The ending of Michael Morpurgo’s short story is sad and unexpected. Can you write a new ending that is happy and joyful?
Remember the passive voice is used to make the subject like a victim.
No sooner had Mr Hasbean stepped off the coach then he fell foul of all the hazards at the seaside. First, his best hat was blown away by a gale-force wind. Then, his bald head was splattered by a low-flying seagull.
CHALLENGE- continue the story in the passive voice.
Our worship topic this half term is sacrifice. Can you share a story about a time when you gave something up in order to help others?