Books of Dust – The gentle art of taking assemblies



The romantic notions of assemblies hark back to an age that has long since pasted – and yet the classical ideals behind them have not changed.

Assemblies come in many forms:

The Celebration – well done Cromwell for focussing for 23 seconds. Have a black and white piece of thick paper to put in your reading bag and forget about.

The Patriotic – banned in the UK since Victorian times (or something) though seemingly popular in other countries, if you read the Daily Mail… Which I don’t!  Is this where Old Primary Head declares himself a UKIP supporter? Trying to out-do Game of Thrones for SHOCKERS.

The PreachySomeone’s been throwing wet tissue paper onto the toilet ceiling. Let’s have a mass gathering condemning the mystery culprits and shaming them into admitting their crimes publically.

The Themed – YES! It’s the WORLD CUP… let’s talk about FLAGS and…

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