Thank you to all of the children who entered our Easter Writing Competition during this period of lockdown. We have had lots of entries and they have all been wonderful to read - so full of imagination and interest!
Ms Meiris and Miss Mannion have had a tough job in choosing the winners here. Below are the winning stories for KS1 and KS2. We hope you enjoy reading them as much as we have and a massive congratulations to Isla and Chloe, our two winners!
Isla Dunn, 1A
The Bunny and the Monster
There was once a girl called Isla, who wanted to eat chocolate all day. But one day, Isla ran out of chocolate. She was so sad that she wanted to stay in bed forever, but then the doorbell rang so she had to get out of bed.
Isla opened the door to find one cute baby bunny waving from the doorstep. It had brown fur and rainbow paws.
Isla picked up the bunny and brought it inside. She found the biggest cup in the house and poured it some orange juice. The bunny drank it all up.
The bunny started to hop around the house. Every time the bunny hopped, an Easter egg appeared! The bunny hopped all day and all night.
Isla woke up to find the house was full of eggs! There were so many, she had to swim through them to get downstairs. The eggs were as hard as bones.
An Easter monster appeared. It had blue fur, one eye and a big smiley mouth. It said 'I will take these for you' and took all the eggs away. It came every day to take the eggs away. One day Isla went to its house to see what it did with them. There were no eggs there, and no monster. Then the monster came home and said it had been delivering the eggs to everybody in the world.
Isla took the magic baby bunny to live at the monster's house and they all lived happily ever after.
Chloe Stockdale, 5A
The Magical Easter Bunny
One cold night I heard a knock on the door. I opened the door and there was a bunny wearing a green ribbon sitting inside a basket. I took him inside and wrapped him in some blankets to keep him warm. I took Bunny up to bed with me.
In the morning when I woke up, we were not in my bed. We were in the middle of a cave. Bunny said, “I give you three Easter wishes.” “Wow” I said. I wished for flying powers. Bunny shook his tail. All a sudden I was flying out the cave. Outside there were lots of tall trees. I was flying high up and low down. I landed next to Bunny.
I said “I’m hungry. I wish we had a feast.” Bunny started to shake his tail. In front of me was a long table full of food. Bunny told me to tuck in. I felt lonely. “I wish I had my friends here with me.” I said. Bunny started to shake his tail. My friends appeared. We shared food and then ran around chasing each other.
It got dark. Bunny said, “come into the cave.” There were beds made of leaves. We were tired. Bunny told us a story and I was soon asleep.
I awoke in my bed. Bunny was gone. Did my adventure happen? I saw the green ribbon Bunny had worn. Outside was Bunny. He winked at me and then vanished. I knew it was a real magic adventure.
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