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.

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Troy’s Tale of Bob Marley

Year 5/6

Bob Marley never imagined he would meet his ancestor that wet Friday afternoon, but the ancient power trapped the drum and other ideas...

To Save a Life

By Grace W, Year 8

I sat down on the bus, avoiding eye contact with anyone. I fingered the collar of my nurse’s uniform nervously. I was always heckled whenever I caught the bus, but with my car out of service I had no choice.

Six Weeks Later

By Ella, Year 8

I’m reluctant to start this story because I’m worried people won’t believe me. Sometimes, I don’t know if I believe it myself.


Year 9

After Debert Towney Jason finished his work, he walked to the bus stop with a tired feeling and yawning sometimes.

The Weeping Diana

By Hiba R, Year 8

I’m not sure of what exactly happened that day, but I do know it was something to do with my dear mother, Princess Diana.

Friday Night

By Riyam, Year 7

It was a dark, stormy, Friday night. I was really bored, so I decided to turn on the TV and watch a movie.

Protest Poetry: Untitled

By Parsa K

I'm just an ordinary man from a different land. Happiness, joy and love is what I see around me but because one person's personality we are all perceived as this angry, violent society with a lot of disunity.

Earth’s Last Day

By Andre K, Year 7

There is darkness all around me. I’ve been drifting for five hours since the accident. I look back, I see my home planet. It is covered by darkness.

The Childhood Dream

By Ortiz T-H, Year 7

“DING”, goes the kitchen timer. My wife, Shrek Wes, has just finished cooking. I remember that we ate roast lamb that night. My kids, Issac and Rocky, came to get me for dinner.