Convent school

"I went to a convent school until I was sixteen. They had very strict rules. For most of the week we had an all-day agenda until early evening and we were not allowed to have mobile phones. When any of us wanted to speak to our parents we had to queue for the school's public phone. All our parents then tried all evening to get through. When it rang you were never sure for whom it was. If it was your turn you always had just a few moments to talk because the others were still waiting."

“I went to a convent school until I was sixteen. They had very strict rules. For most of the week we had an all-day agenda until early evening and we were not allowed to have mobile phones. When any of us wanted to speak to our parents we had to queue for the school’s public phone. All our parents then tried all evening to get through. When it rang you were never sure for whom it was. If it was your turn you always had just a few moments to talk because the others were still waiting.”

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