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Gallery: School day memories are First Class

PUBLISHED: 17:27 06 December 2012

Memory Frame Nostalgia









Bucklesham First Class Picture in February 2001





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Memory Frame Nostalgia Bucklesham First Class Picture in February 2001 Neg Ref - 267460 ES 3.2.12

Archant

DO you remember your first day at school?

In recent weeks our photographers have toured Ipswich capturing Reception children during their first term at school.

And next Tuesday we will be publishing the photos of your angelic off spring in the Ipswich Star.

As parents wait with baited breath to see if their child is the one with the silly grin, we have trawled the archives to find these First Class pictures from years gone by. Are you one of the youngsters pictured? Email natalie.hoodless@archant.co.uk with your memories.

Or if you have school photos that you would like to share, upload them at suffolk.iwitness24.co.uk.

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