Teacher, Teacher!

Teacher, Teacher!

Jack Sheffield / Sep 15, 2019

Teacher Teacher It s and Jack Sheffield is appointed headmaster of a small village primary school in North Yorkshire So begins Jack s eventful journey through the school year and his attempts to overcome the man

  • Title: Teacher, Teacher!
  • Author: Jack Sheffield
  • ISBN: 9780552155281
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s 1977 and Jack Sheffield is appointed headmaster of a small village primary school in North Yorkshire So begins Jack s eventful journey through the school year and his attempts to overcome the many problems that face him as a young and inexperienced headmaster.The many colourful chapters include Ruby the 20 stone caretaker with an acute spelling problem, a secretary wIt s 1977 and Jack Sheffield is appointed headmaster of a small village primary school in North Yorkshire So begins Jack s eventful journey through the school year and his attempts to overcome the many problems that face him as a young and inexperienced headmaster.The many colourful chapters include Ruby the 20 stone caretaker with an acute spelling problem, a secretary who worships Margaret Thatcher, a villager who grows giant carrots, a barmaid parent who requests sex lessons, and a five year old boy whose language is colourful in the extreme And then there s also beautiful, bright Beth Henderson, who is irresistibly attractive to the young headmasterWarm, funny and nostalgic, Teacher, Teacher is a delightful read that is guaranteed to make you feel better, whatever kind of day you ve had.

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    1. As both a contemporary of Jack Sheffield and a retired primary head teacher myself you might expect me to give five stars to this book; just for its nostalgia value ,but NO it if far more than this. As a gently humorous read it has a lot to teach us of community and its positive influences on children then and now.Jack Sheffield is the head of a rural school in a Yorkshire village and this is his first year of headship.Excerpts from the school logbook begin each chapter but soon we realize that [...]


    2. A very charming book about a head teacher's first year in a small village school.I plan to read the other nine books in this series.


    3. 'I'm part of the Transworld book group' and was sent this book to review by Transworld.I really loved the idea of this book, and had high hopes for it before I began, but for some reason, it just didn't quite live up to expectations.The book is semi-autobiographical, and chronicles the first year of Jack Sheffield's role as Head Teacher at Ragley-on-the Forest primary school in North Yorkshire. There's a whole slew of colourful, larger-than-life characters, and life in the tiny village of Ragley [...]


    4. This was my third book for the Transworld Book Group challenge, I was really intrigued by the synopsis and as I want to read a little more non-fiction this semi-autobiographical book seemed like a good step to take.The book covers a school year, each chapter starts with an entry from the school log book and then proceeds to tell the story behind the entry. Whilst many of these stories are funny and thoroughly entertaining, dotted throughout the book are a few more touching and emotional stories. [...]


    5. A sticker on the front of this book said 'if you like Gervaise Phinn you'll love this' - and to be fair the books are very similar in style and subject. A gentle tale about a young headmaster and the village school he works at in the late 1970s. I enjoyed the book because it really conjured up the day to day life of a school throughout the seasons and also introduced a series of amusing characters and sub-plots apart from the school. I think it appealed to me more because I trained as a primary [...]


    6. Teacher, Teacher by Jack Sheffield is the first in a series of books depicting the time back in the late 70′s when Jack took on the responsibility of becoming Headmaster at a little primary school called Ragley School.It’s 1977 and Jack starts his first day at the School near York in North Yorkshire. In charge of approximately 80 children and a handful of Teachers, catering personnel and his extremely organised secretary Vera. Jack starts each chapter covering the full academic school year w [...]


    7. This is semi-autographical book where Jack Sheffield becomes the new headmaster of a little village school in Ragley, North Yorkshire. It tells the story of his first year in the form of various anecdotes. It is an easy read and is a heart-warming book. Each chapter is effectively a different short story and they vary in success. Some are very funny, some are heart-warming whereas others feel a bit pointless. It really is a varied book and if every chapter was as good as some of the best ones, I [...]


    8. Brilliantly writen as a whole book which many people will enjoy, but also as many mini stories of the goings on in the school. Jack has hit the nail on the head with the 70's where Children respected their parents and the people around them. In this time of trouble this could be the sort of book that would lift your spirits and bring back faith in humanity. A author i will be looking out for again very soon :) ‘I’m part of the Transworld Book Group!’


    9. Fantastic book! I can't wait to read some more of his books. Although set in the 70s, teachers now will recognise the families and the children - in some respects they haven't changed that much. I laughed and giggled and cried all the way through this book. It is written with genuine warmth and based on true events, which makes it believable and heart-warming.


    10. Brilliant story, full of charm and humour, the teaching equivalent of the James Herriott's All creatures great and small, written in the same witty style, full of larger than life but at the same time believeable characters.Well worth reading.


    11. I think it's a 2.5 - a gentle rather innocent collection of stories about a primary head and his small village school in the late 1970's. A little too cheesy for me -,I remember the era being rather different to his portrayal. I had to keep reminding myself it wasn't set in the 1930's!!! Not original,but an easy read for a wet Sunday afternoon.


    12. I really enjoyed this gently humoured book about school life before the arrival of photocopiers, computers and so forth. That is the period when I started teaching and the many cultural references bring back fond memories. Very similar to Gervase Phinn in style; a feel good book.



    13. Covering much of the same line as Gervase Phinn this (and the series) is a memoir/fictional account of primary school teaching in North Yorkshire in the 1970's.It certainly brings to mind the quote in the L.P. Hartley novel 'The Go Between' that 'The past is a foreign country: they do things differently there' and I would also add that the memory views such with rose tinted glasses and can be very selective.We're talking seriously twee here, it's a world that really didn't exist except in our me [...]


    14. This is a funny autobiographical book with in every chapter a funny anecdote. It’s not a long story, but every chapter contains a new event that happened in the school year 1977-1978, when Jack Sheffield was headmaster in a little village school in Ragley, North Yorkshire.After a wile you get to know the staff and some of the parents. There were a few I especially liked. Ruby, the caretaker had her own special way of spelling. I also liked Vera, the secretary and Beth, Mr. Sheffield’s lover. [...]


    15. I read this book as part of the Transworld book group reading challenge 2011. Whildt the first 2 books I read for this challenge justified a full 5 stars and I completely loved them this one failed to impress quite as much and didn't entertain or amuse me as much as I'd anticipated.It's the memoirs of a newly appointed head teacher in the 1970s in rural North Yorkshire, a place not far from where I hail and with which I am familiar and set in an era which I recall well.Written in similar vein to [...]


    16. I read the German version "Unsere kleine Schule"Ein Buch, mit soviel hintergründigem Humor und nostalgischem Charme beschrieben, dass ich an mehreren Stellen laut lachen musste. Jedes Kapitel beginnt in Form eines Tagebucheintrages aus dem realen Dienstbuch einer englischen Grundschule in Yorkshire in den 70er Jahren und wird dann mit den eigenen Worten des damaligen Schulleiters zu einer herrlichen Anekdote aus persönlicher Sicht weiter erzählt. Ein Buch, das beim Lesen Kindheitserinnerungen [...]


    17. Book 2 of the North Worcester Book Club!Easy going and heartwarming! The novel recounts a year in the life of a primary school teacher in Yorkshire during the 70's. This book can be described as a pair of fluffy slippers! The minor characters were well balanced and comical. Although, I found jack himself a little frustrating. This could very possibly be tge age difference between us though! It certainly left me wondering whether his reluctance to act on his relationship was a sign of the times o [...]


    18. Somewhat in the style of James Herriot or Gervase Phinn, this is a fictional account (almost certainly based heavily on personal experience) of a young headmaster in his first year at a small Yorkshire school in the late 1970s. I thought it very well written, giving a great impression of what life was like in a village environment. There are some colourful characters who seem believable, if caricatured, and some delightful children. It's written in the first person, with one or two very funny mo [...]


    19. First book of the series based on Mr Sheffield a teacher in Yorkshire during the first year; set in 1977.Each chapter is a school log book of different days. I had high hopes since I love shows based on school/college life particularly Waterloo Road.Although Jack Sheffield does write well. Some interesting characters just how you would come across in schools. I will not be reading the restRecommend to:Those brought up in Yorkshire/70s and maybe primary school teachers who like the 70s.


    20. This was given to me at Christmas by my Great Nan, as she knew that I wanted to go in to teaching. The book shares the life that surround the village school and what goes on as Sheffield embarks on his first year as headteacher. Each chapter has a new story, almost like a book of short stories, with each one leaving you to want to find out what happens next. I now cant wait to read the next book or get into teaching. It has also inspired me to write my own teaching experiences down as well.


    21. Hmmm. Very disappointing. I guess I’m not arty farty enough to appreciate this book, but I just couldn’t get into it. I persisted through 3/4 of it but found myself always getting sleepy when reading it. The blurb on the back sounded so promising, sure to be hilarious but I just didn’t laugh once. Pages and pages describing one rather uninteresting event was very frustrating. Wouldnt bother with anything else by this author.


    22. I absolutely loved this book - OK, it may not be very original, and there may be autobiographical accounts in the same genre, but for me this book brought back happy memories, as I was in the 4th year of junior school in 1977/78 and I could remember all of the historical events that were written about. I look forward to reading the other books in the series, and hope I enjoy them all as much as this one.


    23. Really enjoyed this story about a Primary school in Yorkshire told through the eyes of the headteacher. Some very funny anecdotes and amusing characters in the book. As a teacher myself I appreciated the funny moments in school life and the children's hilarious spelling mistakes. As some of the chapters were better than others I only gave it four stars. Liked it enough to start reading the second book in the series, Mister,teacher.


    24. I did quite enjoy this but it was a bit too saccharine for my taste. I prefer the Miss Read or Gervaise Phinn. I think I would have liked it better if the book was a memoir rather than a novel.


    25. I enjoyed this hilarious account of a year in the life of a village school. Set in the Yorkshire Dales it is in the style of James Herriott and left me feeling nostalgic about gentler and simpler times.


    26. A light-hearted and enjoyable read. The characters are funny and engaging and there were some laugh out loud moments for me. This is the first book in a chronological series and I will definitely be seeking out the others. I would recommend this book to any teachers



    27. A hilarious account of a year in the life of a village school. Can't wait to get the next book in the series .



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