All right," agreed Pollyanna, somewhat doubtfully; "but I MUST go to school day
after to-morrow--there are examinations then, you know.
What did you put on that good new dress for, on a school day
, without permission?
We dismounted and looked, without speaking a dozen sentences, across the wide intervening valley for an hour or more; and noted those prominent features of the city that pictures make familiar to all men from their school days
till their death.
The daughter of the under- wear manufacturer had boarded in a house where he lived during his school days
and he had married her after a formal and prolonged courtship, carried on for the most part by the girl herself.
I remembered hazily the physics of my school days
, while the last few months had given me practical experience with mechanical purchases.
Emily gave her orders with an approach to the old gayety of her school days
His fierce, intolerant, melancholy, and inwardly sensitive spirit, together with his poverty, rendered him miserable throughout his school days
, though he secured, through his father's sympathy, a sound elementary education.
She attended all her dances and all her picnics over again; went through her school days
, recalling the face and name and seat of every schoolmate; endured the gray bleakness of the years in the orphan asylum; revisioned every memory of her mother, every tale; and relived all her life with Billy.
ONE of Birmingham's most in-demand secondaries is set to cut the school day
by 25 minutes.
Get them eating at the right time Adapt younger children into new meal routines before the school day
demands it from them.
Chiddingstone Primary School, near Tonbridge in Kent, will add 20 minutes to the school day
and shorten terms to help parents book cheaper holidays.
But would a longer school day
actually be beneficial?