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  Back 2 Skool
Starting secondary school
If you feel you can't go back
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Get organised
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Get organised Get organised
If you're moving to secondary school you're going to need a lot more organisation because:

At primary school
You only have to remember stuff like: Book bag, PE kit, reading book and homework once a week.

At secondary school
You have more stuff to bring in every day than you used to have in a whole week.

There are five or more lessons a day. Each lesson has its own set of books and its own homework. If you want to remember everything you have to write it down.

The school may give you a planner. This will really help. Otherwise you will need to get a diary.


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