If the principal's still talking, no need to get the braziers out just yet
More death by ring binders
Don't be bitter.
National learning line:
When a lecturer from one college rings a colleague in another with news about (a) the 1998 budget and (b) new breathing exercises
Even the Daily Mail and half the Tory party have to recognise it National training taskforce:
Whatever it is you're doing, you're obviously doing it all wrong
Er, look, aren't we supposed to have all got over that womb to Portakabin dependency culture stuff?
It's not always your fault. That's just the way the cookie crumbles sometimes honey
Don't say that when you were a student you didn't have them, you just played the latest Leonard Cohen record and decided you didn't feel "that" suicidal
We'll call it anything if the clients promise to leave the refectory and do some work
Sort of like being a member of ACAS but without the international glamour
We all know it's good to talk but surely four years over the Silver Book agreement is a little bit extreme
Meeting someone for lunch, as you've decided you'd quite like their job. And, no, it's not anyone in FE stupid
New college culture:
Calls students customers and makes you report to a Klingon-speaking business manager. Makes you feel like a Socialist Worker seller when you ask what all this has to do with education
Hope against hope
And to think you stayed up all night to see Portillo defeated
At least you can claim your students are good at something
Do principals dream of double-packed Portakabins?
Ever noticed that when you add all your holiday entitlements up you always seem to get such a miserably low figure? There something funny somewhere