Question: What Do You Hate About School?

What do you hate most about school?

10 things kids hate about school (and 10 they love)10 worst things.Homework hassles.

Not surprisingly, homework tops most kids’ hate lists.

Too-simple subjects.

Some students crave more challenging work.

Frosty recess.

Escaping class to play outside is not always blissful.

Wearying words.

Lunch-break blues.

Numbing numbers.

Excruciating silence.More items…•.

Is hating school normal?

Not liking school is perfectly normal, especially for young kids who are just starting school. There are always reasons why kids react to something new and different. Some reasons why your child hates school might involve being away from a parent for the first time. Other kids might be teasing or bullying them.

What should I do if I hate my class?

How to Like the Course You HateGo to the class. Skipping classes will only make the situation worse. … Try. Sometimes I feel completely hopeless — I feel like simply “not caring” about the class will make it better. … Don’t procrastinate. … Talk to the professor. … Engage with other students. … Try to connect the class to something you do like.

What do u like most about your school?

“I like my school because it has some really cool teachers who make the lessons interesting and really make you want to work hard. Although I was bullied last year the school did things about it and gave me support.” “I like school because I get to do things that can’t do at home and I love seeing my friends.”

Why do I hate my school?

You might not like school because a bully is bothering you, or because a kid you don’t like wants to hang around with you. Or maybe you don’t get along with your teacher. You might feel different or worry that you don’t have enough friends. Sometimes it’s a problem with your classes and schoolwork.

Who invented school?

Horace MannCredit for our modern version of the school system usually goes to Horace Mann. When he became Secretary of Education in Massachusetts in 1837, he set forth his vision for a system of professional teachers who would teach students an organized curriculum of basic content.