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Jayne Davidson, WHHS, UK
  • West Hatch High School, Chigwell, Essex
  • United Kingdom
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Jayne Davidson, WHHS, UK commented on WP Central's blog post 14/10/15 Eleanor Updale http://www.eleanorupdale.co.uk
"What if the FBI are fake? Was Holly being lied to? Holly looked strangely at her parents. She wanted to know the truth once and for all. “Mum, what is going on?” Silence… “Whatever they said is not true. We are not your fake…"
Oct 14, 2015
Jayne Davidson, WHHS, UK commented on WP Central's blog post 14/10/15 Sally Gardner http://www.sallygardner.net
"Lord Pinkforth was speechless and had no words to express himself. Whilst Pinkforth was about to fall into his dads arms, all of a sudden his (supposedly) dead dad became his dead butler and was revealed a shape shifter. The shape shifter grabbed…"
Oct 14, 2015
Jayne Davidson, WHHS, UK commented on WP Central's blog post 14/10/15 Alan Gibbons http://alangibbons.com
"“IM DEAD, IM DEAD!” screamed Kellie’s ghost as she levitated in mid-air. She was flustering about thinking what she should do next. DING! There appeared, out of nowhere the 13th floor. Room 1302’s door was ajar. Inside was a…"
Oct 14, 2015
Jayne Davidson, WHHS, UK commented on WP Central's blog post 8/10/15 Poetry Tommy Donbavand 2 http://www.tommydonbavand.com
"The enemies’ faces Screwed in anticipation My god, my god Hell on earth Bodies fall Die all, Die all Bullets drops Blood cascading Here all, hear all Was it his choice to come to war? By Kyla, Isabel, Imogen and Reneazha West Hatch High School"
Oct 8, 2015
Jayne Davidson, WHHS, UK commented on WP Central's blog post 8/10/15 Poetry Alan Gibbons http://alangibbons.com
"The twittering birds ceased their call The happy sensation started to fall The gnarled trees twisted and turned The nearby rivers frothed and churned Where has my paradise gone? Where’s the fun, should I run? Where’s the exit? No-one…"
Oct 8, 2015
Jayne Davidson, WHHS, UK commented on WP Central's blog post 8/10/15 Poetry Jan Siegel http://jansiegel.co.uk
"He lost control of his shivering spine, His body was tangled like a twisted vine, The ghost crept up on him, And shattered his limb, His pale eyes glared up at the sky, His time had come to die… By Amaran and Mateusz West Hatch High School"
Oct 8, 2015
Jayne Davidson, WHHS, UK commented on WP Central's blog post 8/10/15 Poetry Tommy Donbavand 1 http://www.tommydonbavand.com
"I am unrecognisable, You can hardly tell it’s me. The fear I felt earlier, Has all melted away. Tomorrow is a new beginning, Tomorrow is a new day. I quite like my new trim, It suits me well. My eyes are more pronounced, They sparkle, staring…"
Oct 8, 2015
Jayne Davidson, WHHS, UK commented on WP Central's blog post 8/10/15 Poetry The Two Steves http://the2steves.net
"The city is working; Time rushing by, Second, by minute, by hour, by day. Step by step, No time to break. The city is awake. Hands on wheel, Foot on gear. The roaring of an engine near, The crowd loud and here. This city is working. by Imogen &…"
Oct 8, 2015
Jayne Davidson, WHHS, UK commented on WP Central's blog post 02/10/2014 Poetry - Graham Marks http://www.marksworks.co.uk
"The worst of times saying goodbye, Shouting “goodbye everyone1”, Tears running down peoples’ faces, Walking slowly in little paces, Finding the key, deep, deep underground, In Granny’s’ garden dug up which is now out of…"
Oct 2, 2014
Jayne Davidson, WHHS, UK commented on WP Central's blog post 02/10/2014 Poetry - Eleanor Updale http://www.eleanorupdale.co.uk
"But I’ll have to move on From the pain and regret, This was just a big con, Now you owe me a debt. What I now see, When I think of you Is a clean orange sock, And a brand new shoe. Kiara and Reneazha West Hatch"
Oct 2, 2014
Jayne Davidson, WHHS, UK commented on WP Central's blog post 02/10/2014 Poetry - Jane Prowse www.hattorihachi.com
"Remember when you started to wrinkle, Shrivel up, and crinkle, The days you cherish have come to an end, Love letters you used to send, To your beloved wife, She had a great, great life, You’re sadly alone, In an old people’s home, The…"
Oct 2, 2014
Jayne Davidson, WHHS, UK commented on WP Central's blog post 02/10/2014 Poetry - Dave Cryer http://www.davecryer.co.uk
"Could this be the end of his life? He wondered, he wondered would he ever see his darling. His beautiful wife, Her dazzling smile, Her wonderful whiskers, If only he could turn back that death door time dial, One last sigh, He takes a breath With…"
Oct 2, 2014
Jayne Davidson, WHHS, UK commented on WP Central's blog post 02/10/2014 Poetry - Tommy Donbavand http://www.tommydonbavand.com
"I grasp my victim And think it’s last night’s dinner Stay away from me! Think it’s a gay joke? Then gaze at my chatter teeth Beaming like crystals. An innocent gran Limping on the streets alone Ha! It’s my…"
Oct 2, 2014
Jayne Davidson, WHHS, UK commented on WP Central's blog post 02/10/2014 Poetry - Lucy Coats http://www.lucycoats.com
"They’ve surrendered, a cheer flew over the ground, Dancing and chanting: what a wonderful sound, Weapons were dropped, celebrating began, As the battlefield cleared, I looked back. Memories come to my head, Most of my friends are now…"
Oct 2, 2014
Jayne Davidson, WHHS, UK commented on WP Central's blog post 30/09/2014 Dave Cryer http://www.davecryer.co.uk
"It rang out clear as a summers day, disturbing the persisting silence that enveloped the desolate house. “Miss Carter’s cat is too much of a nuisance to be dealing with, knocking bins over at god knows what time” teddy spoke up,…"
Sep 30, 2014
Jayne Davidson, WHHS, UK commented on WP Central's blog post 30/09/2014 Andy Robb http://theandyrobbsite.co.uk
"He closed his eyes and said to himself,”I can do it. can do it. I can do it”, Then he slowly drifted down to the surface of his room floor .many thoughts were going through his head as he tied his shoe laces, he looked back at his house…"
Sep 30, 2014

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RE: Our opinions on Write Path

Posted on October 11, 2010 at 10:53 0 Comments

Write Path is a very enjoyable way of learning how to write descriptive parts of a story and also to learn how to be little authors. It is a step up from writing with pen on paper. It's a fantastic way of knowing how to be descriptive and having a strong opinion. It wasn't necesarily that easy to continue a story written by other students, but surely it is a great way of learning many thing in English/ writing stories. A good thing about Write Path is that the world is taking part, and that…

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we think that write path is a good way for students to be creative and show how good they are at english and story writing. it is also good at making people think about what they are writing and how …

Posted on October 11, 2010 at 10:53 0 Comments

we think that write path is a good way for students to be creative and show how good they are at english and story writing. it is also good at making people think about what they are writing and how to improve it before they publish it. the task was challenging and fun to do and we really enjoyed it.

we think that the other stories are very well written and have a good ending so that other schools can carry on easily.

we enjoyed it very much and we hope that…

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Our opinions on Write Path

Posted on October 11, 2010 at 10:52 0 Comments

Write Path was a very fun experience for everyone here. We enjoyed taking part and working together to create an extract of a book. A good thing about write path is that you have to use other peoples ideas to create a extract. Another good thing is the fact that it is different to normal story writting because you get to blog your story not just write it on paper, which makes it different and more exciting.

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Write Path

Posted on October 11, 2010 at 10:51 0 Comments

I have enjoyed doing the write path this year. The paragraphs are very interesting and descriptive. There are very good sentence structures. They all left off on excellent and thrilling cliff hangers. I wouldn't say that any paragraphs or schools were the best or worst, they were all excellent and creative. Hopefully, I can do the writing path next year!

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Posted on October 11, 2010 at 10:46 0 Comments

I think are story brings lots of tension. It will really catch your attention and you will never want to stop reading on

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At 10:37 on September 11, 2009, WP Central said…
Hi Jayne if you go to the page for WP Central and click on WP Centrals Apps on the left hand side you should see the file. Let me know if not!
At 12:42 on September 11, 2009, WP Central said…
Don't worry Jayne we will get there! even if you can't Skype or MSN you can still take part it's fine. Probably easiest if you email the form to me writepath2008@yahoo.co.uk and we can go from there. Still feeling pretty rough actually - boys and their germs eh?!
At 13:02 on September 11, 2009, WP Central said…
Please don't be disheartened - even if you can't have video contact etc you can still see the stories developing during the day and I will be asking schools to blog about their bit of the event on this ning so there will be things to do. Have a great weekend
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