The stern lesson of the day
had done its work; her worldliness was gone.
I also learned a third lesson of the day
: in future, I would only be taking a shower.
e Year 6 boys then excitedly took part in e Year 6 boys then excitedly took part in a science, technology and music lesson before spending the last lesson of the day
back in their House, where their Learning Leader proudly presented them with their new Woodlands Academy tie.
Before that, the good driver who helped me to go to the police station said his two cousins were also a victim some two years back.I knew that my hard-earned money will not be back, I am just hoping that such syndicate will be caught by police authorities so as not to victimise the society.Costly lesson of the day
: Beware of car lifting if you don't know them!
Read aloud those sections that apply to your lesson of the day
. Read aloud those sections that interest you and see where it takes the class.
The importance of schooling was the lesson of the day
for 800 Teesside pupils.
The CCTV pictures show Milly leaving Heathside School at 3.07pm, walking down a flight of stairs after leaving a science class - her final lesson of the day
The 15-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, overdosed on a cocktail of pills minutes after her first lesson of the day
But, the real lesson of the day
, reinforced by Colin Nell was to never give up on anything you set your mind to, keep trying and one day you will succeed.
But so was the biggest lesson of the day
. Children In Need's vision is that every child in the UK has a childhood that is safe, happy and secure and allows them the chance to reach their potential.
"We want to learn to finish these games off which is basically the most important lesson of the day
." Wenger admitted he was frustrated with rookie keeper Vito Mannone (above) after his mistake gifted West Ham a way back into the game but also claimed ref Chris Foy got decisions wrong on both the home team's goals.
Learning about local wildlife is the lesson of the day
for Stockton schoolchildren this mid-term.