7th September 2001 at 01:00
* This year's religious studies GCSE question "What do Christians understand by the term 'the Trinity'?" received several interesting responses, including "Father, Son and Holy Spit". But none compared with:

"The term 'Trinity' means that we should all stick together (three for all and all for one)."


* End of term and Daniel, about to leave my Year 2 class for the giddy heights of the junior school, leaves a neatly written note on my desk. "This is to certify Mrs Lewis for teaching me."


* Liam proudly told me that he was going on the school skiing trip next Easter. "Where are you going, then?" "Dunno, Miss. Weston-Super-Mare or Denmark, I think."


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