School Daze is a hugely enjoyable romp through the social, sexual and professional dilemmas facing three recently qualified young teachers as they try to cope with the increased stress of the modern day education world.
Caitlyn, Jamie and Jennifer all share an enthusiasm for their chosen profession. Qualifying on the same course, then based in the same Glasgow Secondary School, they work hard at becoming good teachers.
Facing temptations including a highly attractive young male pupil, a charismatic Head Teacher and a tall, dark and handsome mysterious stranger, they try to steer an acceptable course between their professional responsibilities and a fulfilling social life.
It is written with great sensitivity and a refreshing absence of sensationalism.
School Daze is ideal school holiday reading material for teachers and ex-pupils alike. The realistic manner in which the book addresses the puzzling issue of why intelligent attractive teachers sometimes get involved with pupils will attract interest.
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by on October 26, 2016
- ringwood publishing, April 2014
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