Complaints to the management, but don't give me a detention please....
I can see you, Lusty, being a middle-row, argumentative type, permanently with his hand up, monopolising the discussions with "superior" knowledge; out "socialising" with the girls at lunch and break times; knowing how to wind up Sluffy sitting directly in front of you...a few sly prods
Bonce would be on the back-row, taking relatively few lessons all that seriously, self-deprecating, but distracting everyone with his mishaps, internet searches and non-school-uniform footwear; the teachers and other pupils love him for his modesty, sense of humour and brightness ....doesn't need to try that hard to get by
Boggers would inevitably be in the isolation room or standing outside the Head's office; (sorry, Boggers!)
Nat would be back-row, but away from Bonce, making fly comments in response to everything, the only one wondering how she managed to find herself in a boys' school; often seen staring idly at teachers' crotches or daydreaming about living a rich, privileged life of luxury
Sluffy, would naturally be at the front, painstakingly taking notes and wishing for more in-depth coverage of subject matter, especially in history, science and economics lessons; arguing endlessly with Lusty (to sighs from the rest of the class), or worrying about his own literacy skills; unlikely to let things drop when he believes he's right, prone to occasional flashes of temper when pushed too far; something of a swat who dislikes being thought of as contrary
TROY would be on the middle row, sitting quietly aghast at injustices perpetrated by teachers, but rousing his energies to make succinct points, especially in politics lessons; also knows that some of his sincerely-held views wind up Sluffy... but has to express them despite himself. He and Sluffy have to be separated at break times.
KP sits by the window on the back row; he has his mind on other things, usually which girls might be the subject of his attentions at lunchtime, but has natural talent in I.T.; loves his music but is mocked for his taste
Glos is a bit of an unknown and unknowable quantity, another middle-row fairly attentive type, more studious than Norpig who sees a role for his big heart in the outside world after his school days are over; a genuine trier and carer
Me....shy in class so tries to hide on the back row but gets into trouble for chatting with Bonce and playing Owzat in physics lessons; loves English and languages; in awe of the power of literature and music to create beauty; comes alive in sports lessons which are his forte and help form his main friendships. Hopeless at maths and science and clearly not interested. Thinks he will never use a lot of what is taught in school