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Yesterday and Today, we will help the teachers with the Year 6s. The sessions have actually been very good. The kids have been very happy about it, and the other Peer Mentors have been very enthusiastic about it, as well.
Me, and fellow Year 8 friends have been selected by a teacher to be Peer Mentors, a few weeks back. Today, Year 6s were in for their 2nd Transition Day.
Last night, the Year 6s and their parents came in, and me and my friends helped them by showing them around the school.
One time, last night, there was a conversation starting based on me. A friend of mine didn't know that I was Romanian. She didn't know that I was Romanian? Most of the school does know that I’m Romanian - and they know that for a fact.
The conversation continued on by talking about saying things right - especially American things. We talked about how to say hello in an American accent to actually talk about hockey - which brings me to the next point.
A friend of mine lived in Vancouver, Canada for about 7 weeks and he told us how was there - from how to talk to actually be the only one British in the class - fact : he was only 7 when he went there .
So, if any of you are Canadian and lived in Vancouver, please tell me of you have known a British person called George C. (Sorry, I’m not allowed to give all of the name 😞) and maybe I'mma give a shoutout to say that you know him.
But maybe he might not know you. Oh, well? Doesn't matter. He was only 7 years old when he went there - he might have actually have forgotten you. Oh, well? He will probably remember. #WhoKnows?
But anyway, comment down below and tell me about your memories with George - if you have one, with the #GeorgeinVancouver
Today, the Year 6s came in again and, as it happened three days in a row, I had to wake up early, but not that early : I only woke up at 6:50am - not that early is it?
I’ve had so much fun doing this, even though there has been a few problems going on today :
In these 2 days that I’ve actually helped the Year 6s and the teachers, I’ve actually realized how hard it is to help other kids and help them how to be a bit more grown up. Isn't it very hard to become a teenager and you have to think about what you will you do with your life. You shouldn't be! You are only 13 year old teenagers!! Live your life.
I know that I’ve only wrote a little today, but as small as it can be, there's a lot of things in there that will make you understand how hard life will get, gradually, when you get older.
See you tomorrow, to tell you more about “Bugsy Malone” production.
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