On my Holiday By:Adelaide Orchard

July 16, 2014

First day

 

When the holiday came I knew we were leaving in a couple of days to London.We left on Saturday at 11:00 am. When we got in the car I first started to look out the window for an hour and a 1/2 then I got bored so I asked if we could play a bit of Minecraft and they said yes.


We Are All Equal (Frozen Let It Go Parody) by Isabel

July 15, 2014

We Are All Equal

Got to sleep on the streets tonight

Not a safe place to be seen

Cold streets of isolation,

Why are other people so mean?

The wind is howling like this swirling storm inside

Couldn’t find a bed, heaven knows I tried!

Don’t have a home, don’t have a bed

Its not the way it has to be

Conceal, don’t feel, don’t let them know

Well now they know!

I just need, a safe home

Can’t sleep on the streets anymore

 We are all equal

All children special!

I just want

To feel safe and warm

Can someone help me now,

I’m a child a need I need a safe home!

It’s funny how some countries

Make everyone equal

And we think that this should happen

Everywhere in the world!

It’s time to treat us all the same

Give us opportunities and rights

No right, no wrong, we’re all equal!

We are all equal

I am one with the wind and sky

Let it go, let it go

You’ll never see me cry!

We’ve got rights

That we’ll stand up for

Children are special,

We are all equal!

We are all equal here in Knowle Park Primary School,

We are all special, not just one or two,

And we all know that we’re all the same

I’ll never be unfair, Everyone is equal!

We are all equal

We know all of our rights,

We are all equal

We are all special!

Here we stand

In our primary school

We are all special,

All children in Knowle Park are special!


Tudoor Times

June 8, 2014

IN THE MORNING  I WOKE UP AND I HAD SEA BUISCITS AND SEA WATER IT TASTED SALTY. THE BOAT WAS ROCKING SIDE TO SIDE AS THE SEA WATER WAS MOVING.

THE WETHER WAS  THUNDER AND LIGHTING. I WAS SICK AROUND  ME! AHH!

I LOADED THE CANNONS UP  READY  TO FIRE AT THE PIRATES TRYING TO COME ABOARD !  THEY TRYED TO STEAL FOOD AND JEWELS.  NO PIRATES MADE IT ABORD AS I MANAGED TO PUSH THEM OFF THE SHIP.

IN THE EVENING WE PLAYED BOARD GAMES, LOTS OF DIFFERANT KINDS OF BOARD GAMES.


Upon the Victoria By Jun Hao

June 8, 2014

Monday day 1

We were waving at our family as we climbed aboard the Victoria. Our captain (Ferdinado Magellen) was saying farewell to his family and friends. I rigged the sail although it was dangerous. You had to climb to the top of ship and realease the sail. We had promised Henry VIII that we would make new discoveries. However I didn’t think we would. If we didn’t discover anything we might be executed!

On board the ship, the candle’s flamable flames caught onto wooden, timber deck… we had to put out the fire with water collected from the sea. For lunch we had sea biscuits filled with weevils(beetles) I caught Scurvy and anaemia for not having enough vitinum C and iron. Afterwards, I scrubbed deck a lot I made it shining clean.

In our spare time we :gammbled, played Backgammon; afew musical instruments and chess. That night it was a stormy the waves crashed about I rolled about in my hammock. I had this dream. We discovered a new places…


When I went to the army

May 28, 2014

On Friday after school I went to the army because my mums friend Carl is in the army so we went to see him.

First, we saw the guns that they used after we saw the tanks that they go in. After we done all that it sated to get dark so we went to bed it looked like a hotel. But really it’s just lots of rooms in one billing  you can only go in the army if you have a pass thing.

On Saturday I heard a bang it was some one on the army shooting a …….

 

To be continued in part 2 on Wednesday 8th may

by MELISSA MEA

 


The sandwich song by Melissa

May 28, 2014

The sandwich 2x

Fell down my hole 1x

After he met a mole 1x

Then he walked into a pole 1x

The sandwich 2x

The sandwich soar a sandwich

and the samwich was good


The Adventures of the three Piglets Part 1 By:Adelaide and Megan

May 14, 2014

Once upon a time, there lived an old,wrinkly farmer named John. John, who loved pigs, had three piglets the oldest one was called Piggles McFee the second oldest Pickles and the youngest Piggles.

Late one night, when the three little piglets were all sound asleep thats when it happend…

To Be Coninued


Henry the VII Fact File By:Adelaide

May 13, 2014

Name:Henry the VII

Born:January 28, 1457 at Pembroke Castle

Parents:Edmund Tudor, Earl of Richmond, and Margret Beaufort

Relation to Elizabeth the II: 13 great-grandfather

House of: Tudor

Ascended to Throne: August 23 1485 Aged 28 years (or 2 decades and eight years)

Crowned: October 30, 1485 at Westminster Abbey

Married: Elizabeth of York, daughter of Edward IV

Children: Three sons and four daughters. Only four of whom survived infancy; Arthur,Margret,Henry and Mary

Died:April 21, 1509 at Richmond Palace, surrey, aged 52 years, 2 months, and 21 days

Buried at: Westminster

Reigned for: 23 years, 7 months, and 28 days

Succeeded by: His son Henry the VIII

Thank you for reading these Tudor Facts
 
By:Adelaide

Henry the eighth By Isabel

May 11, 2014

In 1509 Henry seventh died and was succeeded by his eighteen year old son, who became Henry the eighth. The new ruler had a huge appetite for pleasure-eating to much, and spent all of the money that his father had saved on great banquets and arrogant displays of power. The young King was incredibly athletic, and often  challenged the nobles in his court, known as courtiers, to wrestling or jousting competitions. Henry always won of course, no one ever dared to beat him. The courtiers lived in constant fear of the King’s childish moods. He often flew into sudden rages, thrashing them with sticks or bursting into tears. As the kings reign wore on, Henry grew paranoid, believing that his courtiers would betray him, so he encouraged them to spy on each other. He executed some of  his most trusted ministers simply because of lies that were spread by their rivals.

 

 

                                                                                                     Henry the eighths wives                                                                                                                      

Divorced, Beheaded and died  Divorced, beheaded, survived                                                                                             

I’m Henry the eighth I had six sorry wives some could say I ruined their lives

Catherine of Argon was one 

She failed to give  me a son

I had to ask  her for a divorce

That broke her poor heart of course

Young Anne Boleyn   she was two

Had a daughter the best she could do

I said she’d fluttered with some other man 

Off the chop went dear Anne

Lovely Jane Seymour was three

A lovable lifetime for me

She gave me a son little prince Ed

Then poor old Jane went and dropped dead 

Divorced, Beheaded and Died

Divorced, Beheaded, Survived

I’m Henry the eighth I had six sorry wives

Some could say I ruined their lived

Anne of cleaves she was four 

I fell for the portrait I saw

Then laid eyes on her face and cried she’s a Horse

I must have another divorce

Catherine Howard was five 

A child of nineteen so alive

She fluttered with others no way to behave

The axe sent young Cath to her grave

Catherine Parr she was last 

By then all my best days were past

I lay on my death bead age just 55

Lucky Catherine the last stayed alive I mean how unfair

Divorced, Beheaded and Died

Divorced, Beheaded, Survived

I’m Henry the eighth I had six sorry wives

Some could say I ruined their lives

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All about William Shakespeare By Isabel

May 7, 2014

William Shakespeare was an English poet,playwright and  actor, regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world’s pre-eminent dramatist. He is often called the “Bard of Avon”.

Birth date,nobody knows when he was born. He was baptized on the 26th April 1564.

Writers such as Christopher  Marlowe and Ben Jonson produced brilliant plays. But the greatest writer was William Shakespeare who wrote at least thirty six plays,playing parts in many of them. Shakespeare is known as one of the best writers in the world. He put his plays at the globe, a playhouse in London that held up to three thousand people. These performances were very different from modern productions. The actors had to shout to be heard over the noisy audience . Women were played by male actors wearing wigs and dresses. Actors in fight scenes used real weapons, and sometimes seriously injured each other. Cannons were sometimes fired on stage,and on one occasion this set the building on fire! Where as nowadays we use a small cork called a “maroon”.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        

 

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