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Task 27
19th May 2014
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Task 31
12th June 2014
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  1. The bright light quickly sparked along the fuse, scorching everything in its path. The count down had begun. In ten seconds a blast like the light of the sun was going to explode. The darkness of the night would melt away as the deadly dangerous dynamite detonated.
    The end of the Emirates Stadium would soon arrive due the tonnes of terrific TNT; primed to destroy our target.
    Months of planning at our Stamford Bridage headquarters had finally come to a finish!

  2. Thomas says:

    Quarry’s jubilation!

    The shrill sound of the referee’s whistle signalled for full-time. Quarry Town had triumphed 2-0; they had won the league! All the players danced and ran around the pitch in contentment. The commentator announced, with pleasure, that the ceremony would commence in a few minutes.

    After what seemed hours (but was only a couple of minutes) the ceremony began. Finally, the captain, Stuart Rogers, raised the trophy high above his head, to a series of delighted roars. Shouts of ‘we are the campions!’ chorussed around the ground. At that moment, the sqaud was handed sparklers, as ‘small’ Quarry could’t afford fireworks. The players didn’t care, as they spent time with the loyal fans.

    So, after years of dedication, Quarry Town was victorious.

  3. Isobel Allan says:

    Fireworks
    The fizzing of the sparklers filled my ears while bright lights blinded me everywhere I stared. The gasps of the jostling crowd rose and fell like a stormy sea as rockets shot up and fountains showered over our heads.

    The colours of the fireworks made a night-time rainbow reflected in the eyes of the elated crowd. They stood in astonishment as the emerald green and peachy pink fireworks exploded above them.

  4. As the small exploding firework sparks skipped across the plots of dynamite, the huge crowd above were parading. Their favourite football team had won the premier league.

    Seconds away from exploding, a big, fat, ugly guard came racing down the stairs.
    “Noooooo!” But it was too late. Boom! the stadium blew to smithereens.

  5. SPARKLERS
    Spitting ferociously through the air,
    Pleasing to the eye,
    Annoying to the dogs,
    Reacting to fire,
    Knacking with fireworks too,
    Learning how to make a picture,
    Exploding dramatically
    Repelling an inviting picture
    Sparkling everywhere and all around

  6. SPARKLERS
    Spitting ferociously through the air,
    Pleasing to the eye,
    Annoying to the dogs,
    Reacting to fire,
    Knacking with fireworks too,
    Learning how to make a picture,
    Exploding dramatically
    Repelling an inviting picture
    Sparkling everywhere and all around,

  7. It was winter and soon it would become pitch black as it was in the afternoon. As usual Dad went to pick Max up from school. Max came home upset as nobody had celebrated his birthday or gave him any presents and he still had home work to do.
    Later on, once he had finished his homework he watched his favourite cartoon on the television and he was bored. Suddenly, Max heard his mum’s voice calling him, so he went to the garden. The garden was made of slab because his father didn’t have time to da gardening. Immediately in rows, sparklers were lit up and his Family shouted “HAPPY BIRTHDAY MAX!” They came out of the back room and fireworks sparkled brightly.
    Max was extremely cheerful because his family had remembered his birthday but just kept it as a surprise. He thanked them because they had remembered his birthday.

  8. Lizzie says:

    Sparks
    The candle fell. Bright sparks lit up the room. Racing along the carpet, the fire spread almost touching my feet. Hands of flames reached out endeavouring to burn my toes. I jumped back in fear. Flickering evilly, the sparks turned into a blanket of orange and yellow. Fierce fire melted the no longer existent icy chill of the room and replaced it with scorching heat. The flames licked at the walls, hunting me down from every angle. The sink was now conquered by the fire. It had consumed the room.
    A searing pain hit my ankles. There was no escape. Suddenly, a freezing bucket of water extinguished the agony, the room was swept clean of fire. I watched as my predator slithered away. The fire brigade arrived as soon as possible. Well, at least that’s what I remember of the 5th of November!

  9. Aidan steers says:

    Fireworks

    Friends and family stroll in,
    And take their seat for the show,
    They open the fireworks tin,
    The volume has gone from high to low.

    Everyone on the edge of their seat, Thefireworks have been lit,
    Feeling the warmth of the bonfire heat,
    They whizz, bang, boom and hit.

    The lights as bright as the sun,
    The neighbours join in,
    The show has just begun,
    Everyone stops to look when they are putting out the bin.

    Green looks like the emerald kind of shade,
    Red shines like the sun,
    The yellow boom and crash and make the biggest noise ever made,
    The fireworks are in smithereens like seeds on a burger bun.

  10. Caitlin O says:

    Boom! The firework exploded all bright, colourful colours bursted out if it as if a volcano were errupting. Crackle! “Ooh, ahh!” shouted the audience. I was on my dads’ shoulders looking at the millions of people on the field. The fantastic fireworks flying through the night was amazing. My brother started grabbing my feet but I made him fall over into a pretty ugly man. He turned around. My dad explained to the gentalman that it was an accident and the night carried on. The music was booming out of the speackers with the flying fireworks going along with it. Oh, you should have seen it with the music, the food and the best bit, the fireworks. I said to myself “I could have gone anywhere but I am glad that I spent the night at this firework display.”

  11. On the night of the 5th November, there was a pretty, colourful, noisy firework display that rose high in the sky, then fell down, without exploding.

    The spectators watched in amazement as the firework bounced along the pavement towards them. One person who was watching closely shouted in panic “Watch out, that firework is heading this way!” Reacting quickly, little Johnny grabbed the heavy fire extinguisher and managed to put the firework out. More landed on the pavement, and again, Johnny rushed over to put them out before they exploded and caused any injury.

    However, Johnny was only a child, and so, rather foolishly, he tried to grab the fireworks and remove them from the pavement. Fortunately, a grown up spectator saw him bend over and rushed towards him, shouting “Beware! You have to wear gloves before you can pick up exploded fireworks.”

  12. Lewa says:

    The Fuse

    The bomb was ten seconds away from exploding. I said to myself,
    “Could this be the last ten seconds of my life” I tried to run away from the bomb that I found, because time was not on my side. I was knocked over, unconscious from the explosion.

    I suddenly woke up, I realised it was just a dream or was it ?

  13. Lewa says:

    The Fuse

    The bomb was ten seconds away from exploding. I said to myself,
    “Could this be the last ten seconds of my life” . I tried to run away from the bomb that I found, because time was not on my side. I was knocked over, unconscious from the explosion.

    I suddenly woke up, I realised it was just a dream or was it ?

  14. Aidan steers says:

    Fireworks

    Friends and family stroll in,
    And take their seat for the show,
    They open the fireworks tin,
    The volume has gone from high to low.

    Everyone on the edge of their seat,
    The fireworks have been lit,
    Feeling the warmth of the bonfire heat,
    They whizz, bang, boom and hit.

    The lights as bright as the sun,
    The neighbours all join in,
    The show has just begun,
    Everyone stops to look when they are putting out the bin.

    Green looks like the emerald kind of shade,
    Red shines like the sun,
    The yellow boom and crash and make the biggest noise ever made,
    The fireworks are in smithereens like seeds on a burger bun.

  15. Grace says:

    Sparks in the air
    Christmas. It is a time to give and receive presents. It is a time to have a laugh, throw huge Christmas parties and dance to the cheesiest Christmas songs ever. It is a time to get out the most Christmas decorations you can find from the attic. It is a time to be together with your family. It is a time for fun. In my family, Honey, Summer (my twin sister), Coco, my stepsister Cherry, mum and my stepdad (Eddie) all love to do these things. There is a big problem although everyone is envious of this family. The spark between Cherry and Honey.

    To be honest, everyone gets along well with each other but Honey. I always thought that because she was having her sweet 16 soon she was a bit grumpy and moody. Then, I found out that is not what was happening. After a few months, when Eddie and Cherry started living with us, Honey’s best friend became Cherry’s best friend. The pair of them started whispering behind Honey’s back. Honey put up with it for a while, but then she couldn’t take it anymore. She locked herself in her room for days on end and was sobbing that it was not fair. When mum finally went up into Honey’s bedroom, I heard her starting to sob to. After a while, Honey came downstairs and I could understand why. Her beautiful, long, golden hair was cut into a little tuft of hair and was permanently dyed ginger with red streaks. She still looks like a superstar model, but she never forgave Cherry. Ever since then, there has been bad blood between them.

    When I went to bed, I lay very still on my bed and thought about what would pull this family back together. Then, I had an idea! Sparks. When we were little, (before my real dad divorced with my mum) we used to go to the beach every Christmas with sparklers and we wrote our names in thin air with them. It was the best idea I had so far!

    The next night, after our big Christmas party we had at the town hall, Eddie drove us to the beach (with the sparklers that I bought with my pocket money) and everyone really liked the idea! Mum and Eddie were snuggled up on the blow-up settee that we had brought, Summer and Coco were talking about animals and Cherry and Honey were actually laughing together! I really felt happy that I got them together.

  16. Bolu says:

    Hi, my name is Megan and I am going to tell you a story about what happened when I got framed.
    I was living with my step mum and my dad. My step mum had just had a baby girl called Ellis. She was very cute but she cried so much that in one day, she could
    Have cried a river. It was to noisy so I called my older sister called Peyton (which was nineteen) because she was going to stay in a cabin with a few friends and I wanted to go somewhere away from home.

    The next day, Peyton picked me up at 7.30 a.m to take me to the cabin we were staying in. I was really excited because Peyton and I didn’t really get to spend as much time together ever since she went to live with our real mother.

    When we got their, I went into the room that I was sleeping in. On the floor were five fireworks! I told Peyton and her friends but she did not believe me. To take my mind off of it, I watched a film. Two hours later, we could hear a banging noise coming from the room that I found the fire works in. We all started panicking. Then we could smell smoke. We all started sweating. After that, the fire alarm went we rushed out of the house. Slowly, the house was burning down.

    Just then, a group of camera crew came out of the bush nearby and shouted you have been framed by the produces of The Firework Cabin! Before Peyton could say any thing,they explained to us that they swapped our bags with bags that look like our bags but have fire wood in it. When they had finished explaining, we were so annoyed that they spoiled our holiday that we got our bags and left.

  17. Peter Eriksson says:

    Fireworks

    The celebrations were about to begin. The bonfire flame was easing itself higher and the marshal had lit the fuse on the firework and the flame crept upwards. The cold wind trickled through the air and children were wrapped up warm in woolly hats and stitched gloves waving their fizzing sparklers around.

    Eventually the fireworks were shot into the sky whistling loudly and CRACKLE! The fireworks exploded into many beautiful fragments of colour. The children giggled with laughter as they all saw the multi-coloured fireworks fire off into the sky.

    But one child was afraid of the loud noises and stayed inside no matter how much the celebration meant to him. He was now 13 and still as frightened as a mouse. Suddenly a photo fell of the shelf next to the sofa and he strolled lazily to pick it up. On the photo there was him standing there, smiling happily with pretty fireworks exploding behind him. He thought to himself back what happy memories they were. He paced up to the door, buttoned his shirt, pulled up his trousers and opened the door to the wild party.

    He had the time of his life, dancing, singing and watching fireworks and enjoyed spending time with his friends and brought happy memories to his mind of when he was a child. He was dead-tired when he arrived back home and his eyes were stunned from the colourful lights of fireworks. He flung himself into the sofa, his eyelids felt heavy and he closed his eyes. He had happy things to dream about.

  18. rosie says:

    The Fuse
    Starting as an iridescent spark,
    Enlarging on its electrifying journey,
    Along the endless coil of tarnished rope,
    It makes its mark along the burning soil.

    Its one dream is to reach the end,
    Destroying anything in its path,
    A cataclysm of twists and turns,
    In this snaky, slithery pattern.

    Finally , at the end , the goal is spotted,
    And towards the suspicious ruby-red sticks of rock,
    It bounds, in time for a great big shock,
    Realising a second too soon, it crashes,
    with an almighty
    BOOM!

  19. Joshua O says:

    The ceremony was about to start and the fireworks were sent on the quests to the sky.Up to the sky they went ,crackling and whistling through mists of clouds.BANG! went the fireworks as they created multi- coloured images across the dull,dark blue sky.More and more fireworks were sent to the sky making the bride cry out tears of joy.The night was phenomenal!

  20. Joshua O says:

    The ceremony was about to start and the fireworks were sent on the quests to the sky. Up to the sky they went, crackling and whistling through mists of clouds. BANG! went the fireworks as they created multi- coloured images across the dull,dark blue sky. More and more fireworks were sent to the sky making the bride cry out tears of joy. The night was phenomenal!

  21. Daisy says:

    F is for Fireworks that shoot in the air
    I is for the Issles, the sparks and the embers of the fire that burns
    R is for Rockets that zoom high into the sky
    E is for Everyone watching the show
    W is for Whizzing, Wild rockets exploding energetically
    O is for the Open sky, where they fly, way up high
    R is for Raining sparkles falling from the sky
    K is for the Kaboom of the final firework

  22. Majestic, Powerful, Dazzling, Brilliant, Banishing the darkness of the midnight sky, Fireworks explode with colour as they ascend to the heavens, Shells of cardboard shower down, People cheer and clap, The show is over, But the power, The immense power of the fireworks , Isn’t

  23. Sasha says:

    Hundreds of brightly lit jets shot into the air; exploding into trillions of multi-coloured sparks blasting into all directions. The sky was an everlasting golden carpet laiden with red and silver spots. The air smelt like chalky incense. After each spectacular explosion there was a droning gasp from the babbling audience as they gazed up in to the shimmering sky in amazement. The noise was deafening. Bang! Kaboom! Pow! was heard from all directions.

  24. sammy joujou says:

    .”Come on mum! I want to see the fireworks!”
    ” I will be down in a second!”
    Every year it is the same thing. Everyone gathers at Lake Plaza (the local water activity place) and all my friends are there; watching all the sparklers, Catherine wheels and the best firework in the whole world. The Rocket inferno. Disappointingly, my mum was always late- GROAN! We were always the last people which meant all the boring rockets were fired at the end. I checked the time quickly. 5: 57. In 3 minutes the opening fireworks would blaze up into the sky, exploding with silhouetted colors.It was now 6: 00- Mum had not come down yet.
    6:05.
    6:10.
    6:15.
    I was mad now. What was she doing? I went upstairs and went into her room. ” Mum-”
    I stopped. Looked at the floor. And nearly passed out. My mum had fainted

  25. Fireworks

    Bright, vibrant, garish colours zoomed across the sky like shooting stars. In the sky I could see: emerald greens; shining gold; dark crimsons; blues like the deep sparkling ocean, and lilac. These beautiful colours filled the sky with happiness and joy. One firework shot out into the cannon-ball sky and came down like multi-coloured rain of sweets!

    My eyes were glued to the sky as I watched the never ending fireworks being exposed and born, for a very short period of time and then dying. I thought I was lucky not to have a life like that. I was out of words to describe these wonderful creatures as they made me feel special and as if they were meant for me. The firework display was over and I was going to get some sparklers. I lit the sparklers and I wrote my name in the air and I pondered to myself thinking how unique and extraordinary it was to experience fireworks and trying one out myself! I wish the beautiful night never ended.

  26. Hannah says:

    One flickering light sparkled in the dark midnight sky, before flashing and zooming up into the charcoal sky. One flickering light, two flickering lights, three flickering light. BOOM! They exploded into the sky making magnificent shapes. Families stared out their windows being choked by the murderous hand of worry; years ago a great fire had happened, burning houses and causing disaster that day onwards everyone was frightened of what they called a cursed night. Could it happen again?
    Without warning, a spark set alight to the lush green before becoming a blazing fire immediately the mayor ordered his workers to attempt at extinguish the fire. It was the city fire all over again…

  27. Aadya Rao says:

    The atmosphere is wild,
    The matches are all piled,
    Let’s get ready,
    Are you steady,
    BOOM!

    Crackle, bang strap- the rocket’s going to soar high,
    Crackle,bang,strap-their setting off to fly!

    Click,rip,pop-all those different noises,
    Click,rip,pop-what the squeaky fountain makes!

    Boom,snap,tap-the sparklers’ crackling here and there,
    Boom,snap,tap-their making loud noises but I don’t care!

    The lovely display is over,
    We better get back to Dover,
    I had lots of fun,
    You should really come,
    BYE!

  28. Tomi says:

    FIREWORKS!

    Boom! Bang! The sparks start,
    Fireworks glimmer in the night.
    Now the elation begins at last,
    But some people feel a massive fright.

    Children can now join the fun,
    Kids wave their sparklers in the air.
    Schoolgirls always want to look good,
    So girls don’t want to get it near classy hair.

    Rockets launch into the starless hole,
    Flames shoot high across the skies.
    It was time to eat so everybody came inside,
    The kids demolished delicious pies.

    Patient parents consume delightful burgers,
    Roasting hot barbecue heats people’s hands.
    It’s time for the entertainment and comedy.
    Whilst listening to musical symphonies created by bands.

    You can hear the tiny whispering of animals,
    Pets hide under the bed.
    Each companion hides in the same way.
    Usually looking to cover their head.

    The final ferocious fireworks prepared to commence their flight,
    Smoke blinds their eyes.
    The smog blocks their sight,
    As the ultimate rockets shoot up into the skies.

  29. Flames litter in the sky

    In the air, the scene of smoke

    Round and round the spinning wheels go

    Everywhere, there are bangs

    Wherever you are, you will see or hear them

    Outrageously, they capture your eyes and ears

    Rushing through the sky, they go extremely high

    KNOCK, BANG, ZOOM!

    Suddenly, they have all disappeared…

    Flashing lights

    In the sky

    Really high

    Everyone likes

    Watching

    Orange sparkles

    Red flashes as bright as lava

    Killing the darkness with their furious lights

  30. Bambo says:

    The excited beings encompassed the fireworks, but the gates prevented them from getting to the fireworks. Deafening silence fell upon the emerald field.

    The fireworks represented the going into 2015. 3 …. 2… 1 … ZOOMMM!!!! The fireworks were as fast as rockets. They bursted into the dark bright sky in happiness, as they step into 2015.

    The jubilant people jumped for joy like a bouncing ball. The fireworks lit up the sky and spelt a colourful Happy New Year .

  31. Fireworks glimmer in the night
    But for some it gives them a fright
    Families brought together
    Watching the fireworks in awe
    These memories will last forever
    From night till dawn

    Bang!
    Blam!
    Boom!

    Kids wave their sparklers in the air
    They are dangerous so beware
    So some girls don’t want it near their hair
    The fireworks go up exploding a magical rainbow in the sky

    Showers of glittering stars engulf the sky
    Little girls and boys eyes begin to twinkle in surprise
    The radiant lights sparkle in delight
    On the background of the darkened sky
    In shapes of spears and flowering tears
    A supreme colourful sight

  32. Mason Rogers says:

    Suddenly the tiny pit started to crackle then pop then sizzle. I was running not knowing what it was. I looked behind then it was catching up, I ran even faster and faster. Somehow I fell, I picked my self up. I continued to run!

    Some minutes later I was worn out but courage I thought Courage that’s it courage I ran and ran. I couldn’t outrun it and I was lost. My eyesight got more blurry as I ran away from it soon I found an exit

    I thought I was safe but I wasn’t because it broke through I didn’t know what to do I found a bench and sat myself down then I had to get up. I just remembered I had a phone. I called 999 quickly I called the firemen and put my phone away.

    Now I just had to RUN!!! So I did. Some minutes later they came and I was safe. I thought it would never happen again or will it?

  33. Majestic, powerful, dazzling are fireworks. Banishing the darkness of the midnight sky. They explode with colour and thrill the crowd as they burn up the remains of the guy. As elegant as swans yet as cunning as foxes, you never know when or where they will elate the crowds. The bystander ecstatic, a mile away though he is and shouts out to the thrilled child: “take in what you can, for this is a once in a lifetime sight.” Then the show finishes the, night finally overpowers the light. The immense power of the rockets, of the tubes full of gunpowder is never to be forgotten, as every year we remember the dreadful man that nearly blew the members of parliament to an early grave, but was so luckily caught.

  34. Majestic, powerful, dazzling are fireworks. Banishing the darkness of the midnight sky.
    They explode with colour and thrill the crowd as they burn up the remains of the guy.
    As elegant as swans yet as cunning as foxes, you never know when or where they will elate the crowds. The bystander ecstatic, a mile away though he is and shouts out to the thrilled child: “take in what you can, for this is a once in a lifetime sight.”
    Then the show finishes, the night finally overpowers the light.
    The immense power of the rockets, of the tubes full of gunpowder is never to be forgotten, as every year we remember the dreadful man that nearly blew the king to an early grave, but was so luckily caught.

  35. THE DAILY J

    FIREWORKS FUN

    On Thursday 3rd November, a fireworks display was held at Lake Meadows to celebrate Guy Fawkes Night. Colossal crowds of people gathered to watch. Their faces stared eagerly as the first fireworks were set off.

    As elegant as swans, yet as cunning as foxes, you never know when or where they will elate the crowds. One is set off, whilst, simultaneously, another is prepared. The vain fireworks boast of their colours and grab your attention with their loud bangs. Fireworks have always been at a time of year when you are just thinking about Christmas. The celebration is almost like a happy version of a remembrance service. It is always exulting. Banishing the darkness of the midnight sky, they don’t let the crowds go without light.

    Vast legions of faces roar with anticipation, the excitement churning in their stomachs. Never has a crowd been as joyous and grateful as they stand there, awe-stricken with wonder. A million thoughts are rushing through their minds. They are a roiling mass of mischievous glee. Following the fireworks in their wake, their spirits ascend to the heavens.

    Finally, Mr John Baron (MP) says that we will ‘be running it again’ after the great ‘success’. But, next time it ‘will be ticketed’ to ‘prevent riots or flash-mobs’. Luckily this year there weren’t any but ‘you never know!’ Consequently, the police will be attending next year.

  36. James Deacon says:

    Sweltering flames rapidly moved in the wavy winds. Groups of dust came flying off the patio bricks.

    As bright as the sun the fire continued to grow. A powerful scent of smoke drifted towards the fully lit faces.

    Children were forced to stand back, while the fire, mentally moved in the forceful gusts of wind.

  37. Aaron juhti says:

    The rapid sparks of vermillion fire, shot out like shooting stars illuminating the blue and black sky. It was appearing from a giant ball of fire attached to a Harry Potter wizarding wand. Bang !!! One went up in the air and suddenly other tiny sparks were cascading from the unilluminated sky, who was giving everyone a creepy stare. Everyone gambolled about and celebrated.

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