Witches’ Spell

Double double,
Triple trouble,
Stew burns,
Bones crumbled.
 
Eye of Tiger,
Toe of a dog,
Bones of a man,
Tongue of a frog,
 
Smell of blood,
as it floods the wood,
 
Double double,
Triple trouble,
Stew burns,
Bones crumbled.
 
A fly caught my eye,
I thought how sly,
Scale of a snake,
Tooth of a bear,
Oh so yummy
Said the Mummy.
 
Double double,
Triple trouble,
Stew burns,
Bones crumbled.

Witches’ Spell

Scare, scare,
the witches are there,
creaky voice, exatic hair,
They have big pointy noses.
 
Black cat on the window,
black cat on the stair,
But, when you look back
again they are not there!
 
Cackling laughs everywhere,
go near if you dare,
stay away they’ll boil your hair
because witches don’t care
 
bats only come out at night
to gve you a great big fright.

 

Witches’ Spell

Hocus pocus, ten more locusts mixed with a mutant bee.
Fishes guts from our river, floating in the gooey sea.
Eye of a newt and tongue of a bat
Brain of a nerd and his freaky cat.
Thy spells we make are shadowed with grief
severed liver and babres teeth.
a horse and a man above below,
one can stay but one must go.
Arm of a hobo, leg of a dog,
I can’t see anything in this fog!

Witches’ Spell

Vampires fang, TNTs bang,
werewolves howl, head of an owl.
gun shot pain, zombies pain,
lizards lung, mummys young.
Horn of a bull, crocodile skull,
bats wing, bumblebee sting.
Haunted house, rotten mouse,
lions tale, blood of a whale.

Witches’ Spell

Red, green, blue, black,
Rise this wizard and bring him back.
Eye of a lizard, tail of a rat,
Shell of a beetle and wing of a bat.
Tooth of a crocodile, scale of a snake,
Put them together with no mistake.
Red, green, blue, black,
Rise this wizard and bring him back.

 

Witches’ Spell

Fires burn, dragons breath
in the horrible murky depth.
Humans scream, wizards dream,
old men beg for horses leg.
Thick or thin,
let the spell begin,
as the humans fright,
the undead awake at night.
Fires burn, dragons breath
in the horrible murky depth.

Witches’ Spell

Bubble bubble,
double trouble,
fire burning in a rubble.
Eye of a newt, toe of a dog,
tail of a cat, leg of a frog,
adders scales, fins of fish
all cooked up in one big dish.
Bubble bubble,
double trouble,
fire burning in a rubble.
Bone of dragon, fur of wolf,
all gone down in one big gulp.
Tooth of a shark, wool of sheep,
all piled up in one big heap.
A leap of a frog could kill a dog,
then buried under a big fat log
Tigers roaring day and night,
when you wake you will have a fright.
Bubble bubble,
double trouble,
fire burning in a rubble.

Be Dramatic!

This half term pupils are studying a scheme of work called Be Dramatic! This unit explores a range of dramatic techniques through analysing different types of drama.

The pupils analysed the Witches’ speech in Macbeth and then had to create their own  spell. Let us know how convincing you think they are!

P.E.E. Paragraphs

It was certain that Ludlow’s parents hated him. ‘Ma was struggling with a buckle around my ankle, her hands shaking from the previous days drinking, while pa was trying to hold me down. Ma & Pa was holding Ludlow down because they wanted to sell his teeth for a profit. Barton was dragging them out one by one until Ludlow escaped!

P.E.E. Paragraphs

Ludlow is a very scruffy boy and is very dirty and scraggy.’He stood
and took a good hard look at the boy. He resembled so many city boys,
dirty and skinny’. Ludlow is a thief because he hasn’t got much money
and in the text it says ‘though mainly pick pockets’.Ludlow is also a
fighter and brave because when his’ma,pa and Barton Gumbroot were
ripping his teeth from his jaw he kicked out and fought back even
though he was in attrocious discomfort and pain.