In other news, the next drooling fucktard to whine about the AEonverse going D20 is going to die. There are no excuses for stupidity.
So. Yesterday. The school itself is less-new than last week's place, but this at least gives the brats some sense of school identity. Two science covers, both of which went reasonably well (admittedly, one was just letting them watch a video for an hour, but what the hell). Then RE, which was harder to keep control. The kids were bored, I couldn't exactly teach them anything as they were working from supplied worksheets with fluffy questions (name three ways in which you could make a difference in the world), but they weren't too bad. One last science lesson in which I got to freak out the veggies (I love predatory biology), and lunch in the smoke room. One thing established schools have that newer ones just don't is a kind of rapport between the staff, and that was in evidence here. After lunch, a science class again which went worse than the earlier one (the fact that it was the same lot I had for RE didn't help), and the last lesson was spent sitting in with an IT group without working computers.
Met up with Paul and Jehanne after getting into town, and stopped for a swift couple of pints in the Old White Hart (been a long time since I have been in there, for no good reason). Back home to eat and out again for another couple of pints. Good to see them again.
And triplee, I'm stil waiting for the comments on that fiction...
: Religious Education. Why? I don't know either.