Sunday, 20 September 2015


I'll admit, I actually liked school. I wasn't one of the popular ones but I did have a group of friends that I have amazing memories with. I did have days where I didn't want to go, or I couldn't be bothered to do my homework or revise for a test. But I'd do anything to be back there right now. 

Although I actually liked school, I'll admit it did change who I was, and sometimes it was into the person I never said I'd become. I'll admit I had my bitchy moments, the moments where I'd lie my way out of a situation, or lie that I wasn't allowed to go somewhere just because I didn't want to go. And I probably got mad when people did the same to me. But with all that said I wouldn't change any of it. I'd shaped me to the person I've become today. Yes, I'm completely different to the 11 year old that started at high school. But without going through all the stages in school that everyone swears they wont change or become, you do. That's part of a normal teenagers life. 

When your teachers tell you to research, homework or revision it's generally a really good idea to actually do it. It might not seem worth the time or the energy, but in the long run it's usually worth it. If you don't the only person you're hurting is yourself.

No matter how you feel about school, the teachers or people there, you're going to miss it. You're going to miss the routine, the structure, the people and the socialising. It might not feel like it when you're actually there but speak to anyone who's in a job now and they'll agree that there's parts of school that they really miss.


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