POETRY ASSEMBLY (22/09/16)
Today saw our first Poetry Assembly of the year. As always, we start with a Teachers’ Poetry Assembly. Two of our Y6 children made magnificent judges under testing conditions. It was a close call but the results were:
3rd: Miss Smith
2nd: Mrs Karlonas
1st: Mr Morledge
Many congratulations to Mr Morledge. He is the first winner of the magnificent Poetry Assembly Trophy. I’m absolutely gutted!
Here’s some of mine; see what you think:
There was a Headteacher you know
Whose singing was as good as the radio,
He was dashing and cool
All around the school
But he really needed to grow!
The Revenge of the Pea!
I am a little pea
Round and green and full of glee.
Not many like me at all
They prefer chips and beans and a ….ball (?)
But I’m full of goodness, strength and power,
If you eat me, I’ll never taste sour.
I’ll make you grow big as a tree
Just like the massive Mr C!
BUT, if you shun me and cast me aside
If you flick me or try to hide,
I’ll roll around and wait for you
Even hiding behind the loo!
And when you least expect it
(even if you’re in your best outfit)
I’ll roll beneath your feet
And make you slip a right old treat.
SO….if you want to avoid a fall
If you want to grow big and tall,
EAT YOUR PEAS in the dining hall.
See? That has to be a winner. I was robbed!
Our first children’s poetry assembly this year is Y6 on 6th October at 9:30 a.m. You are all welcome to come and watch.