The learning process; what we learnt at school – not lessons but interrelationships, class structure, competitiveness, authority, mortification, group preferences, etc.; habits of behaviour or feeling reactions developed during those years – puberty occurs at this time, and confronts us with many new feelings, choices and drives. School friend: Your own attitudes developed in school, as you are ‘meeting’ them in the present. School clothes: Social attitudes or moral rules learnt at school. Places in school: Particular abilities we have – Library: Our knowledge and learning ability; stored information. Gymnasium: Taking risks in learning something new; daring; physical health. Classroom: Study; relationship with authority; whatever sense of oneself engendered by school.