Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Answers to Redundant Words Quiz

I took this photograph of Brighton Pier from the Brighton Wheel

As promised here are the answers to the Redundant Words Quiz. Click here if you want to have a go.

Well done to Jan for being the closest (you only missed one) - sorry no prizes!
Memo to Teachers about Forthcoming Theatre Trip


It is essential that we plan ahead. The school party will leave for the station at 11.45 a.m. in the morning not 12.45. This was an unexpected mistake.

Although the theatre will be filled to capacity - as our visit comes at a time when pupils from language schools visit London - the theatre manager has said that as we are invited guests, they will add an additional row of chairs for our students. This is an unexpected surprise.

We have made a definite decision to travel by train but at the present time, we are not sure how we will make our way from the station to the theatre, but we are in close proximity to the bus stop and so might make use of the local bus service. We will be merging together our two groups before continuing our journey.

During the course of the interval, as an added bonus, the theatre has promised to provide refreshments and each child will be given a free gift of a programme at the end of the performance. When the play has completely finished we shall be leaving from the King Street entrance (in case any parents wish to meet their children). It is absolutely essential that parents let the school know if this is to be the case. Looking at the past history of these visits, we expect them to be few in number.

If the play runs late we shall have a difficult dilemma as the last train back is at 11.45pm. The end result might be that we will miss this train but as the train has been estimated to be roughly ten pounds cheaper than hiring a coach, the final outcome; if we changed our mode of travel would be an increase in parents’ contribution to the cost of the trip. Pupils might possibly be back at school earlier than suggested but we will postpone until later telling parents this information.

The theatre trip will be repeated again next year if it is successful and it still remains a possibility that this could become an annual trip.



  1. I love Brighton pier, can almost taste the doughnuts and coffee now!

    1. I used to live in Brighton many years ago when I was training to be a teacher. I now live in a village 20 minutes away and love visiting it 'as a tourist'.