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Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Student Essay - My School – by Lee Do A, Year 9, Sayfol International School
My School – by Lee Do A, Year 9, Sayfol International School
I have been studying in Sayfol International School for two years. I have many complaints about my school. Most of my school-mates have the same complaints.
Firstly, Sayfol is dirty. There is rubbish everywhere. There are many rubbish bins but students throw their rubbish everywhere because they are too lazy to go to the rubbish bins. The classrooms are also full of rubbish. Some naughty students play basketball with their litter in the classroom. Moreover, the toilets stink. The toilets in Sayfol are filthy. I think it is because there are only two cleaners to clean all the toilets so they only clean them once a day.
Secondly, there are many Korean students. They speak Korean all the time so they have difficulty improving their English. They speak English only when the teacher is around. When the teacher is gone, they speak their own language again. They are very naughty. They play very loudly. It disturbs other students when they are studying. If they play softly, it is not so bad, but they make a lot of noise.
Thirdly, Sayfol is small. The classrooms, in particular, are very small. Many students and teachers use the rooms but the classrooms are too small for all of them. The rooms are too small even to walk in. We have difficulty concentrating because we can hear a lot of noise from the classrooms next door. The canteen is also very small and therefore, crowded. It is full of students during break time. Sometimes, primary school students get hurt when they run in that small area.
In my opinion, Sayfol is not a very good place for studying or playing. It is dirty small and there are too many Korean students speaking their own language all the time.