Do you remember your very first day at school?

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monkeydoodle95
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What sticks out in your mind the most about that day?
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my first day in school when i started year 1 in this country was I had to go to the toilet and no one spoke german and I ran out the class because I almost pissed my pants and later got laughed at because I got lost
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can't remember primary but do secondary. wearing the school jumper wasn't cool for some reason and i rocked up wearing the school jumper and my mate called me a nerd. so i took it off and never wore a jumper again at the school again
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lol literally don't remember first day of primary or secondary
tbh can barely remember last week
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I’m still in secondary school and can hardly remember my first day. I do remember some distinct things about induction day though. I remember there was this kid who could burp on command and I both admired and feared him. I also became really close with this girl, but called her by the wrong name like 12 times. My grandma picked me up after and I was surprisingly very happy!!
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Can remember being in tears because it was the first time I had properly been separated from my mum (she worked in the pre-school I went to).

This was in April 1995, the grand height of Cool Britannia...
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I have parts of it on video, so yes
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First day of year one the teachers had called everyone’s parents to like help us settle or something;my mum couldn’t come bc it was my sister’s first day in secondary school and she had to drop her off and stuff, and i’m not close with my dad. I was the only kid without a parent there, I was sat next to my best-friend who was this guy, and the parents had to go after like five min, and as they were going they were obviously kissing their kids goodbye and stuff and my bestfriend’s mum kissed me goodbye aswell. I found that really sweet bc it was a all white school and I was the only brown kid, and yeh his parents lived separately but weren’t divorced, they were like on a break, and we also had a play in year two and he introduced me to his dad, and he was a nice guy as well. And my parents knew of him as well, ok now im just telling my life story sorry lol
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Can only remember secondary school - I dropped my tray at lunch and everyone jeered. Traumatised me for life.
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Yes, I cried and had a dark green coloured folder under my arm.

I still have that folder, so cant ever forget.
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No I don't remember it.
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