This half term, as well as their ukulele lessons, Year 9 pupils have been changing the lyrics to the iconic song ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ by Queen.

There were some brilliant lyrics written and topics included; Fortnite, takeaway food, lockdown, school and even going to the pub! There were winners in each class and an overall winner across the year group.

Well done to Luci Lock, Tianna Kingdon, Lola Dyer, Baoanh Nguyen, Casey Jones, Rebecca Tang, Khenza Yazid, Emma Burse Johnson, Sam West, Joshua Huddlestone, Zak Tinsley, Ben Hoare and Charlie Crane.

The overall Year 9 winners were Caitlin Cummings and Jessica Cloake. Here is part of their winning entry – sing along if you know the tune!

‘Bohemian Rhapsody’

Re written by Caitlin Cummings and Jessica Cloake, Year 9

I’m just a smart child, no need to teach me

He’s just a smart child no need to teach him,

Spare him his life from this horrible work

Easy come easy go, this work is easy

Triangles! No it’s not that easy – it’s so easy!

Triangles! No it’s not that easy – it’s so easy!

Triangles! No it’s not that easy – it’s so easy!

It’s not that easy!

Never make me work

No, no, no, no, no, no, no,

Mr Mrs, Mr Mrs, Mr Mrs, let me go

Beelzebub has a piece of work set for me

For me!

For me!


So you think you can set loads of work for me

So you think you can give me homework

Oh Mr, Can’t do this to me Mr!

Just gotta get out, just gotta get right outta here!


Posted on: 18/12/2020