100WC Week#35 by Ethan


Posted by 6spupil2016 | Posted in General News | Posted on 13-06-2017

Dear Andrew Sesay,

I was really interested to hear what you are working  for and I want to congratulate you for your help to all of Sierra Leone’s women and other people. I know you are really good and I’d like to donate to you for your hard work (£250) so that you can see a lot better and get much better equipment. Also, I have asked all of my friends and colleges to donate to you because of ebola or other diseases. I’m so glad that you are helping and I hope you continue your work and get lots of donations and succeed at your career.

Your sincerely,


100WC Week#34 By Ethan


Posted by 6spupil2016 | Posted in General News | Posted on 06-06-2017

The Waterfall of Death

“Lets go!” yelled Jake as he opened the old, brown sturdy door.

“Coming!” replied Amanda, running down the dark, creepy stairway.

As they set foot in the green, gloomy rain-forest the sounds were like animals arguing over which food was theirs. Mysteriously, Jake tripped over something like a boulder rolling quickly down a dark, creepy cavern. “Whoa,” he whispered as he stood up dizzy. “Look at this massive waterfall.”

As soon as Amanda arrived, Jake was thinking: “Why does the water just keep gushing out?” Unfortunately, Jake sadly fell into the murky, grey water and drowned without warning. Amanda returned home and never set foot in the jungle again…

100WC Week#30 by Ethan


Posted by 6spupil2016 | Posted in General News | Posted on 09-05-2017

SATs Leads To Nervousness

As the morning woke, Max was as nervous as a new-born kitten about SATs. “Mum, I just couldn’t eat anything so I gave it to the dog and cat!” he yelled nervously.

“Why what’s wrong Max?” Mum replied as she walked into the kitchen.

“It’s S…SA…SATs week,” Max explained.

As the school bell rang, he was given the arithmetic paper. “Ohh no,” Max whispered to his greatest friend James.

“It’s okay Max, chill out,” James whispered back. The SATs paper (which was created by the powerful government) had begun. He was so so nervous that he nearly answered all the questions wrong and didn’t pass. “All because of being nervous – don’t be nervous, Max,” he whispered to himself quietly.