School has definitely been the best time of my life...
Before you go to university it's all about "the freedom you will have"...you can party every night, not go to class and do lots of other things that you may not have been allowed to do so in school but it comes with added responsibilty...but then again, it's different for everybody!
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- 12-07-2005 04:10
- 12-07-2005 09:14
was definately a good time for me especially sixth form, was quality. just hoping uni will be even better days!
- 12-07-2005 09:40
I hated Primary school, we had a small class, and i was really quiet so i didn't make that many friends. Then all the people from my primary school became popular in secondary school except me. But i enjoyed year11 more, because i got closer to the four friends i met in y9 and i made another mate that i met this year. So i would say up till year11, it wasn't the best time of my life that much.Year11 was the best.
- 12-07-2005 10:56
i am switching schools hoping to have a good end to school life
- 12-07-2005 11:35
I got bullied a lot when i was a kid up to the age of like 12 by my classmates and then i sort of separated from them cause i couldnt take it anymore. Luckily, i used to play football in my neighbourhood and there was one girl that i hung out with who was in the year above me. Slowly, slowly we got to be really good friends and i started hanging out with the people in the class above me. I absolutely love school now because i have really really good friends who are always there for me... But.. now they have left school and i have one more year left... On their last day, i was crying my eyes out cause they're all leaving and im going to be the school loner again. Eventhough i do get along with my classmates, i find them incredibly superficial cause all they talk about is going out, guys, who they're going to **** etc and im not particularly interested in all that..
But up to now, im quite happy with my school days..we'll see what happens next year though..im absolutely dreading it though
(Original post by God86)
- 12-07-2005 12:00
You always hear this cliche bounded about but is it really true?
I guess you can answer this once you have been at school for a good few years but better if you've left.
For me, because of my attitude towards school (ie it was a place to learn but I made friends and had good times along the way), I had a good time but it could have been better.
Therefore I think (hope!) that I will have better times in my life than my school days - I'm not saying that I didn't enjoy them; I didnt get bullied or anything, but they served their purpose and hopefully the good qualifications it gave me will make for better times in the future.
Your views and why?
There is less pressure and certainly less economic pressure. From an academic point of view its much more structured - you have to do less for yourself which is great.
Of course uni is good too.. but as yet I havent found it as relaxing or well... fun... as school - that though is just my opinion