Hello Bearwood Primary School.

Hello everybody at  Bearwood priamry school I am Eliot and I am from Bearwood Buzz and my class is 4p. My favourite things are writing, I like playing with my remote controlled toy and I love Dinosaurs. I am 8 years old like making up story’s {and writing them}Also instructions about drawing Dinosaurs and other items.  I like maths I know all my times tables. I kind of  like football, I support Barcelona and Man United. My favourite Dinosaur is Allosaurs and Velociraptor they are both predators {I don’t expect you to know them both}. My favourite food’s are sausages,pizza and salad.The 2012 Olymipcs were so cool. My favourite Olympian is probably Usain Bolt he holds the running world record in  men’s 100m.


























































Without You! By Kimran

Without you:

Without you I’m like,

A camel with no humps,

An aeroplane with no wings,

An elephant with no trunk.

Without you I’m like,

A frog with no lily pad,

A car with no engine,

A giraffe without a  long neck.

For whatever I do,

You always understand,

So imagine life without YOU!

The Lonely, Hideous Witch By Serena

Suddenly… CRASH!BANG! BOOM! Elektra the witch was jumping with rage because once again, someone had been mean to her about her looks. She had horrible, green skin with disgusting, hideous warts all over her face. She also had a nose as bumpy as a road and it was as long as a stick. Elektra had a disgusting appearance, but she was a kind-hearted witch.  

“Oh, how I wish I had some friends because I am so lonely.” Elektra said while she  walked to her cauldron. Then she noticed that there was a black cat sitting next to the cauldron and it was staring at her.

“You could be my best friend.” Exclaimed Elektra. She got her spell book and added in some: perfume, flowers, sunlight and some rain. Then she said her spell and it went like this:’ Make magic, make anything.’  Suddenly… the cat came to life!

 “Come on sit on my broomstick and we will go for a ride.” said Elektra, happily.



How Can I Get Emotions?

How can I get emotions?

How can I get happy, sad, angry or grumpy?

I’m like the scarecrow from ‘ The Wizard Of Oz ‘

I have no heart! I have no emotions.

I’ve put on creamy lotions.

I’ve even tried drinking toxic potions.

What ever I do, it just dosen’t work!

Let’s face it!


By Riya

The Chicken And The Fox By Oliver

Once upon a time there lived a fox called Honey that met chicken in 1986. The fox wanted to find the chicken because he was his best friend.But then the fox saw the chicken then the fox thought the chicken was food …SNAP! The fox gobbled the chicken . But then the chicken had a knife and cut the foxes belly open.The  chicken escaped and the fox was dead. But suddenly…


Riddles By Sahar


I run over fields and woods all day. Under the bed at night I sit not alone.  Up and to the rear, waiting to be filled in the morning. What am I?


A shoe


I come in many shapes and sizes, many colours, and I stick to many surfaces but I am, in fact, not sticky at all. What am I?




A man decides to quit his job so he turns the lights off and walks out the room and 200 people die. Why?


He worked in a lighthouse.


What two things can you never eat at breakfast?


Lunch and dinner


While on my way to St. Ives, I saw a man with 7 wives. Each wife had 7 sacks. Each sack had 7 cats. Each cat had 7 kittens. Kitten, cats, sacks, wives, how many were going to St. Ives?


Just one, me


What never gets wetter no matter how much it rains?


The sea


My Teacher Knows Me Well Sahar

I didn’t do my homework.
My teacher asked me, “Why?”
I answered him, “It’s much too hard.”
He said, “You didn’t try.”

I told him, “My dog ate it.”
He said, “You haven’t got a dog.”
I told him, “I went out running.”
He answered back, “You never run.”

I told him, “I had chores to do.”
He said, “You watched TV.”
I said, “I saw the doctor.”
He said, “When you watched soccer with me?”

My teacher sees my fibs,
which makes me very sad.
It’s hard to fool the teacher
when the teacher is your dad.


Queen of the stories By Niamh

Imagine a book that you couldn’t bear to put down, imagine a book where every character seemed so real it was as if you were talking to them, imagine never wanting to get to the end of the book: well that’s how I feel about Jacqueline Wilson’s books. I find her books so engrossing that I can’t stop reading them. My dream has always been to meet Jacqueline Wilson herself, she inspires me to read and write stories.


This is Jacqueline Wilson and she is 64 years old and has been writing for 55 years!




She has wrote books such as; Candyfloss, Double act, Tracy Beaker (which has been turned into a T.V series), Midnight, The Werepuppy, Lola Rose, The Illustrated Mum and much, much more.