2020 Athletics

This year I competed in the school’s Athletics. I had been waiting for this moment for a couple of months now. We have been practising this so hard every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. We practised and we also did the real thing on our school field. My favourite things were sprints,high jump,long jump and discus. Me, Josh, Sean and Archie were the top competitive people. The highlight of my day was when I came 2d in discus Archie came first and Josh came third. The most interesting thing was how the discus flew through the air, sometimes it went like a spiral but mine went smoothly like a flying saucer and I was really pleased. The one thing I was really grateful for was how fast I ran in my sprints which I came third. Third place was good for me because Archie and Sean were really fast. But I was still a bit disappointed because I did not come second or first.

MOTAT

I was puffing as I walked to school. It was Thursday 12th November, the most exciting day ever. IT WAS THE SCHOOL TRIP TO MOTAT TODAY!!!!!!!!

When I came to school, the first thing I saw was Ella and the boys looking depressed. And Zara looking very excited.. ” EMILY ITS OUR TRIP TO MOTAT TODAY!!!!!!! ” said Zara.

A while later, we arrived at the bus station. We hopped onto the bus and drove off.

On the bus I chatted with other students until we were at MOTAT. Then we followed the educator to this to this round. has echoes house to go over our timetable.

First we had some looking around and then a tram ride, and some more looking around.

I absloutely love MOTAT It was so much fun.

 

white vented

It was a boring Sunday. there was no school but there was nothing to do. I decided to go to my friend Charley’s house. It turned out Maddi was there to so we all played among us together. In the game we played were all crew mates so we decided to stick together. we all had the same task in O2, you know the one with the leaves. Anyway charley was talking about how they should add a castle map and how it would be so cool until… WE SAW WHITE VENT. we ran to the emergency meeting button and called a emergency meeting. “white vented” I said. “blue and black saw”. “vote white” said blue. “yep” said black. “vote yellow” said white. and just at that moment every one voted me, and white won… “AMONG US SUCKS” I shouted.

the end

the among us game!

Finally, a game that’s not full “yes”. I joined the game and someone stole my color. I had to be white but then he left the game so I could be black again. Well, i was waiting for the game to start.  I thought it would be cool if there was a carousel map. Then the game finally started I was a crewmate. I went to do tasks and I had the task in the O2 room,  you know the one where you empty the leaves out of the oxygen. Well anyway,  i finished my tasks and went to cams and there was nothing suspicious.  So i rolled around in a circle.  then I got crafty and used a hack i learned from my friend. I’d slightly so i could see into admin. then I saw red vent called an emergency meeting and we won the game. the end

Another Day Without Mum

Tonight the stars are covered by the clouds and firm rain.

Not like yesterday. Yesterday, my family and I rolled down the hills of Glover Park. 

As I was rolling, I felt the presence of the leaves. They were rolling beside my shoulders. My little sister wasn’t there with me. Happily, she was dancing around the gang of elderly trees. As I frolicked down the hill I could just hear a glimpse of my sister acting crafty with leaves and singing about pretty princesses. Woah, kids grow. 

 

All of a sudden, Dad had called us from above the hill – interrupting my little sister’s quest to the magical castle of Narnia. Hours later, I couldn’t sleep. Especially after my Dad’s disgusting white marble stew. It sounds good, but it’s apparently the antithesis of its soft name.

 

I decided to go outside onto my rounded balcony that my father and sister don’t know about. As I peeped into my mother’s stargazer, I didn’t see the  constellations that shined down on me. I saw my mother. She would usually give me the most warming smile that could cheer any devastated being. 

 

I’d missed her. I knew that it should’ve made most of my life when she was in it. My heart grow heavy, full of guilt. I dazed at the night sky; away from the stargazer. Slowly, I whispered, “I’m sorry.”