I spoke to my mum and told her I couldn't live in Kosovo anymore.
But she said I couldn't leave on my own, so my family decided I would go to England with my cousin.
I was frightened on the journey but my mum paid some people to look after us.
Hoping for England
We travelled in one lorry during the day and then changed to another one at night. I was only wearing shorts and a t-shirt and I was freezing cold.
I was frightened because I didn't know which country I was going to end up in.
I realised it was England because the cars drove on a different side of the road.
I begged someone to give me 20p to call my relative in Kosovo. He told me to get someone on the street to come to the phone and talk to him.
This is how I found out we were in Birmingham! We went to a train station and it took my cousin who lives in London two hours to find us.
I was very happy when I found him.
I didn't know any English when I arrived here and now I'm at a really good school called Fortismere Secondary School.
I don't think it's a good idea to teach refugee children at separate schools, because refugee children all speak different languages and then you'll never learn English."
Rasim Muharremi, 15, London
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