Nadia came to Kings from a girls'
grammar school in Essex, and may have been the sportiest of the lot! PE was her
favourite subject at school; she lived for netball (and the occasional bit of
tennis), and although she didn't know exactly what her goals and ambitions were
at the time of Kings, she was certain of one thing: that she wanted to be a
success in whatever she did. Fair play to her.
If only she had partaken in some
of the sporting activities spread across the four weeks at the school, we may
have then seen more of the enthusiasm that she promised on her application form.
In fact, Nadia returned home a little sooner than the rest of the pupils.
had an intense dislike for spam fritters and liver.
After seven days of refusing to
eat anything other than the bread and consequently becoming drowsy and upset,
Matron and the production crew
came to the agreement that her health was more important than her passing her
'O' Levels at Kings. They then came to the agreement that she should leave and
shortly afterwards she was collected at the gate. She made a silent exit while
the class were still in lessons.
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