I just thought I'd share this with you. I'm reading a book called "It's Your Time You're Wasting" by Frank Chalk. It could have been written by my and the buqqer has definitely pinched some of my lines/apocrypha and so on. I'm sure he did some supply at my school and it's a real eye opener for those of you not in the teaching profession as well as those who are or are thinking of being. The first story about the sticky labels had me wetting myself and squealing with laughter, at the same time that I recalled a similar lesson spent mainly pulling my hair out while Y7s struggled with the exact same task. Odd how different such things seem when you're reading about them rather than living them.