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Revealed: the best #TeachingFilmPun entries

For a bit of Sunday fun – as well as to promote our survey to find teachers’ top 100 films, which you can find here – we’ve been asking the members of the teaching twittersphere to come up with their very own puntastic education-related film titles.

The number of suggestions we received from teachers using the hashtag #TeachingFilmPun was, quite simply, phenomenal.

The competition has been fierce; the debate, heated; the puns, frankly, atrocious. But after a suitably rigorous judging process, we are delighted to reveal that the peerless punster is…

*drumroll*

Vision For Education (@VisionForEd), who came up with the magnificent entry "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Supply”.

Here are some of the best of the rest:

Pulp Fraction @mymadhq

Driving Miss Crazy @peterslade

Bill and Ofsted's Bogus Journey @cstimmo_s

Gove Actually @neilayates

The Good, the Bad, and the Requires Improvement @Heidimo

The Fifth Elementary @Tom_Edwards24

Lord of the Ring Binder @mr_nicoll1

Bring me the Head of Alfredo Garcia High School @Martin_Viva

The Unteachables @Aball1_ 

School Runnings @smitajamdar 

Police Academisation @LatymerHead

School Hand Luke @LaceTutoring

Grade Runner @DrFautley

The Hunt for Red October Half Term @BelmasOffice

The Shawshank Detention @Kate_Bod

 

Of course here at TES Towers we’ve also been racking our brains. Here are a few of our best efforts for good measure: 

The TA Team

GCSE Biscuit

Good Wilshaw Hunting

Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Academy

Oceans 11+

A* Wars

Half Terms of Endearment

Dawn of the Ofsted

Graders of the Lost Ark

Blackboard Down

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