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An Interview with Mr. Hull

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Q1. What is your favourite responsibility in school? Why?

 

Mr Hull: Well, I’m deputy head so I get to buy all the chairs and school books. I get to spend an absolute fortune every year.  Also, the people who have red cards come to my classroom - that’s nice. 

 

Us: how is it nice to know that children of KSJS are being naughty?

 

Mr Hull: Well, luckily hardly any children come to me!

 

Q2. Where do you find yourself in 5 years?

 

Mr Hull. Well I’ll probably still be here- teaching! I’ve been working here for 6 years you know! But one day, when I’m a bit older, I’ll be a head teacher. I could be doing that now, but I love teaching and the head teacher doesn’t do much teaching!

 

Q3. What do you do in your spare time? Why?

 

Mr Hull: I’ve got my little children; Ellie and Isaac .I also have a new hobby Geo-Cashing. Every couple of times a year, my family and I go on a caravan holiday.

 

Q4. What is your most embarrassing moment?

 

Mr Hull: It was at Christmas and my primary school was doing a Christmas play and I didn’t want a big part so I waited until two parts were left I could either be a shepherd or a soldier. Being a boy, I decided to be a soldier thinking I would get a sword and impress the girls! Unfortunately, the school netball (pleated) skirts were the same colour as the roman costume so I ended up wearing a netball skirt and cardboard amour; and I didn’t even get a sword!!

 

Q5. What is your favourite book?

 

Mr Hull: I love loads of books but the one I’m reading at the moment is the one I love most! The book I’m reading at the moment is the Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time. It’s about a dog!

 

Q6.What is your favourite historic/prehistoric era?

 

Mr Hull: Well if I had a time machine, I’d probably visit them all! I’d love to see WW2, but what I’d do is in an air raid, I’d find out which buildings didn’t get bombed and them I’d hide in them!

 

Q7.What is your favourite year group to teach?

 

Mr Hull: Oh that’s easy-Year 6! I’ve taught year 1 and 3, I’ve taught year 4, 5 and 6- even years 7 and 8. The reason I like year 6 is because they have the ability to do trickier stuff and they know when you’re joking with them!

 

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