My School Essay

My name is Sahil Ahmad. I am going to tell you about my school. The name of my school is Madina Public High School Nooripora. It is one of the top schools in my neighbourhood. It is a co-educational school. Currently, about 500 boys and girls are enrolled in school. It has a massive three-story E-shaped building. It has 16 classrooms, a large staff room, and a lovely office. All of the classrooms are neat and tidy. They are large and well-ventilated. In addition, there is a large playground in front of the school.

My school also contains a lot of school facilities, such as a library, computer rooms, a laboratory, and so on. The library is a place where we can borrow books. There are many different types of books, such as Science, English, Geography, and History books. We have computer classes in the computer room. My school has three computer labs. They’re all on the second storey. A laboratory is a place where students conduct experiments. We occasionally go there for science lessons.

My School has many nice teachers, and our principal is Mr. Mohammad Afzal Mir.  He is a kind and humorous person. We don’t have any stress when we are beside him. And I have 6 class teachers. They are very helpful and kind. When we have any problems on study, they’ll help us patiently. 

There are 50 pupils in my class. Saika is the best student in my class. She has the same English name as me. She’s good at all the subjects, especially English and Mathematics. Although she is smart, she likes playing with us too. She always helps us in our homework and plays with us when taking break.

My first class begins at 9.30 a.m., and we have a total of four classes in the morning. During the day, most lessons have a short break in between them. Unless it rains, we take a 30-minute break between lessons 2 and 3 and undertake an organised physical exercise on the playground. From 1 to 2 p.m., we eat lunch. After lunch in the school canteen, some of us stay at school. Some students return home for lunch and possibly a nap if they live near the school. We have two lessons in the afternoon, which end at 4 p.m.

At the end of the school, some of us go straight home but many of us stay for various activities such as basketball, football, table tennis, dancing, gymnastics, and so on. Every day, I look forward to this time. However, as we progress through the years and the urge to study increases, we will most likely have to give it up.

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