The Cursed Bike, by Chris, Year 7

I was walking in the woods when I turned my head to see a bike up in a tree. I stood there in confusion until suddenly I began to hear the sound of bike bells. The ringing was getting closer and closer, louder and louder, until it stopped. I was paralysed with fear. I tried to turn my head to see if there was anything behind me, but I couldn’t move. With all my courage, Read more…

The Children-Eating Tree of Death, by Seth, Year 6

Henry’s Log November 24th, 2009 My kids got eaten and my wife left me because she thought I was delusional. I have been sleeping in the bushes, 100 metres from the Children-eating Tree of Death. Kids who are still alive watch out for the tree with its rusty, old, red bike in it. If you look up you can see the frozen faces of the children who have previously been eaten by the tree. I’m Read more…

The Living Tree, by Brookes, Year 5

Imagine a living tree that ate naughty children as they walked by. Maybe this was their fate or maybe just bad luck? One Halloween, a mutinous boy made the foolish mistake of disobeying his parents and went ‘Trick or Treating’ when they had told him not to. He was gone for about an hour when he decided to count his lollies behind the tree. It had caught his eye because it had a bike sticking Read more…

Coby’s Present, by Rowan, Year 8

Words to be used in writing: pretty, gorilla, bricks, running, yellow Once there was a pretty gorilla who had a boyfriend, whose name was Coby. The pretty gorilla’s name was Ruby. Ruby and Coby lived in St Christopher’s Forest. Ruby left the forest to find a birthday present for Coby. She stumbled across a construction site and stole twenty yellow bricks, putting them in a shopping cart that was nearby. Ruby started running away from Read more…

The Basketball Tournament, by Caelie, Year 5

Words used in this writing: bricks, gorilla, pretty, running, yellow It was my first basketball tournament. My team’s name is Hustbridge Hurricanes. The first game we played was the hardest game because the other team was very tall and strong. It was pretty hard to defend against them because they were running too fast. It was also distracting because their mascot was a really funny, short, gorilla. At the end of the tournament, the stadium Read more…

Hoarded Riches, by Jack, Year 7

Words used in writing: bricks, gorilla, pretty, running, yellow I scream out every morning, noon and night, begging for a single coin in the rubbled, blood-stained streets of Paris as the blundering gorilla is running our country’s lower-class into the bricks. They waltz around in their pretty, yellow coats, while the rest of us scrounge around for scraps as we are taxed to death. It is time for change. King Louis XVI will fall and Read more…

The Great Race, by Angus, Year 4

Words to be used in writing: bricks, gorilla, pretty, running, yellow The gorilla challenged the monkey, “Let’s do a running race to those yellow bricks and back. Whoever wins gets that stack of bananas”. They raced to the yellow bricks and the monkey won easily, so the gorilla flipped out and started chasing the monkey angrily. The gorilla had forgotten the monkey was so quick and as he remembered, he threw a rock at the Read more…

The Gorillas vs The Monkey Tunkeys, by Mika, Year 5

Words to be used: pretty, gorilla, yellow, bricks, running My brother was watching Netflix when he saw a show called The Gorillas vs The Monkey Tunkeys, so we watched it. There were gorillas throwing monkeys away as they were coming through to get the juicy stack of ripe yellow bananas, but a monkey stole a bunch. A gorilla went after him, but although the monkey was pretty fast at running, the gorilla kept on getting Read more…

The Big Yellow Beast, by Mitchell, year 3

Words to be included in the writing: pretty, gorilla, yellow, bricks, running A yellow gorilla was running down the street like a madman. Luckily, some giant bricks stopped him when he ran into them, so he looked for a good hiding spot. He found a dumpster, a car, and even a crow’s nest, but no good hiding spots, so he had to find somewhere else to hide. He went to a small town called Oklahoma, Read more…

Gorilla vs Ghost, by Archie, Year 3

Words to be used in writing: pretty, yellow, bricks, running, gorilla One day, a pretty girl leaned onto some bricks that had a picture of a gorilla running away from an angry yellow ghost. She imagined that she was the gorilla running away, but then she turned around and tried to punch the angry ghost but she punched the air instead. Still imagining that she was fighting the ghost, the girl destructively kept trying to Read more…

Gorilla vs The Wall, by Toby, Year 5

Words used in writing: pretty, yellow, bricks, gorilla, running. A pretty yellow flower was blooming in the sun when a massive gorilla came running down the hill. He accidentally trampled the beautiful flower because he wasn’t looking where he was going. He was focused on the brick wall at the bottom because he was determined to blow it up. The black beast sped up and with a burst of energy he face-planted into the the Read more…

Chaos, by Joshua, Year 6

Words used in writing: pretty, yellow, bricks, running, gorilla I hear a scream as I see people running to the school hall. I grab the class turtle, Hugo, and I follow everyone through the yellow door. We hide in the hall as the teacher closes the door. Suddenly, bricks fall to the ground and I see a huge gorilla bursting through the wall. We run to the doors and leave, people screaming. As I get Read more…

Athletics Day, by Isla, Year 4

Words to be included in writing are: pretty, bricks, gorilla, yellow, running I get to Athletics and I see a pretty girl wearing a yellow dress and cuddling her toy gorilla. I put my bag on a pile of bricks and get ready to run. “100 metre race people, please come down to the front strip”, is called over the loudspeaker, so I go to the start. I see the girl with the yellow dress Read more…

The Coloured Gorillas, by Seth, Year 6

Words to be used in this writing: pretty, gorilla, yellow, running, bricks In 1994, the world’s biggest yellow gorilla broke out of the London Zoo to find his younger brother, the pink gorilla. He ran straight through 400 bricks of his enclosure, to run and swim all the way to Beijing. He was running when he saw a pretty blue gorilla on a leash, getting walked by her owner. He ran over and said, “Hi, Read more…

Top Secret, By Quinn, Year 6

Words to be used in writing – pretty, gorilla, running, bricks, yellow 12/5/2001 Tuesday Oh my gosh, today I have finally found a gorilla, but not any gorilla, a rare gorila with an amazing yellow shade. It is so strong that it can probably run through bricks. 13/5/2001 Wednesday Today I’ve seen the wierdest thing happen. The same gorilla was running away from big crowds of hunters with the latest guns. Luckily, I didn’t have Read more…

The Yellow Gorilla, by Jamison, Year 6

Words to be used in this writing – gorilla, pretty, bricks, yellow, running “Come quickly,“shouted the zoo spokesperson, “The first ever yellow gorilla has escaped from our zoo and is now running away. A $50,000 reward awaits anyone that can find and return this pretty beast.” This was all happening while Michelle was driving home to her giant 24 karat gold mansion in the country and when she got to her house the giant yellow Read more…

The Great Escape, by Maddy, Year 4

Words to be used in writing – gorilla, yellow, running, bricks, pretty On the 18th October, I saw a black gorilla running as fast as lightning towards a wall of pretty yellow bricks. Whilst the gorilla was running, I stepped backwards onto a twig. It was a very easy mistake to make in the dark woods. The gorilla stopped and turned his head towards me. All of a sudden, he was running again, but this Read more…

Yellow Monkeys Run Away, by Brookes, Year 5

Words to be used in writing – gorilla, yellow, running, bricks, pretty Yesterday, I went on a school trip to the zoo. They had the famous and rare yellow gorilla there, which was cool. Apparently, this morning it has escaped and I heard that it is still on the run. It escaped by running at full speed into the zoo wall, which is made of bricks. On the way, it smashed everything, even the pretty Read more…