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Back to School

Helen and Barney look at some of the more unusual and amazing schools around the UK, plus an exclusive song by Brett Domino and a live performance from Cover Drive.


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Coming up on today's Blue Peter, we are bring you a back-to-school

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special. We show you how to customise your school stuff.

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visit some of the UK's most amazing schools, with farms, firefighters

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and a TV studio. And chart-toppers, Cover Drive are here, to tell us

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what it was like going to school on the other side of the world.

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APPLAUSE Hello. Don't adjust your TV sets.

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We are being arty. Welcome to Blue Peter. We have loads of stuff to

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get you excited about the start of the new school term. Even Barney is

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excited about it, aren't you? him. Right, it is a bit of a

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routine. You start back at school. Get yourself a new pencil case, you

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might get a new pair of shoes and around about now you will have your

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photograph taken, those official photographs that haunt you for

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years to come. You know those. don't have any of those school

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photos, actually. I don't have any. Is that true? Have a look at this.

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A young Mr Barney. I was about 12. The original Harry Potter. You look

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just like Harry Potter. It is not all about me, look at Helen

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skeleton at her finest, with a bowl of chocolate. She is on the left,

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as you are looking at it. I did take the official photographs from

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my mum when I joined Blue Peter. They have a habit of doing things

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like this. It is not just us. Look at these three famous faces. They

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were taken absolutely years ago. They are all CBBC names. But we

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want to see if you can work out who they are. Do you know who those

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little cherubs turned out to be? It's just a bit of fun. Give us an

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A, B, and C as your answer, who you think A, B or C is and we will

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announce who they are at the end of the show. [email protected]

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If you are at school, tell us what you are up to and what you are

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looking forward to. If I was a teacher I would give our next

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guests A*s. All the way from Barbados. We are now joined by

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Cover Drive. Come in, team. Have a seat.

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Welcome to the show, once again. are talking about the school

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holidays and school. What is it like in Barbados? Do you have the

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same long summer holiday? What do you get up to? First off, it is

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really hot. We have a ten-week summer holiday. It is the best ten

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weeks. Ten weeks of sleeping, in waking up and going to the beach.

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Did you have the embarrassing school photos? We have quite a few.

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Luckily they are all hidden. Do you know what - they are not hidden!

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You are in a school play. parents ratted us out. That's

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actually me. Let'slike at the next. We this this

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was it. Ray. T ray. That's me too. You got away this. Oh, there he is.

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And the best until last. Amanda. Look at that. Oh, no, where did you

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get that picture? Where did you find? You look so cute. You will be

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sticking around and performing later. We will find out a bit more

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about what school is like in bar bay boss doss. For most people in

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the UK -- in Barbados. For most people in the UK, most schools are

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similar but for some places in the UK, they are extraordinary. Barney

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and I have been finding out. Sometimes it's hard to believe that

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school can be anything other than really boring. Actually, there are

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some schools out there that are far from ordinary. We decided to search

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the lengths and breadth of the country to find the UK's top five

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most unusual schools. Did we find some crackers. First up, we have

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come to Lancaster where lunch time s are a cut the rest. The canteen

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here has an amazing lunch menu. Sausage mash and peas. The great

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thing is, it all tastes so fresh. Which is not surprising, because

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all of the meat in the school canteen comes from the skhoom's

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very own farm. -- school's very own farm. That means as well as

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studying the usual subjects, the puepailts this school have farming

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lessons where they learn how to take care of the lessons. -- the

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pupils at this school have farming lessons. I have herded the sheep

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from down on the field. Now we will weigh them in the machine to make

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sure they are the right size and weight for their age. If they are

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too big it doesn't really matter it. Just means more meat basically.

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That's so cruel. I'm keeping him as a pet. You are not eating this one.

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How many animals do you have? have four pigs, three new born

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calves and about ten or 15 chickens. So the pupils have a whole range of

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animals it practice their farming skills on. But what do they think

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when they end up on their dinner plate? We know ultimately cows

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start little and get bigger and end up as burgers. Do you eat the cows

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here? We don't eight our cows. We send them off for breeding, so we

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eat our other animals, the pigs and sheep. The pigs you have cared for

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and looked after, you eat. How do you feel about that? I don't mind

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it. We know they have had a good lifestyle and we have looked after

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them well. Can I help feed? Yes. From a school with its very own

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farm we are heading to the next amazing school in our top five.

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Notice West Sussex. The pupils here wear a uniform that dates back to

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1552. It includes ankle-length coats, leather belts, white bands

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and long yellow socks. Last year they had the chance to swap their

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traditional uniform for a more modern one but voted to stay Tudor.

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After all it, makes them stand out from the crowd. Next up I have

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headed to the north of Scotland to a school that's quite extraordinary.

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That's right. For the last 70 years, this school has been training its

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students to be firefighters. Your pupils here, I have seen you

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milling around, but you are fighting fires, why? We are part of

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the school Fire Service. We have our own fire station on campus.

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don't actually help out in genuine emergencies, do you? Yes, we are

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fully trained firefighters, part of the Grampian service. If there is a

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local house fire, we will help them. The pupils here have a tough

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training programme before they can assist in any real emergencies.

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Today it's my turn to learn some essential fire-fighting skills.

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I can feel the water in the pipes. After mastering hose control and

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water accuracy, station manager, Rob, decides I'm ready to be part

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of the real fire squad. So, now you are ready to take part in a live

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fire drill. You will have to carry one of these, it is a pager. The

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students all carry these. I'm on call? You are. In the pager goes

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off, it means there is a fire, so you have to be ready to drop

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everything. Is that it? That's you. This is not messing about.

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Belts on until the back, guys. We've been called to a fire at a

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local farm. It's our job to get there and put it out.

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Oh, the water is coming. I need to stay focused and put all of my

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training into practice. This morning I thought this was a bit of

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a laugh and a bit of a giggle, but when there are real flames, you

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can't lark about. Out goes the fire and it is into the frying pan. The

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next amazing school on our list uses food technology lessons to do

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good for others. Every Friday afternoon the pupils at this

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Manchester-based school cook up tasty meals that get taken to a

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local shelter to help feed the homeless. Centres like this rely on

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donation and volunteers. What these pupils are doing makes a difference

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to their community. The last incredible school on our

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list is in County Armagh, Northern Ireland, it was a school I would

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have loved to go to. You are watching Blue Peter. Today's

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production is brought to you by... These guys.

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You have guessed it - these lucky pupils have a fully functioning TV

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studio in their school. It is not just for fun. They broadcast their

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very own show to their school and on the web. This is where I feel at

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home in the presenter's chair. So let's talk, you have a TV studio.

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This is it, where the action happens. The backdrop this is

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technical wizardy, so you can project any image you like on the

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back of that screen? You can have anything, anything you want. I will

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leave you to it. I'm aware you have little time. I'll shoot. Keep up

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the great work. So the clip comes in after that. So the presenters do

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the talking during the show, but just like any other TV production,

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there is lots going on behind the scenes, too. You are the director.

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This is your Control Centre. Tell us about it. We have people doing

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the auto cue, which shows what the presenter see in their script and

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we have my desk which can bring in video from across the world.

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can stream video as part of your show, with video calls. Yes. And we

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have an assigned desk but if you don't mind, Barney, I have quite a

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bit of work to do.! Sure, you are the boss. Going live in three, two,

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one. Even celebrities and politicians have appeared on this

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school's TV channel. They can do a live broadcast to the whole school.

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On today's show they have a very special guest. Right Barney, we are

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ready for you stkpwhrs. Me. Hello everyone, I'm joined with a special

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guest, we have Blue Peter's own Barney. If you had to pick one high

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lit from Blue Peter, what would it be? Living in a cave and I had to

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survive. It was an amazing challenge. Can I stay here? That's

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all we have time for, join us next time. Can I get in the shot as

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well? Bye. That was so much fun. Another day in studio but this time

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it was in a school studio. You want one, don't you?!

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So there you have it. Whether it is training up firefighters, feeding

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the homeless or even running a TV station. I think it is safe to say

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there are some amazing schools across the UK.

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Look at this one. That, handsdown was one of the best

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jet paper aeroplanes I have ever seen.! If you are nice to me I will

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teach you how to make one. We are talking about school with cover

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dive. In my head, you don't have a play ground, you have a beach, and

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you are monkeys running around (there are monkeys and the beach

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isn't far. You have to be careful with the monkeys. The first day, I

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came in my white uniform all ready and this monkey threw an over-ripe

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mango on my white shirt. You have to watch out for them. Did you

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throw something first? No, it instigated a fight right there.

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if you see a monkey outside your classroom, don't throw a mango at

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it. No. No. Were you into music at school? Definitely. We went to

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different schools. Defending on which school you go to, they focus

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on different things. -- depending on which school you go to. My

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school was academic and stuff like that but at lunch times I used to

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sneak in the music room and work on music and sing whenever I could.

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Unfortunately for me our music room was next to the principal's office.

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I would be drumming and he would come in and say, "Move." I bet he

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is in Barbados saying that he encouraged you all the time. If you

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are dreading going back to school don't worry, we have Bret domino to

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put a smile on your fais. You may remember them from the Diamond

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Jubilee. If you have been following the Blue Peter website, you know

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this song debuted there a week ago but here they are for now you.

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you OK, you look a bit down? I am to be honest. How come? Oh, back to

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school, isn't it? That time of the year. What? Yeah, but you don't

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have to go back to school, you are 27. I know, I just feel this way at

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the same time every year. Yeah. this time, still. Would it help if

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we did a song about it or something? Yeah, OK.

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# Everybody knows you have to get up and go to school

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# Because it's illegal not to # Even though you'd rather be

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chilling out by the pool # Someone where the seagulls flock

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# But let me tell you this # Allow me to just briefly

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reminisce # I'll give you solutions to your

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educational institution blues # Give me a six, eight, drum fill

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# School, it's a great place to get away from your parents

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# Yes it maybe full of teachers but they're not all the tyrants

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# That you see in cartoons # The ones that shout and scream at

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# Yes sometimes they can actually be all right...

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# And if you're starting at a new place

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# If you've left your previous school behind

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# You're probably going to be terrified

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# But don't panic because it'll all be fine

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# Just look at the bigger kids # They're having a great time and

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they show it # Well give it a couple of days

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# That's be you before you know it # School, it's a great place to

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just hang out and chat # You can talk to your mates about

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who fancies who and stuff, you know, if you are into that, I'm not

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# But you must keep this in mind # Keep the chatter to breaks and

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lunch type # Because if I advocate talking in

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lessons I'll get the sack # Pay attentions in lessons. Shall

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we do a big chore snus # I want to go to school to get an

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education # So I can get a job in my

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favourite vocation # Because mainly that I

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# I like to have my lunch with my friends

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# Lunch with my friends # Whether you queue at the school

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canteen or bring sandwiches # Lunch time is great

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# And the reason is this # There's no work to do

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# You can chill for a few # You can just sit around or hit

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the playground # Have a game of football

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# Kick a ball at the wall # Play computer games

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# On the CBBC website # Get paper and fold it,

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# Go looking for trols # Going looking for bears

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# Walk up and down stairs # Don't get carried away and this

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is the essence # Because you've got to be back for

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# And at the end of the day # Although you might be exhausted

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# You're cleverer than you were yesterday

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# And for that you should be applauded

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# Going back to school's nothing major

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# But if I still can't persuade you # At least you've still got the

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weekends anyway # Yeah, at least you still get a

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miniature holiday every five days # There you have it. Only those two

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can do it that way. We love them for it. Last week's show was arty.

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We showed you a few new techniques so you can create your pictures at

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home. I show youed this red ball picture. That was called colour

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dodging, we were showing you how to do it. You've had a go. A rabbit

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with a carrot and a pink nose. I love it. That was Emma, her stuffed

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bunny rabbit. Thank you very much. We had a photograph from Megan.

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This is a red apple. It is only the apple she has coloured. In We love

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it when you get in touch and tell us what you have been up to. We

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also showed you how to try a technique called spin art. It

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involved wetting a piece of paper, putting paint on it and throwing

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the paper around so you get that swirling effect. We used a bucket

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but this picture was sent in by Eloise. It must have been a massive

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bucket. If you don't have a bict or tree you can improvise, which is

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what Isabel Z-- if you don't have a bucket. She did that using a turn

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table. She put iting on top of that and spun it around with her dad.

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They had a fantastic time. thing we have noticed is you love

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being creative. Aside from making your photographs, we will show you

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how to physically make something now you are going back to school.

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This is how to cover your book with a difference, and Arazou Baker,

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designer and stylist will show you how to do it. I had a habit of

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scribbling all over my books and getting into trub. I have come up

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with an idea of turning the front of your school book noose a chalk

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board. You can draw whatever you like, rub it out and start again.

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First things first, we need to make the actual chalk board. Get some A5

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card. Cover it in black board paint. You can get this from most arts and

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crafts shop. It'll need a second coat. Let the first layer dry.

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Think of a design. Pick an A4 card. I'm going to go for a space theme.

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Black it is. Fold it in half. So you get an A5 size. You can cut out

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a window. You can get as creative as you like. A flower, or heart or

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rocket. I think I'll stick with a simple rectangle. Draw the window

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design on your front cover so you know what shape to cut out. Make a

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small incision and cut it all the way around. It should pop out by

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itself. Next you need a clear plastic sheet big enough to cover

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the window. You might find it on an old food or toy box. I'm using the

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front of a cookie box. With our clear sheet we need to stick it on

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the inside of your window. Dab some PVA glue around the card and lay

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clear plastic on top. And there you go, you have your window. Coloured

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card and felt it perfect to decorate your frame. To stick with

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my space theme I'm using lots of stars. And just like the night's

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sky, I'm making my sparkle. Put your second coat of paint on your

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chalk board. Once it is dry, glue it behind your window. Before you

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can use the chalkboard trouble you need to treat it. Grab chalk and

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literally rub all over the card. You can be as Nessie as you would

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like. This will mean rubbing out your notes and graffiti easier, it

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is also a lot of fun. All that is left now is to glue it to the front

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of your exercise book. Use your glue again, covering the edge and

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sticking it and there you have your front cover. Now all that's left is

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for you to gig out what you are going to write.

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That message can be different everydy but there are lots of parts

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of your school kit. It is not just books you can deck rai. You can do

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your pencil cases. There are lots of different designs. My favourite

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is graffiti art. You can go to the Blue Peter website,

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bbc.co.uk/bluepeter, and find a link which takes you to this page

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to download the different templates for the graffiti Alba effect. You

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have three layers to create a 3 D effect. You print off the bottom

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layer, then the middle layer, and finally, the top layer. The effect

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finally, the top layer. The effect you are trying to achieve is this,

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as you can see all those three layers, when they are put together

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look like that. You can pick any letters you like, depending on

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whose name you are spelling - I'm going to pick Amanda -- she is lead

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singer of Cover Drive, she is lovely and I want to give her a

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present. You start off with the bottom layer and cut out the

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letters you need. I will cut out the A for Amman da. I will do it

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quick for TV purposes but you can take your time. -- Amman da. Once

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you have your letters cut out, you take it and the best material we

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found for this is foam. You can by these sheets in craft shops. You

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can use card or felt. But this is effective. A good tip is to take

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the template you have cut out and place face-down, because when you

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cut it out you will have the right side up for your letter and it

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won't have pen on it. So once you have done this, you cut it out.

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This gives you the bottom layer you will be working from. This happens

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with every single step. It is the same all the way through. Once you

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have your bottom layer, it looks like that, you then stick that on

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to the pencil case you are going to customise. If you do that with all

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the letters it will look like this, then using the same process, you

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will see you have stuck the middle layer on, and then the finishing

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touches, the top layer, the letters. I think it is only right Amanda

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helps me out with this. It is your present. There is the final letter

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on your name. Do you want some glue? Yes, fantastic. There you

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have the finished pencil case. easy as that. If you would like to

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get yourself ready for your new single. If you want to get involved,

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and have a go, go to the Blue Peter website and Arazou talks you

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through how to make a kitbag. he sound like he had a crush on

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he sound like he had a crush on Amanda?

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We showed you photographs taken years ago of some of our CBBC face.

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We asked you if you could work out who they are? We have had lots of

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guesses. Harry thinks that C is Chris Johnson. Katie thinks Joe

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from Newsround is A and Naomi Wilkinson is C. Hanna thinks that A

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is ska. Rav Wilding and Emma thinks that B is Naomi Wilkinson.

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I have to say we have lots of right guesses. Hanna, lily, Isaac, Laura

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and another Isaac all got it right. OK. The correct answers are:

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photograph A is Ricky Boleto from Newsround. Bmt is Georgia Locke,

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AKA Sadie J and C is Chris Johnson from the CBBC. He hasn't changed

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one bit. Thanks for getting in touch. You have been telling us

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about going back to school. I have been so busy, I was so tired I had.

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I have to wake up early. Georgia says "It was amazing to see my

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mates, vint seen them in ages." Lots of excitement. It seems

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everyone loves school. And we have Cover Drive coming up, first let's

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see what is coming up in next week's show. I will be facing the

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fearsome Dragons in their den. we have a brand new competition, if

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you love Wallace and Gromit you will love it. Send in your stuff,

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we love it. Now time to get our groove on, we love them, it's Cover

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# It's not a science, now. # It's just a way it goes.

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# You spin me all around. # No gravity, no ground.

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# My world is your snow globe. # You turn me upside down.

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# You know I like the shake. # You make my heart quake.

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# You speak and I'm grumbling. # You move and I'm fluttering.

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# Slowly I'm losing control. # I feel it banging.

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# Got me vibrating. # You got me and I'm falling, so

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don't let me go. # No-one can save me.

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# No-one can fix me. # It hit me now, I feel like I'm

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going to explode. # Oh oh oh, oh oh oh.

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# It hit me now, I feel like I'm going to explode.

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# You're looking in my face and I can't keep it down.

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# I let the words escape I've gone and shout it out.

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# No-one can help myself I can't control it babe.

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# I feel it building up. # You got me blown away.

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# You speak and I'm grumbling. # You move and I'm fluttering.

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# Slowly I'm losing control. # I feel it banging.

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# Got me vibrating. # You got me and I'm falling, so

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don't let me go. # No-one can save me.

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# No-one can fix me. # It hit me now, I feel like I'm

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going to explode. # Oh oh oh, oh oh oh.

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# It hit me now, I feel like I'm going to explode.

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# I feel it banging # Got me vibrating

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# You got me and I'm falling so don't let me go

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# No-one can save me, no-one can fix me

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# It's hit me now # I feel like I'm going to explode,

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oh, oh, oh # Oh, oh, oh

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As part of CBBC's Stepping Up season Blue Peter has a 'back to school' special. Helen and Barney look at some of the more unusual and amazing schools around the UK, we have ideas for how to customise school gear -including how to funk up your school books and make a unique pencil case, there's an exclusive song by internet sensations Brett Domino about what's it's like going back to school, and we have a live performance from chart-toppers Cover Drive.


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