From Twitter

3rd January 2014 at 00:00

Ahead of returning to school for the new term, teachers and students have been busy discussing their targets for 2014, not all of which are academic.

You know it's bad when your maths teacher tells you to make maths your New Year's resolution.


Teacher: "On a piece of paper write down your New Year's resolution."

Me: *Writes resolution from last year*


My teacher told me my New Year's resolution should be to stop chewing gum in her class. HA HA HOW ABOUT NO


I have made my New Year's resolution! I'm going to train to become a primary teacher after my babies :-)


My headteacher said my New Year's resolution should be to stop saying "like" and, quote, "gain some common sense". Cheeky.


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