By Francis Gilbert, read by Jack Davenport.
A frank and vivid account of the life of a young teacher in an inner-city school."Francis is rescued from a year of doing menial jobs in Brighton by a Post-grad in Teacher Training.
If only it was that easy."
Francis gets his first job teaching in an East London secondary school.
Francis has to stand in for a sick colleague, and things get rather out of control.
It's Francis' second year at Truss Comp.
Time to make a fresh start, and let his new class know who's boss.
That trip to the rural studies centre in Wales was such a good idea at the time.
But look what it's done to the kids in Francis's form.