The interior of our school has had several major changes this year. My name is Natalie and as a school council president and a Year 11 student in the Wolsey class, I wanted to share with you my feelings about our new classroom and hallway that were renovated and changed over the summer break this year.
The Y10/Y11 classroom is more modern and cosy thanks to the new design. Almost everything is brand new and very nice. Having a new desk that has room for both my computer and textbooks is great for keeping my workspace tidy and organised. I couldn't praise the new chairs more: they are very comfortable. The white perforated panels lining each of our seats offer more privacy and allow me to concentrate on my studies without distractions. In addition, they make lovely decorations.
I was also impressed and still am with the transformation of our main hallway. Here you will find computers for both secondary and primary students to use for homework or recess fun. There are also comfortable chairs, armchairs, and pufs that all students love. It's a great place to relax and hang out with friends.
Overall, I think the renovated spaces are very nice. I would like to sincerely thank the school for investing the time and attention into creating them, because it is always better to study in a nicer and more comfortable environment, which is what the school has provided for us.
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We put a strong emphasis on the development on subject specific skills rather than on acquisition of knowledge.
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