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Tuesday, 29 November 2011




My typical school day

By pipapip (Age 14)

This is my favourite day:

6:00 -  Wake up                                         6:30 - Shower

7:00 -  Breakfast                                          7:15 - Piano practice or lunchbox making

7:30 - Brush teeth and put shoes on        7:45 - Leave for school

8:00 - At school, collect homework         8:30 - Sit down for register

8:45 to 9:20 - Assembly                              9:20 - D.T.

9:55 - Break time                                         10:20 - Geography

11:30 - Art (yay!)                                         12:40 - Lunch

13:00 - Netball club or speech practise    13:30 - Register

13:50 - French                                               14:25 - History

15:00 - Maths                                                 15:35 - End of school

 

Please comment!!!

 

Thanks

pipapip

 





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  • superdog7 (Age 15) wrote on Tuesday, 29 November 2011 @ 12:39

    sound pretty good

  • Millz8 (Age 14) wrote on Tuesday, 29 November 2011 @ 13:54

    cool

  • kicky105 (Age 15) wrote on Tuesday, 29 November 2011 @ 16:05

    cool!

  • redhorse10 (Age 16) wrote on Tuesday, 29 November 2011 @ 16:25

    That sounds too early !! Mine is: wake up at 7:30am (too early :( ) eat breakfast until 7:45, get ready until 8:20 and then leave. School starts at 8:50, then I have random lessons until break at 11.10 until half 11, lunch at 1.30 to 2.20, hometime 3.30, get home at 4-ish usually and whatever until bed at 10ish. :)

  • CandyEllz (Age 13) wrote on Tuesday, 29 November 2011 @ 16:29

    Nice.

  • diver1 (Age 14) wrote on Tuesday, 29 November 2011 @ 16:36

    cool

  • millieboo (Age 12) wrote on Tuesday, 29 November 2011 @ 17:47

    Busy! My school finishs at 15:15!

  • footygirl (Age 14) wrote on Tuesday, 29 November 2011 @ 18:13

    You wake up really early! I wake up at 8 everyday because school isn't until 9 and I live down the road from school.

  • yoi6 (Age 14) wrote on Tuesday, 29 November 2011 @ 20:53

    I wake at like 8ish.

  • turtlebiff (Age 15) wrote on Wednesday, 30 November 2011 @ 09:37

    Wow your dedicated to practice piano!!!!!

  • Prunnie (Age 12) wrote on Wednesday, 30 November 2011 @ 12:36

    Sounds fun!!!!! :D

  • Ellie-mo (Age 15) wrote on Wednesday, 30 November 2011 @ 13:02

    My school doesn't start til 9:25 and finishes at 3:55!

  • sweetcandy (Age 13) wrote on Wednesday, 30 November 2011 @ 16:14

    I wake up at 8! 'Cos school is at nine and I am just down the road!

  • pipapip (Age 14) wrote on Wednesday, 30 November 2011 @ 16:18

    thank you!!!! once i sneezed at a sleepover at 5:30 and woke 13 people up!!!!!!

  • looby99 (Age 15) wrote on Wednesday, 30 November 2011 @ 18:35

    i agree with redhorse, thats like an hour more school than most people

  • puppy8 (Age 15) wrote on Thursday, 1 December 2011 @ 10:45

    Thats early! i can get up whenever i like :) cos i am home educated! yey! :)

  • peace111 (Age 15) wrote on Monday, 5 December 2011 @ 19:29

    lucksters puppy8! i wake up around 7 and skl doesnt finish till 4!!!!!!! then i always stay for some club! like this wednesday im going on a trip 2 c some thearte and we get back at eleven!!! :o





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