School’s out for summer!

Year 5 have used all the sentence types they have learned this year to write an 8 sentence challenge about this picture!

35 thoughts on “School’s out for summer!

  1. Running excitedly out of the class door, Jeff Sarah and Amy cheered as the summer holidays were awaiting them.” I am soooo excited to go on holiday to America!” Sarah laughed to Amy, as they danced down the pathway happily. As Amy charged forward, the sun -which was beaming brightly in the sky-filled her with joy and the warmth made her feel ready for the year ahead. Screeching like a parrot, Jeff cheered “School is finally over!!!” Cheerfully, Amy made her way home as the cool breeze made her feel energetic and full of fun. Like a herd of elephants, an army of children shot like a bullet out of the mammoth, black school gates and screaming and shouting could be heard a mile away. Sarah -who was out of breath- , jogging steadily, made it to the park with Amy. Jeff (who had gone with the girls) exclaimed ” I am really happy that my mum is taking me to ninja warrior in the holidays!”

  2. Excited, all the school kids ran out of the school doors because the summer holidays were finally here. Still running the girl said to her friend ”I want to go home and watch TV!!“ Sprinting the the gate with his friends, the boy imagined how much fun he could have during the holidays without having to go to school for 5 weeks!
    ” I’m going to America in the holidays, for 2 weeks!“ Bragged Timmy, accidentally falling over.
    ” I’m playing fortnite over the holidays!“ said Bob.
    Gracefully, the two girls, Jessica and Grace, skipped towards the gate.
    ” Woop, freedom! ”
    Selfishly, Keisha pushed in front of the crowd, leaving school first!

    By Lila LP and James H

  3. Screaming, the children (who were celebrating) ran out of school happily. Like a pack of wolves, they charged towards the school’s rusty, old gates.
    “I can’t wait to go to Majorca!” Ellie shouted, grinning widely.
    “I’m going too!” screeched Sarah, high fiving Ellie.
    “I am staying at home!” laughed Lily, ruining the fun.
    “Great holiday lily!” Ellie giggled.
    Pointing at lily, everyone laughed:
    “Ha! We are all going somewhere.” Lily looks down with sorrow.

    By Molly.D and Sam.B

  4. Excited that school was finally over, the kids sprinted to the gates where their parents were waiting. The more the kids ran, the closer they were to home. Proudly, the kids shone their confidential reports under their parents noses. “what are you doing in the summer holidays?” questioned the girl, skipping alongside her friend. “I’m going to Wales!” exclaimed Sarah, getting in her car. Anxiously, kids drove home the only problem was they all missed their friends but they drove on home for a lovely holiday. Waiting for my holiday, I lay in my paddling pool [which was lovely and cool ] drinking my favourite drink J2o. Eventually, I found myself sitting in the car for a long journey ahead.

  5. Excited that school was finally over, the kids sprinted to the gates where their parents were waiting. The more the kids ran, the closer they were to home. Proudly, the kids shone their confidential reports under their parents noses. “what are you doing in the summer holidays?” questioned the girl, skipping alongside her friend. “I’m going to Wales!” exclaimed Sarah, getting in her car. Anxiously, kids drove home the only problem was they all missed their friends but they drove on home for a lovely holiday. Waiting for my holiday, I lay in my paddling pool [which was lovely and cool ] drinking my favourite drink J2o. Eventually, I found myself sitting in the car for a long journey ahead. By josh and Ella

  6. Cheerfully, the happy children shot through the school door as the bell rang for the end of the school year. The more exited the children were, the more they were ready for the school holidays. As fast as a cheater they ran out for the end of the school year. “I can’t wait to go on my holidays” explained the girl happily as she ran, “but I’m going to miss our class. want to leave there Feeling scared about going into the next year (which is high school) the children didn’t lovely teacher. “I cant wait to see my friends in the next year”.

  7. As the children ran away from the school, I ran as fast as light through the school building. The more I ran the closer I was to my school holiday. The children – who were exited – ran to their house happily. “I am going to Spain” said one of the children. Jumping for joy, more of children ran home. Like a puppy, the children ran to the Friday candy shop. Feeling exited, the children ran to the future. “Im so happy “they said jumping up and down.

  8. Running towards the exit, the children (who wanted to leave for the holidays) were cheering by the gate. Eagerly waiting for their parents to come, the children were playing with the sports equipment and running around the more the children waited, the more impatient they got. “\ am so glad it is the holidays.” Announced Frank Smithson.
    Mrs Hutchinson came out and said “Your adults will be late today because there is serious traffic.”
    “Awwwww that’s not fair everyone else is going!” sighed Frank.

  9. School out and the students are ready for an exciting summer break. Running out of the playground, the children – who were talking about the amazing weeks ahead – shouted loudly. ‘’Woohoo,’’ yelled a boy running through the gates, ’summer holidays has begun!’’. The more people were happy about themselves, the more the teachers wondered what they had done wrong. Happily shouting, the car door was opened by a boy. Filling up like a jug of water, the playground was packed full of joyous children. Laughing and chattering, the children emptied out of the playground. Happiness and joy flooded through their veins as they run out of school Looked up, the sad school waited for when laughter will fill the halls once more.

  10. As swift as sonic, happiness over took my cheerful body as we partied like wild animals down the street of freedom. Charging through the door, the army like children grouped up in a gigantic huddle
    “I can’t wait for my holiday,” stanly bragged
    The closer the bell was, the more wild the children (who were desperate for the School holidays to start).

  11. SCHOOL’S OUT FOR SUMMER 8 SENTENCE CHALLENGE!
    Johnathan was the first person to walk out of the school doors. Annie – who had never been on a plane before- was going to Cuba for two whole weeks and so she was very excited. Thinking that he was the fastest person in the school, Johnathan outran everybody in the school until he reached the school gates. Maddison was happy that the summer holidays had finally come but however she was sad that she was leaving her past year to go into year 6. Two minutes later, the school principle found joey climbing up the school gates and was clinging on by his feet and was showing off to his friends but got down when he saw Mr Hassle coming towards him tapping his foot. ”Joey Williams! I hope you have a nice holiday and I also hope you don’t climb on those gates again. You don’t want to have broken bones during the summer holidays do you?” asked Mr Hassle sternly. Maddison and Annie went to the cinema as an end of year reward.

    Lola P and Lewis S

  12. “Finally, we are out of school!” Jessica cheered while running out of the school gates.
    “I’m going to the cinema to watch The Early Man in 4D!” replied David while jumping up and down.
    “I’m so happy that it’s the last day of the school term!” thought Jeff while not looking where he’s going.
    Excitedly, they all ran home talking to each other of what to do during the hot, summer holidays.
    They felt sad as they separated to their home wondering if they’re going to see each other in the summer holidays.
    The more time they think, the more things they could do.
    Ryan (who’s 9 years old) wants to go to Disney land so he talks to his mum and dad about it.
    Grabbing her things, she ran home as fast as a cheater to pack her things for Florida.
    By Aaron T and Aydan D

  13. As fast as a cheetah, we ran out of the red, rusty school doors waiting for the summer to begin. Excitedly, we all sped home ready for our freezing cold paddling pool and ice-lollies. Bouncing into the ice water, it was all fun and games until my brother came with a tin bucket (which contained ice cold water) and dunked it all over me what I’ve got to admit was quite nice and it suited a summer day like this. Knocking on my door, two of my very best friends asked “Do you want to play out with us?” whilst smiling because we were finished for the summer term. Persuaded by the idea, I grabbed my scooter and scooted onto the street, trying not to scratch any cars. Hot and bothered, we ran into my garage and grabbed a well deserved ice lolly. The more we licked our ice-lollies, the less hot we were. Thinking of what to do tomorrow, I grabbed my scooter, placed it in the garage and went inside to watch a movie.
    By Lucy C and Luca B

  14. Jumping and leaping as they reached the school doors, the children (who were excited to leave the school for the summer) ran to their cars leaving the school behind them. Tired as they realised summer was over for the children, had the time of their lives thinking about the memories they had at school. Thinking about what to do in the holidays, they jumped up and left the school doors, screaming “HOOOORRRAAYYY!” The more they thought about their holidays, the more they thought about how fun their holidays would be. Feeling joyful as they spoke to the girl spoke to her friend, she announced gleefully “I can’t wait for my summer.”
    “Me either I am going to invite you round to my house for a sleepover,” The other girl replied happily. As she passed her friend’s car as fast as a cheetah, she waved her goodbye. As she passed by her brightly coloured, brand new looking the school she felt very nervous for her year above.

    By Yasmine and Evie

  15. Dashing out of the door, the children were filled with excitement for the summer holidays. “What are you doing in the summer holidays?” asked the girl, still running down the playground to the gates. The more she ran, the more hyper she got.
    “I’m going to go to Spain!” bragged the other girl next to her, with her arms in the air. Surrounded by loads of screaming kids, the boy behind the two girls~ who had a backpack~ shouted “I’m going to Morrisons,” trying to push in front of the swarm of running kids. Unfortunately, the tired teachers had to stay in school busy working hard. Miss Knight, sleeping on her desk, wished she could go home and watch a Harry Potter movie. As fast as a cheetah, the children had already rushed, leaving behind their homework and their poor teachers marking their tests.
    By Chloe N and Jack L

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