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Getting new stationary for your pencil case, writing on your mate’s shirt on the last day of school and lighting Bunsen burners emerged as fond memories.
Games of British Bulldog and the teacher wheeling out a big TV when it was raining made the list, but it was the last day of term that was the firm favourite.
Here are the things we remember most fondly about our days at school:
34 per cent of people said the last day of school before half term was the best memory they have. (Photo: jpress) They're happening right now! School sports day where you competed against your pals at running, the long jump, high jump and many other sports. A favourite with 31 per cent of people. (Photo: getty) Getting new stationary for your pencil case - 30 per cent (Photo: Getty) Science lessons were always that bit more exciting when a Bunsen burner was involved. (Photo: getty) Writing on your mate’s shirt when you leave school. (Photo: Getty) My favourite teacher - everyone had one, right? Whether it's fond memories of a lovely primary school teacher or an inspirational high school teacher, most of us have one who sticks out. (Photo: getty) Remember sitting on the floor, crossed legged, every morning for the full school assembly? (Photo: getty) Whether it was a school disco or big prom night, there was always a lot of excitement about them. (Photo: Getty) The crisp new pages of a brand new exercise book... (Photo: Getty) Where would we be without dinner ladies. Whether they were serving you food or supervising you in the playground afterwards...we remember them well! (Photo: Jpress) The school tuck shop - not all schools had them, but those that did were loved by pupils at break time. (Photo: Getty) Remember the climbing frames that were dragged out each PE lesson? Landing on the big blue mats that were stacked up in the corner? Good times! (Photo: Getty) Oops - we've either done it ourselves or chuckled at an embarrassed classmate who did. (Photo: NationalWorld) Remember the fun of British Bulldog at playtime? Where the goal of the game is for the Bulldogs to make it across to the other side without getting tagged or caught by the catcher? Fond memories! (Photo: Getty) Not a modern TV like this, but remember the feeling of sheer joy when the big tv was wheeled out into the classroom? A good day at school! (Photo: Getty)