Monday 23 September 2013

Berlin Wall Built at Centre of School

Today a dividing wall was erected (yes, we said 'erected', deal with it), cutting the school into two halves. The Head had called for the timber structure to be built as a side-project to be undertaken by the same contractors currently digging for Shale Gas in the quad.

At the grand opening of the wall, the Head was quoted saying:
"Thank god I'm on this side of the wall, I don't even have to see the students anymore. Now, if only there was a way of getting rid of the smell..."
There have been mass protests over the construction by students, Mohammed Labbaanah King branding it "just another form of segregation from the Management". The Doughnut Cartels have also come out with a vote of no confidence, saying that the wall interfered with their trade roots.

Already a band of police from one side of the wall, calling them the Szemsi, or Hampstead Stasi, have exerted their force on the opposing side, lead by PC Wilhelm Brighty, scouting for enemy intelligence (not that there is much). Due to mass unrest over the structure, the wall is expected to be demolished on the 3rd October.
"Leaders of Tomorrow" - DT students hard at work

Berlin Wall - Worker Minions erect large wall stretching the length of
the school

DISCLAIMER: This Hampstead Trash article has been written to critique the actions of the governing bodies of the school. To satirise true events, some characters or events within the article may be fictitious.

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