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    Hi,

    I'm starting a PGCE course in September so I'm trying to get hold of all the useful things I'll need before then. One bit has me a little stuck though. I want a bag that's big enough to take a folder or two, but is suitable for a teacher. I think a rucksack is a little bit too much like a student's bag so I'm looking for something a little bit more adult than that. I was wondering if anyone had any ideas or suggestions that might help? What kind of bags did you use whilst training or teaching?
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    I'm doing a PGCE in September too, & havent even thought about this!! What about a cute satchel? Asos have some gorge ones: http://www.asos.com/search/pgeSearch...=Rf-700%3D1000
    I'm probs gonna have a bigish bag and lots of plastic bags! x
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    This bag is full of want;

    http://www.fiorelli.com/product/skye-laptop-bag


    It's actually quite big - could fit a laptop and a folder in easily
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    I'm going to use a holland and barrett shopping bag. Also, since I'll be travelling 2 hrs every day and probably staying in the library/starbucks and carrying around books I have a trolley that doubled as a bag you can just carry. It has Hangeul (Korean writing) on it and although it's not all grammatically correct it's still cute~
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    Thanks for the suggestions. I quite like the satchel idea, I'll have to go have a hunt about!

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