excerpt from 'Look after the little ones' pp. 9-10 (163 words)

excerpt from 'Look after the little ones' pp. 9-10 (163 words)

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Look after the little ones

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[The author went to a Church of England Infant School when she was three years old]. 

 

Just around the corner in Malvern Road were Christ Church Schools—Boys, Girls and Infants.

[…]

Mother took me to school my first day. She was more worried that I should miss my mid morning glass of milk than about learning. I could already knit, knew the alphabet and several simple words as well as the value of numbers up to ten. 

[…]

Our first morning was in the “Baby Class” where we were allowed to do what we liked and play with the toys in the cupboard. 

 

Then came Class III where quite a lot of teaching was done by singing rhymes with appropriate actions. 

 

Cows and horses walk on four legs

Little Children walk on two legs

Fishes swim in water clear

Birds fly high up in the air

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6 7 8 9 10.

We clapped our hands as we said each number and thoroughly enjoyed school.

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