Sixth Form History - A Crash Course

History Explained

Byford seizes power

1515

Coup d'état as Mr Byford seizes power, helped by Henry VIII

Charles Gladding enrols in Sixth Form

1575

Big Bang

1600

Samuel Pepys Diary

1660

Samuel Pepys' diary describes use of Sixth Form as a refuge from Fire of London

Bill of Rights

1789

Sixth Form recognises students' rights to wear trainers and jeans - soon repealed - and establishes right to silent and group study

Abolition of Wednesday Sports Period

1820

Students emancipated from tiring, sweaty sport on Wednesdays

Oxford Dictionary Amendments

1900

'Silent' redefined as steady level of noise and sporadic whistling.
'Group' defined as location of WWE Smackdown arena

Angel inspires Byford

1930

Angel speaks to Byford, encouraging creation of Study Support Sessions

Sixth Form Moon Landings

1969

Mr Byford propels rocket into space - using only his voice. He mans this flight and reaches moon.

Lord John then Charcoal Grill then Armageddon

05/20/2014