Saturday, 17 September 2016

How to make the perfect Trogglehumper for enemies by Rhianna

You will need:

  • A dream about themself
  • A dream about you
  • A dream about victory
  • A dream about boxing
  • A dream about severed heads (it's disturbing; don't use on chiddlers)
  • A bowl
  • A trumpet
  • A jar
Put themself and you in it, and mix it. Then add boxing, then mix carefully. Next, add victory and severed heads. Mix until well stirred. then put it in a jar for safe-keeping. Blow it into their room when asleep. Pranks this good should be put on the telly-telly bunkam box.


Saturday, 10 September 2016

...and I thought, 'Well what a start... by Rhianna

"Right. Time to do a 100 word challenge. Here goes:"
Jo. ,u ms,r od Tjosmms. jrjr. Eju od yjod mpy eptlomh?

"Mum! The typewriter won't work!"
"Was that your brother again?"
"I don't know! I type H and it comes out as J!"
"H and J are next to each other, aren't they?"
"Yes, they are."
"Type one before the letter you want to type."

And I thought 'Well what a start'. Can you decode the message I wrote? I'll give you a clue, it's one character after the one I wanted to type on the standard keyboard.

...and I thought, 'Well what a start... by William

"Beep, Beep" went my alarm. I turned to slam the button down before rolling over and going back to sleep. Suddenly, I remembered it's the first day back to school. I excitedly put my uniform on and skipped downstairs to have my breakfast. Afterwards, I nervously took my first steps outside, as this was the first day I was allowed to walk to school on my own. I walked happily down the street being very aware of every car and person around me, but feeling very grown-up too. As I walked into the school gates, I stopped and I thought, "well what a start can't wait for yr6."

...and I thought, 'Well what a start... by Lisa

I was so excited! That morning was my first day of year six and everything was new. New teachers, new classroom, and a couple of new lessons. When I got to school and saw the crowded corridors, I thought, “Well what a start!” I went into my new classroom and put my snack, book and pocket tissues in my tray. I put my lunchbox in the trolley and my water bottle in the basket. Then it was time for lessons, first we had service. Next we were going to be put into groups for Maths and English. I couldn’t wait!

Monday, 5 September 2016

...and I thought, 'Well what a start... by Isabelle

The start of the summer holidays here I come. I can't believe school has finished already - I mean how quick has that gone?

Anyway the start of the summer holidays didn't go quite as I had planned. I was in the park with my friends when something terrible happened. I was climbing a tree when one of my friends stood on my hand and I fell to the ground. Turns out I broke the same bones in both legs and I thought, 'Well what a start!' I was so gutted. I couldn't dance or ice skate or do anything. WHY!

Sunday, 4 September 2016

...and I thought, 'Well what a start... by Tyler W

Beep, beep, beep, the alarm clock begins its weekly schedule after a lovely six weeks off, and as usual a big yawn follows the sleep button. 
“Timmy!” bellows Mrs. Hip, “Time to get ready for school have your breakfast and Timmy are you up?” 
Timmy being mischievous as usual sneaks out of bed and gets ready for school. Creeping down the stairs he didn’t see the cat, Crash, Bang and Wallop. Observing this as a little mouse I laughed and I thought, 'Well what a start, his day is going to be great. What will happen to him at school?'