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# Where you go when you know nobody can understand you

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# When it's just too much to handle

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# What do you do when you end up Somewhere you never planned to

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# Wash that stress out Like it was shampoo

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# You should stay, it can change There's good things and bad days

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# But one day down the line This time it's sure to stop

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# So the only time is now, 4 o'clock. #

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Give us a touch?

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CAR ALARM

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Who did that?

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Still got it!

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Well, I've marked your maths exams.

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Poor, substandard.

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Man, he's doing that one word paper drop thing, never a good sign.

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Supply teacher? Please. Won't even break a sweat.

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Slipshod, though I did enjoy the giant robot you drew

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in answer to question 12.

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Thank you, sir.

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Some songs of intelligent life.

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Ryan, sir.

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Ultimately disappointing.

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As for you, Josh.

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Sir, about my mark, please may I see you after class?

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In private.

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Yeah, yeah, of course.

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Thanks, sir.

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CLASS BELL

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See, the thing is, sir, I've got dyscalculia.

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It's number blindness, I even got a book for you.

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It's all ones swopping with twos, and sevens hiding behind eights.

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I know what it is, how come no-one spotted it before now?

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Well, the teachers just tend to laugh at me

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whenever I get the questions wrong.

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I'll just remove the comment I put at the end of your paper.

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Well, fine effort, really. You did try your best.

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Thanks, sir.

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Oh, and that's also obviously why

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I couldn't do any of my maths homework this week.

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Course.

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What are you doing, Mr Carter?

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You look like a commercial.

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I was just really enjoying the coffee, Mr Byron.

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We need to talk about your ongoing assessment.

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Er, yeah. Really looking forward to it.

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Part of it is being observed by a more experienced teacher

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who can act as a learning mentor to you.

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Well, I don't know if you've got anyone in mind but maybe...you?

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Do you have a problem with that?

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No, not at all.

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It's just I didn't see you as the mentoring type.

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Ordinarily not but they pay a bonus and I'm refitting my kitchen.

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I'll check my diary and set out a time and sit in on a lesson or two.

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Great, what kind of thing...

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-Mr Carter, may I have a word?

-Can it wait?

-I just need to...

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It's about your brother.

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What's he done now?

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Nothing. I just wanted you to know how impressed

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I am with the efforts he's making despite his condition.

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Thanks, man, but I don't think being a wise guy is actually

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recognised as a condition.

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I'm talking about his number blindness.

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Number blindness?

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I can't have been easy for him to admit it but he told

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when I was handing back the Year Nine maths exam.

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Oh, I see, maths exam.

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Shot in the dark. Did Josh fail that exam?

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Technically, yes, but...

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And I suppose his condition means that he can't do homework, either?

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He's going to need greater support.

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While he was telling you this, he wasn't tugging on his ear,

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like that, was he?

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He may have.

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Leave it with me. I've got a feeling

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this condition might have cleared up by your next lesson.

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BELL RINGS

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We had half your presentations last time, so this time, it's the half.

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And we may have an observer in our lesson, so let's take it up a notch.

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I want you to...shine.

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Not for me, but for yourselves. So that's...

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Ash, Elizabeth, Jamila, Jonathan, Phoebe, Rafiq, Ryan, and Zoe-Marie.

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Why you always picking on me? That's like victim-it-isation!

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I'm not picking on you, Zoe-Marie. It's everyone who hasn't done it.

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-Why say my name last like that?

-Because it was alphabetical.

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Nah, you went "AND Zoe-Marie". I ain't done nothing.

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I've got rights. You can't just, whatever!

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BELL RINGS

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Don't forget our special guest. I want to see your best work.

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So you're saying my work's not good enough?

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Just...do the presentation, OK?

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-Josh, wait.

-Hey, what's up, bruv?

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This is not a bruv thing. This is a teacher telling off a student thing.

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Can this be a teacher letting a student off cos he's his brother?

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You failed the maths exam and lie about having number blindness?

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No, it wasn't like that... You see, the thing of it is...

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-I can tell when you're lying.

-How? I mean...I'm not!

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I've seen you lie every day since you could talk.

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I've got my assessment coming up. I don't need you acting the fool.

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# White lies, porky pies Blatant fibs, made up bits

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# If there's anybody's I can spot Everyday it's his

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# Sports day, gotta climb a rope run a race

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# Suddenly he's got a dodgy knee and a stomach ache

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# Can anybody claim this many allergies?

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# Classrooms, museums libraries, galleries?

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# Can't write a hundred words in case his arm hurts

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# The only thing he's allergic to is hard work!

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# But every time he tugs the earlobe, then I'll know

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# And I'll be one step ahead forever

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# Mental note Always remember not to tug your ear

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# Man, it's literally like having Big Brother here

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# Every move I make He's watching me, he's on to me

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# When's he gonna leave so I'm free like I wanna be?

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# In the meantime If that's how it's gotta be

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# I'll be the watchman Watching him, watching me

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# When's he gonna see this ain't what I wanna be

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# Doing with my time when there's Byron clocking me

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# I'm not a law enforcer man I'm not police

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# Now I'm the watchman Watching him, watching me

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# I'll be the watchman Watching him, watching me

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# And no way is he going to take my spot from me

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# I ain't playing second fiddle man that's not for me

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# I'll be the watchman Watching him, watching me. #

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Number blindness?

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Saw it on Newsround. I was saving it for an emergency.

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Wouldn't it be easier to study?

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What kind of attitude is that?

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OK, OK. I'll do my maths at lunch.

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-And I'll arrange for you to retake that exam.

-Sweet cakes.

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-You coming outside?

-No. Computer room.

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Need to work on that presentation for English.

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Why the stress? It's not for ages.

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It's the day after tomorrow, you mongoose.

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See. Ages.

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I hate public speaking. I hate doing anything in public.

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Don't bother me. I just imagine the audience is on the toilet.

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Takes all the fear away.

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If I have to make a speech, I'll be the one on the toilet.

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Do I look nervous?

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No. That's because I'm imagining you on the toilet right now.

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OK...

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I suspect I'm going to regret this, but...

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if Mr Carter let us do it together, you could do all the speaking...

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-And you'll do all the work?

-Exactly!

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-And I'll put in, like, graphics and everything.

-You're on.

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PLAYS SOUND EFFECTS

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Josh, Have you seen Miss Poppy? I... Wait, why are you here?

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Oh, I was helping with this audio collage she's doing.

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PLAYS SOUND EFFECTS

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The sounds of the school.

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Er...maths?

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Oh, you were serious about that.

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How do you think it looks when my own brother chips off?

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-You promised you'd do it at lunch.

-I had to say something

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or you'd still be lecturing me.

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We're working on your maths every lunch till you've passed that exam.

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That could be a lot of lunchtimes. We'll starve to death.

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Hello, Mr Carter... and young Mr Carter. Sorry I'm late.

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Josh just stopped by to tell you he can't stay

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because he's got some extra maths tutoring.

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Oh. Well, maths is important too. Can't keep time without numbers.

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Or...work out your percentage of album sales.

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After deductions for studio hire, marketing...

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-Distribution.

-Distribution. Exactly... I feel the same way.

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JOSH RETCHES I'll wait outside, yeah?

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So, I've got this assessment with Mr Byron.

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I'm not worried... Just...nervous.

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That's an important distinction. You'll be fine.

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-You've got all your lesson plans.

-Yeah.

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-And your student profiles, obviously.

-Obviously.

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Um, any other tips?

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Tell you what, why don't you give me a call later.

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Give me your phone and I'll put my number in.

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Sorted! Well, once I've done all my lesson plans and student profiles.

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Plus, I got her number.

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Yeah, I reckon she's got your number and all.

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And speaking of numbers...

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-There's one small problem with your whole "teach me maths" plan

--

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you're rubbish at it.

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Your faith in me is touching.

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You forget, I've got my GCSE maths,

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so I think I can cope with your Year Nine work.

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So...If a bus carrying 40 people leaves at 11.30

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and travels 50 kilometres where... the speed limit is...60kph...

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Tell you what, let's see how much you know.

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-This is pointless. I don't even own a bus pass.

-Go on.

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Keep working, I'll tell them you're busy right now.

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Don't I at least get a lawyer and a phone call?

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Sorry, boys, Josh is working.

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-We don't want Josh. It's about our presentation.

-OK, what's up?

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Seeing as the Duke Of Edinburgh weekend was all about teamwork

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and helping each other, we think it'd be in the true spirit

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of the programme to do the presentation together.

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You see, sir, Ryan's a bit...

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..at the speeches. Whereas I'm more...

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..at the actual work part of it so it'd be better doing it together.

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Better is good. OK, you're on.

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Yes!

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We need to practise that.

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How you getting on?

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Josh, you haven't done any of it.

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-I can't, OK! I don't get it. I never will.

-You will.

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I won't! I'm just dumb.

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You're not dumb. You just need a little help.

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It was the same for me.

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In fact, it's so long since I picked up a maths book,

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I still feel a bit like that.

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I promise you, we'll work through this together,

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every lunchtime, starting tomorrow, until you feel more confident.

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What about your assessment?

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Forget that. I'll find time for that.

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Don't worry.

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-Thanks, bruv.

-You're welcome...bruv.

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Hey, check it out. It's a maths website.

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They've made it into a game a bit like Zombie Squad...

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Come on, die, you number seven! Stupid prime number fours!

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Yeah. Cool.

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-Hello.

-Hi, Mel. It's Nathan.

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Nathan Carter. From school.

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I know. Your number came up.

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Yeah, of course. Um...

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Listen, about this assessment...

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My Year Nines are doing this public speaking thing...

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You'll have no problem. Just show him your topic folders.

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Topic folders.

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And they are?

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Actually, now that I've got you, I've got a favour to ask.

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You know I'm doing this Sound Of The School audio collage?

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-Uh-huh.

-TOILET FLUSHES

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-Is that?

-Washing machine.

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-Spin cycle.

-Right.

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Well, I was wondering if I could record you

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reciting some poetry from your English class.

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Um... When?

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I was thinking tomorrow lunchtime.

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As you've clearly got all your assessment thing under control.

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Tomorrow? Um...yeah.

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Sorted. Come by the music room tomorrow lunchtime.

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Um...lunchtime...might be a bit...

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Thanks, Nathan! Bye!

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Great(!)

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What's up, bruv?

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Oh.

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J, you know how I'm busy

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-and I've really got to concentrate on my assessment.

-Sure you do.

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I've been thinking and Mr Janucek will be a better tutor than I am.

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-You're OK.

-You said yourself that maths isn't what I'm best at.

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I'm slowing you down. And luckily, Mr Janucek's agreed to help.

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Following your remarkable recovery from dyscalculia.

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What can I say? It's a miracle.

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Thanks again. I'll see you later.

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After this, you'll be teaching me the bits I don't understand.

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JOSH LAUGHS SARCASTICALLY

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Right, where shall we start?

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Ash! We have to work on that presentation, you troll.

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-I've done a work schedule...

-Later. I'm in the Champions League final.

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Right! That's a foul! Red card, you're sent off. Now let's go.

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Calm down. If worse comes to worst, we'll just wing it.

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I can't wing it! I've never winged anything in my life.

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I need to be completely ready for everything.

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Now you explain what we've learnt back to me,

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as if I was the student and you were the teacher.

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So... if you're re-arranging an equation...

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everything you do to one side, you also do to the other?

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See. You do get it when you try.

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There's no denying I've got skills.

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OK. There's still a bit of lunchtime left,

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-but we'll carry on with algebra tomorrow.

-Can't wait.

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-Well done.

-Thanks, sir.

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-Watch where you're going, Carter.

-Sorry, sir.

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-Wait. Have you seen Mr Carter?

-Yeah. Not pretty, is it?

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Tell him I need to see him about which lessons to sit in on.

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Yes, sir.

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-NATHAN ON MICROPHONE:

-'One, two. One, two.'

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-Hey man, you were right, I did it!

-What?

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Maths. I nailed it. It's history and...I'm awesome.

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Well done, man!

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Um...listen, why don't you go and enjoy your lunch.

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Don't let me keep you...

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Nah, it's cool. I'll hang here and help Miss Poppy...

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which is what you're doing!

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Oh, my days! Switching with Janucek wasn't about me!

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It was so you could run after Miss Poppy.

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No, it wasn't... I'm just so busy, J, with the assessment...

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and I needed her help...

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and then she asked me to give her a hand, you know.

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Man, I always had your best interests at heart.

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The ear of lies!

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"Don't worry, we'll work through it together."

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-Then you ditch me the first chance you get.

-It wasn't like that...

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Whatever. If I wanted to learn from Janucek I'd have listened in class.

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Oh, by the way, I bumped into Mr Byron.

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Says he wants to sit in on your maths class.

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-You mean English class.

-And maths.

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What? Why would he do that?

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He says he wants to see you doing all the basic subjects...

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and it's crucial for your assessment.

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I've done the slideshow.

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And I've searched for facts about D of E and the campsite.

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Sounds well dry.

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Watch it!

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OK, what do you want to put in?

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More stuff about what happened. Like when you fell in that hole.

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No.

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-Or when you got chased by the duck.

-No.

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What about when your sausage caught fire and you were screaming

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"Where's the fire officer?"

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Do you have any ideas that aren't embarrassing stories about me?

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Um...

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No.

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Right. Then we'll go with my plan.

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OK.

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-What are you doing?

-I'm closing this so we can start work.

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Start? That WAS work!

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And I hadn't saved it!

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You should always save your work, man.

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Arrr-ggg-hh!

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Are you sure you're being assessed on maths?

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I didn't have to do that.

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I'm positive. Josh gave me the message from Byron...

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just when he was annoyed at me for...switching with...Janucek...

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Think maybe he was winding you up?

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Only one way to know for sure...

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Mr Byron, about my assessment.

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Mm-hmm? Charalambos! Stop running!

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-You're sitting in on my English lesson?

-Yes, of course.

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-And tuck that shirt in!

-Not a maths tutorial?

-What?

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A maths tutorial.

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Josh fell behind in maths, so he needed a little help.

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Maths tutorial? If you want. I'll stop by tomorrow.

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Always good to get a rounded picture of new teachers.

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And stop banging the doors!

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Come on. If we go straight back to mine and work till midnight

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-we should still get it done.

-Too late now, mate.

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We might as well just make it up as we go along tomorrow.

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I know it's too late! That's why I was telling you we had to start!

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That's it! Deal's off. You're not dragging me down.

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Fine! I wouldn't drag you down now even if you begged me!

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I was already worried about my English assessment.

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I'm good at English! Now Bogoff wants to watch me teach maths.

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I'm rubbish at maths! I'll look a total plank.

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-Sir?!

-See you later. Good luck!

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-Yes?

-Mr Carter, I've been thinking.

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The D of E is as much about the individual challenge

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as it is about teamwork.

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So can I do mine on my own after all?

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You see, sir, Ryan's gone a bit...

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Whereas I'm more...

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I don't care. Just do it and do it well!

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Have you cleaned your shoes?

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Ma, I'm about to fail on English AND Maths

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and any ability to teach. Footwear is the least of my problems.

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Clean shoes make a good impression.

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Year Seven... Year Eight...

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Yes! Year Nine.

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Thank you, Mum, for never throwing anything away!

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I always thought there was a good chance you'd have to repeat a year.

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What are you doing?

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Revising Year Nine maths for Bogoff's assessment.

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-What are you doing?

-Zombie Squad.

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Oh, no. No, no, no, no!

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Give me it!

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I'll take that. If I'm doing maths, you're doing maths...

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# How'd I get in this mess

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# Couldn't pick a worse subject to assess

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# It's a bad scam Never been a maths man

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# Used to file my homework in the trash can

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# All of this stuff fries my brain

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# "How many children ride the train If it goes through 15 stops?"

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# "How much water in these pots?"

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# "If it's 20% gold 20% silver and ten years old

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# "How strong is Lisa's ring?" How long is a piece of string?

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# As a kid I'd never concentrate

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# Now Bogoff's got my head on a plate

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# And I guarantee he will assess this

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# With a nod then eat me for breakfast

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# Clock's ticking down And I'm in it now

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# Knee deep and I might not live it down

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# Think on my feet, can't blink Can't sleep, I need a solution

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# Clock's ticking down And I'm in it now

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# Knee deep and I might not live it down

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# Think on my feet, can't blink Can't sleep, I need a solution

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# How'd I get in this mess?

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# Tried to get Nathan Just got stress

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# Now he's on my back like an itch you can't scratch

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# Don't wanna say that I've met my match

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# So it's time for a new plan

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# Never been a can't I'm a can do man

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# Nathan's on it now and ain't gonna stop it

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# Gotta find a way of getting him to drop it

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# See he's just so scared

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# I can see the grey coming through in his hair

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# Gotta make him face facts Plain as day that we both hate maths

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# Skip the long talk Cut to the chase

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# I'm going to say this stuff to his face

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# And it's gotta be that clear

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# Well, well, well What do we have here? #

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Ah, Mr Carter. I've been expecting you.

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Josh, what you doing with my old maths exam?

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Your Year Nine maths exam.

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Do you think I want it pinned up so everyone can see I failed?

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Exactly! You go on about how important this exam is,

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but you never passed it either.

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You failed at maths then. You're failing harder now.

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But that didn't stop you doing what you wanted,

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so why are making such a big deal about it with me?

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I think this could get in the way of what I want.

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What? Why?

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See, right here. I failed at school, because all I cared about

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was being a rapper.

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Now I'm back at school trying to make it as a teacher

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and I'm failing at that too.

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When Bogoff sees me trying to teach maths...

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Yeah, about that...

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I may've, sort of... been winding you up.

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Bogoff ain't coming to watch you do maths.

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Right. All ready for this maths tutorial you were telling me about?

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Come on, into your seat, Carter.

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Thanks for coming, Mr Byron.

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I thought we could start with some simple times tables?

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Just do what you would normally.

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# Uh-oh this is out of control

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# I'm gonna need to dig us out of this hole

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# All I wanted was to get my own back

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# And Nathan Now he's in for it so bad

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# I should know that, this is karma

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# I'm the one that started this drama

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# Cos I never shoulda lied in the first place

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# Now I could lose my job in the worst case

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# Clock's ticking down And he's in it now knee deep

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# And he might not live it down

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# Think on my feet, cant' blink Can't sleep, I need a solution

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# Here it is now, moment of truth

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# If I'm really good gotta show 'em the proof

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# Even though this is the hardest time

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# Maybe this is my chance to shine!

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# He hasn't got a chance this time And the fault is partly mine

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# Now his job's on the line, I confess!

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# And there's nothing I can do... # Unless...

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Sir, why don't I pretend to be the teacher?

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What?

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You know...where I explain what I've learnt to you.

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Yes! Yeah...I'll be the student.

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Pretend I know nothing.

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So in order to balance an equation,

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you need to make sure you do the same to both sides.

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Correct! Again. That's great.

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That's all we have time for, but you did really well.

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Mr Byron, I know teachers should show a broad range of skills...

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Mr Carter, you're an English teacher, not a maths teacher.

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But it's always good to help the students

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and I like your reverse teaching technique.

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Oh. Thanks... I've always thought it important to empower them.

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And it's a good way to cover up that you didn't know any of it yourself.

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BELL RINGS

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Saved by the bell?

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-B minus.

-That's better than mine!

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And you totally fluked it, just by telling stories about me.

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Think how much less work I could have done and still passed.

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Good work, Mr Carter. I particularly enjoyed the bit about fractions.

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At least we get our lunchtimes back.

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Almost. I've got one thing left to do tomorrow...

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Don't worry, bruv. I've revised my maths this time.

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No, you were right.

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I shouldn't have made you do something I hadn't done myself.

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It's time I passed my maths exam.

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OK, let's get started.

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I've got to get out in time to help Miss Poppy.

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I'm reciting some equations for her Sounds Of The School project.

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-# Can't live with 'em

-And you can't kick 'em out

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# When they're up they rub it in your face

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# Kick you when you're down

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-# But when no-one understands them

-You know what they're on about

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-# Always gonna be around

-Gotta find a common ground

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# If you know so much about me

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# Where do I go from here?

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-# If you see 'em everyday

-You can never get away

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# Only time that you're the boss? 4 o'clock! #

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To get out of maths homework, Josh claims he has number blindness and persuades novice supply teacher Janucek to let him off.

When Nathan discovers Josh's dodge, he decides to educate his kid brother himself - though when it comes to numbers, Nathan is as short-sighted as Josh. But at least they can both count the beats when they are rapping.


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