I ended up going to hall cross and starting A-levels all over again there .I had been studying psychology, English lit, PE and it , but I later droppedEnglish lit because it was all a bit too much. It was a blow to me, but thankfully I was 17 and happy to make new friends. Even though I felt a bit of an idiot because I was a year older then everyoneelse, I soon felt like I fit in. also I was the only one in my year who could drive, which was quite a nice position to be in as it a meant I could ferry people around.
You fui a las clases de nivelesde A- yo estaba estudiando sicologia , ingles y deportes pero despues pase la clase de Ingles cuando yo tenia 17 estaba contento de hacer amigoes pero me senti un poco idota porque todos eran un anomayor que yo pero yo era el unico que podia manejar y eso si me gustaba.
I passed my driving test first time. I didn’t pass the theory test first time, because I didn’t study for it, which wasn’tvery sensible, but I got through the second time, scoring 43- right on the pass mark. It was great being able to drive everyone around in my 1.2 Clio. It had alloy wheels and central locking and it wasmy pride and joy. It was really my Nan’s car, but it kind of ended up being mine because she never used it.
One of the highlights of secondary school for me was when I landed the lead role in grease.It was the first musical I’d ever auditioned for, and that was on the same day that I had an interview for a Christmas job at toys R Us. My mom picked me up from my interview to make sure I went tothe audition, because she knew I was in two minds about it. Luckily it went well and I was so happy when I was told I’d got the role of Danny. I still get emotional when I watch the video back, becauseit was such a special time for me. I felt so proud of landing the lead and I put everything into it. I just want to take this moment to thank everyone involved in that production. It was a...