A Busy week

Hi guys! What’s up? I know you are all thinking “She’s finally doing a blog post! “. Well I ‘m not sure that you actually are, but I know that I would think that. 🙂  The reason I have not posted a blog post for a long time, is that I have been sick with a bad cold.

As it has been a long time, I shall now tell you about all of  my key events of last week:

First, I will tell you about Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Those three days were not regular school days with Maths, English and all of that. This was because, some people were going to Arethusa.

Arethusa is venture centre in Kent. It is EXTREMLY fun. At Arethusa, you do lot of fun sport activities, which include: Rock Climbing, Swimming, Archery and lots of other great things. Also, you sleep in small dormitories!  And the food is DELICIOUS!

In my school, we get to go there with our class in Year 3 and Year 4.  You get the choice to go once or twice. I went last year, therefore I did not see the point to go again.

A mix of Year 3 and Year 4 went to Arethusa. The rest of the people who were not going, stayed at school. To make it fair, we did not have regular lessons, but we did fun activities and experiments.

I am now going to tell you some of the fun things we did:

We made Magic Mud (using Corn Starch and Water), we had an Egg Drop Contest, we made our own Board Games, we played Speed Stacks and many more. As you can see I had three great days.

As you know I go to a community music centre. Every Wednesday, I attend Band Workshop lessons. You get to play a range instruments there. I craved to go on drums, however there was a problem… someone else wanted to go on drums! 😦 DISASTER!

The person who wanted to go on drums was also very good at playing the Electric Guitar. The teacher asked me if I would like to play the Electric Guitar but I said no, as I am not good at it and I would wreck the song. He thought for a moment. He decided to put the other boy on to the Guitar and let me go onto Drums. Once I had heard those Glorious words my heart leapt for joy!!!! But I looked across the room and saw that the other boy had a sad face and was beginning to cry. 😦

The teacher spoke to him and asked him if he trusted him. In the end the poor boy had gotten over it.

Later on, I was even more happier to hear that we would be playing one of my favourite songs… Take Me Home by Jess Glynne! 🙂 I had so much fun playing the drums and I am so excited for next week’s lesson.

Finally, I am going to tell you about my Karate class, like I said I would.

On Fridays, I now attend Karate classes. Last week it was my second lesson, however it was meant to be my third. I missed the lesson before last, as I was sick like you  know. I will not tell much, as it is quite hard to summarise this event. I will tell you a bit about my warmup. First we had to do some simple lunges and kicks across the room. After,(here comes the killer…) we had to run to the end of the room and do 1 push up and run back to do 2 push ups the run to the other end of the room and so on until 5 push ups . Next, we did exactly the same thing but with Sit ups, followed by Burpees and finally Tuck jumps. As you would expect I exhausted after that! Later on, we practiced our kicks and punches. Lastly our sensei gave us all homework. My homework was to learn how to count in Japanese! 1= ichi, 2=ni, 3=san, 4=shi, 5=go…


So that’s it for today but stay tuned next time I will show you  how to make a Kreative Project! 🙂 AUREVOIR!



My trip to the theatre

Hi guys! What’s up? I am as sorry as I could have ever been that I have not done a post for quite a long time, even when I have an exciting post to do about my trip to the Royal Theatre in Stratford with my school! 😦 As it was a long time, I will tell you about my week.

Firstly, I will tell you about my trip to the theatre. I went to watch Sinbad the Sailor. It was a pantomime. In most of them, the story is changed. This show was no different to the others. They had made a whole story up that included Sinbad, Sinbada (his elder sister), a princess, a sultan, the evil Prince Nauseous, a monkey called Funky Monkey and his parents, a genie, a 9 headed monster and some drunken pirates.

I will tell you a short summary of the play. There was once a great adventurer named Sinbad. He travelled with his sister Sinbada and Funky Monkey. One day, they all went to the sultan’s and the Princess’s palace. The two royals were relieved to see Sinbad and his friends (Sinbada and Funky Monkey), as they had heard that they had drowned at sea and died. With the sultan’s permission he announced that he will retire from his adventures and asked to marry the Princess.

However, there was a problem… Prince Nauseous was already marrying her! To settle the matter, the royals decided that Sinbad and the prince should have a race. They should race to an island and search for a buried casket that belonged to the dead queen (the sultan’s wife) whoever found it and returned home with it would marry the princess. During the show, it was revealed to us that Sinbad was a scaredy cat and that he did not go on the adventures but Sinbada and Funky Monkey did! People thought that Sinbad went on the adventures as he told the story.

On the journey, they came across many hazards. There were poisonous bananas, a 9 headed monster, a storm and a genie working for the prince, however she helped Sinbad and his friends.

The story is far too long, therefore, I can not write it all. At the end of the story Prince nauseous gave the casket to Sinbad so he could marry the princess. They got married and in the wedding, they had a dance called the Funky Monkey where we could all join in as well! 🙂 I had so much fun at the pantomime, we even got ice cream at the break! But that was not my favourite part… a teacher from our school was chosen from the crowd to go up on stage and dance! He even had his own solo! It was HILARIOUS!!!

Also, to finish of I am over the moon to announce that I have got a new laptop!!! 🙂 . I gave some of my saving money and my parents paid the rest.

OH! I forgot. I started karate classes this week, but that can wait until next week.


So that’s it for today, AUREVOIR!


My week so far

Hi, guys! What’s up? I’m sorry that I have not written anything on my blog for a long time! 😦  . Today I am going to tell you a bit about my week so far.

I play the guitar. I go to a music community centre. You can not only learn guitar, but you can attend other classes. There are keyboard lessons, percussion lessons and band workshop.

Every year some people are nominated to get a bursary to go to Blackheath Conservatoire because you are doing well in your music. Amazingly, I got it!  🙂 . So now every Thursday I go to the Conservatoire and my teacher is called William.

However, this week, on Thursday I will be going on a school trip and I will be arriving quite late, therefore I will not be able to attend my guitar lesson. Kindly, William had allowed me to come on Monday. I had a great lesson and I learnt lots. I really enjoy playing the guitar.

So, that’s it for today. AUREVOIR!

P.S. Stay tuned to read about my day going to the theatre with my school!   🙂

My First blog post

Hi guys! It’s KK (Kreative Kenza)! Today, it was my first day back at school from the Christmas Holidays!  I am going to tell you a bit about my day! J

I live in London, in my school we sit on tables and our teacher gives us work suitable for each person depending on which level you are.  This year our table’s names are named after some of Roald Dahl’s books. The names are: Wonkas, Matildas, BFGs, Peaches, Foxes and Crocodiles. Today we were sat onto different tables, as it was the beginning of a new term. I was sat onto Wonkas for Maths like before and Matildas for English.

If you haven’t read any of Roald Dahls books you should read some.

In the afternoon, my class had a philosophy lesson. We read a book and at the end, our teacher asked us what questions we thought of. She wrote them all down and we had to vote for which one you would like to discuss with the class. The most popular one was: “Why do we have so many wars going around the world and everything linked to it”.  Surprisingly, it was really interesting!

So, that’s it for today, AUREVOIR!