Tag Archive: The school I’d like


  • Homework is optional.
  • I can choose the lessons that I want to take. There are very many options, like really creative stuff and something practical also.
  • School food is the best in the world! Each week there is a theme country and dishes from that country are served. We also learn about these countries and their cultures every week.
  • The teachers are the friendliest teachers in the world. And real pros when it comes to their subjects.
  • We have lots of school events – dances, plays, talent shows, costume parties. And all students are actively participating in these events.
  • School never starts before 9 a.m. and never ends after 3 p.m.

..I’d bring in some serious changes in all aspects of schoollife. New curriculum, new subjects, new extracurricular activities, just to name a few. I’d attempt to create a school where students would like to go while maintaining a high level of education and efficiency in teaching. Everything must be in perfect harmony.

First things first. New curriculum. My idea is for the first 6 forms every subject is mandatory and from 7th form onwards each student could choose the subjects he or she likes best. The number of subjects a student has to take would gradually increase up to 9th form. After that, the student would choose to specialise in a small number of subjects and drop some others which are not needed anymore. I envision it to be something akin to the IB system. This way, they can study subjects that really matter to them and are interested in. As a bonus side effect, they wouldn’t want to skip their new classes.

New subjects that I would implement would include economics and management (for future corporate leaders), social studies and politics (obviously for future politicians), astronomy (for those who show interest towards the stars and planets) and environment and ecology (separate from biology). I plan on having longer breaks and longer periods, both of them lead to longer schooldays. However, the amount of homework is reduced quite significantly to help the students cope with the lengthy days without demoralising them too much.

Extracurricular activities are for extra credit. I would plan to have some specific subject clubs (physics club, for instance) and some more fun ones as well. I thought about creating a model Parliament for social studies and politics. I imagine it to simulate the mechanics and inner workings of the real Parliament while discussing policies and problems in my school. I think that this would make for quite a good learning experience for future politicians as it develops their critical thinking, possible consequences of their decisions and it would be fun as well.

This is my idea of a perfect school. Students not skipping classes, new curriculum system, little homework. This is also the school I’d like to go to. In today’s society education is of the utmost importance as it contributes directly to the future of young people.

  The school I’d like would be someones school what he or she doesn’t like. Everyone has their own opinion and are not pleased with everything. I like our school but if I had the chance to build my own school then I would do the following:

  A perfect school for me would be small and there would be only kids who want to study and teachers who want to teach. Teachers would be more strict , yet fun and they would have interesting lessons – lessons where kids want to be.  Also, there would be less homework and more working in class. I think that after school kids should have their free time to focus on something they like not doing their homework.
I would also like our school to have lockers for at least gymnasium students because our books aren’t gettng any lighter :). 

To be honest, I like TEC because it is kind of my idea of school. IFor example, in my last school the teachers weren’t so strict about clothing. I like that in TEC because it makes me feel more grown up 🙂