BIRMINGHAM - In the face of Cameron's cultural directive, Big Society, a group of pupils at a local secondary school have taken charge of thier class.
Big Society is allowing volunteers to run certain things that local councils or the government would. These disruptive pupils have decided to take control of thier classroom.
"Uhhh..." said Cameron, "it's not what I had in mind. But it's a baby step."
Already the class has been subject to a change in the school curriculum, with 'paying me luch money' first, and 'why I'm the greatest' second. The previous teacher has assumed obserber postion.
"I didn't want to," said Mrs. Brownside, "but he forced me. Said he'd get Cameron on me for not following BS."
Already other groups who wouldn't nessecarily be part of society have rejoined. Prisioners have decided to run prisons and convicted pedaephiles to run SureStart centres.
"Everyone... uhh.... somehow wins?" said Cameron. "Right?"
By Educashun Corriespundint Fred Turner, because Inhopeless won't sign off using his name.