By MOSH – The Intake of 2014/15
What will you miss most about SCA?
Georgia – All you guys, all of the mentors and having the creative freedom to come up with whatever we want to.
Clarissa – Ian
Lucy – Late people dancing in the morning. Marc’s awkward pipe smoking silences. Hannah, Honor, Clare, Ian, Marc, Toufic, Jean, Caroline, Pete, Rob Techno Binfield, and all the other lovely people who have looked after me.
Ed – Pervin on gurls.
Marcella – cheap vodka at reflection Friday
Frazer – The point
Nathan – The first half of the year.
Elin – Weeing in the boys toilets.
Hannah – all of you.
Mawby – Making case study videos.
Stephen – Brixton. If it wasn’t for SCA I would never have spent any time there. It is without a doubt one of the most vibrant and creative places in the city. Oh, and Marc’s trousers. Obviously.
Ash – Group SCABs
Mikey – stroking Ian’s fuzzy head. Sigh.
Dounia – The toilets.
J.T. – That preacher outside the train station.
Fiona – Late nights with the gack up in Hootanannys.
Lawrence – All the people. All of them.
Jacqui – Vikki, Caroline, Jean; and anyone else I’ve had to run to for help over the year.
Soren – SCA.
James – Reubens from Rosies
Tom manning – The birds that have nested and grown in my top knot.
Rob – Da peeps, both mentors and fellow inmates
Adam – mojo’s dancing
Charlie – Joel’s dad jokes
Ben – Fellow MOSHers. It’s been without doubt the toughest and most stressful year of my life, but also the most fun. All thanks to the wonderful people I spent it with #wet
Nick – Subtly slipping sharpies slowly in my bum.
Martin – Georgia Horrocks
Zoe – Teddy
Joel – Football and going to Market House on Fridays after school. Ah, good times.
Nina – All of the mentors. And the staff at Greggs.
Annie – Soren
Tom Espezel – Open goals in football on mondays.
Jeremy – Cheap vodka
Edwina – Everyone’s well rested faces in the morning
Marco – I going to miss… when you… look… and… yeah… I know… because thats… what… why… yeah…soon…thanks…
Pugh – 505 Reflection
Teddy – Harsh Patel
Eytan: Coming in expecting Marc to twist our day into something I hadn’t planned.