Hello World

by Lola aged 4

ma name is Jefforyyyyyyyyy

The Seaside

by Rowan aged 6

The Seaside I go to
The seaside I play at
I swim in the shady sea
I dig the golden sand up
The ice-cream makes me have a
Brain freeze!
The shiny shells make my eyes
Go all silver
The rock pools make me really excited
The fish I find
And the seagulls
The seagulls are
Really loud
The starfish are
Really pinky and shiny
Bye bye seaside
See you next time
See you another day.


by Lana Williams aged 8

Hands up
Hands down
Wave them all around
Like you are a clown.
It’s mean to play tricks
but that’s how clowns get their kicks.
Clowns aren’t scary
they are just silly and hairy.


by Rowan aged 6

I go to football
I watch football
The Stadium shines
On my football boots
He shoots!
He scores!
The goalie bends down
To save the ball
The ball really tickles his feet!
The cross bar challenge
Dribbling the ball,
Messi tricks the players
So that he can…

Bears and Hare

by Noureen K. Ajmal aged 6

We are in the fair.
A bear swallows a hare.
Hare’s hair tangles up,
But no problem.
There comes another hare,
And every hare gets swallowed.
Here comes another bear,
And the bear swallows the bear.
Bear’s tummy feels like rumbling.
It gets bigger and bigger.
And the bear inside the bear
Swallows the hare inside the bear.
That’s a very rare thing.
The bear’s tummy gets bigger and even bigger.
Bigger than any bear could have.
Suddenly, the bear’s tummy burst.
Here comes the hare,
Popping out of the mouth.
And everyone pops out
And the bear was dead
And hare became friends with bear!

What Do You See?

by Noureen K. Ajmal aged 6

What’s that?
Don’t worry,
It’s just a fair.

What’s that?
Don’t worry,
It’s just a hare.

What’s that?
Don’t worry,
It’s just a bear.

A bear!
Run for your lives!


by Lottie James aged 6

Starry night
Starry night
Up high
I can see a light.

When it’s morning,
Everyone’s yawning.
It’s too bright
for the stars to shine.

Except one star.
The biggest of all.
Burning, flaming, scorching hot

Sunny day
Starry night
Sunny day
Starry night.

Never Give Up

by Abigail aged 6

Never give up,

never give up,

never give up.

Keep on trying

and don’t give up.


by sophie aged 9

Tiger, oh tiger,
Roar with pride on a hilltop
Let thy stripes hide the darkness you hold
And let thee be free!

My Mum

by Gemma aged 10

My mum
She is fun
She shines just like a sun
She is the best mum ever
I couldn’t have had one better
She cannot be replaced by
Someone from this race
I love my mum