Beatrix Chau Absolutely everything. I love having a strict schedule to follow as it creates order within my normally very hectic and often chaotic day. The fact that it provides a safe and comfortable environment for us to work in is just the icing on the cake. Bonita Leung The end of the day - just joking! I love that it's full of opportunities and you can make things happen. You're surrounded by people who support you - and those who don't. But you learn to get past that and turn your dreams into realities. For example, I'm raising funds to build a poultry farm in Kenya. Brian Bailey I quite like school because it gives me the chance to see my friends nearly every day and everyone in general. It makes school exciting! And as lame as this sounds, I quite like the food. Even if it's pricey, I can't resist it. Yes, I possibly love food too much... Brian Chan I enjoy group work, where I have to co-operate with other students. This gives me the chance to improve my social skills, practise working with other people and learn to listen to and respect other opinions. These are very important skills that I will use every day in the future. Danielle Chua I love being able to see my friends every day as well as being able to learn something new. School encourages me to work harder and helps me challenge myself to achieve greater things. I also see school as a stepping-stone towards growing up and being more independent. Divya Chhada I get to meet up with my friends every day - it's especially important after a long summer holiday - and take part in a lot of different events. Jean Tang The Community Action Service programme is part of the IB core curriculum and has given me countless opportunities to learn outside the classroom. It has enabled me to participate in community work such as tutoring students from local schools, building houses in Cambodia and working with abandoned animals in New Orleans. Larissa Yong It's a way to spend time with my friends. If it wasn't for school, I wouldn't have met any of my friends in the first place. Also, school activities are a pretty fun way to spend time with your friends, or to get to make more. Yasmine Atherton Going to school means getting an education. Education gives you the ability to open your mind and then you can, as John Lennon said, 'Get out there and get peace, think peace, live peace, and breathe peace'. Oliver Billing I love the cultural diversity of Island School. With over 40 different nationalities, you're exposed to a variety of different cultures and personalities. This only benefits the student body as it encourages them to socialise with others and expand their knowledge of different ways of life, uniting pupils.