Stories

We publish thousands of stories each year, all written by our brilliant students. Here’s a selection of what they’ve been writing across our workshops.

The Weird Dream by Sama

By Sama, Year 6

One day a girl called Sandy woke up in a huge forest. She had no idea why she was there. She started shouting for help but no one responded, she...

Dogs are better than cats by Yousef

By Yousef, Year 4

I believe that dogs are better than cats because dogs make you happy and relaxed and when you are sad they will cheer you up. Dogs protect you from danger....

Cuttlefish by Dünya

By Dunya, Year 6

Cuttlefish are intelligent invertebrates (animals without backbones) that live in seas and oceans. Like their closest cousins, octopuses and squid, they are molluscs. I found Cuttlefish very interesting to write...

I Can’t Get Out by Dünya

By Dunya, Year 6

BZZZZZZ! BZZZZZZZ! Zena was up and dressed to get to work at the hive. As she happily said bye to her family and set off, she realised the day was...

Where Did Ginger Go by Dünya

By Dunya, Year 6

I was called to the scene of a crime by a devastated young lady. All I could hear over the phone were sobs of sadness. This young lady said that...

The Struggler

By Jake, Year 9

The content below contains mature content and adult themes. If you have any concerns or if you are below 13 years of age please do not continue reading. If you are...

Museum of Me by Lillian

By Lillian, Stage 4

My bracelet has lots of charms that represent different aspects of my life. One special charm was given to me when my brother was born, making this really special. When...

Mood Poem by Lillian

By Lillian, Stage 4

Remember when grass was green? The sun made water gleem? Remember the sound of chirping birds? When I studied them like a nerd? Now the grass is always dead. Looks...

Story about an Animal by Lillian

By Lillian, Stage 4

Story about an animal “The sun is up AGAIN! I can’t believe it!” yelled my brother waking up our farmer person Bill. “Of course it did. It always does.” I...

Museum of Me by Kiara

By Kiara, Stage 4

Pink elephant When I was young, I got Elephant a pink elephant who fulfils my childhood memories. One time we made a plushy race where we would throw a bunch...

Mood Poem by Kiara

By Kiara, Stage 4

Cold air blows on my arm, peaceful quiet there is no harm; Loud and piercing, a screech I hear, Cold and quiet again I fear. Ears ring loud, quiet alarming,...

Wendy the Wheelchair Girl by Mina

By Mina, Year 4

One day there was a girl called Wendy in high school. A girl called Tracey was always a bully. She used to call Wendy,”Wendy the wheelchair girl” then Tracey’s friend...

Basketball by Christian

Year 6

Introduction Slam! The audience cheer with excitement after the first dunk was done, my body was exhausted after the first round of the basketball game. The  referee blowed his whistle...

The Racial Gate by Merna

By Merna, Year 9

“We don’t want you here.”  “Stay away.” I collapse at the things they say. The school kids live in freedom and run around My youthful imagination plummets to the ground...

Colour Poem by Aaron

By Aaron, Stage 4

Blue is the table cover feels smooth looks long and small tastes of yucky germs reminds me of safe travel   Yellow  is lemon feels hard looks like a lemon...