Yet it was not because I had to study that I used to weep, and in time I grew more used to things, and, after my schooldays
were over, shed tears only when I was parting with friends.
Call him RAYMOND FITZOSBORNE," suggested Diana, who had a store of such names laid away in her memory, relics of the old "Story Club," which she and Anne and Jane Andrews and Ruby Gillis had had in their schooldays
Prince Maiyo is a man, not an overgrown boy to go through life shooting birds, playing games which belong properly to your schooldays
, and hanging round the stage doors of half the theatres in London.
Of his schooldays
we know little, but we can guess, for one story that has come down to us, that he was a shy, nervous boy.
The invitation was the more acceptable because Sir Charles was no mushroom noble, and, in the schooldays
which Gertrude now remembered as the happiest of her life, she had acknowledged that Jane's family and connections were more aristocratic than those of any other student then at Alton, herself excepted.
The first year of Middlesbrough Council's Every Schoolday
Matters campaign has been hailed a success as figures show a drop in rates at both primary and secondary schools.
We want to hear about your schoolday
memories for a special Back In Time feature.
new series in which Vic Reeves, Justin Lee Collins and Alan Carr reminisce about their schoolday
antics, recalling games, chants and nicknames from the playground.
BIG Brother "bullies" are bringing painful schoolday
memories flooding back for Jodie Marsh, her parents said yesterday.
As one of three winners, Connor Dixon, nine, took to the skies as he explored Sunderland and Newcastle during a special Every Schoolday
Counts helicopter ride.
Hays' holiday discount scheme was launched with Every Schoolday
Counts (ESC) ( Sunderland's anti-truancy programme.
Children aged 13 and 14 can only work for up to two hours a day on a schoolday