The origin of this strip goes like this:

The Liverpool Echo, and by extension Trinity Mirror, signed up to this new government scheme called Business In The Community (BITC), the program bridges the gap between school and employment (but I’m sure they can explain it better than I can). Long story short, this meant that for three weeks students from Archbishop Beck High School worked with us to show them some hands on work experience and if I was to be honest it was pretty fun.

The student’s were great to work with, our regular week was completely different and above all else rewarding. But the youthful energy doesn’t half take it’s toll. Regardless I’d do it all again.

If any of you guys read this, make sure you keep in touch.


  • Amy Teasdale

    I looveddd thiss week soo muchh !! DEVIL HORNSS!!! wishh we couldd come back ! thankyou to everyyone whoo was involvedd for makingg it amazing ! :’) ?

  • Emily Atkinson

    This is hysterical :’) I had such an amazing time and hoenstly didn’t want to leave- none of us did :(

    • Anonymous

      Glad you enjoyed it. I’m sure we’ll cross paths in the future.

  • David Brookes

    “But the youthful energy doesn’t half take it’s toll. Regardless I’d do it all again.” I couldn’t agree with this anymore.. I have had to check into rehab after the 3 weeks..

    Only messing.. I had a great 3 weeks, wish I could go back to school!

    • Anonymous

      Didn’t you get the memo? We are going to Archbishop Beck’s for 3 weeks.

      • David Brookes

        I can’t wait.. I still have my uniform

        • Anonymous


  • Georgia

    Devil Horns :D That is so funny :’)
    Ilan it was an amazing week, we all loved it there. I didn’t want to leave :’)

    • Anonymous

      It’s so quiet without you guys around. Either you come back or we’re getting a jukebox.


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