Emma talks about the thing she’d change.
TranscriptI think I would make sure that in primary school, that the people that were there specifically for me were used not for cleaning out the library because it put me back a bit in the way that because I was quiet at primary school and I used to whisper and all sorts so obviously and writing was illegible so I think that’s what I would do. But that was ages ago and all the rest of it has been pretty positive.
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