James Taylor, ‘Snowflake Slaughter’ A multitude of snowflakes slowly and silently slaying the whistling wind like a pestilence, but withering their afternoon age in the wind. Martin Streeter, ‘Snowflakes’ A beauty, but still, Falling like Leaves. The wind silently whispering, They wandered all afternoon. Slowly dropping, silently slain, Thickly the Snowflakes lay. All on […]Read more "Creative Writing – James Taylor & Martin Streeter"
The following was written by Zac Anderson and is a terrific example of a ‘mini-monologue’. Well done Zac, best of luck in the competition! Mr Pollard The Men With The False Confession (Moses Akatugba) I was a son, I was a student, Just a boy, Content and carefree. And then they came. Men bearing guns, […]Read more "Mini-Monologue – Moses Akatugba"
Attention all budding writers! Some students will be taking part in a competition this week to write a mini-monologue of 100 words. For details click the link below, first prize is a Kindle Fire HD! Mr P https://www.youngwriters.co.uk/competitions/mini-monologues.phpRead more "Key Stage 3 & 4 Mini Monologues Competition!"