Secondary school, 1998 to 2004. I remember some cars but not much else I was taught there. The technology dept had the most interesting stuff.
Mr Boulter (tech): Riley RM
Mr Barnaby (tech): VW Scirocco and then a Corrado
Mr Scott (electronics): Saab 900 cabrio
Mr Lambrechts (computing, with a shiny bald head): even shinier white Ford Probe
Mrs Roberts (later computing teacher): Ford Galaxy but occasionally hubby's Alfa 75
Mrs Sloss (home economics): Daihatsu Move (which constantly had the piss taken out of it for looking stupid)
A few others I recall:
Ms Galloway (head): shonky pogweaseled Merc 190
Mr Wilson (rugby-playing PE teacher all the girls fancied): green Metro GTa
Mr Porteous or 'Porkyarse' (big black PE teacher): white pov-spec Pug 205
Miss Williams (head of PE, very butch and looked like David Bowie!): grey Escort XR3i
Mrs Lawrence (maths): white Volvo 240 estate
Mrs Robinson (biology): Mk2 Astra 'Tiffany' edition
Mrs Guiver (English): Toyota Carina. Her son was in my class and learned to drive in the Carina.
Mr Darcy (business teacher who once famously found a baby in a bin!): Renault 21 Monaco
Mr Kasold (big bearded American guy who taught English - yes really): doom blue Mk3 Fiesta
Mr Hill (physics): JRG Pug 306 Sedan. I liked his classes - he was the exam officer and a heavy smoker so he taught exactly what was needed to pass the exam and nothing else and then went out for a long fag break.
Mr Ware (physics/geology): never had a car and rode a big BMW motorbike. Lived alone and there were persistent rumours he was gay that I never really understood - he left to become housemaster at a boys' boarding school so seems unlikely to me.
Something else interesting about Mr Ware - we went on a geology field trip to his parents' farmhouse in the wilds of Wales and his dad was restoring a big old Bedford 4x4 lorry, which was awesome.