schooldays


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the time of life when you are going to school

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With over half the households classed as poor having at least one person in work, low wages and benefit cuts including the curse that is Universal Credit are casting long shadows over the schooldays of our young.
At her funeral this week, I just sat quietly and remembered treasured schooldays, that very first Castletown holiday, the Witches Mill and our very own teaching starlet who clearly made such a huge impression on 'her boys'.
With over 120 old photographs there are memories of Christmas, childhood games, schooldays, rationing, local dance halls, early television and going to the match.
Memories of schooldays tend on the whole to be written by the successful and in recall a hazy glow is often cast.
He is bloody fuming about his schooldays, hope he cheers up in the next 350 pages or this could be tough going Josh Widdicombe@joshwiddicombe Why is Cameron wearing a high visibility jacket, and a hard hat?
The study, titled "Walgreens Flu Impact Report," estimates that American adults missed 230 million workdays and children missed more than 90 million schooldays as a result of flu-related illness during the last flu season.
Schooldays are vitally important for the young to be able to take their place in adult life, to make friends, to learn to share and to develop as individuals as well as to develop an understanding of so much of what they will face.
EDUCATION Secretary Michael Gove apologised today to his French teacher for misbehaving during his Aberdeen schooldays.
The legacy of unhappy schooldays was particularly noticeable among the women studied.
RING US ON: 01642 234255 READING about the generous pupils at Sacred Heart RC School, Redcar this week has taken me back to my schooldays.
MEMORIES of schooldays in Nuneaton will be recorded as part of a local history project.
It stars Helena Bonham Carter and focuses on the TV cook's schooldays growing up in the West Midlands after his mother died when he was nine.
We would love to read about memories of your family's schooldays. You can write on any apsect of Midland nostalgia to Back In Time, Sunday Mercury, Weaman Street, Birmingham, B4 6AY.
How on earth did youngsters survive their schooldays in the past?