My two previous posts began to map out the Bodj manifesto for the next General Election. In my next broadcast to the Nation I will tell you my thoughts on education.
“ I learned a lot from the lock down period earlier this year, when schools were working with far less teachers and our Universities stopped doing anything. Results improved in spite of my hapless Education Secretary – Gavnotmyfault. Most teachers stayed at home doing nothing and I think we should let them carry on doing that, although of course we won’t be paying them. The teaching unions argued that schools shouldn’t go back to normal, so now they have what they wanted🤡
In future the new socially-distanced schools will operate at one third capacity and for the rest of the time pupils will work from home. The results will no doubt continue to improve if teachers estimate them. That should save us quite a few £billions in not having to pay for all those surplus teachers.
Our world class universities miraculously managed to send all the students home and still give them degrees. So from now on remote learning will become the new norm in an expanded Open University, that will replace all other universities. Students will no longer have to do all that drinking and partying and demonstrating. Another fortune saved 🤡
Colonel Tom says he went to the university of hard knocks and he did OK. Markus Rashford said he did alright playing football. The Last Laugh Looney Party commended Bodj on his masterstroke of educational reform, which should make all young people really good at reeding, rioting and rithmatic and they will all have first class degrees. Coco just wagged her tail at the thought of more children to play within the park.
Bodj said I think the children will particularly enjoy not having exams and going to skool a lot less. So in another great Bodj innovation, I have decided to lower the voting age to FIVE.“
Bodj wants to tell children if they can’t read the voting paper just put a cross against his picture 🤡