School is fun. A majority of people believe that school life is the most fun filled one. At school, there are big groups, and good friends. Kids are unselfish friends to each other. They have a great time together. Fun in school is a totally different thing. There is fun in playing games together, fun singing songs while prayers in the assembly, fun in bunking classes and hiding in the school itself, fun in the between the class chit chats, fun in school trips and night camps, and so much more. Every person’s school life is therefore the most memorable part of their life, since that is the only time they had fun, free of any tensions or troubles.
A child is free of any worldly concerns. At school, he has no worries, no pressures and no tensions. A school goer’s life is sheer innocence. His mind is young, fresh, unexploited and unexhausted. He has a life that is full of newness. He is yet to face the real world. The fact that at school, life is protected, shelled and covered from everything else, except his studies and friends, life is totally carefree and fun. There is pressure to study, compete and succeed, but this is absolutely negligible to all the burdens and responsibilities a person faces after growing up.
5. No monetary issues
A school going is satisfied and happy with the little pocket money he gets. He doesn’t need to bother about his clothes, hairstyles, looks, or anything else. He has no monetary issues. At college, or the work place, everyone wants to appeal well. Everyone wants to impress. There is a competition that can be satisfied with only material sources, while this is totally absent at school. At school, the uniformity maintained never lets children get trapped into thinking of themselves as any different, or less, or superior to others. They all look alike, get alike, think alike and feel alike. This is one great advantage of school life that makes it the best part of life.
4. Less social pressure
At school, there is no social pressure. Yes, children do have to compete and excel. But this race is nothing in comparison to the greater races of life that they don’t touch till they leave school. After school, they have to compete on a much greater scale, because they are no more confined to the school boundaries. After school, the real journey of a person’s life begins. And this journey is full of social pressures. A person has to earn a living, make a decent life, get married, make a family and take up a hundred responsibilities. The initial steps towards attaining all this, begins right after school. A kid is suddenly expected to be a grown up as he is out of school. This calls for a lot of social pressure from which school goers are entirely abstained. Thus, school life has very less social pressure, being a great boon in making it the best phase of life.