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Early memories - Looking back at my school years nothing really seems to be of importance until I reached middle school.

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Early memories Looking back at my school years nothing really seems to be of importance until I reached middle school, I don't remember my first morning and the build up to the new school but I do remember my first after noon, I sat at my table which was much bigger than I was used to. A friend from Barnwood my previous school was to my right his name was Darren Gay there are two reasons why he sticks in my mind; one his surname and two when he worked his tongue would allays hang out I don't know why this was but he always did it. I remember finishing my hand writing practice quickly and due to me being left handed and writing with a new fountain pen I left a blue smudge across the page this was to become one of my trade marks over the years looking around the class I saw that I was the first to finish and so I jumped up from my chair and said "Ha ha! I finessed first I get first pick!" ...read more.


The playground was a vast area to me many of the year group stayed paired up with a friend from primary school, the older year fours ran around in big groups and terrorised us until we decided to "group up." Myself and Darren joined a group of twenty other boys all from different classes there was anther group witch had been formed also of twenty boys, For the next few weeks the two new groups or gangs as we now called them called suit to the year four and picked on the year three's who were foolish enough not to join a gang, our gang's meeting area was an old oak tree and from across the playground we could see the other gang dominating the Wendy house area and all was well until one lunch time Darren came running to the tree and said "boys from the other gang had picked on him and threatened him so all of our Gang marched over to the Wendy house to ask what was going on, this led to everyone arguing and soon a huge ...read more.


she rested on her nose, she was also known for being the teacher who constructed the huge art displays every one had something good to say about Mrs Fordyce. She was also the reason why I liked school for a period of time Mrs Fordyce took us on adventures with the roman armies and explored the ancient Egyptians tombs and places she even took us into battle with queen bodacia every lesson was different its own special memory, for instance when she brought in a real poacher to read us Danny the Champion of the World or the time she bought Jim in who was a naval officer who told of the time he served in Egypt Mrs Fordyce Even got me a part in the nativity play witch mum dragged the whole family to see and every time I came on to the stage there was a cheer from the back corner coming from the men of the going family. I loved year four mainly because of Mrs Fordyce and there will always be a place in my memory for her. ...read more.

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