I was born with a problem in my spine and mobility is a big problem. But still thanks to my teachers and my friends, my school life was Excellent.
I and my friends sat together, shared Tiffin and used to have lots of fun. Whenever we got a free period we used to start shouting or play games. I would participate in all competitions, like poem writing, story writing, collage, painting, debate etc. Also in all functions like teachers day, foundation day or anybody's b'day and had tons of fun.
Both my English teachers were nice. One English teacher was very tall and the moment she would enter the class we all would sit quit and open the books. She would encourage me by giving me important assignments and also morning news to read in the assembly. She would come down and hear my English debate, which made me participate in all the debate competitions.
The same was with my Hindi teacher. My biology and home-science teacher was very nice and very sweet. She would always give me extra information for the biology project. I could not go to the lab for the practical, so she would bring the lab down and help me both for the biology and home science practical and would give me excellent marks for them.
I was always the part of groups song or played the Casio in any school function. My friends made me the Tiffin monitor and the naughty boys had to now listen to me.
My friends used to help me with my notes if I was absent. My teachers and principal madam always gave me important project work and I felt proud when they patted me after I completed them quickly and correctly. I was never shouted at or scolded or abused ever by any of my teachers.
Today I saw the terrible punishment given to students on television news. I felt very sad and terrible.
I really want to express my love, thanks and gratitude to all my wonderful teachers and friends without whom my school life would not have been so happy and unforgettable. Thank you to all my teachers. I really pray to god that each child is blessed with caring teachers as I was to cherish their school days and make them want to go to school every day.