling around
- The prospectus' introduction was accredited to "R Sherriff, Headteacher". We know the school's into recycling, but this is a bit much!
- It was bloody hot in there
- Revelations about one teacher beating pupils - was it mere joking?
- Subject teachers had a tendency to grab you and shove leaflets in your hands, while explaining why their subject is perfect for all your other choices
- To cool down, one needed to remove their skin (and buy a fan)
- Temple Moor is partnered with Brigshaw, but pick Temple Moor, it's ever so great!
- Mr Fleetwood admitted that he'd probably make up good things, but did say Oftsed marked the school's Sixth Form as "good". Hardly brilliant, then?
- Because of so many courses for those who maybe aren't so good at getting GCSEs, there's course which mean you could stay there until Year 15 (which they've just invented)
- You could go to the Sahara at noon and be cooler
- Some pupils found it "informative"
- Low-income households (less than £30,000ish per year) mean pupils get £30 a week, or, as we like to call it, free money!
Thursday, 8 November 2007
Post-16 Education Evening
Here's what Templar writers and pupils have to say about Post-16 Education Evening: