Lt's great to hear from you again. Thanks for the news about your school. Is
your school near to where you live or do you have to travel a long way?
My school is five kilometres from my house so l have to travel on my school
special bus. It takes about five minutes to get to the bus stop.
Many other pupils travel on my bus because our school is the biggest in the
area. The school is in a tali, red-brick building. In fact, there arę two schools in
one building: that is, a primary school for children between the ages of seven
and thirteen and a secondary school for pupils between the ages of fourteen
to sixteen. We start primary school when we arę six or seven years old. l'm
twelve so l'm still at primary school. My school has about two hundred pupils.
They arę girls and boys. Some pupils live at the school. As we learn and play
in a separate part of the building, we don't play with the pupils from the
secondary school.
l like my school because it's clean and pleasant. It has large windows and
wide halls. This is why it's fuli of light, and it's very comfortable. There is a słot
machinę in the entrance hali. We buy soft drinks and bars of chocolate from it.
In the far corner of the hali arę two tables for table tennis. Boys love playing
tennis in their breaks. They bring bats and plastic balls from home. We have
got twelve classrooms. There arę many flowers, posters and pictures in them.
Every class has a separate room. My classroom is green and yellow.
Sometimes we change rooms with another class. We usually go to our science
room to do experiments and we go to our library and the reading room to look
for books and magazines for our projects. We often visit the computer room to
find information on the Internet or learn how to use a computer to help us with
our homework. Three times a week we go to our gym to have games and
exercises. Every day at twelve or one o'clock, most of the children meet for
lunch in the lunch-room.
Lefs go inside my classroom nów. When you open the door you can see a lot
of maps, posters, photographs and postcards on the walls. There arę also
special shelves for our collection of stones, shells, and other things that we
bring back from our school trips and holidays. In one corner of the room there
is a smali video library with our favourite videos. We can explore our country
and the whole world in our video library! Each time we watch a new video, we
go on a long journey to exotic countries and continents or into space.

hear from - dostać wiadomość
again - znowu, jeszcze raz
news - wiadomości, informacje
travel - podróżować
a \ong way - cttuga droga
bus stop - przystanek autobusowy
take - brać, zająć (czas)
many - dużo, wiele
other - inny
tali - wysoki
red-brick building - budynek z cegły
in fact - właściwie, tak naprawdę
primary - podstawowa
secondary - ponadpodstawowa
still - nadal, jeszcze
hundred - sto
live - mieszkać
some - niektórzy
meet - spotykać
separate part - oddzielna część
large - duży
wide - szeroki
fuli of light - pełen światła
comfortable - wygodny
słot machinę - automat z napojami
entrance hali - hol wejściowy
soft drinks - napoje bezalkoholowe
bar - tabliczka
far - daleki, odległy
break - przerwa
bat - rakietka
poster - plakat
another - inny, kolejny
science - nauka
Ubrary - biblioteka
find - znaleźć
use - używać
gym - sala gimnastyczna
exercise - ćwiczenie
every second day - co drugi dzień
inside - wewnątrz
shelf - półka, shelves - półki
shell - muszla
stone - kamień
object - przedmiot
bring - przynosić, przywozić
corner - róg, kąt
whole - cały
world - świat
explore - badać, zwiedzać
each time - za każdym razem
journey - podróż
space - kosmos
famous - sławni
climbers - wspinacze
hero - bohater
noticeboard - tablica ogłoszeń
have fun - dobrze się bawić
describe - opisać
next - następny