Lockdown poems from some of our talented Junior School writers
Draws open loudly
My parents clicking on the keyboard
The mouse clicks repeatedly
My sister scratching on paper
Parents chatting on work calls
Footsteps slap on the kitchen floor
While the jug bubbles and pops
"Click" mum's tea is ready!!
By Lara Lowe, Year 5
Lockdown is boring, who on earth likes it?!
On the couch we sat down and worked.
Cooking is fun but PLEASE don't be crazy!
Knowing what lockdown is will fear us and worse.
Dragon math and Action English, can't do that at home.
On our way to...well nowhere really!
When is this gonna stop!?
Now and then there are bad times, but this is even worse!
By Eden Walker, Year 5
The darkness engulfs the land as it reminds creatures, in a low and dark voice that no one is stronger than it
Tree branches whine pitifully in the breeze
The sleeping mountains cover themselves slowly in a warm soft blanket of snow before resting for the night
Leaves cackle and chatter everywhere
The full moon yawns sleepily after being awoken by the sun, slowly pushing it into the sky
Rocks and stones clunk together in a chorus
The tide quickly polishes the beach from human footsteps,
before sweeping, elegantly back to the risen ocean
By Anna Riley, Year 6