School’s head of literacy cringes after accidentally sending an all-staff email telling them the library is s*** on Thursdays – prompting other teachers to share their own howlers
Amanda Morris, an Assistant Principal at John Cabot School in Bristol, shared with her Twitter followers the unfortunate email she’d sent to ALL staffPromoting World Book Day, Morris meant to tell colleagues they wouldn’t mark the event on March 5th because the school library is shut on ThursdaysHowever, a keyboard slip saw Morris insert an ‘i’ not an ‘u’ in the word shut A slew of other teachers then shared their own cringe-worthy email fails
They are there to help the next generation perfect their reading and writing but, as one Head of Literacy found out, English teachers are just as fallible as the rest of us.
Amanda Morris, an Assistant Principal at John Cabot School in Bristol, left her colleagues – and thousands of people on Twitter – tittering after she sent an all-staff email about World Book Day, with a humdinger of a typo in it.
The teacher, who documents school life under the Twitter handle @DarthCackett, shared the email she’d send out to staff that suggested that the school library was s*** on Thursdays.
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Doh! Amanda Morris, an Assistant Principal at John Cabot School in Bristol, managed to see the funny side after telling all staff at her school that the library was ‘sh*t’
The email that was pinged from English teacher Amanda Morris to her colleagues, with an unfortunate ‘i’ slipping into the word shut instead of the ‘u’
The unfortunate keyboard slip saw Morris insert an ‘i’ not an ‘u’ in the word ‘shut’ transforming the meaning in hilarious fashion.