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Is your school signed up for our First Class supplement?

PUBLISHED: 14:54 14 September 2018 | UPDATED: 14:54 14 September 2018

One of our pictures from last year at Trimley St Mary School. Will your school join First Class 2018? Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

One of our pictures from last year at Trimley St Mary School. Will your school join First Class 2018? Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

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Calling all schools! This is your last chance to sign up to be a part of our fantastic First Class supplement.

Pupils went back to school last week and are settling in to their new classes and finding new friends.

Every year, we publish the supplement to celebrate the start of their school life and it’s become a wonderful keepsake for parents across Suffolk.

There will also be the opportunity to order pictures of children and grandchildren after it’s been published in mid-October.

So if your school hasn’t signed up yet and you’re interested in taking part, please email us by September 17 with the following details:

• Name of school

• Name of school contact

• Number of reception pupils

We will get back in touch with the school to arrange a time to take the picture.

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