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Skip to 0 minutes and 5 seconds I don’t want to discuss who pushed who in the playground. Miss, it was Dylan. He tackled Sammy, not me. Enough. I cannot spend every lesson sorting out what happened at break. [TYPEWRITER]

Skip to 0 minutes and 18 seconds [CHATTER]

Skip to 0 minutes and 25 seconds Settle down please. OK. I would like everyone to choose a new frame size now. And carry on with your estimations. You did punch him really? So what. I do what I like. [TYPEWRITER] [CHATTER] Get lost Charlie. [CHATTER]

Skip to 0 minutes and 53 seconds [TYPEWRITER]

Skip to 1 minute and 0 seconds What are you doing, Charlie? Nothing. Well, then sit back down please. [CHATTER]

Skip to 1 minute and 9 seconds Hey. Hey. Yes. Did the last person on Grand Theft last night when his head exploded. It was so funny. You are such a liar. Charlie, where are you going now? I need the toilet, Miss. You’ve been twice already this morning. Now sit back down please.

Skip to 1 minute and 29 seconds What happened to your head Josie? Mom been doing it again? [TYPEWRITER]

Skip to 1 minute and 40 seconds It looks like a Christmas tree. Maybe a little slip will help. Girls, are you working? We’re nearly finished, Miss. Just got one small problem, but I’ll fix it Miss. [CHATTER]

Skip to 2 minutes and 4 seconds I’m on level four. Yes. I hope that’s work going on over there green table. Come on, Dylan. You have zero foot skills, mate. It’s embarrassing. Oh yeah. And you’re so great. Your mom plays better footy than you do. Shut up Jimmy. [CHATTER] You’re brilliant. Look what you’ve done now. Just cause you look stupid, don’t mean you got to act stupid. You are such a loser. [CHATTER] OK. Great. So you need to stop filling that up now with your blocks. This is so lame. Charlie, we’re never going to get this finished. [SARCASTIC MUMBLING] Miss. Miss, Charlie is not helping. Miss. Miss, Charlie won’t play with me. Is it cause I smell. Charlie and Eva, that’s enough. OK.

Skip to 2 minutes and 57 seconds Everyone, you’ve got five minutes left. Dylan, have you actually started working yet? It’s not fair. Why does he always got to be at our table? He ruins everything. Yeah. Such losers. [WHISPERING] Latisha’s table, I hope that’s work going on over there.

Skip to 3 minutes and 22 seconds Precious work, eh? Don’t do it. Put it down. Dylan. Dylan. It’s so stupid.

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