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28. The Hierarchy of stupidity

 

Date: Monday 8th June 2015 17:15

Entry: 29/?

Subject: The Hierarchy of Stupidity

 

Okay, so in my school (like in any school) there is some sort of hazy hierarchy, a grouping or social pyramid where we all must fit and belong (although in my opinion it is stupid and pointless). My school doesn’t exactly have an order more like a grouping so here is mine:

Year Seven – The fledglings/newbies

This species is small and easily to step on underfoot. They are more often or not found sucking up to a teacher with their mind all prepped and moulded in perfect order for school life. Their habitats are classrooms the library or small corners where they dwell. Sometimes, they may just get trampled on in crowded corridors or shouted at for weaving in front of a giant.

Year Eight – The ignorant arrogant gnats

Year Seven (or what they call the swot year) is finally over and the arrogance steps in. They’re now thirteen, able to conquer the world with just a snap of their fingers and nothing will step in their way of being the rulers of the school. They vocabulary is mainly made up of swear words and they stick around the canteen like glue, hogging the food.

Year Nine – The gap year

This is the year in between everything else, the only thing is that you have to pick your options but then next year and the year after is GCSEs and mayhem. For now, they can sit back and enjoy a year of lax responsibilities. They are the hippies of the school and the mainly dwell in the social area on tables and clogging up hallways.

Year Ten – The Randomisers (my year)  

My year is the one when the panic starts setting in, it is the first year of GCSEs and the prospect of work and exams loom every closer. This year can be broken down and analysed into many;

The Pop Tarts

These are the popular girls, they can be found in the girl’s toilets piling on makeup gossiping about everything and anything and shopping on clothes sites when in a free lesson.

The Jocks

These are more often than not the counterparts of ‘The Pop Tarts’ and are athletic in every way, the first people to be picked in sports day and competitions, and not always necessary male. Altogether the Jocks and Pop Tarts are the popular folk who hang around in congesting bands.

The Reject Ejects

People like these are ‘Pop Tart’ and ‘Jock’ wannabe’s they try absolutely anything to be in that social group even if it means swapping glasses for contacts, flats for heals, books for sports and geek games for sport games.

The Geeks

They are everything you could expect, the smart people who love books and get on well with a particular subject and teacher. They are the ones who get rewards and talking about ‘geekish’ things. (I am in this category and proud of it!)

The Multi-Taskers

People that fall in this category are a bit of everything and can do everything at once in their school career. They run clubs, attend clubs, and help out with other tasks and all the while maintaining everything else they do. They can be social and extremely busy – I don’t know how they can fit it all in.

Year Eleven – The panic at the disco goers

I don’t even refer to the band here either. These are the people who worry and panic and then go on the verge of passing out during April, May and June. They may be leaving but they have a lot to go before they can. But it is all worth it and once they go they are party goers.

 

And there you have it. 

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