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... and they love me. It's a nice thought to know.
Here are a few memories of the most struggling and funniest incidents I faced at high school with the English children.
One of the most interesting moments that due me closer to God on this trip, ironically was the sex education lesson I had to teach. I almost died when I found out. Me teaching a sex education to some of the naughtiest Year 10 boys? You all agree with me, it's hysterical right? I didn't ...
... found out that Year 11 is not finished; they are here an extra week and I have to start teaching them. My first class with them is period 1 tomorrow and I found out, by accidental chance, at 4:30pm. If one of the English teachers didn't complain about something, I never would have known I had them, till tomorrow morning. It really annoys me that people can be so disorganised here. I feel I am letting the kids down-I know it is not my fault but you still ...
... him, and the magical sound once again came out when she waved her wand (courtesy of the sound dept this time) proving magic is real. I could have taken each of those adorable kids with their little accents home!! The show itself was brilliant, and there was a 3D section at one point which was very well done and got everyone in the theatre to wear 3D glasses for a while. We then caught the much less busy train home. Overall a good fun day, bloody tired now though! ...
Over the course of the afternoon we caught up with;
- Emma, Tom, Katie, Joseph & Sophie Murray
- Helen, Chris, Molly & Jack Ward
- Paul, Susan, Aidan, Fergal & Mairead Goddard
- Jesper, Tania, Lucas, Hugo & Freya Svedburg-Davis
- Martin, Sian, Mia & Emma Nieboer
- Darren, Annabel, Oscar & Lottie Roberts
- Rollo, Elly, Louis ...
... bring back to our rooms. We wanted an early night as we still had two early mornings and two full days of travel ahead of us.
Located in King's Cross Station we stumbled upon Platform 9 3/4 from the infamous Harry Potter movies. The queue was really long and we weren't about to wait for it to clear just to pose with the signage and trolley cart. I waited until there was a break between people posing for photos and quickly snapped a photo. That was good ...