World Cup Football? Seafield?

Yes, the eventful day finally arrived. (I was talking about Teachers’ Day ala Seafield, duh. What were you thinking about?) All the teachers who had trained for ages for this day finally got to show their kicking talents. The whole school gathered to see the skill and the dexterity of their beloved teachers.

And it was goal after goals as the teachers ‘slammed’ in shots between the goalposts!

Wait a minute! What has football to do with BPSeafields!

Plenty! Carbon Challenge – The World Carbon Awareness body recorded a hefty 25% increase in the carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere due to all the hot air breathed out over football stadiums, in front of mamak big screens and all over homes in front of the TV sets.

Essays & Karangan – Now because of the football fever, teachers all over the country are asking their kids to write about the football, their idols and heroes, their favoourite moments etc. (See the two footballs in the word ‘favoorite’ – even I’ve been infected!)

Mascot – Our mascot’s gone into hiding again. Well, they say he’s gone back to South Africa to visit his animal cousins in the great Safari. But, we know better – he’s one of the secret talents in the Brazil team to be unveiled in the final!

Noticeboard – Football calendars fill the board. When is the so-and-so game? No problem. The answers staring at you from the noticeboard. No? Look again! Then I think the fever’s got into you. You are not seeing things anymore.

Solar Boat – Did you hear of the explosion when Seafield sent a team for the carbon dioxide powered car competition? Yes, we were there because we are going to incorporate carbon power into our solar boats. See how green our boat will be? We use clean energy (solar) and we unpollute the air (remove carbon). Did I just leaked our school secret? Will they throw me away under the OSA?

Trading Games – Yes, everybody’s trading football cards with one another. Yes, they are betting who’s winning. Yes, minus the cash because Seafieldians don’t gamble!

I come to the end of today’s report. Aren’t you glad you are a Seafieldian? Parents out there, if you are thinking of sending your kid over, the waiting list is a bit long. Seafieldians, if you don’t live up to the name of the school, you are going to vacate your place for someone in the waiting list.

Did you believe everything I said? Was I very convincing? Thank you. Shalom.

3 Responses

  1. Very interesting interpretation of the program in the HEAT of WORLD CUP 2010 – am Brazil’s fan! Look for your scores in the website to see where your school stands now compare to the other 9 schools taking part in BP myScience Challenge 2010.

  2. I gained alot of knowledge reading this post. First off, I didn’t know that The World Carbon Awareness body recorded a hefty 25% increase in the carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere due to all the hot air breathed out by football fans. I didn’t know there was such a campaign called ‘The World Carbon Awareness’. It’s good how FIFA is somehow related to interesting scientific facts like this. Well, the world does revolve around football, at a time like this.🙂

  3. i totally agree with jolene’s comment, i have no idea that The World Carbon Awareness body recorded a hefty 25% increase in the carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere due to all the hot air breathed out by football fans. it sounds true though :O

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