February 25, 2024

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Just For Fun: Teacher 12 Days of Christmas

Just For Fun: Teacher 12 Days of Christmas

Lynn How

Lynn is the Editor at Teacher Toolkit. With 20 years of primary teaching and SLT experience, she has been an Assistant Head, Lead Mentor for ITT and SENCO. She loves to write and also has her own SEMH and staff mental health blog: www.positiveyoungmind.com. Lynn…
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How about performing this Christmas song with your school staff?

It’s great to be a little silly in school at Christmas! I’m sure your pupils will love this school-related rendition of The 12 Days Of Christmas.

No doubt you’ll find some of these verses relatable …

A Teacher’s Twelve Days of Christmas

On the first day of Christmas, a pupil said to me, ‘I need a plaster ‘coz I’ve cut my knee’.

On the second day of Christmas, a pupil said to me, ‘urgh, I just don’t get it.’

On the third day of Christmas, a pupil said to me, ‘can I turn the page now?’

On the fourth day of Christmas, a pupil said to me, ‘that boy looked at me funny.’

On the fifth day of Christmas, a pupil said to me, ‘this term is far too long.’

On the sixth day of Christmas, a pupil said to me, ‘where shall I put this staple?’

On the Seventh day of Christmas, a pupil said to me, ‘my hand is really tired.’

On the eighth day of Christmas, a pupil said to me, ‘this is extremely boring.’

On the ninth day of Christmas, a pupil said to me, ‘I really need a wee.’

On the tenth day of Christmas, a pupil said to me, ‘when is it home time?’

On the eleventh day of Christmas, a pupil said to me, ‘there’s a tarantula in the toilet!’

On the twelfth day of Christmas, a pupil said to me, ‘I’m so hungry I might faint.’

Further fun Christmas blog posts

  1. ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas
  2. The 12 (School) Plays of Christmas
  3. Who Wins The Christmas Nativity Play?

 

The Teacher Toolkit team wish you all a happy and healthy Christmas!