This is a story about a girl named Rabiya Mateen Bari. I was born on 24-December-1987 in Pakistan; I started my school at the age of four. My first school was Beacon House Public School, Lahore Cantt; this was one of the best schools in the city. I still remember those days which I spent with my friends. I came to UK on 19-May- 1998 at the age of 11. My first school in UK was Beaumont Junior School, Aldershot which was different but wonderful experience for me because I met new people and made new friends. It was a very friendly environment to be in.
At the age of 12 I finished my Year six at Beaumont and started my year seven in Connaught School, Aldershot. I am now 15 years old and I am studying in 10th year at Kings International College (Formally known as France Hill). My subjects that I am studying are Maths, English, Science, German, Graphics, Art Textiles, Religious Education and Physical education. My favourite subjects out of these are English, Art Textiles and Graphics. I like English because it is fun reading poems and discussing them in the class, I also like it because In my family I have mum, dad and two brothers.
My dad works in Royal Mail sorting office, my mum is a housewife, my elder brother who is 17 goes to college. He is doing his A-levels. My little brother who is 3 years old, he goes to nursery. In the summer holidays of year 2002, I went to Pakistan with my family to visit my grandparents. Going to Pakistan after four years was a great pleasure for me. The worst incident that happened to me was when I was playing badminton with my cousins. I was playing very well and I was wining with highest score. Suddenly I lost balance and tripped down.
I had a small but deep cut near my eye, I was taken to the doctor. He stitched my cut. It was really very painful experience for me. When ever I see my scar in the mirror, it always reminds me that incident. My future ambition is to become a lawyer. Since I was a little girl I wished of becoming a doctor. As I grew up I realised that I am more suitable for Law profession. I have a lot of discussions with one of my cousin who is studying Law. I have read many books containing information about Law Studies. So I have finally decided to join a Law College after my A-levels and become a successful Lawyer.