I didn’t come to school last Monday, which was actually Teacher’s Day. Yes I was too lazy to come to school. Firstly, we’re in the middle of an examination and to add to that, I don’t think most of the teachers want to see me in school. Just so you know, I’m having a little bit of a drama with some of the teachers in this school. What it’s about, I don’t think any of you have to know. So, instead of detention, Amirah wants us to write about what happened on the day itself.
So I went around school, asking people about what happened on that day. Okay, frankly, that is a lie. All I did was talk to my friend Faten, and asked her to write some notes about that day. Therefore, whatever I write here is according to what Faten wrote. I was told that the day started with the usual assembly at the field we always have on Teacher’s Day. Some teachers gave their speeches. Our head prefect gave hers too. I asked Faten whether the students sat or stood up the whole time because I think I heard Wei Hung say that the students sat down and the prefects were scolded by Mr Fletcher? But in the contrary, Faten said they all stood up the whole time. So, I don’t really know what happened. Anyhow, I wouldn’t mind if they sat down. They’re humans, not robots.
They had a break for a while after the assembly and there was a tele-match between the teachers. I can get the picture of it, students cheered happily while the teachers played as hard as they could. Typical. Meanwhile, in the hall some students, or performers, practiced their performances. After the tele-match is over, the students and teachers rushed into the hall and took their seats. I can also picture the situation in the hall. It must have been really noisy and jam-packed and all those sad little students had to sit on the floor. Again, typical.
Teachers and students are then entertained by a few performances. I don’t know who performed. Tried to ask my friends, but even they don’t know who sang. Oh I know one...
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