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  The day, October the 15th  was the day I will never forget in my life because it was the day that I was to start Allerton Grange High School. I could not close my eyes and lay my mind at rest the night before because my head was full of questions on what the school would be like. Would I fit in? Would people accept me? Would I have good friends like I had in my old school? Before long everything went dead and I was fast asleep.  

   I woke up the following day quiet early and jetted out of bed. Still sleepy

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Middle

  The first lesson I had was French. It was a horrible because everyone was staring at me as if I had a big mole on my face, but the loneliest part was at break when I was standing all

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Conclusion

  That night, I kept getting out of bed because my eyes were dry and I couldn’t sleep because I kept thinking about my first day at Allerton Grange High School. At that moment, I received a phone call on my mobile phone and it was Vince and he said that he could be my tour guide and show me the whole school from A block to M block. We chatted for a while and then he said that he had to go. After I received that call, I had high hopes that my next day at school would be an exciting and a wonderful one. I then went to bed in high sprits.  

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