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Find out if your child is pictured in the Lowestoft Journal’s First Class school photo booklet

PUBLISHED: 08:26 09 November 2017 | UPDATED: 08:26 09 November 2017

Blundeston Primary School.   First Class 2017 - Lowestoft Journal.     Picture: James Bass

Blundeston Primary School. First Class 2017 - Lowestoft Journal. Picture: James Bass

(C) JAMES BASS PHOTOGRAPHY

Each year we send our team of professional photographers to capture primary school children across Lowestoft and the surrounding areas as they embark on their journey through school in their very first class.

This year our photographers headed out to 20 schools where they pictured 911 pupils in 34 classes. All of the photographs taken will form a pull-out First Class booklet which will sit inside the Lowestoft Journal newspaper on Friday 10 November.

Scroll through the list of schools below to see if you can expect to see your child in print.

You can also purchase the pictures by clicking here and selecting the First Class 2017 option which will be available nearer the time.

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