Warrington goes back to school

Warrington goes back to school

Warrington goes back to school

First published in News

FOR every youngster in the town who has got the back-to-school blues this week, there is a proud parent dying to show off their snaps of their child's first day in their school uniform. 

We asked on the Warrington Guardian Facebook and Twitter page for mums, dads and grandparents to share their pictures with us and you did not disappoint. 

Here's a selection of some of our favourites. 

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Oliver Baker, aged four, on his first day at Oughtrington Primary School in Lymm

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Proud grandmother Susan Woodward sent in this picture of Nieve Smith, aged four, before her first day at Barrow Hall Lane School.

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 Alfie Okell heading to Sankey Valley St James

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Alfie and Alex Nield at St Ann's CE primary school .

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Looks like the Coulthurst family pet was also keen for first day of school!

Pictured with Ryan, who starts in year 10, and Nathan, starting in year seven at Penketh High. 

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Mia and Taylor Ross ahead of Mia starting year 8 at Penketh High and Taylor his last year in primary, year 6, at Westbrook Primary. 

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 Katy Moss all ready for her first day at Barrow Hall Lane

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Logan, Lilly and Lacey Martin going to St. Andrews

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Leon Prescott ahead of his first day at Beamont academy

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Jessica Titchens' first day at Cardinal Newman.

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Cameron Daley starting year 7 at Beamont Academy high and his brother Kyle Harrison starting year 2 at St Andrews C.E Primary. 

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Proud mum Donna Lee said she had a cry when Ellie in year 8 and Libby, starting in year 7 set off for school together. 

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JJ Scarisbrick going into his last year of Oakwood Avenue Primary

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Kye Wells in year 4 and Kaci Wells in year 6 at Chapelford Village

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12:44pm Thu 4 Sep 14

WInwick Pig says...

And lo, traffic comes to a standstill in the town after the school summer break.

It would be great if any parent who lives within 1 mile of their child's school walked them there every day instead of driving.
And lo, traffic comes to a standstill in the town after the school summer break. It would be great if any parent who lives within 1 mile of their child's school walked them there every day instead of driving. WInwick Pig
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