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    Yesterday was my final day at school since it only goes up to 16. It was so sad! I've been there since year 1 and had 11 fantastic years there, and i couldn't believe there would be that day. I had to do my Headboy speech which was so emotional and i nearly starting crying(it may sound really puffy, but when you've been there for so long in such a small school and has experienced everything, it's so emotional!) and the teachers started crying. I still can't believe i've finished there. i've enjoyed every minute, and what made it more emotuional was when i finished my speech and everyone just cheered and went wild-it really got to me and i couldn' believe it, and on top of that my Headmaster was retiring and my music teacher who was more like a friend was leaving aswell to Southampton - it was horrible, and knowing that you won't see some friends again and having t shirts signed really got to me!
    Anyway, i just thought i would share my views! Has anyone else had an experience like this?

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    no. yours sounds great though. :rolleyes:
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    nah i havent either.......even though on my last day of school we had a gas scare still cool though:p: xoxo
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    Your school sounds great, like one big happy community In our school the teachers do their jobs and the students do theirs. I get on with 2 or 3 teachers very well but other than that....

    I still have 2 more yrs left to do A levels. head boy the school will love for you to visit and attend sports days etc
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    Yes, mine sounds like yours...I had my last day too, except i'm finished completely...I've been there seven years. A lot of people were crying, my eyes welled up with tears but i didn't actually cry. It didn't feel real, it just feels like i'm going to go back there in September. I think it hit me a bit more today when i had to say goodbye to one of my friends, because he lives an hour and a half away or so i'm not gonna see him as much as my other friends and i think thats when it hit me.

    Its so sad, i'm looking forward to going to uni but its sad to leave such familiar surroundings and faces... I don't think its quite hit me yet though...
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    lol your day sounds exactly like when i left primary school i'd been there since i was 2, so it was still like 9yrs i'd been there, i mine was a small school too with 115 in the whole school and it was so weird coz as head boy i made sure i knew everyones name and i did that was a really sad day for me. omg i'm on itunes and a really good song to symbol this has just started No Yesterdays-Jason Mraz wow!

    it feels weird to leave a big part of your life doesnt it, i bet one of your first memories are first day of school or something like that rite? arrr man youve made me get emotional at 230am lol
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    I didn't get to experience this (which I'm glad of) as my school has a 6th form too, but it was weird having to say goodbye to the small number of people who are going elsewhere next year.
 
 
 

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