The first day is always the hardest. You go from being the leaders of the school, to the babies of the school.
It was the first day and everybody was full of both excitement and fear. I looked around, I saw a bunch of crowded newbies all around me, anxiously awaiting the bell, at the start the only person I could recognise was Chiara. Chiara is one of my best friends; we went through primary school together.
Gradually more and more people showed up, until I could barely move. A few of them I recognised from my old primary. I saw Iris and quickly rushed over to join her, she was with Vanessa, one of her friends from out of school. I saw that they were deep in conversation and I didn’t want to interrupt them, so I went over to Tlake instead.
As we were talking the bell went, so we said are goodbyes and rushed off to find our lines on the basketball court. This assembly was pretty, much just introducing the year 7 co-odernater, the principle, our form teachers, and some of the other people that would be teaching us this year.
Once we got into class, we got straight into it. First we had a tour around the school, and then we got given our diaries, timetables and told which teachers we were going to have for each subject. At last the long wait was over. We finally go given our locker numbers! Luckily I got given a top one, which is good for me because I’m tall.
As we were putting our bags away I couldn’t help but wonder the rest of the day was going to be like. I mean I was already having so much, how it could get any better. I thought I would miss primary school but to tell you the truth, I don’t. Well I do miss my old friends but high school rocks!
There was only a few minutes left so Miss Hart (our form teacher) decided to go over a few rules. Half way through the bell went. We all quickly ran out the door, curious and ready to explore this new world we had just entered. There were only two people in my class from my primary school, Monique and...
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