Dr Heaton is a chemistry teacher. He rose to fame after his assembly all about Peppa Pig World. Despite living in Lancashire, he is a true Yorkshire man at heart. He is also 16N's form tutor. Would like to point out he is Head of Chemistry and was not chuffed with our (accidental) demotion in his wiki category. He's so devoted to chemistry in fact that one of his children has been blessed with the middle name Avogadro (although this has now confirmed to be urban myth), and their first and last initial are PH (as in pH).
Thinks concrete is neat.
Dr Heaton shares more than a passing resemblance to Mark from the 2020 Sewing Bee (see right hand side).
Not only this, but it is possible he has been sighted at Yarndale (a knitting and sewing festival in Skipton) although this is yet to be confirmed...
|Chem Teacher||Do they like free science guy?|
Since there is no logical reason to hate on the man, the myth, the legend Shaun Donnelly, it can only be concluded Dr Heaton is heading for competition with the free science lessons youtube (and from our perspective is definitely heading there). All he needs now is to step up his green screen skills and we'll make a famous YouTuber out of him yet. We are yet to find out where the other chemistry teachers stand on the free science lessons guy…
Managed to break the board multiple times in one lesson simply trying to get up one question he could have written on the board 20 times over in the time taken to get it fixed* (*if fixed means just moving to the next classroom over until that one breaks).
Some iconic quotes from this strife with the whiteboard(s) include:
Student: Sir, have you seen the freesciencelessons person cut-out in Room 1?
Dr Heaton: I have. Each lesson I have 10 different students asking me who he is and each time I need to explain. I'll just be stood there teaching, then I'll turn around and see his smug face. He won't be there for long. I know Mrs Wharmby teaches in there most but that doesn't make it her classroom - I might have to buy a shower curtain to put over it.
“Does anyone know what this molecule is? No? You put it in your car as a fuel and then burn it and then worry about contributing to our rapidly decaying planet.”
Doc Heat: The acronym for this NOF although it should really be NuhHuh OhHuh FuhHuh (NHOHFH)
Student: are you having a stroke, sir?
Doc Heat: I might be stressed but I’m not that stressed.
”Are we all happy? Can I move on? Well we don’t need to be happy - just understanding the answer. Being happy isn’t a requirement to move onto the next part of the lesson… Although it would be nice if you were happy - I’m not saying don’t be happy. Please be happy.”
“Hello children, what's 4 - 2?”
Student: Is there a reason why electrons go around in pairs?
Dr Heaton: Yeah probably.
“We all just love a bit of ammonia.”
“You probably don't care but I'm going to tell you anyway.”
contrasted by “You don't need to know this so I'm not going to tell you.”
“If you aren't paying attention right now I hope something mildly inconvenient happens to you.”
“Like and subscribe and all that.”
"I'm glad to see so many true fans in this class." (His chemistry lockdown videos)
Mrs Stevenson-Jones: (From across balcony) Never gonna give you up... Never gonna let you down...
Dr Heaton: (Forced laughter masked by a look of pure unbridled rage)
"If you ever go to Peppa Pig World don't forget to bring homemade sandwiches."
"And I had to face the stuff of nightmares... Peppa Pig World!"
"Like my videos, subscribe and all that stuff."
(On video in assembly) "Say 'I love Yorkshire!'"
His kid: ..NO.
"Oh I'm just going to drive the opposite way. Take that, Sat Nav."