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    Hi all,

    Wasn’t sure where to put this, but suffering with a bad case of PMS, my 15yr old son took a couple of GCSE’s this year and got results today as couldn’t pick them up from school yesterday. He did really well, especially considering he’s only just got his act together, 3b’s
    2c’s & an e in history which he is upset about, but now wants to work harder ! will miracles never cease.

    Anyway just to say really proud of my boy, love you loads Jake. x


    Results for the little fella, if he is still huggable, give him a hug and tell him well done, its important he knows how proud you are.
    Nowt to be disapointed about if it makes him think to try a little harder.

    Good lad….

    Buzz xx


    Yay Jake and Yay Andy! Send him our congrats and no wonder you have a case of PMS! (love it!)


    Ms Ellie

    I always say as long as he/she do their best thats all anyone can ask for…. Well done Jake!!!


    How llovely for you well done x


    How super – very well done to son and Proud Mummy!


    Brilliant! Onwards and upwards… love carol x

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