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A Day in My Life.

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Introduction

Gareth Dell Monday 29th September 2003 11DST A Day in My Life My name's Gareth, I'm fifteen years of age and I live in Eastbourne. In this essay I will be talking about a day in my life, this day will be Friday. On a Friday, I wake up bright and early, this is normally seven o'clock. I then get dressed into my school uniform, which consists of black trousers, a bright white polo shirt and shiny black loafers. After making myself look presentable, I go downstairs and make breakfast, some days this is toast and on others it may be cereal, depending on what I'm in the mood for on that morning. ...read more.

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We have since started our GCSE coursework, this is a lot more difficult than the shelf project, as I have to design and produce three children's toys with a theme linking them all. I am trying hard on this as I am determined to get a good grade for this subject, which I am capable of. At eleven it is finally time for my well earned break. During these ftwenty minutes I either go to the canteen, play football with the boys on the field, hang around in the playground, or sit and chat in Mr Ellis's classroom, which is in the hut. After this short amount of time, I'm ready for my next two classes that lead me up until the lunch hour. ...read more.

Conclusion

This is a bit stingy if you ask me, but I suppose it is better than nothing. In this time, I eat my lunch and play a bit of football. I only have one lesson left until the weekend now, thank god. My next teacher is Ms Webster, we have her for Information Computer Technology (I.C.T.). Right now, we are doing Corpal database coursework. I think this is quite boring because some people are ahead of everyone else, so they get in a mood as Ms Webster helps the people that are ahead. Never mind, it's the end of the school day now and I'm off to enjoy the weekend. After my long, hard week at school, I like to come home and have a relaxing couple of days. ...read more.

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