School Run Topsy and Tim


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# This is our street

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# It's where we live

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# We love to play together

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# Just like you

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# Just like us

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# And we'll be friends forever

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# We can be anything

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# If we close our eyes and dream

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# We can play day after day

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# And the fun will never end

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# This is our street

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# It's where we live

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# So let's all play together

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# Be best friends forever. #

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-BOTH: Hello! It's us!

-Topsy...

-..and Tim!

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'We're saying bye-bye to Josie Miller.'

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-Enjoy visiting big school tomorrow, Topsy and Tim.

-We will.

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-Thanks for having Josie to play, Joy.

-Thanks for having me.

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-Any time, Josie, you're welcome.

-Bye.

-Bye.

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'Josie goes everywhere on her bike.

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'She even rides it when she comes to our house.

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'And we live just across the road.

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'And she cycles to school on her bike.'

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When we start school, I'm going to cycle there every day.

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-Like Josie does.

-I'm going to go on my scooter.

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Look, here's Grandma.

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Where's my hello Grandma huggle?!

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ALL: Sque-e-e-eze.

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Hello Mossy huggle. Sque-e-eze.

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Can I hold Mossy's lead? Course you can, there you go.

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I'm off for my run.

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Thank you for coming to look after Topsy and Tim for me, Grandma.

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It's my absolute pleasure.

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Mummy, when we start school,

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please can we ride our bikes there every day?

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Just like Josie does.

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No, I don't want to go on my bike, I want to go on my scooter.

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I hadn't really thought about how we would get to school.

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I know, why don't we do a test run now? Come on my run.

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That sounds like a good idea.

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Tim, you could go on your scooter

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-and, Topsy, you could go on your bike.

-Great!

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We could go to Hatcham Primary School and back again.

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Come on, let's get your helmets on. Red for Topsy.

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And yellow for Tim.

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'We set off with Mummy. Grandma stays at home while Mossy sleeps.'

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'I steam ahead on my scooter.'

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-Not too fast, Tim, wait for me at the end of the road.

-OK, Mummy.

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'I already know from Josie that I have to stay on the pavement

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'until we reach a cycle path.'

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You're good on that new bike, Topsy.

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Wait for me. Let's stop, let's check.

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Left, right, left again.

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Perfect, let's go.

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-Grandma, we're home.

-That was quick.

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Do you want some help?

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-I came back on Topsy's bike.

-And I came back on Tim's scooter.

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-Why did you swap?

-Just for fun.

-And to see which way was easier.

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-And which did you prefer, Topsy?

-I preferred my bike.

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-Bikes are more grown-up.

-What about you, Tim?

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I like scooting on my scooter. Scoot, scoot, scoot, scoot!

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-Scoot, scoot, scoot.

-How was your run, Joy?

-It was great, thanks.

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When your dad was little, we didn't have all these choices,

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we just walked to school and that was that.

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In fact, I brought something to show you.

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'Grandma had some old photographs in her handbag.'

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Look. Want to sit on my lap, Tim?

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There we go.

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-We've got photographs...

-Who are the photos of, Grandma?

-Look.

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-Now, this is your dad on his first day at school.

-What, that's Dad?

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Yes, didn't he look smart in his uniform?

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-Got a bit of a big sweater on.

-Can't believe Dad ever looked like that.

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You look a lot like him, Tim.

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And, look...

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-What's Mum got?

-I've got some pictures of me in my school uniform

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on my first day at primary school.

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-You look so sweet, Mummy.

-You do, you look lovely.

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I like your school uniform.

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I can't wait to see you two

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in your uniforms on your first day at school.

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MOSSY BARKS

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Hello, Mossy! You're awake at last.

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-Is she ready for a walk, do you think?

-Yes, she is ready.

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Good, because I have been thinking, Topsy and Tim, we could try walking

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to your new school now, with Mossy if you'd like to?

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-Walking?!

-Yes, it'll be fun.

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And we can do a short cut over the old railway footbridge.

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Oh, yes, that bridge near where Mr Rosen lives?

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Mr Rosen! We'd forgotten all about our promise to Mr Rosen.

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Yes, we promised Mr Rosen that every day we would wave to him

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before we go to school on the footbridge.

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-Tim, we can't go to school on our bikes or our scooters.

-No.

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We're going to have to walk,

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without our bikes and scooters so we can wave to Mr Rosen.

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On the footbridge.

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We can't break our promise, otherwise Mr Rosen will be sad.

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# We can be anything

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# If we close our eyes and dream

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# Be best friends forever... #

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'We liked the walk to school.

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'Mummy pointed out Mr Rosen's home from the foot bridge.

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-'And we all waved.

-But Mr Rosen wasn't at his window today.'

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Do you think Mr Rosen will be at his window to wave to us

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on our first day at school?

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Yes, of course he will. He promised.

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Mr Rosen is a good friend who doesn't forget his promises,

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just like you two.

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-I'm so excited about going to school.

-I know.

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-How about you, Tim?

-Our school looked really big today, Mummy.

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Yes, Hatcham Primary is a big school, lots of children go there.

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But I don't think I want to go to big school.

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You know, I was really worried about starting big school.

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-Just like you. But once I got used to it, I really loved it.

-Really?

-Yes.

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I did. And you will love it too.

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'And that's when Mummy said,

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' "Tomorrow you will go inside your new school for the first time." '

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Tomorrow, you will go inside your new school for the first time.

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It's the day of your school visit.

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You'll meet your teacher and all the other children in your class.

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-I can't wait to go to big school.

-I just don't want to go.

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Tim, once you've seen your new classroom and met your teacher,

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going to big school will all feel fine.

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You'll be fine.

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-OK, Mummy.

-Now, Tim, it's time for you to get tucked up in bed.

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Night-night!

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-Night, Tim.

-Night, Topsy.

-Night, Mummy.

-Night, my toptastic Topsy.

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Good girl.

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Sleep tight. Oh, thank you.

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Lovely cuddle. Thank you, Topsy.

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Your visit to big school will be really good fun tomorrow, Tim,

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so you need to get a good night's sleep, OK?

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BOTH: 'And that, said Mummy, was that.'

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-Hello.

-Are you good at remembering?

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Can you remember what happened to us today?

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This is our Topsy and Tim memory game. Press play.

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Today, we had a practice school run,

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but can you remember the colour of Tim's helmet?

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-Was it yellow...?

-Or green?

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The answer is behind Wiggles the rabbit.

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Look. The answer is yellow.

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Watch this.

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Tim, you could go on your scooter

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and, Topsy, you could go on your bike.

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We could go to Hatcham Primary School and back again.

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Come on, let's get your helmets on.

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Red for Topsy and yellow for Tim.

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'We set off with Mummy. Grandma stays at home while Mossy sleeps.'

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'I steam ahead on my scooter.'

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Not too fast, Tim, wait for me at the end of the road.

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'I already know from Josie that I have to stay on the pavement

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'until we reach a cycle path.'

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Wait for me. Let's stop, let's check, left, right, and left again.

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Great game.

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-That was good fun.

-See you soon.

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# We can play day after day

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# And the fun will never end

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# So let's all play together

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# Be best friends forever. #

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It's the day before Topsy and Tim visit their new school for the first time. The twins are excited but wonder how they will travel to school each day when they start. Tim wants to go on his scooter and Topsy wants to go on her bike. Mummy suggests a test run to decide which is best.


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