Then the announcement that a system seen in just one other school would be adopted. We would be using the timetable line structure to arrange the form classes.
That means that on the first spell on Monday, whichever senior class you get at that time would become your form class. The junior classes would be arranged slightly differently (not yet specified).
It sounds like a very strange system. What's happening to the much-vaunted house system? That's not been mentioned. What happens if the timetable structure changes (as it does quite often in the first month) does your form class change also? What happens if a teacher changes to a different class? (happened many times this year) what happens if a pupil changes a subject?
But on a lighter note, I've been having great fun as a member of the timetable committee. It's bloody hard work, and I've felt like my brain's going to melt-down a couple of times. But I can drop hints to people about they're classes for next year, and enjoy the reaction.
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Well f*ck me.
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