Archive for September 19th, 2012

September 19, 2012

hi i`m exit!

by hennaa111


In our school we have exit student`s, their job is  help the other student`s to go out because some of the students don`t want to go out and they are inside. Well I have to say that is really cold outside and I sometimes just want to be inside, but we have to go and the exit`s keep care of that we go out 🙂 You can`t be a exit if you have detention from being inside, luckily I don`t have it so I can be a exit! My exit shift is on Mondays, and I work whit a girl who is in the same class than me, and we are really good friends so it`S really easy to us to work together!


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September 19, 2012

I am in exit duty!

by mardisss

I am in exit duty with one boy. We are downstairs and I never remember to go there, I always forget!! But next time I will go , I promise ! I think that exit thing is good ,because students get  responsibility and a little bit of confidence about themselves. So when we have break, we have to go out. If we don’t exit students come and say “go out now ” if that doesn’t work they written my name and then they give that paper ours principal or someone else teacher. Then we get detention.

September 19, 2012

“Out. NOW!”

by Jazzy

I have a very very lovely school! There are SO many interesting activities for us students to do to make our school more comfy. One very great example of these activities is EXIT -students! I know, sounds weird… but let me explain.

In our school we have to go out for a 15 mins long break after eeevery lesson (exp. after lunch break). And as many might already know, Finland’s weather isn’t the best after summer – less sunlight and more of grey clouds. So nobody wants to go out and get their hair frizzy… simple as that. And there has always been a “war” between we students and teachers under this topic. UNTIL students found a way to “please” teachers and be okay themselves too. That’s why we have a group of students called EXIT -students who make sure we go out between lessons and our dear teachers get to take their coffee break. Great, huh?

Our school got the idea from another junior high school of Porvoo in Student’s Goverment -meetings couple years ago. And then another group of students (called ‘trust’ students) took this mission and developed the idea. And of course, in cooperation with teachers. 😉

There are many good points in being an EXIT-student. But not everybody gets to be one. Because you have to have no detention from latest period.

1) You don’t need to go out when it’s your turn to be control others.

2) You can give detention to those bad girls and boys who break the rules and don’t go out.

3) You get to take your revenge of your class mates who (probably) annoy you sometimes.

4) You get wear a skirt like this:

I recommend this activity for schools alll around the world with break problems. 😀

September 19, 2012

“Exit student”

by argjirabudeci

Hello everyone!

Here in my school Exit duty is a fun way to say to student “OUT NOW”. Exit duty is a student who says everyone to go out in a break.  You put a shirt on and then it is fun!!

The shirt  is an “EXIT” shirt for everyone to know that you are an exit student. But if sometimes the weather is not good if it rains or it’ s cold we can stay indoors:)

On every break 2-4 students will have a list in their hand where they can put the students name in it if they don’t go outside.  And if your name has been in the list 2 times then you get detention. Bad for them!!:)

By: Argjiraa

September 19, 2012

Last week

by miimuska

Last week on our english club lesson we took a lot of photos about our school. I worked with miia l. & marika and believe it or not we had fun;)! In our school we have many classrooms and our school yard is very spacious and people like hanging out there.


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titankamera2 069 Students usually comes in school by moped or microcar:)

Love, miia


September 19, 2012

Exit-students :d

by ingamau

Well.. in our school, we have to go out on breaks what we have between different lessons. But usually.. no one wants to go out, so in our school we have exit-students. They drive us out, and if we didn’t obey, they put our names to list. And when you have two notes in that list, you get detention. :c .

Exit-students have to wear shirt like this. So that’s how we recognize them. 🙂 If you wanted to be a exit-student, you had to went to exit-education, which took only one break (15 minutes). The meaning of these students is that everybody would go out and get some fresh air. 🙂 But I admit that sometimes it’s annoying to go out if there was cold or not good weather :s

Of course, if it rains, or it’s very cold, we don’t have to go out and we can be indoors 🙂

♥ : Inka

September 19, 2012

exit students

by jjooeell97

in our school we have exit students. Every break someone student check that everyone is going out. If you don’t go out you will be got detention. and that is not funny =). but if there is bad weather you don’t have to go outside. But i am not exit student because i don’t want.

September 19, 2012

Exit students in our school

by petsku1337

In our school we have these students which are not just any regular students, they’re exit students. Every year teachers choose some students from our school to be exit students. It’s optional, you don’t have to participate in it if you don’t want to. On every break, 2 or 3 students walk around the school and tell people to go outside or they’ll get their names on a list and get detention, because in our school breaks must be spent outdoors, unless its raining. I think teachers came up with this idea because they don’t have time to watch the corridors themselves. I like to spend breaks outside, so they’re not a problem to me, but of course there is some students that would  like to stay inside.