Visit from the Rock Steady Music School


Posted by Mr Sisterson | Posted in General News | Posted on 21-06-2017

We were so lucky to be visited by Steve from the Rock Steady Music School today. He showed us a range of instruments, taught us lots about music and even let us form our own Year 6 rock band. Check out the video of us rocking out!

100WC Week#36 by Justin and Preston


Posted by 6spupil2016 | Posted in General News | Posted on 20-06-2017

Little People vs Big People 

On one summer morning, the Little People –  who were called Playful Preston, Jumping Justin and Moaning Matt – were all strolling to the “OLD SHIP” pub. While they were on their way, they heard a loud bang and sprinted to the scene.

When they arrived, the three lads gawped at a humongous egg which had been thrown by the evil gargantuan Big People. All of a sudden, someone began to scream like prey caught by a hunter.

“What on Earth is that noise?” moaned Matt like he always did. On closer inspection, Justin, Preston and Matt realised that someone was under the egg…

100WC Week#34 by Preston, Justin and Bobby


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

McSisterson’s Miserable Monday

One miserable Monday morning, a teacher – Mr McSisterson – fell through the school gates with a throbbing migraine. He felt like a man being pulled into prison; he could not face listening to those howling monkeys. In order to escape this upcoming hell, he decided to bolt himself into the bath room.

While in the odious toilets, Mr McSisterson desperately required a drink to hydrate his headache so he squeezed the water fountain’s button. However, the water just kept gushing out in an unstoppable tsunami. Soon, the headteacher arrived. “Sir! What a mess you have made!” she exclaimed.”Get to class now!

100WC Week#30 by Justin, Bobby & Preston


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

The Special Ingredient.

One grim morning, I begrudgingly approached the queen’s castle. I had to visit because I was invited after slaying the people-roasting dragon. To be honest, I didn’t fancy it much as I had heard that her home-cooking was horrendous. Apparently – since her beloved husband passed away – she had become a little too adventurous with ingredient choice.

When I took a seat in the cavernous dining room, the Queen (now one hundred) presented me with an odd-smelling loaf of bread. I regretfully took a bite but I just couldn’t eat something so dry. When I asked for the recipe, the Queen replied: “My secret ingredient is my deceased husband’s ashes; he still loves to help in the kitchen!”