Clarissa was afraid to ask who she was and where she was from. She slowly rose up and the woman said…”Clarissa! I can’t believe I finally found you.” Clarissa asked the woman who she was, as she slowly gained courage, the woman said “I’m your mother!” Clarissa was absolutely stunned, her whole life she thought she was an orphan and now she has found out the truth. Clarissa was so confused, but then her mum slowly bent down and whispered, “Don’t worry I know you have powers.” Clarissa asked excitedly, “Do I have a father?” but before she could answer Olly came running back, Clarissa was irritated as she hadn’t received a reply but then…..BOOM,CRASH. Thunder crashed down from the sky Olly, Clarissa’s mum and Clarissa jumped to avoid getting hit. Franky fox and Danny dog were still missing …….The thunder grew louder and louder and then BOOM…..
Meanwhile, a young girl was walking through the forest. Her ocean blue eyes glistened as she carefully watched the branches rustle loudly in the wind and the long grass sway violently. “Clarissa” she heard her name being called from the distance.
Clarissa ran back home she felt her tight stockings scratching against her skin as she ran with her legs rubbing together. She was running so fast that she didn’t see the pile of things lying on the patch ahead; Two minutes later Clarissa was lying on the cold marshy floor. The wind was blowing her knotty hair into her chalk white face. She brushed the tangles out of her way and stood up. “Hello little girl”, you will never guess who was standing in front of her…
Pupils in Year 5 & 6 are collaborating on writing a story. Read parts 1-9 here. Below is part 10, written by Sophie Lunzer, Year 5:
Meanwhile, in a hidden, faraway, mysterious, evil underground laboratory, perched on a radiant red, as red as blood bucketing out, spinny chair, was the almighty, unknown Dr. Schochovitch, who possibly had the strangest name and the best evil- filled mind in the entire, mega, glorious smiling galaxy. He was just sitting there looking at the woods through mud-coloured binoculars, and suddenly……. “Aha! I have it! I shall get her – apparently her name is Clarissa – I will get her. She seems the perfect victim for me to execute my plan, which is as cunning as a fox!”
“But Sir…. If you implemented your plan on a member of the public, you won’t be unknown any longer,” whispered sidekick Ki, who was such a great, big mouse.
Crunch! Crunch! Crunch! A deer joyfully galloped among the fresh, crisp autumn leaves. It was a chilly day in November but the sun was shining through the trees. The birds were tweeting tunefully on the uppermost branches of the ancient oak. Even though it was only the early morning, there were still dozens of children in their wellies throwing leaves at each other and having loads of fun. The forest, which was one of the most beautiful in the country, had tons of hidden places, so it was great for playing squashed sardines! One of the children, named Joanne, came to the forest every single day and enjoyed playing with the tame deer. She had a very special talent of hypnotizing animals, which made them calm and friendly, and made sure that everybody could stroke them.