Thursday, 1 March 2018

Friends are very important in life. We start to understand the value of friends in school from a very young age. Our Asttle writing test this term was to explain what makes a good friend. Here is Salote's explanation. She has some good ideas about the importance of being a good friend and having good friends. Thank you Salote for this great piece of writing.

A good friend is someone who is loyal and respective of you. Someone who never tells lies and always has your back when you are going through tough times or getting bullied. Good friends support and encourage you if you are going through a hard time or depression.

A good friend is never a fake friend. Good friends laugh with you and not at you when you are not there. Whether you are there in person or not, a good friend will always look out for you. They will not backstab you to others when you are not at school. They are protective of you and will stand up for you when others are talking about you. A good friend will always support you and will pick you up and help you get through.

Good friends are people who make you feel comfortable. They will ask you if you are ok when you are looking lonely. They will sit with you and make sure you feel safe and valued. They will make you feel like you have a lot of friends who care about you. A good friend will make you laugh when you are crying. They will offer their help even when you do not ask for it.

Good friends are like stars. You don't always see them but you know they are there. They are valuable and make you feel valuable. As you grow up you will know how important friends are.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Salote,

    I loved reading your writing about a good friend. It is very touching and it looks like you have put a lot of thought into it. You must have good friends of your own. I hope you continue to write more amazing explanations. Keep it up!