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Find out when our First Class supplement will be in the paper

PUBLISHED: 10:12 19 September 2018 | UPDATED: 10:12 19 September 2018

Find out when you can see your little one's in the paper. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

Find out when you can see your little one's in the paper. Picture: SARAH LUCY BROWN

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We have been all over Ipswich visiting primary schools to take pictures of your children in their new classes - find out when you can pick up your copy.

Our First Class supplement will return next month packed with pictures of your children in their first ever school class.

We have visited 63 schools in Ipswich and took photos of 2,522 new starters.

The supplement will be in the Ipswich Star on October 17 so make sure you tell friends and family to purchase a paper.

Please note that other Suffolk schools will be featured in the East Anglian Daily Times at a later date - find out more here.

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