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My second year at St Cyprian’s

Alex Christie

14 July 2009

It’s my second year at St Cyprian’s school, and I’m still loving every minute of it. St Cyprian’s is not just a school for
girls but its also home to every single girl that attends the school and that includes our lovely staff. Being a St Cyprian’s girl is a great honour and I am very proud to say that I am a “proudly St Cyprian’s girl.

The school has opened some great oppurtunities for me and for each and everyone at the school, being at the school is not only about being tought about subjects (and passing them!)  it also teaches us about different aspects of life. At St Cyprian’s we live as a big family where everyones is important and where everyone’s voice is heard.

The school doesn’t only concentrate on academics, but it also looks at the things that makes us who we are like our cultures, traditions and beliefs. St Cyprian’s is an Anglican school that respects every religion. At St Cyprian’s we also try to help and support those who are in need.

St Cyprian’s doesn’t  only teach for school but also focuses on preparing us for life, it doesn’t train for time but
eternity and we St Cyprian’s girls don’t necessarily grow up to get the best jobs but we grow up knowing how to help the world whilst keeping peace and trying to share our happiness with everyone else.

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