Hello everyone! How was your weekend, any nice wins to report? Won another Goodreads book and a free pint of Carling from their iPint app, but I do have one other win to report – I have finally won a break away! Yes, you read that correctly, after years of trying I have finally managed to win a holiday related prize – hurrah! I have won a romantic mini-break at Chiltern Valley B&B in Oxfordshire, including a two hour vineyard and Brewery tour – I am really rather excited! I won the comp through Mills & Boon and despite having missed their first email somehow they were kind enough to chase me up with a second, which I quickly responded to So just goes to show that perseverance pays off and you realty can win those Wish List prizes if you just keep trying!
Well we are in the home straight now, less than two weeks to go now until the kids go back to school. We have had some fun this summer, as well as some boring days for the kids when we have been working or doing chores, but I don’t think a little boredom is a bad thing. Entertaining the little ones all day every day doesn’t set them up to have a very good imagination I don’t think; they need time to work out games on their own and realise that we are not there to tell them what to do every second of the day. Still, I am rather glad that the end is in sight now as the girls are starting to get on each other’s nerves and it is almost time to get back to some sort of normality, routine and into early nights again.
If you have little ones going back to or starting school in September have you finished all your shopping for uniform, shoes and accessories? Just a pair of shoes and a pencil case left to get here and then we will be done. Back to school shopping can be a very expensive thing though, especially if you have more than one child to buy for or have older children at high school. Here at The PrizeFinder we want to help lighten the load of back to school, shopping, by offering you the chance to win in our fabulous monthly members-only competition. Join in with this month’s comp and you could be wining £50 to spend at Tesco on whatever you want – pick up some uniform essentials, a new backpack, stationery goodies or just fill up the fridge and cupboards ready for all those packed lunches and after school snacks.
To enter all you need to do is to tell me in the comments below what your favourite subject at school was. For me it would probably be English Literature – so many books and just not enough time in the day! You need to be a registered PrizeFinder member and logged into your account to enter. One entry per person and one winner will be chosen at random after the closing date of 23:59 on Sunday 30th August 2015.
Happy comping everyone, and lots of Lucky dust to you all!
Terms & Conditions
- The prize is a £50 voucher for Tesco
- The closing date for entries is 23:59 on Sunday 30th August 2015.
- Open to UK residents aged 18 or over
- Entrants must be registered PrizeFinder users and logged in to their account
- Entrants must leave a comment on the blog answering the question “What was your favourite subject at school?”
- Only one entry per person
- One winner will be chosen at random from all entries
- The winner will be notified by email within 7 days of the closing date, and must confirm their postal address within 28 days or an alternative winner will be selected
I loved art because we studied history of art as well and it's given me a lifelong love of art and artists.
I loved Home Economics, the food I enjoyed making the most was pizza and spaghetti bolognese from all fresh ingredients.
Maths was my favourite (until A-level when it became way too hard!)
I loved Music! The only subject I ever got an A or B in, only thing I was ever interested in!
probably helped that the teacher was very good looking and nice
mine was p.e
Home Economics which was a combination of lessons in one, cooking, sewing, budgeting, cleaning, ironing. Lessons that could do with being taught today as they are essentials for everyone
Maths was always my favourite - mainly because I was good at it :D
My favourite subject at school was Dance. It was over 55 years ago and it is probably not taught in the same way nowadays! We used to wear little tunics and dance in bare feet to classical music. None of your modern pop for us back then!
I was quite creative and would choreograph airy fairy dances which most of my "more normal" friends hated! My teacher loved it though!.
Although I didn't free-dance after I left school I did become a keep fit instructor and worked out routines to the latest pop music. I did try to introduce some "free movement" but my class hated it so I soon gave that up! I taught for over 20 years and still like to do Zumba although as a member of the class.
My favourite subject was History. Old/Ancient History to be exact. I still love it and I would actually love to work in a museum. :)
My Favourite was definitely going home time
Mine was English!
My favourite subject at school was maths.
Mine was German, I dropped sciences to do languages when I moved to Scotland after living for 5 years in...... Germany!! I managed quite well in spite of not paying a lot of attention, lol.
French, it still comes in handy when we go on holiday
art and design
Biology,my website is full of cures and treatments for mental illness.
I liked geography, but I think it was a bit different to the Geography they study nowadays.
I enjoyed physics the best at school. We had a really great teacher called Mr Jones who was always really animated and made you think about how physics affected you in your daily life. We also got to do lots of experiments and make things which was fun.
I loved French, possibly the only subject I enjoyed, so much I studied it at university.
I loved geography because I loved learning about different places in the world
My favourite subject was English, even in Primary School and I was often commended for my 'compositions' as essays were called in the 'olden days'......
I love english at school
English and still love to read - it was my best subject which may have had something to do with it as well.
Sport for me. I went on to teach it for my career.
my favourite subject was English, loved writing stories ,in one lesson we had to write about our hobbies iwrote and illustrated snail keeping which I did and enjoyed, I can remember being called up to the desk by our English teacher in a lesson because he didn't believe me about my hobby he said he,d never heard of it before and said I was making it all up well I stood my ground and my sister had to confirm this as true that I did snail keeping he was flabbergasted and apologised and I got top marks in the class for how I,d portrayed it all out indepth with pictures I was very happy , super duper giveaway indeed too
My favourite subject was history
My favourite subject was history