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EllenJaneisnotmyname Fri 22-Jul-11 11:46:17

More happy tears! My DS2's last day at primary school, emotional leavers' assembly. All the children had a dictionary and leaver's book presented to them, much polite applause for each child. Then DS's name called out and a huge spontaneous cheer went up! I was bawling my eyes out!

LeninGrad Fri 22-Jul-11 11:51:54

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TheNinjaGooseIsOnAMission Fri 22-Jul-11 12:04:32

oh lovely smile

ds1 finishes today as well, end of an era

EllenJaneisnotmyname Fri 22-Jul-11 12:12:24

Thanks guys. smile Hope your DS1 has a good last day, Ninja.

My DS2 was a bit bemused by all the tears and told me not to be a cry baby. Apparantly DS3 has written on his polo shirt, like they do on the last day, but he's written 'Kick me!' grin Nice to keep grounded!

IndigoBell Fri 22-Jul-11 12:12:53

Well done little EllenJane

I'm emotional enough thinking that they'll all be moving up a class....

justaboutWILLfinishherthesis Fri 22-Jul-11 12:44:21

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Hylas Fri 22-Jul-11 12:49:02

Tears in my eyes too, that's lovely. Am loving the happy threads today smile

streakybacon Fri 22-Jul-11 13:38:28

Ah that's lovely.

Always nice to hear something positive, and you can't put a price on popularity grin

That's lovely! Well done mini Ellen!

EllenJaneisnotmyname Fri 22-Jul-11 14:51:02

Thanks all. He's a lovely boy, completely unselfconscious and completely egotistical! grin His class are really generous, tolerant children. We'll miss them. Gotta go collect him from school now.

silverfrog Fri 22-Jul-11 15:49:44

you must have been so proud, ellen.

well done mini-ellen grin

signandsmile Fri 22-Jul-11 18:23:37

oh wow, how lovely! grin

coff33pot Fri 22-Jul-11 20:14:28

I am choked up picturing it! Well done mini ellen grin

EllenJaneisnotmyname Fri 22-Jul-11 20:32:49

Love him, he just takes it as his due! Just finished his leavers' picnic/party. Can't quite believe that 7 years is over. sad But TBH, he's had enough of primary school. I hope secondary proves to be a positive experience.

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