Category Archives: Writing – Secondary School

Myself

By Eddison (15 years old)   Among this big world of human beings is a chubby, adorable, cheerful and sociable teen.  He is never angry over any matters.  That is why he has parties of friends hanging out with him … Continue reading

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Myself

By TC (13 years old) It was snowing heavily outside and the chilled pedestrians hurrying to their destinations were not having an easy time of it.  However, within the walls of a white-washed room, a newborn swaddled in a tiny … Continue reading

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Dear House

By Esther (14 years old) Dear House, This is Esther, your owner and this is the first time that I am talking to you. Why?  Personally, I believe that talking to non-living things is impractical but I think it’s time … Continue reading

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Dear House

By TC (13 years old) Dear House, When my teacher asked me to write a letter to my house, I thought my ears were failing me but when she repeated the same instruction, I concluded she was insane.  I mean … Continue reading

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Schools are worse than prisons. Do you agree?

By TC (13 yrs old)   I totally disagree that schools are worse than prisons. Schools are most certainly not worse than prisons, not even close. Although I might occasionally grumble that school is like a prison, I didn’t mean … Continue reading

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The Bully Got His Comeuppance

By Samantha (12 years old) It was a glorious Sunday morning. A cool breeze was blowing and the birds were chirping. My friends and I were enjoying ourselves in the park, playing on the swings and slides. I was playing … Continue reading

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Running Away

By Esther L.  (13 years old)   Fiona marched away from the house as quickly as she could.  Casting one last glance at the house, she started having second thoughts.  Where could she go?  She had nowhere to stay but … Continue reading

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