P149 Teletext 149 Nov 6 21:00:00         ———————————— SECONDARY ——————  ———— WRITE IT COMPETITION 11-16s Write us a masterpiece to fit this page — around 70 words or so. The topic: AUTUMN £10 book token each week for the winner and a £2p book to+en for your school. Send essays (with name, age and school) to: WRITE IT COMPETITION (Secondar9), PO Box 297, London SW6 1XT. WINNER: CARLA, MALMESBURY SCHOOL CLOSES Friday, November 13 ——————————————————————————————————1/6—— Have you seen the Green Scene? 160 GET ON THE 'ZINE p142 Fun&Games Eco Scene TV Plus Lalas
P149 Teletext 149 Nov 6 21:00:10         ———————————— SECONDARY ——————  AUTUMN by Hayley, 12, Maesteg Comprehensive, South Wales All leaves golden brown, crisp yellow and racy red. Full of movement, not moving of their own accord, only controlled by the racing wind. Falling down on the ground. Silence is there. Seeing them move is such an experience. Examine the leaves — the colours clash — such splendour. I touch with amazement. I clench my fist. So interesting to feel the tenderness of something so unique. ——————————————————————————————————2/6—— Digi fun 670 'Zine Life 142 PLANET SOUND p480 Fun&Games Eco Scene TV Plus Lalas
P149 Teletext 149 Nov 6 21:00:01         ———————————— SECONDARY ——————  AUTUMN by Linzi, 12, The Kings School, Ottery St Mary From meadow green to golden brown The leaves turn fiery red. Conkers tumble as seasons turn, When the breeze sweeps autumn to life. Leaves flowing, twisting, turning, twirling, Swirling on a voyage to the ground. A chilly atmosphere warmed by a joyful glow. Sparrows swoop, skimming a flaming bonfire on the night of November 5th, while the ghosts rise from the dead as Halloween raises its ghoulish head. ——————————————————————————————————3/6—— Digi fun 670 'Zine Life 142 PLANET SOUND p480 Fun&Games Eco Scene TV Plus Lalas
P149 Teletext 149 Nov 6 21:00:00         ———————————— SECONDARY ——————  AUTUMN by Carla, 13, Malmesbury School, Filands, Wilts Autumn is a time of beauty, dazzling sights and sounds and smells. Crisp leaves falling from the almost bare trees, gently floating in the breeze. Colours of bracken, bronze, brazen and brown. Brambles with berries and branches falling down. Everything sleeping, everything silent, or just stood there waiting to die. On the other side of the window pane, a boy stares quietly into the sky. "Goodbye Autumn," he sighed. ——————————————————————————————————4/6—— Digi fun 670 'Zine Life 142 PLANET SOUND p480 Fun&Games Eco Scene TV Plus Lalas
P149 Teletext 149 Nov 6 21:01:02         ———————————— SECONDARY ——————  AUTUMN by Nadine, 13, Newport Girls High School, Newport, Shropshire Amber, burnt orange and rusty brown, An array of leaves tumbling down. Halloween and Bonfire Night, A glowing fire burning bright. A squirrel: such a little beast, Collecting nuts for its winter feast. Hedgehogs prepare for their annual sleep, Hidden in a pile of leaves so deep. Grey, cloudy skies hang silently above, Across them flies a solitary dove. Autumn slowly draws to an end, Winter lies just around the bend. ——————————————————————————————————5/6—— Digi fun 670 'Zine Life 142 PLANET SOUND p480 Fun&Games Eco Scene TV Plus Lalas
P149 Teletext 149 Nov 6 21:01:01         ———————————— SECONDARY ——————  AUTUMN by James, 13, Easington Comprehensive, County Durham I love the feel of the autumn air, I can feel it everywhere. I love the sight of the naked, brown trees, They look so bare without their leaves. I love the sight of the fields of corn, Before the harvest, before it is shorn. I like the harvest feast, though, There's lots to eat and no one's spirit is low. Autumn is only three months' long, I will be sorry when it's gone. ——————————————————————————————————6/6—— Digi fun 670 'Zine Life 142 PLANET SOUND p480 Fun&Games Eco Scene TV Plus Lalas