Sixth-Form Discipline by Jane FairweatherEight short stories in which misbehaving English Sixth Form naughty schoolgirls find themselves bare bottom on the receiving end of the dreaded cane or discipline slipper.
This book contains eight short stories in which misbehaving English Sixth Form schoolgirls find themselves on the receiving end of the dreaded cane or slipper.
Kay’s Birthday: On her eighteenth birthday the normally very naughty Kay finds herself in the headmistress’ study for something which was a genuine accident.
The Witness: Ursula is a mistress at a boarding school which has recently admitted girls to its Sixth Form. She is very much against corporal punishment, at least until one of her favourite girls is about to be expelled for a particularly serious breach of school rules…
An Unlikely Alliance: When Valerie tries out for the netball team at her new school, a fight with one of the other players ensues and Valerie and her adversary find themselves before the headmistress.
Not Nice: Jane Swift, a Latin teacher at a mixed grammar school, finds herself involved in the disciplining of some very naughty senior girls.
One of Those Days: Two Sixth Form girls try to skip out of school on a very hot summer day, only to be caught and very firmly slippered by the headmistress.
The Mouse and the Slipper: Two Upper Sixth Form girls have failed important mock exams. The headmistress plans to cane them, but their teacher asks to slipper them herself in order to establish her authority.
The Oak Tree: Anne and Julia are snitched on by Imogen, and their house mistress comes to catch them smoking just as they are experimenting with sex. The consequences are severe, although they are at least spared being sent to the headmistress and expelled.
A Good Moral Influence: Imogen is in high favour with her house mistress for reporting the behaviour of Anne and Julia in the previous story. However, Imogen becomes worried that caning Anne and Julia was beyond the house mistress’s powers and Imogen foolishly reports her to the headmistress, who is not amused.
Publisher’s Note: While the stories in this book share a school setting, it is made clear in all of them that the characters are over the age of eighteen. In addition to realistic depictions of corporal punishment as it was used in English schools in past years, some of the stories also include sexual elements.
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