The week’s pick of your #TESoverheard in the classroom

From the hilarious to the just plain bonkers, here is this week’s pick of what you have overheard in the classroom.

As ever, we want more. Tweet your entries to @tes with the hashtag #TESoverheard or email ed.dorrell@tesglobal.com. The best entry of the week will get a flashing (yes, flashing!) TES pen and a TES mug.

  1. #TESoverheard yr 7 – what’s the capital of Italy? Miss is it Meatballs? I glare at her – friend follows with ‘told you it was noodles’

    — lpsgeography (@lpsgeography) October 22, 2015

  2. @tes #TESoverheard : Y11: ‘So in the end, the Pope exfoliated Henry VIII’

    — Elizabeth (@lizziebuffin) October 18, 2015

  3. Me: Has anyone heard of WWF? Does anyone knowwhat it stands for? pupil: World War Free? #TESoverheard

    — Kate (@katehillsdon) October 22, 2015

  4. SALT with a y3. “So if I have a basket, a bas-ket, and I take away the ‘bas’, what is left?” “Probably just the handles” #TESoverheard

    — Sophie H (@tinysrh__) October 21, 2015

  5. #TESoverheard class Flugzeug is German for aeroplane – spell it miss me – a-e-r-o-p shut up miss you’re just spelling the chocolate bar

    — Clare Henry (@mrsbudgie) October 20, 2015

  6. A y2 asked during cooking, can I do the egg miss? I’ll be careful…I make cakes at home and I never put crack in them! #TESoverheard

    — Little Ads Cornwall (@littleads_) October 18, 2015

  7. Student brought down to the office for smoking. Q. Do you know why I have asked to see you? A. Is it because I’m good looking? #TESoverheard

    — William Deighan (@wulyum) October 18, 2015

  8. @tes Me: “Who knows what event happens at the end of October?” Reception child: “The moon will swallow us all up!” #TESoverheard #priceless

    — Sue Millichap (@ThatGirlSue) October 19, 2015

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