Essay about Big Bird Primary School

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As the morning slowly dawns and the sun begins to beam through the light boxes on the top of the spacious classrooms, the tables and chairs begin to glow. Around the edge of the child’s playground the golden and red leaves begin to whistle in the wind like the sound of a child’s toy, whilst the sound of the crying babies echoes through the grounds of Big Bird Primary School as if it were a stuck record. When the children have arrived and the playground has began to fill with fragile, pleasant little children ready for new day of fun learning. When the brass bell sounds, each and every child on the playground grabs their bag and tries to “bagsy” a place at the front. When the teachers arrive…show more content…
The cheap, irritating, cleaning fluids leave a very distinctive smell of where they have used in attempt to make it a healthy environment. However, the substandard, nauseating smell has left a mild tickle in the back of various children’s throat, which causes a little coughing and an echoing sound like the sounds through Hyde Park. The gleam on the tables, certainly doesn’t go unrecognised, from the cleaning detergents, particularly with the blinding shine from the suns reflection like staring at a full eclipse. Whilst the dinner ladies in the hot, modern kitchen try their best to prepare all the food and get it out on time, they fell the pressure as the health and safety team watches them like a predator watching its prey. As the bell for dinner rings and the dinner ladies frantically run around laying the tables the jaded children smell the fresh aroma of their dessert lingering behind the dinner blinds. Just as the children sit down, quietly awaiting their dinner they realise that their normal, unhealthy, fatty foods have been turned into a wide range of healthy, good for you selection of ripe vegetables and fibre-enriched meat like a posh restaurant. During the not so
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