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    My schools vle has updated with my timetable for this week which is Wednesday Thursday Friday and here's what it looks like so farName:  ImageUploadedByStudent Room1377992039.785941.jpg
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    (Original post by Lucas.)



    Norwich. Well, I live quite a few miles outside of Norwich, but I have to write Norwich in my address..



    Yeah, I reckon it'll be something like that.
    From the two people who replied you guys live pretty far .. wasn't expecting that if I'm honest
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    (Original post by sarahiscool)
    Happy September guys ahhh school in 8 days
    8 Days?! Wow you start really late .. I start on Thursday :awesome::ahee:
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    (Original post by KirenA)
    From the two people who replied you guys live pretty far .. wasn't expecting that if I'm honest
    Essex isn't that far away.

    My dad can make it from Norwich to Stansted in 1 hour 20 minutes.
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    My schools vle has updated with my timetable for this week which is Wednesday Thursday Friday and here's what it looks like so farName:  ImageUploadedByStudent Room1377992039.785941.jpg
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    My timetable is on the college VLE but I have to log on at college before I can log on at home. :mad:
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    (Original post by Lucas.)
    Essex isn't that far away.

    My dad can make it from Norwich to Stansted in 1 hour 20 minutes.
    I can just about stand being in the car for about half an hour .. 1 hour and 20 minutes means very far for me :')
    Ah just letting you know I'm not one of those bright orange girls with a horrible accent :') I can't stand Essex accents ah some of my teachers have Essex accents :hmmm:
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    (Original post by KirenA)
    I live in Essex
    Shutaaaaaap reallyyyy?? xD and to the other message, Essex isn't that far? Now Newcastle, that's far!

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    Happened across this thread accidentally. Now I'm scared. Thanks guys. :afraid:

    We start on the 4th in my school. Sounds like they'll be throwing us in the deep end from the offset. I plan to do work experience every weekday for 2-3 hours after school throughout the year, all day Saturdays and on Sunday afternoons to top it off. God knows when I'll be able to do my school work. What have we gotten ourselves into?

    So, did you all choose a college or a 6th Form? And why? A lot of my friends chose colleges, but I stayed in my school's 6th Form, so I don't really understand the appeal. *forgive my ignorance!*
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    (Original post by Lucas.)
    My timetable is on the college VLE but I have to log on at college before I can log on at home. :mad:
    My Thursday is such a good day omg


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    (Original post by Glitch96)
    Shutaaaaaap reallyyyy?? xD and to the other message, Essex isn't that far? Now Newcastle, that's far!

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    :sigh: really?
    Newcastle isn't beyond far! But places like Bath and Norwich are quite far in my opinion :') but places like Newcastle Manchester Leeds etc etc are just tooooooo far
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    (Original post by KirenA)
    I can just about stand being in the car for about half an hour .. 1 hour and 20 minutes means very far for me :')
    Ah just letting you know I'm not one of those bright orange girls with a horrible accent :') I can't stand Essex accents ah some of my teachers have Essex accents :hmmm:
    Essex accents are horrible... But then again, so are Norfolk ones...



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    If you can understand everything this man said, I applaud you.
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    (Original post by Lucas.)
    Essex accents are horrible... But then again, so are Norfolk ones...



    Skip to 0:18.

    If you can understand everything this man said, I applaud you.
    Ahaha oh wow I don't know if this is the right accent I'm referring to but it sounded sort of cockney with a hint of a proppa scouse accent :')
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    (Original post by KirenA)
    8 Days?! Wow you start really late .. I start on Thursday :awesome::ahee:
    I think we only start that late cause of the jewish holidays ... which is weird as my school is not a jewish school
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    (Original post by KirenA)
    Ahaha oh wow I don't know if this is the right accent I'm referring to but it sounded sort of cockney with a hint of a proppa scouse accent :')
    Welcome to the Year 12 thread!
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    (Original post by KirenA)
    Ahaha oh wow I don't know if this is the right accent I'm referring to but it sounded sort of cockney with a hint of a proppa scouse accent :')
    ...the Norfolk accent is nothing like that at all. :laugh:
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    (Original post by Lucas.)
    ...the Norfolk accent is nothing like that at all. :laugh:
    Then I'm not even sure what accent it sounds similar to :')

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    Three cheers for starting on the 5th and missing enrollment!

    is it three cheers, or free cheers? :confused:

    (Original post by KirenA)
    :sigh: really?
    Newcastle isn't beyond far! But places like Bath and Norwich are quite far in my opinion :') but places like Newcastle Manchester Leeds etc etc are just tooooooo far
    xD sorry, there was someone with an essex accent who was at my school and was like an orange peel with a lower IQ, could make any dull day hilarious

    Tbh i complain about going to Bristol and it's only 20 mins on the motorway, but try 4 hours in the car to the north with your parents jazz music, now that's painful! and to think the destination didn't even have internet...

    (Original post by Lucas.)
    Essex accents are horrible... But then again, so are Norfolk ones...



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    If you can understand everything this man said, I applaud you.
    I can understand most of it.... lmao too funny
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    (Original post by Glitch96)
    I can understand most of it.... lmao too funny
    I hate living here.

    Luckily my accent doesn't sound like that.. I don't really have an accent.

    http://vine.co/v/hiQnO5P77U6

    There's one of my Vines.. I'm the one speaking.. (you get to see me for a bit too...) That's what my accent sounds like.

    I'm on top of this massive hill in Norwich just outside the city centre and you get an amazing view of the city.. I'll post a picture after this post with the view. It's so nice.
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    In my Vine in the my previous post, this is what the view looks like.

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    (Original post by SimpleSomething)
    Happened across this thread accidentally. Now I'm scared. Thanks guys. :afraid:

    We start on the 4th in my school. Sounds like they'll be throwing us in the deep end from the offset. I plan to do work experience every weekday for 2-3 hours after school throughout the year, all day Saturdays and on Sunday afternoons to top it off. God knows when I'll be able to do my school work. What have we gotten ourselves into?

    So, did you all choose a college or a 6th Form? And why? A lot of my friends chose colleges, but I stayed in my school's 6th Form, so I don't really understand the appeal. *forgive my ignorance!*
    Don't be scared Glitchy's here! (then again that might be why you're scared xD)

    I'm sure it'll be fine, no way is everyone going to have their heads in their books from the get go and the teachers will know that, hopefully. Nice what kind of work experience? I did a bit here and there in a lawfirm myself, was interesting see how intense the work is for some lawyers. It'll all pay off when we get ourselves good jobs! We just have to stagger the workload, no last minute cramming and all will be good

    I though sixth forms were for the usual A level options and colleges were for the less academically intense subjects, but Lucas is doing A levels in a college according to him, so i guess the names are interchangable? in the US unis are called colleges too, confusing! I'm staying in my schools sixth form too, no need to move and i know my way around the campus and all my irl friends will be there too.

    (Original post by Lucas.)
    I hate living here.

    Luckily my accent doesn't sound like that.. I don't really have an accent.

    http://vine.co/v/hiQnO5P77U6

    There's one of my Vines.. I'm the one speaking.. (you get to see me for a bit too...) That's what my accent sounds like.

    I'm on top of this massive hill in Norwich just outside the city centre and you get an amazing view of the city.. I'll post a picture after this post with the view. It's so nice.
    NOT THOSE FRIGGING VINES VIDEOS THEY SPAM MY FACEBOOK

    *breath*.... haha you and your accent are cool
 
 
 
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