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advice for those about to start secondary school!

advice for those about to start secondary school!

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    • When you thinkabout starting anew school youmight feel. . .
    • When you thinkabout starting anew school youmight feel. . .
    • When you thinkabout starting anew school youmight feel. . .
    • When you thinkabout starting anew school youmight feel. . .
    • Either way, your going to have tostart, so lets get you prepped shallwe???
    • Either way, your going to have tostart, so lets get you prepped shallwe??? Okay, let’s begin with something fun… how about Homework!
    • Homework0 Let’s face it, whether you like it or not, you are going to get homework-lots of it.0 The best way to stop yourself becoming overwhelmed, is by completing your homework the day it is set.0 That way, when the weekend comes, you’ll have very little, or no homework to do at all!0 This can be a big ask, I know, but it is the best way to stay organised- and being organised in secondary school is very important.
    • Homework0 If you ever find homework difficult then call a friend, or talk to the teacher during your free time, they should be willing to help you out.0 Remember we live in the 21st century, the computer has been invented, so if you find the methods mentioned above a real chore then ask Google for help. He’s always available.
    • 0 You might start secondary school with friends you knew from primary school.Friends 0 This can be an advantage because it means you’ll not be lonely. 0 This can be a disadvantage if you want to move away from their crowd and start afresh.
    • 0 If you start secondary school without any of your old friends then don’t panic.Friends 0 There’ll be others just like you. 0 Start talking to people from the very first day, smile and wave when you see them and making friends should not be a problem!
    • Loneliness0 It is something we all dread, but being lonely in secondary school can and does happen.0 Sometimes it isn’t you. It can be other people who refuse to accept change.0 There isn’t any point in worrying.0 Start talking to people who seem friendly.0 There will be others who are also in need of a friend so look out for them too!0 If you find that none of the above helps then speak to a parent or teacher about it.0 Don’t keep quiet about it.
    • There will be teachers wholove you.And teachers who hate you. TeachersYou can’t please them all! Teachers, remember, are people, like you and I. They don’t enjoy having to shout over a noisy class, or waiting behind after school with unruly pupils. So ensure that you are on your best behaviour in lessons, and you won’t have a problem with any of them!
    • Exams0 You will have many tests during secondary school.0 It is important that you do well in all of them.0 When you are told you will be having a test, don’t leave revision until the last minute.0 Begin by doing half an hour each day, taking down notes, or repeating important points to memorise them.0 Get plenty of rest and eat healthily the day before the exam and you will do perfectly fine!
    • Detention0 Urgh detentions…nobody wants those.0 So avoid them by…0 Completing all homework for its due date0 Arriving on time to school and lessons0 Ensuring that you have all the books and equipment you need for each day packed in your bag the previous night0 Staying out of trouble!!!
    • Good Luck!0 Trust me secondary school won’t be easy but if you work hard, you’ll be very pleased with the results!0 If you have older siblings or friends ask them about their secondary school experiences, and their advice.0 If you ever have any problems at school, your parents/guardians/teachers are always there to offer help and support.0 Good Luck- a secondary school student!