in which habitat is revealed easily as the teachers were the invites to the city and the pupils were the locals born. The pupils and the teacher of the progress class have a great time on the beach whilst one of the fellow students goes missing. Too this Carol simply replies, "Don't be friggin' stupid. In my opinion education is trying to be safe but instead putting teachers off going on school trips. We're here for at least another hour. The progress class, a class for illiterate children, are on a trip to Wales where the liberal Mrs Kay and the strict Mr Briggs have completely different ideas about the day should be organised. Mrs Kay and Mr Briggs have two distinct personalities that clash frequently throughout the play and Willie Russell presents both in an interesting and comical way in his drama.
On the one hand Mrs Kay knows that the pupils are unfortunate in school as this reflects their social life, their surroundings and the environment they live. At the fair he starts to have fun with the children and most are astounded at his attitude change I didnt know you was like that, sir. She genuinely cares for the children and wants them to have an enjoyable day out to assuage the social injustice that they find themselves up against. This shows just how poor the children are their best clothes are their school uniform. He's goin' with Miss. He also then roared, 'Get to the front!' We could consider that iggs is just making sure the children don't misbehave themselves and so they won't get hurt if the coach unexpectedly stops or crashes. This is a bad example of just how deprived some of these children are. Carol gets more sympathy than any one other character.
This is sad but quite true the kids aren't even given a chance to disprove the council or whoever would give them things because they were stereotyped before birth and don't get nice things to treasure and gain memories for when they are older. Almost forgotten, the play is about a progress class going on a so-called exciting trip to Wales. After reading the novel, there are 2 main characters that in the play are really extraordinary. Mr Briggs says this and it sums up exactly what Mrs Kay is like and her attitude to the children. Briggs catches Andrews smoking soon after and starts to talk about it with him, he asks what his mum thinks, to which the boy replies; "Sir, Sir, me mum says nott'n about it but when me dad comes home, sir, he belts. I didnt think the kids who came to you would be too interested in animals.
Essay on our day out by willy russell