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Storm/Homework by Lucas

The crooked trees loomed above the foul leaves as the ferocious wind was beating down on them. Somehow, the trees stood in place without even daring to take a single root off the ground. The storm grew worse and worse knowing it would  get the better of the forest. Suddenly, devilish lightning struck the earth hoping to try and stop the trees from standing. It was war between earth and weather. Earth couldn’t attack so it held in there waiting for a tragic fight to end. Would it?No. Now it was the natures turn to fight. Wind gushed leaves over trees forming a barrier. That wouldn’t stop the horrifying  storm. Lightning raged till it’s end and threw a massive lightning bolt down.


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Don’t give Year 6 too much homework

 Dear Miss Dite,                                                                                                          I am writing to you because I would like to persuade you to give us less homework.

Do you always fuss every Thursday about homework? Do most of the children not do their homework? If this sounds like you and your class, listen to this vital and urgent advice: give us less homework.

It has been stated by experts that too much homework could cause stress which leads to last minute homework that will be uncompleted and poor quality. Do you really want to see your Year 6s in stress? Surely, you don’t want a student to be worried about how much they did and want them to constantly thinking about it which leads to not giving you their full concentration. So please listen to my warnings and don’t give any extra homework. Seriously, we are only children, you don’t want us to have too much stress.

Even children agree. Listen to what Silvie (a young girl from 6PT ) had to say on the matter: ” In our class we get so much homework and we only get five days to do it. I don’t know how the teachers expect us to do this! It takes more than an hour to do each activity and we get so tired and exhausted after doing it. All of us in Year 6 get stressed and we have many clubs and things to do over the weekend so it is impossible to do it all!” As you can see, this is what we think of too much homework and you must agree.

If I were you, I would listen extremely closely to what I say and take my advice. Remember to spread the word and try to persuade every teacher you can. You never know, you could find the best type of writing from a person you never thought could.

This is what I have to say about this discussion.

From Roheen

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You Must Go To Year 6 Camp

Do you think that you should get a break from school, somewhere far away with your friends? Do you want the best week of your life in Year 6? If u agree with these questions, you must listen to the best advice: Go to Year 6 Camp!

Many parents say that it will be a waste of money but do you really agree? Obviously, that is a lie and you will have the best time so please make sure you have everything ready because you are going. You probably have gone to Year 4 camp and you might be thinking Year 6 Camp is the same. Seriously, it is way better. You will have more fun, it will be exciting and you can take pictures of the amazing views.

All the people that have gone to camp agree. Listen to what Roheen, a young girl from Bristol, had to say on the matter: ” I went to Camp with all my friends and had the best time of my life. We did so many activities and they were all really fun. We got to know the teachers a bit better when they are out of school. We did activities that were far away from camp ( Canoeing, Crooks Peak ) and activities that were in camp ( Archery, Swimming ). “

If I were you, I would listen to everyone extremely closely and take their vital advice: go to Year 6 Camp! Remember to spread the word to every Year 5 because if you miss it, you will only do school work and you won’t have a good time.

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The Enchanted Box

I will put in a box…

The swish of the sea on summer’s sunset,                                                                                          Poison of a bite from a silver snake,                                                                                                            The tip of a toe touching a table.

I will put in a box…

A thousand – eyed creature from long gone, magical myths,                                                               A sip of the clearest water from England,                                                                                                  An excited spark from a scarlet spell.

I will put in a box…

Five coral spells spoken in French,                                                                                                              The last blink of  the oldest man in the world,                                                                                       And the first tooth of a baby.

I will put in a box…

A 10th planet and a maroon moon,                                                                                                         Snow on the hottest day of summer,                                                                                                          And flowers blooming on the coldest day of winter.

My box is fashioned from gold and emerald and diamonds,                                                         With hope on the sides and dreams in the corners,                                                                                Its hinges are tails of lizards.

My box is full of memories,

From the day I went to the best trip with my friends,                                                                           Or when my whole family had gathered together and had great time,                                                                                                                           To when I was born… 

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Poem homework by Olivia weaver

A broken sky shattered into one thousand pieces.

The darkness of an ebony eclipse.

The last crystal scale from an ancient dinosaur.

The only known tooth from a megladon shark.

A last golden soul from a golden flower.

The last rain drop from an ivory sky.

As heir glow of a teal moon

Thaw dry drip of copper steel.

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Homework writing by Imogen

CRASH! A green light flickered outside. I awoke with a jump. With the dog howling, I knew something had happened. Peeking through the bedroom curtains, I started to sweat. A scream came from somewhere in the village. Running to the front door, I slipped on my trainers and turned on my torch. I opened the front door. The supernatural wind made me shiver.



Homework writing

Jenna stomped down the cold mysterious path. There was only a few meters to the park and she was meeting a friend. Jenna was  drenched. The rain spat down and the clouds were black. Jenna spotted something. What was it? Her heart pounded as the noise grew louder. It was coming towards Jenna. Scared, she went to have a look. It was monstrous – its teeth were as sharp as razors and it stood meters tall .Suddenly, it began to talk…..!


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Homework -Writing

The moon glistened in the  world of fear as Harry stumbled across the land . It was dark and gloomy , you never know what’s was there and what wasn’t.Fog engulfed the forrest .Harry was wounded from a tree he fell over . It wasn’t pretty blood was all over his leg and it hurt  to walk, but he had to keep going to get away from it .Death. Snap! What was that ?Where did it co from? Snap !It came closer . Snap ! Harry felt breath on his own neck .He turned his head and there it was ….

DEATH. Suddenly gone . Gone from plain sight .Harry was scared  and he wanted to go home but he couldn’t because he was in  Nightmare .

Days later , it happened again same thing over and over again he was being haunted haunted by the Haunter .


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