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THE COLOUR YELLOW, Draft 6, The Primary Schools“Learning Together, Learners for Life”I think that there is something very wrong with the above statement...This is a list of all the primary schools in the area that I live in. I live in England, the London Borough of Wandsworth, or as they’d say, “the Brighter Borough”, though I tend to disagree. Why? You’ll find that out later, but for now, just read.All of the primary schools in Wandsworth alphabetically, sixty-two in all:1. Albemarle Primary School2. Alderbrook Primary School3. All Saints CE Primary School4. Allfarthing Primary School5. The Alton Primary School6. Balham Nursery7. Beatrix Potter Primary School8. Belleville Primary School9. Brandlehow Primary School10. Broadwater Primary School11. Chesterton Primary School12. Christchurch CE Primary School13. Eardley Primary School14. Earlsfield Primary School15. Eastwood Nursery School16. Falconbrook Primary School17. Fircroft Primary School18. Franciscan Primary School19. F
THE COLOUR YELLOW Draft 1, IntroductionHello, my name is Andrew Moses. I am writing this book in an attempt to first – make myself feel better after every single time I got knocked down by the “world” that I grew up in, and second – to help you, the reader, or whoever it may be, to develop a better understanding of the world today. The primary function of this book, this autobiography, is to go through my past (and probably, if not definitely the most damaging) experiences of secondary school, more specifically, Ernest Bevin College (the secondary school that I went to). More specifically, this book highlights the feelings I’ve had in Ernest Bevin College as well as all of the people who have been involved in my life, the people who have contributed into making me who I am today – the wise, broody, misunderstood, insane person that I am today.I am Andrew Moses, a teenager who was sent out into the world at such a young, impressionable age, and surprisingly, has lived long enough to tell