Read the entries to previous WriteStuff competitions.
It all started in the ice-cream castle made of all ice-cream flavours!!! The King and his wife always had ice-cream for breakfast, for lunch, for diner and for supper.One day it was very sunny and hot and the castle melted, but they had only two ways to survive.They were: go to the volcano and get some ice-cream lava or go to the ice-cream lake where the Nessy monster lived. First they went to the ice-cream lake where the Nessy monster lived. The King said ‘’How are we going to ask the Nessy monster to give us some ice-cream ?‘’ The King's wife had one very good idea and she told the King about it.The King was impressed. The idea was that when they came to the lake they would tell the monster that they had founded a bigger ice-cream lake where the ice-cream wood was. (There was no bigger ice-cream lake in the ice-cream wood) ,but the Nessy monster believed them.When the monster was gone the King and his clever wife said ‘’yes’’ at the same time.
When they had got all the ice-cream from the ice-cream lake, they asked the ice-cream city people to build them a new castle made of ice-cream! Now the King and his wife lived very well and were very happy and now they built a big ice-cream swimming pool ,so if their castle were to melt again they could get some ice-cream from their ice-cream swimming pool , yummy ,very yummy ,supper yummy, no I would say very, very, very, very yummy.
By Tallulah-Mae Rautenbach, year 4, Blanchelande School
“Wow w-w-w where are we Phil?’’ I whispered. “Do you know?” ” Sorry I don’t, Lily ‘’Phil answered...Read story
By Jack welbourne, year 7, Grammar School
T-russell is the name of the half human, half dinosaur. He lives in Mexico city and dinosaur land (on mars...Read story
By declan wallace, year 9, La Mare de Carteret School
It was a sunny day at the beach. There were fish and all other sea animals walking around everywhere ...Read story
By Abi Wallen, year 6, Blanchelande School
Broken The attic broke and fell on me! I screamed, the wood was digging into my head, I thought I w...Read story
By Kaci-mai Battle, year 6, Amherst School
Morning had passed and it was coming up to evening. It wasn’t nice where we were living...Read story
By Kristen Le Ray, year 8, La Mare de Carteret School
It was a frosty winters night and I was walking home after a long day at work when I heard a muffled...Read story
By Zane Elliot, year 5, Vauvert School
Once upon a time in the world of Toadstool there was a forest. In this magical forest there were lots...Read story
By Talia Nuttall, year 10+, St Sampson’s School
It was 8:11am and I was sitting by myself on the old school bus as usual...Read story
By Ollie Ferguson, year 7, Grammar School
I came up off the beautiful amber sand and saw my alluring cliff side mega mansion. It was sitting...Read story
By Iona Gully, year 6, St Martin’s School
Nobody knows where I live. Nobody knows how I live. Nobody knows me… Every angel has an important...Read story