This is us, our journey of adventure A collection of poetry telling the powerful stories of MCXW 2021
Table Of Contense Year 5 Page 3 Poetry by Jonah Tomlin Page 4 The Auspicious Performance By Aaron Tang Page 5 The Flying Pinata! by Pareeza Singh Page 6 MC Markets by Lachlan Reid Page 7 Rolling Down the Hill by Ivy Moffitt Page 8 I Build Paper Houses by Natchanon (Callum) Lewington Page 9 Our Market by George Kelly Page 10 Different by Hayley Hughes Page 11 Friends By Allyson Howard Page 12 Superior Friendships by Wil Haynes Page 13 The Best Excursion by Emerson Fung Page 14 Creating a Podcast by Bronte Dart Year 4 Page 15 Friendship by Marley Zenith Page 16 A Play by Aarav Zala Page 17 Markets by Paige Sng Page 18 The Surprise by Naomi Salter Page 19 The Advantage by Callum Reynolds Page 20 A Podcast by Sonny Reid Page 21 The Nail-Biting Performance! by Adithya Raghavendra Page 22 The Moment of a Lifetime by Ryan Ng Page 23 MCXW by Annika Lang Page 24 MCX by Acacia Healy Page 25 Crash by Kaiden Fedorow Page 26 The Brilliant Beehive by Zali Barwick
The extraordinary play I chose to make a play, a subject, as I rose for the challenge.
I thought I caught the best project.
I started a script, the words flowing on the page like a river with water surging away.
I formed the script ready to be performed.
Then my friends and I started rehearsing like a F1 racing car practicing laps on a track.
We performed, people thumping as loud as a leaf blower.
No one could be stopped as they dropped into their seats.
Hoping for something good, as they were coping with the time limit that they were waiting for.
I was feeling very nervous hoping that we were doing a great service.
Until the principal came walking in like a boss , but I had to be strong because no one could stop me.
But out of nowhere, it was a huge success. By Jonah
The Auspicious Performance By Aaron
Making a project with my friends in front of the whole school is cool, but it is also hard work and exhausting.
When the bell rang tons of students were rushing in like a swarm of bees coming out of it’s hive and gathering pollen.
In the library pretending to be on top a stage and looking at the audience is like looking at a school of piranhas hungry for more entertainment.
Saying every line on the script is like opening your mouth underwater and trying hard to say every word of the line clearly.
Everytime we performed we formed a perfect performance.
As we finished the audience’s applause was like a war field and the sound of gun fire.
After the performance we gave the auspicious audience some delicious lollies.
I felt relieved to achieve a project that had to be performed in front of the school.
The Flying Pinata!
The pinata being held hostage at the top. People are staring carefully, waiting for it to be dropped. Everyone was focused, Like an eagle catching its prey. As soon as the pinata fell, No one tried to stay away. Running like cheetahs, We are nearly there! We reached our hands out wide as we began to dive. Everyone on the Cola floor grabbing what they can, it was way too chaotic but it was all part of the plan. The wind was whistling. The Cola can now rest. Since Operation Throw The Pinata Off The Balcony was a huge success.
By: Pareeza Singh
In a place full of pulsating sound, We smashed down our expenses, Like a wrecking ball pummeling a building into rubble and debri And then we rise, rise into the profit zone, Like a kite on a blustery Autumns day, Safely storing our money, Like a squirrel stashing nuts
The customer’s were coming, Like a stampede of bulls storming through a canyon, And as the bell grew ever closer, The customers were keen to stay, Like bees swarming to a hive, And then the bell rang through the air, And success was on our side