1. The New Girl
[y/n]'s point of view:
I had to wake up early to make sure that I wouldn't miss class. My alarm went off at 8:00 but it wasn't until 8:10 that I was properly awake and functional. When I was up I went straight to the bathroom for a shower, dried my hair and put on the usual plain uniform. After breakfast I packed my bag and left my house for school.
As I walked down the pavement I found myself stuck walking behind a large group of students which made me feel anxious.I stepped off the pavement to overtake and felt more paranoid after hearing laughing as I stepped back on and attempted to speed up but caught my foot underneath itself in the process. After which I just took a deep breath like Mr. Eldmar told me to and carried on.
Luke's point of view:
When the bell rang the usual morning rush to tutor started and I made my way through the bulk of people to class. My tutor was at the very end of school and as I was about to go in a girl walked out. This girl was incredibly beautiful with long brown hair to her waist and eyes that were as blue as the sea but i'd never seen her in school before. I just assumed she'd been visiting from another class and walked in. Not long after Miss took the register the girl came in again and sat down two chairs from me and my friends, she seemed shy and I noticed that she was wearing a ring on her middle finger which she insisted on frantically twisting. After the bell I went to my usual lessons but it wasn't until lunch that I saw the girl again. She was sat at a table in the far corner of the room alone. It must of been obvious I had been staring at her because Ashton asked who she was and I simply replied "just some new girl". Then after looking back over to the table noticed her staring right back, in the moment I panicked and tried to act normal by simply turning my head back down to my lunch and ever so often taking a quick glance but it wasn't long until it became obvious that she was feeling uncomfortable which later led to her standing up and storming out of the diner with her books clasped tight in her arms.