This is his story...
All the power was in my hands, I needed a symbol, a sign of my authority. SO early the next morning I got myself a hexagon and a rod! My beautiful baby. To me it is the most beautiful sound my ears have ever heard, To the rest of the team, let’s just say they have no taste. On my first morning as a timekeeper, I had two shoes and a rock thrown at me: Zac, Ali and Ann respectively but not respectfully.
Every ting of my beautiful bell is met by sighs and groans and a million and one complaints. Which is the exact opposite of what I expected. I thought I’d have more food than everyone else and the kitchen would be my kingdom and that every ring of the bell would be met by smiles and high fives and people would call me 'magnificent master' or ‘Terrific Time-keeper Trev’ instead of ‘Bellringer’.
I intended to go on strike once but I braced myself because I knew deep down that the place would be a mess with no bell to keep my flock in line.
On the bright side it feels quite good to see how much I can help and boss people around. Even though I have to sleep with one eye open to make sure we don’t all oversleep and keep us all on schedule.”
We would like to take this opportunity to thank Trevor for his hard work. He committed a lot of time a resilience to going round site ringing the bell and getting people's attention to help the team keep on schedule. Through this, the volunteer team were able to keep on track and build what they planned to. This meant the deaf students were able to start learning in the school as intended and that the new buildings will soon be suitable for use. May the school continue to grow to best equip these students.
This volunteer team have been working very hard; especially with such a strict Timekeeper. There is a dormitory that still needs walling, why not encourage them and donate via the button below: