Descriptive Essay About My Dream School Poem

RAMBU

By: KC Agapin

(Descriptive essay)

The sweetness of his voice, the big chocolate colored eyes, and his golden brown fur was still fresh in my mind. It's almost 7 years since he left us but my memories together with him was still intact in my mind.

It was raining hard when our dog gave birth to five puppies but only one survived. I was only 4 years old that time. I named the puppy Rambu, from the fruit Rambutan, my favorite fruit before. Years have past and Rambu became the best dog for me. He was the sweetest darling I knew. When I came home from school, I always found him sitting infront of our pathway waiting for someone. When he finally see that I'm already home, he will come running to me, jumping and barking joyful. When I went out of the house to buy something in a store, he will come with me. Guarding and protecting me from anything or anyone that could harm me. He even fights back to some dogs who was about to bite me.

As a kid, I was a crybaby because I was always left alone in the house. Whenever he sees me crying, he will approach me with a sad look on his face. He will look at me as if he understand what I feel. He will just sit beside me as if he's waiting for me to hug him. I will tell him why I cried and hug him until I stop crying. I was in grade 5 when I dreamed of him. In my dream, he was sitting beside me just looking at me with his happy set of eyes and then he walked away from me. I didn't understand my dream until my grandma called me telling me he's gone. I felt like it was the worst day of my life. Now I understood what was the meaning of my dream. He was saying goodbye to me. His happy eyes tells me to be happy even though I won't be seeing him anymore.

Some people says that dogs are just animals but for me, dogs are given by God to show me what unconditional love means. He was not my brother but he showed me how it feels to be protected. He wasn't my mom nor my dad but he showed me how it feels to have someone who will be there to stop you from crying. He wasn't human but he was my bestest bestfriend. He wasn't just my pet, he was my love.

[could be a personal essay]

There is much work to do to improve schools across the globe, says Geetha Kanniah, 17, a Correspondent from Malaysia, who describes  attributes that she would like to see as common standards for all schools.

My dream school is first of all a school where life begins with the teacher who is full of passion and liveliness. The teacher not only grabs the students attention but keeps them on the edge of their seats wanting to know more. His or her enthusiasm ignites that spark of excitement that opens receiving minds to wider fields of knowledge. Such a teacher asks more questions from the students, explores with the students and is a friend to them. 

My dream school is a school where teaching methods vary from the use of contemporary technologies like robotics to out-of-class experiences.  Those experiences are important because they do not confine students to the four walls of a classroom. 

There would also be integrated learning of subjects both in the Arts and Sciences so that the education received would not be about confining but expanding. Given choices, students get a sense of freedom, can express opinions and will be more sociable. All these make them better persons in society, possessing a wide range of skills. 

My dream school would be complete with amazing facilities like classroom labs, pools, and gyms. A library and counselling centre would be at hand to enable students to be more familiar with their subjects and themselves. Studying in a hands-on environment allows students to use their five senses to gain knowledge. It moulds them to be excited about their abilities and excel with them. Also at hand would be a canteen stocked with healthy food. A balanced diet is vital for students who spend many hours in school. Clean, non-processed, nutritious food is a key feeding requirement for students. 

Foreign exchange programs in my dream school would create understanding and respect. They would satisfy curiosities and instil intercultural awareness. They would be open to all students, rich and poor. Including students from all parts of the world would make this education truly global. 

Sports would be given equal emphasis with academics. After all, education is not only for the mind but for the whole self – mentally and physically. Sporting activities instil a healthy lifestyle by encouraging students to be physically fit, emotionally strong, and have good self-esteem. They build team spirit, and at the same time encourage individuality. Through sports, people from different backgrounds meet and learn to respect each other. 

Academic subjects must be relevant. The syllabus would include significant impact fields like environmental studies, political views, and economic struggles. It would grab the attention of students and lead them to action. 

Improving schools would require international collaboration. Such cooperation would encourage dialogue and lead to common standards. Nelson Mandela once said, “Education is the great engine of development. It is through education that the daughter of a peasant can become a doctor, that the son of a mineworker can become the head of the mine, that the child of farm workers can become the president of a great nation”.  

Education can bring a change in someone’s future as Mr. Mandela observed. The struggle to keep fulfilling that observation must be made by us. Students need to be inspired, amazed and be aware of endless opportunities. 

While school is the best thing that ever happened to mankind, there is still yet more to do.

 Photo credit: scottwills via photopincc

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About me:

I am a Malaysian, who looks for adventure and thrill, and is passionate about sports. I enjoy tennis, swimming, badminton and most recently, longboarding. I also spend a lot of my time with my camera, capturing as much as I can, while documenting them on my blog: journeywithacamera.wordpress.com.  

My travels give me the exposure to learn about the world. And to know and do more, I volunteer with different organizations, particularly in the marine field. My ambition is to be an explorer and to reach out to people.

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Opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of the Commonwealth Youth Programme. Articles are published in a spirit of dialogue, respect and understanding. If you disagree, why not submit a response?

To learn more about becoming a Commonwealth Correspondent please visit: http://www.yourcommonwealth.org/submit-articles/commonwealthcorrespondents/

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