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Fix the Roof

Comedy series. There's a leak in the roof above Hilary Head's office so she forces the whole school to get involved in raising money to fix it.


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This is Dockbridge High, a school just like yours.

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For two years, our cameras have followed day-to-day life here.

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There have been highs and lows.

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We returned for another year to find out how these talented teachers

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continue to excite and inspire a generation of young, eager minds

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at this most ordinary of schools.

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This is Class Dismissed.

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BELL RINGS

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THUNDER ROLLS

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Another day begins and head Hillary Head has been forced to call

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an emergency meeting in her office.

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-S'up?

-Good morning.

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-MR CHRISTOPHER:

-Yes, it is good for all of you,

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for you are in the presence of greatness.

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By that, I mean me.

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Good morning, Mrs Head.

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This is the situation, this is not a drill,

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there is a leak in the school roof.

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Is this the puddle in the art block?

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Because Dave tried to mop it up,

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but Mr Rhomb said it's his finest work to date.

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No, the leak is here in this very office.

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Oh, no. Like, where, fam?

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-TRICKLING

-Oh...

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Of course, I would sit under the leak.

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Well done, Joy!

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We need to fix this pronto, so I need your fundraising ideas now.

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OK, so, we stage a hip-hopera

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of 27 of Shakespeare's best plays in the skate park.

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Never talk again.

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Mr Christopher.

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We could auction off everything I've ever sat on, slept on

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or looked at.

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We won't get money for that. Pot-Lot?

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How about we stage a sponsored job swap where all the staff

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take on different jobs.

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I could, I don't know, be headteacher.

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Go and stand under the leak.

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Useless!

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The rest of you, I want £4,000 in cash

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on my desk by the end of the day or you're all fired.

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Go!

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Not you.

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Well, it was worth a try.

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BELL RINGS

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While the staff get their own fundraising underway,

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it's up to deputy head Mr Potter to force the pupils to get involved.

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And so, finally, remember to give generously.

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After all, this affects you.

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Sir, didn't you say the leak was in Mrs Head's office?

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So does it affect us at all?

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Well, no, it doesn't, Jasmine, but if you don't get involved,

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then Mrs Head will shout at me

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and then I will shout at you

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and then it will affect you.

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So, remember, fundraise, fundraise, fundraise!

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BELL RINGS

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Year 10 pupil Mark is the first to do his bit for the roof

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with a sponsored silence.

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He doesn't even care about the roof.

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He just doesn't want to answer any teachers' questions.

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So, you're not going to speak all day?

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Not a single word?

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What if I hold my finger here?

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What about if I do this?

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How about this?

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How about this? How about now? How about now?

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How about this? How about now?

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Huh. Impressive.

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OK, mate, I'll do you a deal.

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If you manage to stay silent all day, I'll sponsor you a fiver.

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But if you say one word, you give me a fiver.

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What do you reckon?

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Remember...not one word.

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BELL RINGS

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In maths, Mr Konnundrum has come up with an unusual way to fundraise.

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So, if a man...

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..wants to raise some money for a school roof, or any roof,

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but probably a school one...

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..and so, he puts two ferrets...

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..in his trousers...

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..and finds that they're both a little more ACTIVE...

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..than he thought that they might BE...

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Oh!

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Should the man, A...

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Leave the ferrets in his trousers

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and hopefully just do his best to get through the day?

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Or, B - remove the ferrets as soon as possible

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because he is becoming really uncomfortable?

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-Yes, Tahj?

-Definitely B, sir.

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Remove the ferrets as soon as possible.

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They're probably not enjoying it in there either.

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Oh, I think you're right.

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They're starting to bite NOW!

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LAUGHTER

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-Yeah, so remove the ferrets.

-Very well.

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Quiet reading, please.

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BELL RINGS

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Break time and in the canteen, never one to miss out on making money,

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Mrs Tucker has cooked up her own plan.

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Whoa, that looks amazing, Miss.

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Well, I wanted to do my bit for the roof.

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He's always been good to me.

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Perfect for a lunchtime treat - dash of chocolate, bit of vanilla

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and, of course, a smattering of the old classic...

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-Ginger?

-No.

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Mackerel.

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-Eurgh...

-What?

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A load of fish dropped in the cake mix, that's how I got them cheap.

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What can I get for you, darling?

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Absolutely nothing.

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Where you going? I could do you a deal!

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Mrs Tucker's cakes might be inedible...

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BELL RINGS

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..but design and technology teacher Mr Spittle

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doesn't let anything go to waste.

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What's this?

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Oh, a bit of cake!

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I do love a bit of cake.

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Oh, sir, I was just about to bin it, actually.

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It's not very nice.

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Jasmine, you know as well as I do,

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there is no such thing as not nice cake.

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Oh, I love a bit of that.

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It's too dry.

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-Could I try it?

-But it's mine.

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Could I try a nibble of it?

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Oh, no!

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It's fallen on the floor.

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Now it will just have to go in the bin. Sorry, sir.

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Oh, no bother, Jasmine.

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There you go.

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There, it's as good as new.

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Ho-ho!

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Oh, that is perfection.

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I'm picking up passion fruit, papaya...

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..possibly pineapple.

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BOY RETCHES

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Oh, and a hint of pistachio.

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-Ewww!

-Perfection.

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I used to like cake.

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BELL RINGS

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As the fundraising continues around the school,

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Mark's about to regret committing to a sponsored silence.

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You talk yet, mate?

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And you're not going to speak for the rest of the day?

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You're doing so well.

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I can't see anything breaking your silence.

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Er, Marcella, can you come over here for a sec?

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Mark wants to say hi.

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Like, literally, what do you want?

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Mark, don't you want to say hi to Marcella?

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-MARK WHINES

-Rude.

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What's, literally, wrong with him?

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It's not his fault. You see, he's...

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Suffering from...really bad...

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diarrhoea.

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Yeah, he's using all the energy he's got just to hold himself together.

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Ew! That's literally disgusting.

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MARK WHINES

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I'm sorry, mate.

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I've got a fiver riding on this.

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BELL RINGS

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Meanwhile, Mr Potter gives Hillary Head an update.

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Give me some figures, Pot-Bot. How are we doing?

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So far, we've raised £7.20,

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a couple of euros, two old keys and...

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..a half-eaten apple.

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Well, keep pushing, Potster. We need it fixed.

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Doesn't look too bad at the moment.

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BELL RINGS

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But all may not be lost because in the afternoon,

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Mr Christopher is happily getting involved by selflessly

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giving his own time and ego to make a charity single.

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This is more than charity, this is more than the roof.

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This is about me now.

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Hey, guys, Mr Christopher here. What's up?

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So, I wrote this amazing charity single to raise money for the roof

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and we're about to perform it live for the first time

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in a world exclusive.

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So I hope you lot have practised your parts, yeah?

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Not that you'll be as good as me. How could they be?

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-And a five, six... Er, Martin?

-Yeah?

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They can't see my caring face.

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And a five, six, eight...

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# I'm playing minor chords

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# Looking very bleak

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# Is that a tear running down my cheek?

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-# Oh, yeah!

-Things are really bad

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# I'm totes devastated

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# And I won't stop singing

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# Till you've all donated

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# Fix the roof

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# Make Dockbridge High waterproof

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# Fix the roof

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# Make Dockbridge High waterproof now!

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# Check out this wind

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# It makes me look well cool

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# Please give now

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# Or we'll have to close the school

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-FALSETTO:

-# And don't forget my really high top note!

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# AAAAAAAAHHHHHHH!

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# Fix the roof

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# Make Dockbridge High waterproof

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# Fix the roof

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# Make Dockbridge High waterproof

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-# Fix the roof

-Look at all these children's faces

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# These poor little kids They deserve a roof!

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-# Make Dockbridge High waterproof

-Whooooo, yeah, yeah!

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-# Fix the roof

-Oh, I've got a hole in my soul

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# And there's a hole in the roof as well

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-# Make Dockbridge High waterproof

-Whooooo!

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# Yeah! #

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You know you want to fix that roof. Please...

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..fix the roof.

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All right, Martin, that's enough tears.

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HE SPITS

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BELL RINGS

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Sadly, no-one bought the single and in Citizenship,

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Joy's learning a hard lesson in fundraising too.

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I want to talk about fear, because as part of my effort

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for the school fundraising for our beloved roof...

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We will fix you.

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..I've faced my fear and, er...

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..cut off my hair.

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Whoa, that looks really cool, Miss!

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And, er, I thought I could sell my hair to raise money for the roof,

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so who would like to buy a piece?

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Erm... No, thanks, Miss.

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BELL RINGS

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Unbelievably, it looks like Mark may have had more success.

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He's managed to stay silent and, at the end of the day, year 10

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are back with form tutor Mrs Mark to count down the final moments.

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How long has he got, then?

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Oh! Um, attention!

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In one minute's time, my son Mark will become

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the pride of the school by completing his sponsored silence.

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Oh, I'm such a proud mummy.

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I said I wouldn't cry.

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I can't wait to give my little fundraiser this cheque

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to commend him on all his hard work.

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SHE SIGHS HAPPILY

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So, what shall we talk about before the big moment?

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What was Mark's favourite toy when he was little, Miss?

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Oh, well, that's easy.

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It's Mr Flumpy, the cuddly rabbit.

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Here he is.

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-WHISPERS:

-I always carry him around with me,

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just in case Marky gets a bit worried.

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Oh, looks like he might need him now.

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-SILLY VOICE:

-It's OK, Marky! I'm your best friend.

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He loves it when I do the voice.

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20 seconds to go, Miss.

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Would you describe Mark as a mummy's boy?

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Oh, yes. He's always giving me great big kisses

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and sitting on my lap when he's scared.

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So adorable!

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15 seconds, Miss.

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One more question.

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Can I just check, Miss, you are Mark's mum, right?

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Well, of course, Billy.

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I am 100%, undeniably, Mark's mum.

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Come on, everyone say it with me. Who's the mummy?

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-ALL:

-You're the mummy!

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Who the mummy?

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-You're the mummy!

-Who the mummy?

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You're the mummy!

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Who's the mummy? Ooooooohhhh...

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I'm the mummy!

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She's not my muuuuuuuum!

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Ha! You talked!

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Phew!

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It's OK, Marky. I'll still put the £11 in the bucket for you.

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-FLATLY:

-Thanks, Mum. I mean, Miss. She's not my mum.

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BELL RINGS

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Home time and with just £17.36 collected,

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the leak remains an ongoing issue,

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but it's been an enjoyable day of fundraising.

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I liked it when you weren't speaking.

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-I liked it when YOU weren't speaking.

-I'm not speaking.

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-Why are you speaking at me though?

-I'm not speaking.

-I can hear you.

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As for the roof, Hillary Head has worked out an interim solution.

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Well, Pot-Knot, you'll just have to stay there till the leak stops.

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-But...

-There's a good chap. I'll even give you a fresh bucket.

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-BELL RINGS

-Mrs Head...

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Mrs Head!

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# Fix the roof

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# Make Dockbridge High waterproof

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# Fix the roof

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-# Make Dockbridge High waterproof...

-Yeah!

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# Whoooooo! Yeah! #

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There's a leak in the roof above Hilary Head's office so she forces the whole school to get involved in raising money to fix it. Mr Christopher releases a charity single and Mark chooses to do a sponsored silence but finds it harder than expected when Billy embarrasses him in front of Marcella.