Goodness me this is such a bloody sad post to be making and I am swallowing my pride a bit to be honest in making it but here is my situation:
I have recently started at a new sixth form where there are plenty of new people (I think around 70) but at the same time the majority are carried over from Year 11.
In my old high school I knew everybody and would go out and go to parties pretty much every weekend. I was really close with my year group. I suppose I got used to this as it was my routine since mid-Year 10.
I started Sixth Form this Wednesday and so finished my third day today, and maybe I am over-reacting or over-thinking things here but I am worried about being able to make friends and get back to this sort of routine.
I have been sitting on my own in a few lessons which sort of hurts my pride/ego I guess for someone who was pretty popular in high school.
My best friend is also at the Sixth Form with me so it is not like I am a loner at lunch and break times (thank God or I couldn't cope) but I just feel like a bit of a loser to be honest.
Will this subside or is two years too short to make friends with these people and infiltrate their social circles even though they have known each other for five years already?
Making friends at Sixth Form
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