Here you will find Amelia’s year 5 blog.
Dear Rose and Jeff [our marvellous prefects],
I am writing in regard to inform you about how important social game, such as a gentle snowball fight, is to us children. My name is Amelia Bowen-Price; I’m a well-behaved pupil of Layton Primary School.
Surely you would agree that, snowball fighting should be allowed to be played on the school field. Scientific evidence says that at different schools there are 70% of children have stronger arm muscles by playing these types of games.
Don’t you think that Layton will be such a great school if children can have fun?
I hope you agree with my permanent point of view.
Well done for going home and practising your persuasive writing – you may add 1 dojo in class.
To up level your persuasion, could you link your evidence to the reason that you have just discussed?
Thankyou miss d xxx
You are smart and true,
Because of all the treasure that is inside you,
Your hair is all silky,
Your skin is smooth and milky.
We all love you Miss D
Aw well this has put a smile on my face – thank you Amelia! Name in prize box 🙂 x
A poem made I just for you,
And believe it or not, it’s
You are kind, helpful and honest,
Not just like Miss domics!
You are the greatest class I have ever had,
And we always make Miss Dyer glad,
Hey miss d,
You sting like a bee,
and you will always be there to save the day,
THE CURIOUS GIRL…
As the little girl stared curiously out of the dirty window at the wonderful outside world, she wondered what it would be like to step foot on the shining, green grass that lay under all the concrete and houses that had been built.
‘‘Lily, I’m going to the shop do you need anything?” her mother called politely.
Lily completely ignored her and carried on looking out the window.
Her mother came stomping into the room and frowned at her in a furious anger, but the girl couldn’t be bothered to face her mother because she knew she was into a lot of trouble.
Without a word her mother left the dark room.
Lily could hear the creaking of the huge, oak door of the David’s house squeal it was like someone’s sharp fingernails were scraping a new black board. She waved as she watched her mother leave the dull front yard.
At night Lily always heard little female voices coming from her wooden chest and today she was going to find out whose it was.
As the weak girl reached the top of the wiry stair case she approached her chest of toys.
Lily took a deep breathe and lifted the heavy lid of her toy box.
And in the that box she found not
Just toys, dolls and games
but a FAIRY…
MISS D RULES
M: akes us happy.
S:upper at literacy
S:ience is great
And that is why we love you miss dyer
Amelia’s 100 word challenge!!!
Sunday 23rd November 2014
Prompt: It was dark and gloomy
I looked outside my boring bedroom
Window this morning, It was a dark and
Gloomy and no body was out; I knew something was up, so I
Ran into the cold, ruined, kitchen to look for my beloved Mama and Papa.
They weren’t there.
So I checked their bedroom
Before I gave up. I ran and
Scanned every single room looking for any member of my family. But it was no sine of anyone. I kneeled in the dreaded hallway with my eyes filled with sorrowful tears. All of a sudden a tall figure
Loomed before the old, stained glass window…
Very mysterious Amelia… good use of figurative language to add suspense!
I am making a new poster for the tribe display.iam bringing it in to morrow and I hope you will all like it.See you all tomorrow.
Thats amazing amelia
Hey everyone exited for a dinner…well I certainly am ,come on my parents said yes so yours will too M
It was a miserable, rainy, Sunday evening; a full moon glistened in the stray night sky, echoing throughout the foggy clouds. I could hear werewolf howling in the darkness, it felt like the ferocious beast’s fur was brushing against my delicate skin, breathing rapidly; pushing my silky hair to the solid pillow.
I felt threatened to the soul as I tried to dream for my beloved parents. I could barely move all I could do was listen to the constant ticking of my antiquated clock.
Hi everyone I can’t wait till our horrible history, groovy Greeks, at the grand theater
All I want to say is well done Mollie and Ella D, in year five for competing for layton primary school in the cricket at Stanley park. I CAN’T WAIT TO SEE WHERE WE COME!!!!!!!
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