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School Essays - My school

Dear children, here is a simple essay for you all on the topic 'My school'. You can make changes wherever necessary.

Introduction

A school is a place where we study many subjects and also learn many other useful things like discipline, punctuality, sharing, obeying and many more things. Apart from studying we also play games and do physical exercises for good health. We also learn drawing, painting, music and making art work in the school. We take part in the school cultural activities and sports events and thus improve our talents in the school.

About my school

The name of my school is ____________ (children, you can write the name of your school in the blank and don't write these words given in the brackets). My school is situated in a beautiful locale with lush green trees around which gives a natural beauty to my school. The school starts at ___ a.m in the morning (children, in the blank space you need to write the time your school starts). We all assemble in the ground for the morning assembly and then disperse to our classes after the assembly.

In our school, there are classes from L.K.G to 12. There is a big playground in our school where we enjoy playing during the P.T periods and also we have annual Sport Day of our school in the month of November / December. There is even a cricket court where we practice playing cricket. There is a big library in our school with a good collection of books and we can even borrow books from our school library. The school has even science labs and a computer lab as well.
We have a two drawing periods a week which we enjoy the most. We love coloring and we are encouraged by our drawing sir / madam. We also have a music period and a work experience period once a week. We learn doing many hand art and these are displayed in our school exhibitions. Our school even celebrates Annual Days every year in the month of January / February and we all are encouraged to participate in the cultural events.

Conclusion

I feel that my school is one of the best schools in the city and I like my school very much. The teachers in my school are quite strict but at the same time they very friendly and helpful too. Our teachers guide us well and look to all our needs. I love my teachers and my school very much and I am proud to be a student of this wonderful school.

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