Poetry Sharing


Posted by Mr Sisterson | Posted in General News | Posted on 09-06-2017

Well Done Luke!


Posted by Mr Sisterson | Posted in General News | Posted on 13-12-2016

Congratulations to Luke for being chosen to appear on the 100 Word Challenge Showcase for Week#13. Follow this link (https://100wc.net/showcase-week13-2/) to find his post and perhaps leave a comment. Let’s keep up this dedication to our writing and, hopefully, more of us at Aveley will appear on Mrs Skinner’s blog.

100WC Week #12 by Miss Mansell


Posted by 6spupil2016 | Posted in General News | Posted on 22-11-2016

Unusual Pot Poem 

My mother warned me regularly,

To watch the words I said,

And stop stuffing my foot,

Into the hole that’s in my head.


Foot in mouth disease she said,

Is appalling for one’s health,

So I should be more careful,

When expressing myself.


But I’m not one to listen,

And to her I’d not attend,

And my foot was often in there,

Past the ankle and its bend.


And now I’ve really shown her,

For employment I have found,

And I am quite famous,

With all the folk around my town.


Of course it is a pity,

That I cannot walk at all,

But that’s because my head’s a flowerpot,

And my bum’s a terracotta wall!

Poem About Mr Sisterson


Posted by 6spupil2016 | Posted in General News | Posted on 16-09-2016

A poem about Mr Sisterson 6S…

Mr Sisterson can be very cool
But sometimes he can be a fool
He wears glasses on his nose
And when nobody’s looking he makes a pose
His beard’s so short and brown
He’s the king of the class, he needs a crown!
He’s very good at drawing
But never ever boring
Always a cheesy smile on his face
And when you’re bad he goes “what a disgrace!”
He doesn’t like wasting time
So sing this very little rhyme
He’s crazy at dancing
However not prancing
Always busy running round the school
Telling children to walk so they don’t fall
Mr Sisterson likes a joke
When misbehaving you get a poke
Be here by 8.45 in the morning
But sir, I’m still yawning
Listen up now this is all about Mr Sisterson!!

By Michael Watts

Michael’s Work from Home


Posted by 6spupil2016 | Posted in General News | Posted on 16-09-2016

The main characters in this book are Matilda, Miss Honey and Miss Trunchbull. I liked Matilda because she was very wise and funny I liked Miss Honey because she was helpful and kind.
Matilda is a little girl who loves reading. She has superpower eyes. She can use them for lifting and breaking things. She protected the other children in the class from Miss Trunchbull and she helped Miss Honey get her mansion back which miss Trunchbull took. At the end she defeated the evil Miss Trunchbull and it is a really happy ending.
This book is amazing. There is a lot of fantastic creative imagination. My favourite part was when Matilda poured the water all over Miss Trunchbull to make her swallow the lizard that was in the water. It was super funny.
I strongly recommend this book to all children from ages 7 to 12 I believe they will enjoy the funny story.
Captured by a giant! The BFG is no ordinary bone-crunching giant. He is far too pleasant for that. It’s lucky for sophie that he is. Had she been carried off in the middle of the night by the Bloodbottler, the fleshlumpeater, the bonecruncher, or any of the other giants-rather than the BFG-she would have soon become breakfast.

When Sophie hears that they are in England looking for more body’s off in England to swollomp a few nice little children, she decides she must stop them once and for all. And the BFG is going to help her!

It all began at Sophie’s window at night. Sophie, a lonely orphan, lies in her bed, cold and tired trying to go to sleep. But when moonlight shines through the curtain onto her pillow keeping her up from her sleep. Does she dare get up and close the curtain? The small scared Sophie gets up and creeps towards the window. she didnt dare make a noise? About to close them a extremely tall giant  catches her attention as he approaches the windows in her street. Frozen with fear,she stares at the massive  creature. Huge round ears pop out of the sides of his head. Bigger than boulders  , his eyes glint in the moonlight. She can barely see the deep black  suitcase in his hand and a trumpet in the other. Little does she know this figure will change the rest of her life. The story is about what happens to her and her odd friend, the BFG!
Just like the Big Friendly Giant changed Sophie’s life for the better, Sophie also changes his. Sophie thinks of a plan which turns out to be a miracle. What happens to the BFG and Sophie is for you to find out!!!

I think that you should:
“not to judge a book by its cover.” In many ways The BFG shows it’s not the ugly people who are monsters, it’s the evil people

So, when you respond to someone in a supermarket market or a petrol station think before you go yuk or euw because they might be one of the nicest people you could know.

Our Performance Poetry


Posted by Mr Sisterson | Posted in General News | Posted on 14-09-2016

To conclude a fantastic first week back, we performed the poem ‘Words’ by James Reeves to the rest of the school. Check out our props! Please comment with your opinions but ensure you use fully punctuated sentences.