Poppy is a very funny 14-year-old girl who jokes about how bogan she sounds and her random school teachers (#notmentioningthenames).
She also talks openly about dealing with learning difficulties and how the Arrowsmith program in Canada prepares her to fit into the mainstream school.
If you love the TV show "J'aime, the private school girl" you will love listening to how Poppy talks.
Here is the amazing, one and only Poppy.
今天晚上 impromptu speech tonight was “what is the belief that you have that’s not supported by others”?
我常常在得best speaker award 但是在澳洲從來沒有打敗過澳洲人拿到即興演講Award. Tonight is the first time.
我的belief 就是誰說英文有accent 的亞洲人不能夠win over the native speakers in both two speaking awards.
I watched so many YouTube from best speakers around the world, I attended all the speaking events in Sydney and I practiced tonight’s speech 50 times on video and on audio. The impromptu speech like that certainly helps.
Do things that make you feel happy, work very hard and do it very very well
Feeling On top of the world.
"Oh the boys are so annoying!!" said Allyson.
Allyson is a frequent winner for Awards in piano and cello competitions in Sydney.
She talks about her practice routine and discipline for instrumental learning, family and how much she loves her new school without any ANNOYING BOYS AROUND.
A very cute conversation from an articulated, well-spoken 11-year-old.
Here is Allyson’s story.