Updated: Aug 5
Titanium Tutors tries its hand at a little political satire!
🎤🎄 It's beginning to look a lot like BreXmas. Talks were awful slow. Take a look at our great Big Ben;
We'll make our own laws again; Just count the days, in March we'll get to go!
It's beginning to look a lot like BreXmas. Toys now cost much more. The economy might not be
Quite what it used to be — Now I'm not so sure...
"Take control of our borders and stop taking orders" Was the wish of Johnson and May. But now they can see just how hard it will be When the doctors don't want to stay! And if we vote again, then do our problems go away?
It's beginning to look a lot like BreXmas. What a horror show! We can leave with a rubbish deal
(The backstop idea's unreal...) Or walk away, but how's that gonna go?
It's beginning to look a lot like BreXmas. Soon we will depart. And the thing that just makes it worse Is we voted for this curse, From the very start!
It's beginning to look a lot like BreXmas. Who knows what's in store? How illusion and fantasy
Have misguided you and me — Now we know the score. Let's have Brexit no more! 🎤🎄
We're giving away a special prize for the best video version of our BreXmas Parody Song, so why not record one and post it in the comments of our Facebook post? We found a YouTube karaoke backing track you can use (if you share your video elsewhere, we ask that you credit Tracks Planet Karaoke and Titanium Tutors).
Blog Post Crafted by Joe
Subjects Taught: Latin, Ancient Greek
Background: Joe Hytner owns and runs Titanium Tutors, managing our assessors and staff. Joe graduated from King’s College, Cambridge in 2009 with a degree in Classics and then trained as a teacher at Queens’ College, Cambridge, graduating in 2010. Whilst setting up Titanium Tutors he taught Latin on a part-time basis in three schools — Parkside Federation, Impington Village College and South Lee School (where he started up the Latin department from scratch). Joe has also taught Latin and Ancient Greek to numerous Cambridge University undergraduates.
Fun Fact: Joe has read Harry Potter in Latin from cover to cover.