Wednesday, 21 November 2012

School reports: the 15 best school reports submitted to the Telegraph


“The improvement in his handwriting has revealed his inability to spell.”


“Give him the job and he will finish the tools.”


“Rugby: Hobbs has useful speed when he runs in the right direction.”


“French is a foreign language to Fowler.”


“The stick and carrot must be very much in evidence before this particular donkey decides to exert itself.”


“He has given me a new definition of stoicism: he grins and I bear it.”


“At least his education hasn’t gone to his head.”


“Would be lazy but for absence.”


“The tropical forests are safe when John enters the woodwork room, for his projects are small and progress is slow.


“Henry Ford once said history is bunk. Yours most certainly is.”


“For this pupil all ages are dark.”


“He has an overdeveloped unawareness.”


“This boy does not need a Scripture teacher. He needs a missionary.”


“About as energetic as an absentee miner.”


“Unlike the poor, Graham is seldom with us.”



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