26 Things You'll Never Forget About Primary School
Crayons, PVA glue and so many book fairs - let's go back!
Communicating through your rubbers.
Having enforced snack and lunch breaks throughout the day.
Eating lots of chocolate concrete pudding drenched in custard.
Being able to buy Space Raiders at the tuckshop for just 10p.
Plus, if you weren't happy with your food that day you could probably swap it with another classmate.
Then there was story time.
Plus, you got rewarded ALL the time.
And winning house points was the ultimate achievement.
If you were given special duties, you felt so goddamn cool.
You didn't have to worry about following fashion trends, as long as you had a ton of cuddly animals hanging on your backpack you were bossing it.
You crafted Mother and Farther's Day cards in school.
Valentine's Day was also much simpler then.
School work was hardly work, you got to play on Paint and Wordart during ICT lessons.
And sometimes animals were brought in.
It was easy to feel like a badass playing wink murder at lunch.
And remember the excitement you felt when a dog visited the playground?
Sports day was also incredibly awesome.
Getting to bring in your own toys at the end of term was always fun.
Living on the edge meant pasting your hands in PVA glue - and it felt so good!
Rainbow coloured crayons were a delight to use.
And you'd nibble on them too, when no one was looking.
You got to feel like a real fashionista learning how to tie dye.
And your parents praised you when you played "London's Burning" (extremely badly) on the recorder.
And lastly, when you finally got to sit on the benches in year six you couldn't be prouder of yourself.
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