By Enid Blyton
Claudine at St. Clare's -
Enid Blyton(11 August 1897 – 28 November 1968)
PAT and Isabel O'Sullivan walked into the fourth form-room at St.
Clare's, and seemed round.
'Fourth form,' acknowledged Pat. 'Golly, we are getting on, aren't we, Isabel!'
'Yes-fourth shape turns out a ways from the 1st form,' stated Isabel. 'I
say-do you bear in mind once we have been within the first form-ages in the past? We were
called the Stuck-up Twins then, simply because we hated St. Clare's, and didn't
want to belong to it.' The twins concept again to the times after they had
been first-formers. They remembered how that they had settled down at St.
Clare's, their first dislike of it turning to satisfaction and admiration, and
now right here they have been, fourth-formers firstly of the summer season time period t
' do not the first-formers look infants now?' stated Pat. ' We suggestion we
were fairly sizeable once we first got here, but if I see the first-formers now
they appear very younger to me 1 I shall take pleasure in being within the fourth form,
won't you, Isabel?' ' I shall,' stated Isabel. ' i'm hoping we will remain on at
St. Clare's until eventually we're within the best form-and i'm hoping our buddies do too.'
' good, a few of them have left already,' acknowledged Pat. ' Pam is not coming
back, neither is Sheila. Lucy Oriell has long past too-to an paintings institution. She was
going to stick on right here, yet she's too extraordinary at her paintings, and she's won
a scholarship to the easiest paintings university within the country.' ' sturdy for Lucy I'
said Isabel. ' we will pass over her notwithstanding. i'm wondering if there are any new
girls this term?' ' absolute to be,' acknowledged Pat. She regarded around the big
form-room. ' I say, this can be a high-quality room, isn't really it?-the nicest classroom
we've had up to now. there is a extraordinary view out of the window.' So there
was. The twins may perhaps see miles of gorgeous state. It used to be state they
knew good now, and enjoyed a great deal. Down less than, within the tuition grounds,
were the tennis-courts, the video games fields, and the massive swimming-pool. The
girls may possibly see the varsity gardens too, and the massive kitchen backyard full
of clean vegetables.
' baggage I take a seat via the window,' acknowledged Pat. ' Hallo, there is Bobby, and
Janet!' Roberta and Janet walked into the study room, grinning. Bobby's
freckled face had a truly boyish glance, and she or he was once much like a boy in her
ways, packed with enjoyable and tricks.
' Hallo!' she acknowledged. ' Come to examine our new domestic? great room, is not it?
' ' what is our new form-mistress like? ' acknowledged Pat. ' leave out Ellis-she's
supposed to be really great, is not she? ' ' Oh yes-very calm and unruffled
and dignified,' stated Bobby. ' She'll be all right.' ' acquired any new tricks
to play, Janet?' requested Isabel. Janet regularly had a inventory of tips each
term, such a lot of them from her school-boy brother, who looked to be a real
scamp. Janet grinned.
' Wait and see,' she stated. ' besides, i guess i would higher cross carefully
now i am a fourth-former. cannot rag approximately a lot if you happen to get excessive up the
school. and i am going to paintings for my matric. examination, too, so i suppose I
won't have a lot time for tricks.' ' i assume you'll, all of the same,' said
Pat. ' Any new women, are you aware? ' ' or three,' stated Bobby. '
Hallo, Hilary! Had sturdy hols.?' Hilary Wentworth got here into the room, dark
and smiling. She have been at St. Clare's even longer than the twins.
' Hallo!' she acknowledged. ' sure, I had effective hols. I rode each day, and I
played tennis on our tough courtroom each day too. I say, who is the angel? '
' What do you suggest? ' requested the twins and Bobby.
' Oh, have not you noticeable her? ' acknowledged Hilary. ' She's simply arrived, complete
with posh new trunk, 3 tennis rackets; and a purse with gold.....
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