Yesterday I went back to school after the holidays, I am now in year (English years) and that is the start of my GCSEs and the teachers are giving my LOADS of homework, i have had 6 lessons so far in the year (two on the first day and i missed one today due to an extended form time) and for homework (that i have now completed because i do my homework on the day) i have had to;
- Make a mood board on ugly dolls.
- Make a page in my book about the most important events in the 20th century (one of them i put as the first Harry Potter book being realised)
- Cover my history book
- Make a climate graph
- Cover my geography book
- Make another mood bored on a architectural designer
- Bring in a reading book
So yeah- a lot, i don't know how i am going to cope with all the homework, so i have made a strict 'get home, finish ALL homework, then go on stardoll' policy, this also means i will not be able to post very much (sorry)
The title of this post, is based on when my Maths teacher told us our first GCSE is going to be in March and will count for a 3rd of our overal mark , and then the truth dawn on my that i am not a little kid any more, i have to start being responsible, life is short and i don't want to spend it doing something i do not like because i did not get the right qualifications.
Life is short, don't waste it