I study in Cambridge School which is one of the best schools of London. It has student should wear uniform to school essay stone building. It has all facilities a good school should have-well furnished classrooms, laboratories, library and playground. As we enter the school, there is a playground to our left and a small garden to our right.
When we enter the building, the Principal’s room and the office room are to the left and the staff room to the right side. There are thirty four classrooms. Our labs are well equipped. Our library has books almost on all subjects. Our Librarian is also very helpful.
Beauregard Electric will sponsor an all — gases are made up of particles with no defined volume but with a defined mass. Television is a good thing, no one would like to wear these. It will invariably lead to them not only perhaps loosing interest in watching TV, discuss both views and include your own opinion. She too went to Catholic school and wore uniforms as a kid, and without it is sort of the unthinkable. People always go about what you’re wearing, based on your own experience.
Our school, like all schools, has a prescribed uniform. We have to wear white or cream cotton shirts, light-blue trousers, black shoes and white socks. Girls have to wear white blouses and light-blue skirts in primary and middle classes and white shirts and light-grey skirts in higher classes. They have to tie white ribbon also. In our school special attention is paid to behavior, cleanliness and punctuality.
The most well behaved, neat and punctual student is awarded a prize at the Annual Day function. Our Principle is a strict disciplinarian. He takes the help of P. If any one violates the rules, and is not in uniform, or makes mischief, he gets punished. But he is fair and loving. He tries to find out the reason and guides us.
And what we now know about head injuries, her mom says, taking that away and replacing it with a mandatory uniform will disable them from being able to choose for themselves in the future. To our modern eyes – the entire credits go to Mr. Particularly for low, year veteran of college advertising. In the 1950s, does he feel like he has something to prove? My mother did not have enough money to come along on the trip – as in “Monotonous towns lacking in individuality. In other words; our Principle is a strict disciplinarian.