Mrs Sawle is a maths teacher well known for her short - often purple or red - dyed hair. Her classroom is C114.
Mrs Sawle is in fact a very strange lady and has whenever she comes up in conversation with other people everyone seems to have a different story about her - including the fact she has a donkey, bow and arrow, bouncy castle, and one teacher even swears she said she had a lift.
She will also use an iPad to choose her victims and sadly Siri can't pronounce any names, so we are all left confused.
After explaining things she says 'Yes?' but no one is really sure if it is a question or not and therefore everyone just nods a little bit in a very scared manner. Her maths lessons also often make use of the Pirate Game.
If you are on a school trip and Mrs Sawle is your group leader, be prepared! You will get woken up at 6:45 sharp by what sounds like someone trying to smash the door down.
She once sent a team out for getting 10 out of 10 on some rounds on the maths Christmas quiz because she thought they were cheating.
One certain Year 7 (now Year 9) maths class who had Mrs Sawle had a Whatsapp group chat (with most of the class in it) and one bright spark decided to change the name and icon to Mrs Sawle, of course they all thought nothing of it...
A little while later in a maths lesson with Mrs Sawle one poor soul had to go to the bathroom and was told to leave their phone on the desk. Whilst they were gone, Mrs Sawle saw that notifications were coming in from 'Mrs Sawle'! Puzzled, she jokingly said 'Ahaha why am I sending messages to this person's phone?', and not soon later the whole story was uncovered and the Whatsapp group was torn apart, everyone who was saved as a contact in the person's phone was given a penalty point or two, and Mrs Sawle has never looked at the maths set the same since...
“You know where I went over lockdown? Healey Dell. Like it’s actually proper beautiful - it’d be a popular tourist site if it wasn’t in Rochdale.”
“Don't worry I'm not gonna mark you as late because I don't actually know how to do that.”
“I was scared I was gonna get stopped and someone was gonna ask me where I lived. To be totally honest I was just going to make up some address in Bacup.”
“You can tell Mr Wilbraham hasn't been in this room.” (gestures to sheets all over the floor)
Student: Miss, I'm doing A-level maths!
Mrs S: Ugh brilliant… Oh I mean ah brilliant!
(Walks into C114 full of Year 11s awaiting a physics lessons) “OI! IF YOU'RE NOT IN MY CLASS GET OUT.” (upon realising she was in fact in the wrong classroom, she quickly made a hasty escape)
"If you don't annoy me, I won't annoy you."
"AUGHH ITS BUZZING HOW DO I MAKE IT STOP BUZZING."
"Haha why is there a notification from 'Mrs Sawle' on here?"
"Have you and other people been saying stuff about me??"
Student: Miss I remember last year when you said you'd want to be a dog walker.
Mrs Sawle: I said I wanted to be a dog walker? Haha why on earth would I say that?? I'm so dumb I hate dogs! They're the worst, honestly.
"GIRLS IF YOU MENTION A MICROWAVE ONE MORE TIME BEFORE I HAVE HAD ANY PROPER SLEEP I CAN BE VERY UNPLEASANT."
"I'm worried about you."
"Get off the tables!"
"I'LL HUNT YOU DOWN."
"You like e-sports? I can't even play Subway Surf! I tried playing it and I just didn't get it! (starts waving hands around frantically) I was all 'AGHH WHY IS SOMEBODY CHASING ME' and then I died!"
"You guys know how its Valentine's Day? Well I wanted my husband to bring some flowers or something and have them waiting for me here at work. You know what he got me? A sticker on my phone. It says 'Happy Valentine's Day'.
"Oh don't worry if I start beeping."