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Wednesday, 13 October 2021

Prize winning poems from Moat Farm, Sandwell

I have been privileged to work with the fantastic pupils at Moat Farm Junior School. As part of National Poetry Day, they held a competition, and each year group selected a winning poem. Their wonderful teacher Gemma got in touch, and asked if I would display these winning poems on my blog. Of course I was absolutely delighted to do so. I hope you love these poems as much as I do!

When I Grow Up, by Year 3 Yellow Class

Mommy always asks me

What do you want to be?

When I grow up

I want to be an astronaut

To travel to the stars

Or maybe even Mars!

When I grow up 

I want to be a mechanic

To fix planes and trains 

But never get in a panic

When I grow up

I want to be a teacher 

Teach English and Maths

So kids can count their cash!

Mommy always asks me

What do you want to be?

Mommy, Mommy, I just want to be ME!

Poem by Year 4 Red Class

Every week we follow

Mr Bowen’s rules 

We even conquered Moat Farm

The best of all the schools 

The Red 4 kids from Oldbury

We listen near and far

You can hear us learning

All the way from your car…

Allez, allez, allez…[etc!]

Sensational Splashers by Year 5 Red Class

Book Travellers by Year 6 Yellow Class

The Best Subject in the World by Year 6 Red Class