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Queen Guinevere’s Rescue by Nean Year 5

Author: Woramon Srinualchai (Nean) Year 5
A long time ago there was a distant land called Camelot. It was ruled by a King called Arthur. Camelot was a wealthy and beautiful land and in the heart of Camelot was the castle. The castle was surrounded by a large moat with waters as deep as the ocean. Getting into the castle was extremely difficult. You had to have permission from the King or a Knight. If you could go in; a gigantic drawbridge would wheel down right in front of your eyes. The towers of the castle reached the clouds that were up high in the sky.

Inside; King Arthur lived with his beautiful Queen Guinevere. The chambers of the castle were very posh; the pillows were hand woven from the Queen’s spinning wheel. The rooms were decorated with freshly picked flowers from the castle’s garden. Inside the throne room sat the thrones of the King and Queen. Then in the centre of the great hall room was the Round table. King Arthur was strong and handsome, with dazzling green eyes, he al…

Frozen for 50 years: Narrative Writing by Pupe Year 8

Author:  Tuangrat Trannitad (Pupe) Year 8
Finally, I was released. I didn’t think that it would be this lonely. It felt so short, felt like it was only yesterday that I was walking in here, thinking what it would be like 50 years from then. It was actually the first time I was being happy about not having a family, no one to miss, right?
I walked out of the ice cold freezing room to my same apartment, everything looked pretty much the same. My couch was ripped off though and my pink cap on the drawer was completely torn. I walked over to my bathroom, when I touched the door knob, the whole door fell down. I looked at my left and my bathtub was covered in thick dusts, the white towels that was hung beside it was so dirty it turned grey.
The mirror was covered in dried water stains. It was blurry, I couldn’t see anything. I wiped it with my hand, the clearer it gets, the more it revealed an unfamiliar face of mine.
I opened my eyes widely to see a girl I don’t remember. All I remembered was…

Yanin Ponpayong (Mimi) Draws Her Future in Communication Design at Chulalongkorn University

Growing up in a family of artists, Yanin Ponpayong (Mimi) became inspired with a variety of art pieces.  She started learning at Heathfield International School in 2004, where she immersed herself in art classes and developed new techniques and styles.  Mimi is specialising in creative performances. She participated in The Voice Kids as a young singer, and also joined in many TISAC events during her years at Heathfield. We were happy to see her passionate personality, shining through at Heathfield’s Got Talent, as a guest judge recently. Her diligent character led her to get successfully enrolled in the faculty of Communication Design, at Chulalongkorn University.
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