What (or who) would go in your Room 101?

2nd December 2005 at 00:00

TLRs, indigestion and the end of the weekend.


Inclusion. Ruth Kelly. People who insist on writing "definitely".

Hester P

I've just used the "Room 101" idea with my year 8s as a springboard for group discussion. It went down a storm. The kids loved it.


Anyone who says:

"What you pickin' on me for?"

"Talk to the hand"

"Don't hate, appreciate"

"Was it only me though?"

"Dat is well out of order"


People who do 'hilarious' impressions of Little Britain (Year 9, this means you...)

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