|Bench to the Sky|
by Liz Sherwood
The summer can be a fruitful and relaxing season, but what do the teachers and pupils find most favourable about this time of year? Why is it that most people find the summer so favorable (or not so, as the case may be)? There are many people with the views of summer that you would expect, but there are also some very original perspectives here.
Kalvin Cheung (Yr 10): Football in the sun
Mr. Doyle: Results day
Rob Holden (Yr 12): Ice-creams
Anthony Muscat (Yr 10): Time to go on holiday
Mr. Crénel: The nice weather and time off to be with my family
James Duff (Yr 10): Barbeques
Mr. Disley: I Hate Summer!
Al Harding (Yr 11): The heat
Mr Price: Sunshine
Ed Harding (Yr 13): Holidays and the sun
Francesca Kooner-Evans (Yr 10): Sitting outside
Tim Bustin (Yr 12): No School!
Ben Row (Yr 11): The sun
Alex Beard (Yr 11): eating chilled ice-cream
Nicholas Ng (Yr 7): Ice-cream
Mr. Lemieux: Holidays and sun anywhere but Britain
Katherine Lemieux (Yr10): On the internet tumblring
Lucy Cole (Yr 13): Freedom!
Tom Ross (Yr 8): Seeing lots of different people
Dr. Galliver: The cricket season
Abby Moss (Yr 10): Holidays. The fact that it’s warm, going to the beach.
Tom Brett (Yr 12) & Harry Dry (Yr 12): Mr. Robbies parties (Cream Pull)
Madelaine Shand (Yr 13): Beach and the sun
Mr. Puchades: I don’t have to teach you lot
Harriet Hammans, Megan Dennis and Francesca Clayton (Yr 10): Eating, travelling and going to different countries.
Harrison Whitworth (Yr 11): No school
Mr. Kirby: The holidays and being free
Henry Ling (Yr 10): As the saffron sun rises (or doesn’t knowing Britain) over the horizon we are reminded of hope and freedom.
Kelvin Shiu (Yr 10): Extended summer homework from my beloved teachers and revision (it will also be nice to escape from the unexpected wrath of the precarious British weather, but mainly the homework).
The summer is the season which most people find pleasurable and we hope from this you can understand why.