Poetry Sharing

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

100WC by Alex Week #24

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Posted by 6spupil2016 | Posted in General News | Posted on 09-03-2017

The Forest Giant

In the woods deep deep down,

A giant person from the trees,

Coloured all in black and brown,

Full of nature on his knees.

 

One very bright day in the forest today,

A strange little man followed him now,

He said, “Now get out of my way,

Or I will make you a very slow cow!”

 

But the huge giant still moved slowly,

Instead he walked backwards like a snail,

Soon enough he wasn’t lonely,

The gnome said, “You will now have a tail.

 

“You will not be green you’ll be grey,

Turned into boring stone,

And be lost like a piece of hay!”

All that is left is a hand like a bone.

Well Done Luke!

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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#13 By Alex

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Posted by 6spupil2016 | Posted in General News | Posted on 29-11-2016

The Crucial Crocodile

Down in the swamp where it’s stinky,

The crocodile will bite your little pinkie,

Even though he growls like a monkey,

A once in a while they even looked a little funky.

 

But always remember what happened to her,

The creeping croc used his lure,

Walking quickly and after the girl’s juicy head,

SNAP, SNAP, SNAP – she’s secretly dead.

 

Now you heard all of this wide story,

A little pretty, orange, lovely, lorry,

Within the crocodile’s completely harassed,

And yet again the story collapsed.

100WC Week #12 by Miss Mansell

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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!

CLASS ASSEMBLY

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Posted by 6spupil2016 | Posted in General News | Posted on 18-10-2016

Well done to everybody on our class assembly today!

Absolutley perfect! Hope you enjoyed it because you could see the parents and the school did. Some of you thought it was scary, well so did I but oh we’ll it’s over with now.

That is the best assembly we ever had!!

THANK YOU MR SISTERSON FOR BEING A GREAT TEACHER AND SUPPORTING US TO ACHIEVE AND TEACHING US TO LEARN OUR LINES. WITHOUT MR SISTERSON IT WOULDN’T HAVE BEEN THAT FABULOUS!!

THANK YOU SIR

BY MICHAEL 6S

P.s: Another well done 6S

Poem About Mr Sisterson

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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

Our Performance Poetry

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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.