It was the day before the exhibition and we were still setting up. I was wondering what the experience would be like and how much I would still learn.
The day of the exhibition had arrived and the Opening Ceremony was starting. After watching three other creative expression groups it was our turn, as we were heading on stage our videos came up. We sat down on stage and watched each other’s video once seeing mine and walking off stage I felt relieved and wanted to watch the rest of the ceremony.
After the ceremony was done all the year 6’s left to prepare for the exhibition, I went and got a laptop and stood at my station waiting for yoni and Daniel. Eventually we were all there and the parents started coming in. the first to my station was Mr Hannon and Mr Kennard.
Faster than I thought it was over everyone was leaving and I went to start to pack my laptop away on charge. (Knowing that I was coming back to use that laptop tonight).
That night when I came back to school at 7.25pm, we went back to our stalls and waited as just as many parents came to look. Daniel wasn’t there that night but yoni and I did just as well in getting our information out.
I think that the Exhibition wasn’t exactly how I thought it would be, but I really think that it helped me really tell everyone about my iniquity and my learning.
To me this video was about how , our generation should stop following the older generations foot steps. so are world can change. I think this is unfair because people don’t realise what they are doing. They damage the children , and the kids don’t know any better and they follow along. My point is we should make our own decisions and do the right thing.
The Olympics a time when the world can come together it isn’t all fair.
For example some of the people don’t compete because of their age and they’re too young it is like a person one year younger than you can he plays your game and you say no but he might make the game even more fun.
Secondly the government doesn’t support minor sports like taekwondo because I helped raise the money for it because our club had to raise the money for the Olympian to fly to London.
Third of all people be racist to each other because if there is a Arab and it is Israel’s turn the Arab judge would rate them down but in diving it is different they eliminate the highest score and the lowest score.
But it is not all bad there are a few good things about it.
People show good sportsmanship after a game they congratulate each other and hug and don’t be mean to each other.
Second of all every country gets to compete even If they are small country like Andorra and everyone in the world gets to be a part of it you can be a spectator and helper an athlete or a judge.
Finally people have fun and a good experience doing it for example trying for the scholarship is good practice for bigger tests in secondary.
I honestly believe that the Olympics I a good place even if bad things happen.
Being one of these kids, I could understand why he didn’t want to be alive. It is very sad that kids now have to kill themselves to not be bullied, instead of standing up to the bullies. I wonder why kids can be so mean and it’s nice to know some people in the world actually do care, and that they are being educated to stand up to terrible people. I hope one day the world can stand up for themselves and others and the world could become a better place.