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This kid named Tye took off all his clothes and came and sat in the middle when we were having circle time.... I can still see the way his bowl cut flopped as the teacher dragged him away...
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I remember my P1 induction day. I coloured in a picture of the letter C. It had a tail and I think a face, IIRC.

If we can include nursery it was watching my friend pulling her pants down and running to the bathroom with them around her ankles in front of everyone. It's still my favourite story to embarrass her with even to this day. It's been 22yrs since then. :lol:
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breaking a bone near my shoulder in reception when someone pushed me off a little stool
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got my name put on an amber light in reception which meant i couldn't have a biscuit. the teacher handed them out to everyone except me and i ended up having a massive sulk and tantrum.
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My first memory was me standing in a preschool, near a wall and not really wanting to talk to anyone. I think I was in preschool for quite a while then and almost all of the time that I was in preschool, I didn't speak as I was really shy.

The first word I said (more like shouted out), was monkey and that was when asked about what my favourite animal was. Many kids that I know today, still remember this moment.
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In Nursery School I was painting in the second room.

When I was in P1 I was crying in the cloakroon while holding a killer whale toy and a women sholder length with brown hair was comforting me.
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I walked into my class and was told to hop on a computer to play games! Greatest start to school ever hahaha!
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My first memory is pissing my pants in nursery and being sent home.
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(Original post by CoolCavy)
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We all have to go to school (unfortunately :sad: or fortunately :dance: depending on your viewpoint).
As we begin school quite young TSR is asking, what was your first memory of school?

Whether it was a funny :toofunny:, positive :bumps: or negative :console: memory, feel free to share it here :woo:

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Probably in nursery and I am NOT lying...its like this picture in my mind where my nursery school teacher (Miss summers- yes lol this was her name) was standing up in a yellow t-shirt and facing us. And another one is me sitting on santa's lap in nursery even though it was my headteacher lol (still have a pic of that)
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I was 5 and the day before I had Singapore noodles for supper from M&S. Felt slightly queasy the next day on the way to school And the next thing was me vomiting across the hallway so Mrs Jones sent me back home with a tea towel.

[quote(Original post by CoolCavy)]This is a Golden Thread. Join in with this discussion before 31st August 2018 to be in with a chance of winning a £250 Amazon voucher and other prizes :king1:

We all have to go to school (unfortunately :sad: or fortunately :dance: depending on your viewpoint).
As we begin school quite young TSR is asking, what was your first memory of school?

Whether it was a funny :toofunny:, positive :bumps: or negative :console: memory, feel free to share it here :woo:

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I remember being told off for saying something to another girl. I went and said sorry and got a sticker that said ‘Superstar!’ - that’s nursery in a nutshell.
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Not talking through my entire first day.
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On my first day of primary school, I remember my parents taking photos of me in the garden. Then when we got to school and it was time to leave my parents, I was in tears.
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Being left at Nursery and I was crying as my mother walked away :-(
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I remember being reluctant to leave my mum, and taking off my 'outdoor' shoes and putting on my 'indoor' shoes at the shoe rack with the other kids. I then went to the toilet on my own and came back to watching my mum just almost slipping out of sight down the long corridor and then feeling abandoned and then bursting into tears as my teacher took me by the hand and yelled to my mum (who had turned around hearing all the noise) "don't worry just go, she'll be fine!" and thats all i can remember lol
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Probably putting crisps in my sandwiches and having everyone look at me like I was insane
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First memory of school was building Jenga towers!
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I only remember the classroom...
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We had a day in nursery where everyone had to bring in their bikes and we would be cycling around in the playground. I remember only crashing my bike, even with stabilisers on. I found it quite funny.
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Watching a large storage area just off from the gym getting converted into a computer room, and the school getting its first computers installed. Yep, I'm old ^.^
My school had computers when I joined, but only two in the whole school (which bizarrely were allocated to years 3 & 4, not sure of the reasoning behind that when even the headteacher didn't have one at that point).

When I was in y4 they changed one of the classrooms into what was called "The Computer Suite" and it was just amazing. They had a Smart Board which I thought was magic, and 20 computers which we used quite regularly.
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