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No.naps.after a 1 and.half
Started by: madamehmurray (6039)   Report abuse
Other kids did.it.too. they.knew what we were doing putting down for nap they throwing a fit. He.goes to popeye and then grandma babies him and.he.gets his.way

Posted by: jarvo (28212)  Report abuse
Welcome back.

Posted by: madamehmurray (6039)   Report abuse
Thanks

Posted by: kathpressey (4470)  Report abuse
I'm sure in infant school the teacher used to get out little beds and tell everyone to lie down for a rest [Highfield school]. I'msure she got the most benefit though.

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (2413) Report abuse
When I was at infant school they didn't give us a nap, exact opposite actually, daydreaming was strictly banned as was yawning etc

Enforced with aggressive shouting and nasty smacking

Posted by: kathpressey (4470)  Report abuse
TTS - a fair bit of that went on at my school too. Terrifying for infants.

Posted by: tonker (19283)   Report abuse
"He goes to popeye and then grandma babies him and.he.gets his way"


Erin. Do you know what Popeye did when Moses went to Mount Olive?

Posted by: berylh (1617) Report abuse
Many moons ago about 1953 I spent a little while at St Oswalds pre school, I clearly recall small beds were erected after lunch and we had to have a nap. I don't think I ever slept as I was too in awe of the nuns. I also recall another little girl called Adrienne and we sheared our snacks we had to take with us.

Posted by: trixie (4900)   Report abuse
I remember too going on a camp bed in the afternoon.at Stubshaw Cross school. About 1949.

Posted by: madamehmurray (6039)   Report abuse
Well popoyye was Dave and I was olive oil.

 
 
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