Lots of people say your school days are the best days of your life, but what do you like about your school?
Do you love seeing your mates every day and learning new things?
Maybe you've got great teachers who make all your subjects fun?
Is there a special project at your school that you think is a really good idea? Maybe it deals with bullying really well or is great at being 'green'?
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"I like my school because it has some really cool teachers who make the lessons interesting and really make you want to work hard. Although I was bullied last year the school did things about it and gave me support."
Sam, 13, Solihull
"I like school because I get to do things that can't do at home and I love seeing my friends."
Adelaide, 11, Amsterdam
"I like my school because we get art on Mondays and a little bit(not all the time) on Tuesdays!!"
Stephanie, 11, Dudley
"I like it when my teacher tells us stories that have happened to her e.g. when her hair dryer caught fire!"
Shayma, 10, Eastbourne
"The best things about my school are that we get to do fun musicals every year, and we have interactive whiteboards to use the internet and make learning fun!"
Danielle, 12, Stockport
"My school is small so everyone knows each other."
"I love my school because the company is great. The teaching staff offer a lot of support, our facilities are good, our standard of learning is excellent and our success rate is very high. I am at a specialist languages school so lots of extra languages are available and there are three compulsory languages, so our chances of getting good jobs is good when we are older."
Holly, 13, Kent
"I like my school because my friends are there. I think that they are wrong by saying that they are 'The Best Days Of Our Lives' because you still get homework and have to work really hard. I do like learning how to draw and playing new sports."
Lizzie, 11, Solihull
"What I like about school is that I get to see my friends and have a chat and play with them."
Lauren, 10, Coventry
"I really like school because I get to see my friends and teachers and learn more."
Lin, 11, Inverness
"I like my school because we recycle loads and we do loads of fun activities. We have Cardiff City in to teach us football. My teacher Mr Parker is the best ever!"
Courtney, 10, Barry
"I love my school because I have great friends and the teaching staff are so supportive and encouraging. Every school year we have the opportunity to choose from a list of holiday activities and go on them with our school. It's such good fun! This year I'm going on a water sports week."
Mia, 13, London
"I love going to school to play with my friends and enter athletics competitions!"
Simran, 10, Slough
"I like my lessons, especially English. I also like my teachers and making lots of friends!"
Rosie, 11, Lake District
"I like seeing my friends and the teachers because they are nice. There are no fights in my school. There are only 10 children in my class (including me). I like playing in our colourful playground which has a garden area at the back."
Isha, 6, Glasgow
"The best things about my school are that we get to do fun musicals every year and we have interactive whiteboards to use the internet and make learning fun!"
Danielle, 11, Stockport
"I like my school although I was bullied when I was younger. I just opened up and now I have a lot of friends. My school helps people who are bullied and that's why I really enjoy going to school because the teachers and pupils are really nice and friendly."
Mhairi, 11, Fife
"My school offers a lot of activities and it makes learning fun!"
Miyu, 11, West Sussex
"I like my school because we have really friendly staff! They are always there to help if we have any problems and are always fair about things."
Katie, 13, London
"I like going to school because I love to do PE but I hate it when we have tests!"
Ellie, 12, Harrogate
"The best thing about my school would have to be our school library because there's internet access on all of the computers and an area where you can just sit and read quietly or do your homework, I love to read."
Emma, 13, Ferndale
"I like being in school because I see all my friends and I learn a lot but I simply HATE having to get up so early in the morning to get the bus."
Ophelie, 12, London
"I like the lunch time clubs. I love going to play sport at lunch time - mainly rugby."
Lucy, 11, Northamptonshire
"I love going to school and learning. I want to be a teacher when I am older."
Katy, 13, Wootton
"I love school because I get to see my friends. We have loads to do because we have a tire park and an adventure playground. I love our numeric hour because its really fun and I am really good at it."
Rachel, 8, Manchester
"I like being in the community of my school as my mates make life worth living and being at school. A key thing of me enjoying school is doing the end of year school plays!"
Hollie, 11, Nottingham
"My school is starting a new thing where you buy a membership card and you can borrow equipment from the school to play with, like footballs, ropes and tennis sets. I think this is a great way to encourage kids to exercise."
Scott, 12, Coleraine
"I love my school because all the teachers are really nice and we go on loads of trips and make loads of things, my favourite subject is History."
Kate, 10, London
"I really like going to school because it's where I meet my mates and do some activities rather than sit home and be bored. There are a few down sides as well."
Eleanor, 12, Ireland
"I love my school because it gives you a good education. The only thing I would change about my school is the school dinners, they are very healthy but don't give you a good variety to choose from."
Emma, 11, Halesowen
"My school is a fun place because our head teacher makes the school fun and interesting by putting in pets and different play equipment."
Lauren, 11, Newcastle
"I love my school and all of my new friends, my school treats me with respect and I do the same. My teachers are so nice to me even though I can get in a bad mood and become very naughty sometimes."
Billie, 12, London
"I like my school because we have a say in what goes on. We got to design our school uniform and logo and now it's much more popular."
Katie, 10, Fife
"The school is good but the teachers don't do anything about bullying. Other than that, they work hard."
Rob, 13, Manchester
"My school is alright. The teachers are fair and work hard but it's still a school with rules, so I'd much rather stay in bed!"
Alex, 11, Ashington
"Our school is really cool. Our teachers are really nice. Also, all of our lessons are made fun by doing activities."
Rhiannon, 10, Wiltshire
"My school is nice, fun and very active. The teachers are so funny and my school is one great big family cause we all get along! My class is the best."
Grace, 10, Mullingar
"I love my school as all the teachers are really supportive and have a sense of humour. On the last day of term the Year 6's do a leavers assembly and we do a play. I had one teacher who was really mean. He even swore at us. However he was sacked from his job."
Molly, 11, Sussex
"I like my school because we have interactive whiteboards that I enjoy and I was in a wheel chair a few weeks ago and everyone was so supportive."
Michael, 9, Croydon
"I love my school because it is where I learn and where I have fun. But one thing I don't like my school for is the terrific smells and language on the walls. My favourite subject is art and language and for people that are bored they can go to OCC (Orange Card Club were you have lots of fun)."
Georgia, 10, Barnstaple
"Lunch, the best thing is the school dinners. They are healthy and delicious plus if you have a packed lunch you can sit outside, although the school dinners now cost £1.60 and used to cost £1.54. It's a rip off."
Billy, 8, Crowbrough
"After half term it's nice seeing your mates. Having a laugh is good fun with the teacher as well!"
Bethany, 9, Eastbourne
"I love school and my teachers are really nice. My school makes learning fun for everyone and helps children that struggle."
Molly, 9, Ossett