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Friday, December 3, 2010

Hi everyone,
Today I went to school for half of the day. I first had science, which was rather good as I got a revision guide that can help me when I am not in school. I then had Latin, and that was really fun. We played this bingo game using latin words instead of numbers and though I dont know much Latin due to my not being there, I still got a few right. I missed most of my next lesson, English, as I had to talk to the head of year, Miss Cripps and the pupil support woman, Ms May. We spoke about a powerpoint I had made about my experiences and what I have been through the past few years. I also put a few pictures in with my hair just growing back after chemotherapy. As I have been bullied over my ill health by some girls in my class over the past few years, I felt it would be a good idea to help them understand. I thought it would be unfair to single them out which is why I decided that I would like to do it in front of the whole class. We were to discuss why I couldn't do it. I'm still not one hundred percent sure why I cannot do it. I will never be able to do it as the school have said no but I stand by what I think. That it would be the most effective, general method of getting those who dont understand get to know a little more about what I have been through. I felt it was a rather good idea as noone else was doing anything. I am rather dissapointed with the outcome but teachers come before students unfortunately.
I then spoke to my form tutor. It upsets me as I feel as though she never supports me or in fact our class. I feel like she just goes on what everyone else says. Today, as I was upset, dissapointed and angry with everything that had gone on, I just thought that our old form tutor was the best and I know that he would have definately stuck up for me and supported me through everything.

It amazes me how after a conversation, they tell me not to tell my friends what they have said. They want me to keep all my distress, feelings about these situations and stressful conversations I have to myself. Surely that is the worst thing anyone could possibly do. Bottle their feelings. The hospital that looks after tells me to always express how I feel about everything. I feel like they are just sweeping it under the carpet.
I am truly sick of the sayings " they dont understand" or " thats life " or " moral high ground."

I have a little cough and have some tummy ache but on the whole feel quite well. Im feeling stressed too but there is not much I can do about that.

Have a lovely evening

Sometimes youve got to say yes and get on with it
even if you dont want to


Anonymous said...

Hey Devaanshi,
Even if your class doesn't know, you have a lot of people following you on this insightful blog. And we are learning! So dont worry too much about your teachers and keep your posts coming!


Thank you very much. I made this blog for the very reason you have said. To give others an insight into my day to day life. Unfortunately, teachers and pety children are hard to ignore but I try not to dwell on them. As I say, Life is too short to worry about little things.
Thank you for your wonderful comment. I love hearing about the way others think about things.
Devaanshi :D

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