This is the T shirt

that tucks in the shorts.

This is the saddle

that holds the horse.

This is the sun

that brightens the beach.

This is the pillow

that comforts the couch.

This is the plate

that holds the roll.

This is the food

that feeds the doll.

This is the cup

that holds the tea.

This is the Milo

that fills me.

This is the finger

that fits the ring.

This is the song

that the children sing.


By Siena





Snakes are unique creatures.

They have no ears.

Some are big and some are small.

Some are venomous and some are not.

The most venomous snakes are the Inland Taipans. They are found in Australia.

The most well known snake is the Cobra. They are well know because they have hoods but lots of snakes have hoods.

By Levi

My Mum Chats a Lot

Mum by SienaShe loves chatting in her bedroom

She loves chatting in her car.

She loves chatting on the street .

My mum can chat anywhere.


My mum chats at the gym,

She chats at dinner and at work.

She even chats in the bathroom!

My mum can chat anywhere!

by Siena

She’s still chatting now!


Fang is my newest pet so far. He’s a spotted python. He’s not going to do me any damage. There is more chance I am going to see a flying unicorn than him kill me.

Sometimes Fang joins my maths lessons. During the maths lessons he slides about on my hands and he climbs my head and goes down my shirt. I feed him one mouse each week on Thursdays.

It was a big day when he tried to eat a fuzzy mouse for the first time. (They’re a lot bigger than pinky mice.) It was a big success! It took an hour but he did eat the mouse. He opened his mouth as wide as my mouth when it is stretched wide open. It took 4 days for him to digest.

I would love to have lots of snakes. If I had to choose it would be an albino spotted python. If you want creepy pets you can get sharks, scorpions, or tarantulas. Do not under any circumstances catch any snakes found in the bush.  Someone who was a snake catcher died. So do not!Fang

By Levi

Beados These are my Beados.

How to make them:

  1. Find your pattern
  2. Put it in your bead tray
  3. Put the beads in the tray
  4. When you’re ready spray with water
  5. Wait 10 minutes but if you want to be sure do it for more
  6. When it is dry flip it over and if it isn’t dry leave it for another 10 minutes
  7. Finally display it

By Siena

Exhibited Stella Downer Fine Art 2015
Woman and Dog on Solid Ground  / 45.7 cm x 30.4 cm
Oil on Cotton Duck
Musicians Playing in Time /  45.6 x 35.6cm
Juggle / 45.6 x 35.6cm
Figure on an Autumn Street / 51 x 31 cm
Figure on an Autumn Street / 51 x 31 cm
Just Between Us  / 15 cm x 32.5 cm
Just Between Us / 15 cm x 32.5 cm
The Press of Foot to Earth /  137.5 cm x 198.5 cm
The Press of Foot to Earth / 137.5 cm x 198.5 cm
Elysium / 125.5 x 214  cm
Elysium / 125.5 x 214 cm
‘Four Figures’ Oil on Course Linen 30.5 x 40.5 cm