East Angrier KIDS: From toothpaste to siblings find out what has been annoying the pupils at Sparhawk Infant School this week

Find out what's been annoying the kids at Sparhawk Infant School this week. Picture: Mustard TV

Find out what's been annoying the kids at Sparhawk Infant School this week. Picture: Mustard TV - Credit: Archant

To celebrate the start of the Easter Holidays, this week we bring you East Anglia KIDS with the pupils at Sparhawk Infant School in Norwich - tackling issues including siblings, toothpaste, and playing KerPlunk.

This week it's sleeping in the firing line - 'I wish I could put the word sleeping in the bin because I hate it.'

'I find going to bed annoying because my brother always knocks on my wall very loudly and nearly knocks it down on my bed,' said another.

Other gripes of the week include toothpaste, brothers who make you play football matches in the garden, and a popular family game - 'I do like playing KerPlunk, but not all the time.'

The pupils are also peeved about sisters – 'my sisters always get on my nerves when they have pillow fights.


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'When I had a wobbly tooth they chucked a pillow at my face and my tooth fell out and I put blood all over the pillow.

'Dad was really cross.'

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