Welcome to Bankys School blog

We hope you find our blog to be an interesting read. We keep learning to make it better & more enriching for you. Our pupils are being trained to make you enjoy your visits to our blog. See you again!

Tuesday, 4 December 2012

The Treasure by Kelly P4

A boy named James lived with his parents. One Saturday morning he went out to play with his friend, they played all round and came to found a pirate ship and immediately saw the pirate coming out of the ship. The pirate man talked to them, showed his collected treasure, and wanted them to help him. “Its dark and time to go home” they told the man, while still with the man they saw a map that looked upside down. On their way home they talked about the map and try to figure out what locations were on the map.


Bankysbankole's desk said...

Kelly, well done for this piece. I guess an upside down map can be misleading.
Keep blogging.

Anonymous said...

Hello Kelly. Well done for writing your 100 Word Challenge this week. I enjoyed reading you story, I liked your story line- I can't imagine how difficult it would be having an upside down map. Make sure you read through your 100 Word Challenge before posting it. Well done Kelly, I can't wait to read more of your writing.

Miss Kitching (Team 100WC)

Anonymous said...

Kelly this is a very good story, maps are very easily misread and very often read upside down xxx you should write more of these you very good at them xxxxx

Anonymous said...

That story of The Treasure and The Pirates is an amazing story. I have to say that you have a very good imagination. So congratulations on getting your story on the blog post.

Lucy kershaw
Rhyddings Buisness and Enterprise school.