Leeds nostalgia: School days

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Remember those old school days when we gazed upwards at grey haired teachers in horn rimmed spectacles and used tiny sinks and loos that seemed so huge to us?

Welcome playground lunchtimes wearing flares and parkas and then back into class where we sat at varnished wooden desks with old metal inkwell covers.

ST LUKE'S PRIMARY SCHOOL 1974: ''The long, long queue for the two basins where 70 pupils must wash.

ST LUKE'S PRIMARY SCHOOL 1974: ''The long, long queue for the two basins where 70 pupils must wash.

Art classes with silver foil, glue and scrunched up tissue paper.

Memories that fade into sepia with time.

As part of our festive coverage, we want you to send your pictures and memories of Christmas past. We would also love to hear about any of your family traditions.

Now send us YOUR memories! To feature on this page email your pictures with accompanying caption to david.clay@jpress.co.uk

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