An essay on school
Issues surrounding school can never be over analysed. At first glance school may seem unenchanting, however its study is a necessity for any one wishing to intellectually advance beyond their childhood. While much has been written on its influence on contemporary living, school is featuring more and more in the ideals of the young and upwardly mobile. Inevitably feelings run deep amongst those most reliant on technology, obviously. Here begins my indepth analysis of the glourious subject of school.
Society is a human product. The immortal and indispensable phrase ‘honesty is the best policy’  globalised an issue which had remained buried in the hearts of our ancestors for centuries. Both tyranny and democracy are tried and questioned. Yet school helps to provide some sort of equilibrium in this world of ever changing, always yearning chaos.
Some analysts have been tempted to disregard school. I haven’t. To put it simply, people like school.
Economics has been defined as ‘I’ll scratch your back if you scratch mine.’ To my learned ear that sounds like two people with itchy backs. We will study the Custard-Not-Mustard model. For those of you unfamiliar with this model it is derived from the Three-Amigos model but with greater emphasis on the outlying gross national product.
Politics, we all agree, is a fact of life. Comparing international relations since the end of the century can be like observing school and political feeling.
In the words of the star of stage and screen Esperanza Woodpecker ‘People in glass houses shouldn’t through parties.’  He was first introduced to school by his mother. It is a well known ‘secret’ that what prompted many politicians to first strive for power was school.
I wait anxiously. What will the next few years bring for school?
We can conclude that the school may not be the best thing since sliced bread, but it’s still important. It fills a hole, puts out ‘fires’, and most importantly it perseveres.
Let’s finish with a thought from star Nicole Jackson: ‘Oooh yeah school shoo badaby dooo.’