School Of The Fonz

School children have been banned from putting up their hands in class when answering a question – instead being told to raise a thumb like The Fonz. Pupils at Burlington Junior School in Bridlington, East Yorks, have been asked to adopt the bizarre twist on the traditional act to create a more relaxed classroom. The children – aged eight and nine – have now been told to get the teachers attention by giving a thumbs up while cupping their hand.

School children have been banned from putting up their hands in class when answering a question - instead being told to raise a thumb like The Fonz. Pupils at Burlington Junior School in Bridlington, East Yorks, have been asked to adopt the bizarre twist on the traditional act to create a more relaxed classroom. The children - aged eight and nine - have now been told to get the teachers attention by giving a thumbs up while cupping their hand.

School children have been banned from putting up their hands in class when answering a question - instead being told to raise a thumb like The Fonz. Pupils at Burlington Junior School in Bridlington, East Yorks, have been asked to adopt the bizarre twist on the traditional act to create a more relaxed classroom. The children - aged eight and nine - have now been told to get the teachers attention by giving a thumbs up while cupping their hand.

School children have been banned from putting up their hands in class when answering a question - instead being told to raise a thumb like The Fonz. Pupils at Burlington Junior School in Bridlington, East Yorks, have been asked to adopt the bizarre twist on the traditional act to create a more relaxed classroom. The children - aged eight and nine - have now been told to get the teachers attention by giving a thumbs up while cupping their hand.

School children have been banned from putting up their hands in class when answering a question - instead being told to raise a thumb like The Fonz. Pupils at Burlington Junior School in Bridlington, East Yorks, have been asked to adopt the bizarre twist on the traditional act to create a more relaxed classroom. The children - aged eight and nine - have now been told to get the teachers attention by giving a thumbs up while cupping their hand.