One Day More

Tales from the bottom of my classroom

I’m not ashamed to admit it: I love Les Miserables. Not as much as the guy who sat two seats down from me when I saw the film who conducted the whole film and cried so much at the end that his wife left him to it. Also not enough to actually see the stage production, but I like it. Every end of term I think about the song One Day More, and usually post it on twitter (as I have just done). I find it cathartic and also a bit poetic (yes, I’m a poncy English teacher). I like the idea that the battle is almost over, and this term it feel more fitting than usual. 

Everyone always says that the Autumn run up to Christmas is the hardest: dark nights, irritating questions on when what videos we are going to watch. But we all know, deep down, that…

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