Two Mr Ps in a Pod(Cast)
Two teachers sharing funny stories from the classroom.Welcome to the Two Mr Ps in a Pod(Cast) website! A podcast which shares all the funny and hilarious stories from the classroom. Mr P (ICT_MrP) and his younger brother Mr P, both working in the classroom, share your funny stories about life in school.We want to hear your confessions, stories and experiences whether you are a teacher, teaching assistant, student or caretaker.Everyone has been to school so everyone has a special memory or story about their experience and we want to hear it! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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