Miss Ingham is an English teacher who left after the 2016/17 school year. The year after, during the Blackpool trip, we saw her again with her new school. She didn't even recognise her old form until she saw her old BRGS colleagues on the trip. For another two years she remained elusive and unseen, before returning again in the 2019/20 school year as an English teacher... again!
She has a number of different themed skirts, perhaps one for every day of the year. These are often matched to the day eg. black cat skirt on Halloween, Mickey Mouse skirts on Paris trip. She has now upped her game even further and has matching masks to her skirts. It is unlikely you will see her wearing the same skirt twice, and it is wondered how large her wardrobe actually is.
Her cats make a cameo appearance almost every google meet (much to each classes' delight).
(Miss Ingham doing an example paragraph on the board)
Miss Ingham: I don’t have a lot of space so instead of typing Animal Farm I’m going to type a.f
Class: (uncontrollable laughing)
Miss: (confused face)
Miss: (realises what she’s done)
Miss: Maybe I’ll just write Animal Farm
“When I was in university I took myself away from Christmas dinner and finished an essay.”
(While telling off a class for wearing hoodies on a -4C day) “Just buy a thermal vest.”
(making the typo ‘Hyde trampled camply…’) “Oh. That’s an unfortunate mistake.”
Student: Miss, in Year 8 I got sent 8 roses
Miss Ingham: Well… be careful you don't peak in high school.
“Since it's World Book Day I'm wearing a book skirt cause… English teacher…”
“If this doesn't work I want to cry a little bit.”
Ingham: do we all prefer writing in here?
Ingham: well, tough.
“I can't believe I have to climb onto a table to flick a meatball off the clock.”
“I was up all night scrolling through English teacher Twitter.”