Wednesday, 25 September 2013

School Wastes More Money on New Blytonesque Banners

The Management have revealed yet another set of highly-ignorable 'motivational' banners in the last week, with illustrations straight out of a Famous Five novel by Enid Blyton. The banners in question are so ignorable, much like the others plastered about the grounds, that it took a Trash reporter a whole week to try and work out what was slightly off about the school, apart from the usual stench of badly cooked canteen food and rotting souls. So ignorable that those that read this article and then go and look at these banners might actually justify their presence a small amount.

Apart from the fact that the banners have had, insofar this week, had as much attention as a second child of ten, the issue does spotlight the Management's lackluster approach to the school's money. It seems every teacher has to justify every expenditure to the school accounts officer, but if the Head wants some useless posters printed up to appease his own ego, then that's absolutely fine.

If the Management really wanted to motivate students, then they would re-allocate any money away from future Blytonesque Banners and towards more school trips and student-based enterprises. And, if the Head still wanted banners, he can bankroll them from his own pockets, not the pockets of the tax payer.

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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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