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Childnet focuses on education, awareness, and policy, for a range of audiences – children and young people, parents and carers, those working with children, and those providing the internet services that they use. Our education work in schools aims to enable children of all ages to use interactive technologies safely and responsibly. For more information and advice, please visit www.childnet.com

 

 

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Laughter is the best medicine but if your laughing without a reason you need to think about medicine

Q: Why did the teacher wear sunglasses?

A: Because his class was so bright!

 

Q: Why were the teacher's eyes crossed?

A: She couldn't control her pupils!

 

Q: Teacher: Didn't I tell you to stand at the end of the line?

A: Student: I tried but there was someone already there!

 

Q: How is an English teacher like a judge?

A: They both give out sentences.

 

Q: Teacher: You missed school yesterday, didn't you?

A: Student: Not really.

 

Q: Why did the teacher go to the beach?

A: To test the water.

 

Q: Teacher: If I had 6 oranges in one hand and 7 apples in the other, what would I have?

A: Student: Big hands!

 

Q: Teacher: If you got £20 from 5 people, what you get?

A: Student: A new bike.

 

Q: Teacher: I hope I didn't see you looking at John's exam?

A: Student: I hope you didn't either.

 

Q: Teacher: What is the shortest month?

A: Student: May, it only has three letters.

 

Q: Teacher: Answer my question at once. What is 7 plus 2?

A: Student: At once!

 

Q: Why did closing her eyes remind the teacher of her classroom?

A: Because there were no pupils to see.

 

Q: Why did the teacher turn the lights on?

A: Because her class was so dim.

 

Q: What do you do if a teacher rolls her eyes at you?

A: Pick them up and roll them back

 

Q: What did the ghost teacher say to the class?

A: Look at the board and I will go through it again.

 

Q: Why did the teacher write on the window?

A: Because she wanted the lesson to be very clear!

 

 

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