Science Lessons - a Memory of Romsey.

I remember Mr. Beecham, a lovely teacher who took us for science - but look out if you misbehaved. I would watch fearfully as he dished out punishment. He would take you into a little side room he called his 'cupboard' and tan your behind with a big white plimsole. One day I was caught messing around and it was my turn for the big white plimsole, I was mortified. I was marched into the cupboard with the sound of the class kids giggling behind me. Mr Beecham raised the shoe and hit the bench three times. I could not believe it. He said "now behave in future, but go out rubbing your behind". What a kidder he was, but a very fond memory.


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