Writing by on the National Day of Reflection bySonia, Year 6, Chalkhill Primary School
Sunday, March 28, 2021
Saturday, February 6, 2021
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Ms Butler writes, 'Year 2 have been reading George's Marvellous Medicine and the children had to create their own medicine to get rid of their wicked Grandma! This is Ashika's work.'
Tuesday, October 20, 2020
This poem is by Adana of Upper Key Stage 2 , Chalkhill School
Why is Black History Month more important than ever this year?
Why is this important more this year?
Why don't we take a closer look?
Surely we're somewhere near,
Or will we need a book?
Maybe it's because of the terrible deaths
such as Mr. Floyd
We all know when and where it happened but why?
I would have to embroil,
Was there a reason for the young man to die?
Was his skin colour a crime?
This is certainly not for the first time
Hence all the protests, marches and ‘take the knees’
To put an end to racism or show some acknowledgment please!
Not just for a week or month
But 365 days a year!
I don't know if it's just me or you too,
But I feel as if I am going to shed a tear.
I am very grateful if you have read up to here,
Now show your pledge and commitment
So we grow up in the world of no fear.
Thanks to Timberpoint Elementary School for the image
Thursday, September 24, 2020
Welcome back to Autumn Term writing by the children of Wembley's Chalkhill Primary School. We start with a magnificent effort from Dora who is in Upper Key Stage 2. She has written a whole book!
Saturday, July 4, 2020
Thursday, July 2, 2020
Kirsty nudged her gently, as if to say, stop it! Or, excuse you!
‘’Careful girls, you could start arguing at any time.’’ Ruby warned.