Thursday, 12 April 2018

What is a school?

What is a school?
A learning centre is what it is. It’s a place where children five to thirteen go to study. Learning is a field of study which helps the brain to develop knowledge about topics such as reading, writing, maths and inquiry. To get more information about what a school is keep reading, information such as what happens at school, why it is important and how most schools are developed.

During school, different activities happen throughout the day. Although all schools are different so my data may be diverse from other schools. Anyways around 9:00 am school begins. Students come to class and the teacher then does a roll call. Once they finish the day will begin with the first activity. It could be maths, reading, maths, or even fitness. Then throughout the rest of the day, classes do other activities like, swimming, p.e., other subjects, assembly, and music

During this century, finding a job is quite a mission. It’s like trying to find a pair of socks but ten times worse. But what happens if you go to school? Let me tell you that the chances of you getting a successful career boost like rockets flying to the moon. If you achieve higher marks during your schooling days, in a good ten or more years it would be much easier to apply for a academic or scholarly business/jobs.

A school starts with a person or a group of people wanting to make a school. So with that they need to have a good education, know how to operate the school, be able to find teachers that will teach, and heaps more. Once they get it approved, students will start to enroll and soon enough a business plan will come along. Teachers get hired, the school starts to get upgraded, and of course a school name is chosen.

Well now we have come to an end. Hopefully now you know what a school really is. Here’s a quick recap for those who don’t remember, schools have all sorts of activities and subjects for kids to learn throughout the day, going to school is worth it and beneficial, and a school starts off with a group or person wanting to create one.

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