Saturday, 10 March 2018

…but what if I was in charge?… by Daisy

 Jack always wanted to be a head teacher. Now he was older, it was one normal school day. He could hear the other boys whispering how awful Jack would be if he ever became head teacher. He got really angry, “But what if I was in charge?” he thought, making him more determined.  
Years passed, and Jack became head of the local high school. Now he WAS in chargehe made a rule to punish anyone who didn’t believe in other people's dreams and encourage everyone, including those hardly noticed, to never give up and be sure they got were heard!  


  1. What a lovely rule! What was the punishment though?
    Mr. M. (Team 100WC)
    Bedfordshire, UK

  2. A very interesting rule - everyone needs to have dreams and everyone deserves to be surrounded by people who support their dreams. I hope you have lots of hopes and dreams for the future. I enjoyed reading your writing from the other side of the world (I am in Pukekohe, New Zealand). Keep up the great work.