Sunday, February 17, 2008

My School is working students illegally!

That's it! MY SCHOOL IS DOING THINGS ILLEGALLY!

Normally, working people have limited working time. For example, a worker can work for maximum 9 hours a day or 45 hours a week. That's the limit. If the company are forcing the workers to work more than that limit, they are counted as disobeying the laws and that is very serious!

Now, back to the main point.

Why do i say my school is disobeying the laws! THE LAWS SET UP BY OUR COUNTRY! because they are making us study from 6.45 am to 3.10pm and sometimes till 4.00pm. STUDY ONLY HO!

Then, they sort of like "force" us to join the cocuricular activities until 5 or 5.30pm! OMG!

is this counted as illegal?!
AS STUDENT! WE WORK ALMOST 12 HOURS A DAY!
WAIT! MORE THAN THAT!
Because we have to do homework and revisions at home too. That take about 2 hours or more. OMG!!!!!

WE ONLY HAVE ABOUT 4 HOURS TO EAT, REST, GO TOILET, SPEND TIME WITH FAMILY! (excluding 6 hours of sleep)
It is even worst if you are sleeping for 8 hours a day. That DOESNT LEAVE YOU ANYTIME TO CARRY OUT NORMAL HUMAN ACTIVITIES!!!
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!
Torturing us. This is how our school works.

6 comments:

GeminiGeek said...

Students is not labours, mind you. Students go to school to study, not working for a company. You pay school fees to study, not being paid to study. It makes a lot of difference. The labour law is not applicable to the student.

I guess your school made a right choice of forcing their students at school to study. My old school have 5-6 hours schooling hours, cos there's 2 session. And what I do after school is sleep, PC, and I never do my homework. At least retaining students in school can bring more benefits to the student. :P Though I don't really agree on forcing students to the extra curricular activities.

Oh, enjoy your school days. You're gonna miss it once you got to uni. :)

3POINT8 said...

They don't force you. They only advice you to do your homework....with force.
:P

Christine said...

wow...i am ok with the homework and study things...
Just as what geminigeek said, it is not really good to force students to the cocurricular activities and then "Threaten" them with marks..

Haha...this my opinion only. If it irritates you, sorry lo!

Christine said...

by the way...it is good to force us to study sometimes, but overdoing it, might cause great problems.

lynnx01 said...

Welcome to [insert school name]. Haha!

Alyssa said...

agrreee :D