OFSTED Days, with thanks to `Yesterday'

20th February 1998 at 00:00
OFSTED days, all the troubles

seemed to come my way

Now it looks at though they're here to

stay,

Oh, I believe in yesterday.

Suddenly, it's not half the job it used

to be,

There's a shadow hanging over me,

Oh, OFSTED days came suddenly..

Why they had to come I don't know

They wouldn't say,

I did something wrong, now I long for

yesterday.

Yesterday, school was such an easy

game to play,

Now I need a place to hide away,

Oh, I believe in yesterday.

Why they had to come I don't know,

they wouldn't say,

I did something wrong, now I long for

yesterday.

Yesterday, school was such an easy

game to play,

Now I need a place to hide away

O, I believe in yesterday

Mmmmmmmmmmmm.

Hilda Ibrahim

Hilda Ibrahim and her colleagues in Essex had a karaoke night last term to celebrate survivng OFSTED

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