On the 24th of February, when it was two minutes to twelve o’clock in Newham General Hospital, everyone went totally hushed because a new, normal junior would be born. Still, I was a king full of love, hope, adventure, and success to my parents! My “near-the-beginning” years of life started at the nursery, where I learned to be self-confident and interact with other people to overcome speech therapy. While I was in nursery, I also learnt to speak better English and started to make new friends; the nursery was so enjoyable and entertaining because we had animals to pet daily and were allowed to play all day long; we also made biscuits and cakes for everybody!
When I was about to finish the nursery, my classmates and I went on many trips and had many parties because many of the nursery students were changing school for primary. Nearly all my friends had left before nursery finished, so I was lonely for a few weeks. My mum and I were already planning what I was going to do in summer, like going to Lego-land and going around to my aunt’s house. I was also getting prepared for primary… My first day in primary was amazing and interesting because I met new teachers and students. The first few weeks were fun, but it was getting hard and challenging. My class and I were getting prepared for our year 2 tests already. We all got worried by all the work we were doing.
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As I got older, I started to get into football and many other sports in my day-to-day life. I started to support a football team called “Liverpool” because many magnificent football players entertained me and were always triumphant. While I was in football, I had an exceedingly vast interest in cooking, but I kept it quiet because I thought my sister would pick on me. Years went by quickly, and I was already in year 6; now, I’m getting ready for the most significant test of my life so far. When the day came to do the exams, I was really terrified and nervous; it was a drawn-out day doing all the exams, but I got through it. As it finished, my friends and I were all joyful and enjoying life for now. We were told that our result would be back in five weeks, so everyone relaxed and had a pleasurable time.
The day came we were getting the SATs results: everyone was intimidated like mice; one by one we had to walk through the long corridor, getting anxious by every step; I entered the room, I got the marks: it was a level 5 in Math’s 5 in science and only a 4 in English. My parents were exceedingly pleased, and so in the summer holidays, we went to America and Canada for my present. My results were significant to see what secondary school I would be established in. I desired to get into a private school where the teachers would be sincerely kind, polite and educated to educate everyone else. Seeing that days and weeks went past, I was getting even more eager to see what private school I would be able to go to.
Another critical day of my life came to see what school I got accepted in. I got a post from the school as I was opening the letter and I was getting horrified by the looks of the small letter font and the next second I was screaming as I got into one of the greatest private schools on the land; I was as happy as the smiling sun! The third stage was about to start in a private school in Chigwell called Guru Gobind Singh Khalsa College. I started on 7th September with many other children; we became friends instantly as the first day of school started even though we could not locate a way around school because it was enormous, but the teachers and other school students assisted us around the school.
Year 7 was truly tricky because the teachers were trying to split the year into higher and lower groups; we all got plenty of homework on the first day; when it was time for year 8, they split the year into higher and lower classes; I was called to be in the lower class, and I got awfully disappointed and was about to shed tears! On the next day of school, I was shifted to the higher class because they said I could get healthier marks. I was then as cheerful as a newborn baby. Time was going fast; I was already getting organized for our GCSEs, so we had heaps of homework, revising extremely intensively. By year 9, I already started my GCSE; it was even problematical because I had to accomplish my coursework and homework and revise all the time! I barely spent time with my family, but I was told it would all pay off, so I attempted my finest in studying.
Many temptations were taking me off from studying, such as computer games, toys, and chiefly TV; it was demanding to overcome. In the closing stages of year 9, I sat my science and maths GCSE; after them, it was time to get back to enjoying life whilst waiting for my GCSE results. The end of a tough year came close as summer holidays were coming up. I was expecting my GCSE results on the 16th of August. Therefore, I had an amusing and blissful life with my schoolmates and my previous school friends. However, while I was enjoying my holiday’s time went past dreadfully quickly, and it was close upon receiving my results. On the 16th of August, I had got my report of the GCSE I had taken. I gaze carefully through the letter, and I catch a glimpse of my marks and am not proud of myself because I only got a B overall in maths and Science.
Then after seeing my marks, I was pleased, and in a decent tone, I told my parents, and their reaction was a pleasant response. I had another three weeks of holidays left, so I tried to make the most of it, but there was a drawback of holidays in my school because I had a lot of holiday homework left to complete. Whilst in my holidays I was thinking of becoming a pharmacist because it is a pleasurable and interesting job that will also help the public if they need aid on what medicines to take. Becoming a pharmacist would create an easier and enjoyable life and educate me in various parts of life. In my petite and gracious life so far, I had numerous fears and had overcome them, but I had a lot of other fears to overcome, such as Heights, bugs and the dark.