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“When This Is All Over”

One of our Year 9 students, Khadija, who has been attending school, wrote the below piece ‘When This Is All Over” during a recent English session:
“Life is boring now. It’s hectic. People stressing, people full of rage it’s become a routine. Schools have been abandoned, social media has taken over our society. Everybody’s becoming lazy and relying on their phones, a sad lack of physical activity I say. Boredom has become scarcely endurable.
I look forward to going out with my friends again, being able to experience fresh air again, I miss eating out and enjoying participating in activities. I want to go holiday again, escape this chaos and enjoy myself with my family as if it was normal.
But it isn’t normal, everywhere you look people are wearing masks, less cars and shops closed. On the other hand, This impacts the way we take these little things like: (going to the shops, meeting up with friends, taking walks down the street etc..) for granted. By the time this is over I want to try new things out I couldn’t do before. I want to change, become a better person and covid 19 has made me reflect on life. Having time away from people gives us all time to think about our choices. After all this isn’t so bad….”

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26th June 2020 – Vol 36 | No 36