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My DS is now a senior

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Onlyjoking Wed 03-Sep-08 11:17:49

off he went with his new blazer (photo on profile) he looked very grown up and i sobbed all the way home.
Elliot is staying in his junior class for register and a few other things but going to seniors for most lessons, he needs the nurturing of juniors at the moment so this way he gets the best of both.

FioFio Wed 03-Sep-08 11:23:19

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Onlyjoking Wed 03-Sep-08 11:32:34

denial is a great thing, my girls think they will be in the same class with the same teacher wink
we had a meeting and decide that with what was happening with his dad it would be kinder to keep him with his mates and the staff that know him really well, he does most of the acedemic stuff in seniors but he did that last year too, he just needs a secure base for now.
it is a very fab school grin
hope your DD accepts the new teacher

FioFio Wed 03-Sep-08 11:37:12

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Tclanger Wed 03-Sep-08 11:50:49

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magso Wed 03-Sep-08 15:25:11

He looks very smart (and far too grown up)! The school sound thoughtful and supportive.

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