School is my second home
A home is a place where people live with their family members, the parents and the siblings. At home, everyone is comfortable and enjoys what they deem best. Once kids get to a right age, children move to schools to get an education for their future success. The children are separated from the comfort of home by schools. The school environment makes children adapt fast and finally feel like they have a second home.
At home children have parents. The parents give their children parental love and a sense of belonging. At home, the children feel confident for they know they have someone to stand by their side. Teachers at the school are like our parents back at home. A new student in the school will be taught and convinced that the teachers are like their parents. The teachers show compassion and care to the children. The teachers just like the parents encourage the children to work hard and achieve high grades. The encouragement boosts the confidence of children in school. The children are also taught good morals at school. Teaching good morals is the duty of parents and the society at home; therefore teachers make the school look like home by teaching morals. Teachers make children learn the art of responsibility just like the parents do at home. Kids feel at home and see their teachers as their parents by observing how the teachers are dealing with them. At home, the parents strive so hard to protect their children from any danger; the parents safeguard their children from physical harm from neighbors and friends. In schools, the teachers protect children from bullying and any other form of harm to the children in the school environment. The protection makes kids know that they have parents around.
At home, children have their siblings and neighbors children. At school, other children make kids feel like they are in a home environment. The children at school give their fellows confidence of expression and socialization. The teachers are good, but children cannot initiate some conversation with the teachers. Also, since children are learners, they may fear to share their thoughts with their teachers freely. The children just like home are the playmates of their fellows at school.
At home, there are public activities. The public activities help people come together to achieve a greater goal. In schools there are also several activities, e.g. the school clubs, these helps children know the need of group work. Working as a group helps children develop the art and skills of living outside the school environment. Children volunteer in public activities to gain experience of their career, with the numerous activities in school; children can also get the same experience.
At school children have co-curricular activities the same as home. The co-curricular activities both at home and school are meant to help the children grow up physically active. The co-curricular activities in school may involve playing for the school team which is not different from playing for a community group.
At home, there are family trips. These trips can be to some recreational centers like going to a zoo. Children enjoy the adventure with their parents. At school, the administrators can also organize such trips. The idea of traveling together with teachers and fellow children in the same bus makes children think they are at home.
At home, there are people of diverse characters. Schools also have some people with different characters. Just as at home one needs to learn how to deal with others of different characters, so it is at school.
The school and home share some similarities. These similarities help children cope with the academic pressure in schools. The similarities encourage children to love their academic work.