The dreadful Dragon’s den

Drifting snow powdered the dark desolate forest, smothering the silent earth like a polar bear’s coat. Bernard peered out of the window from his little stone hut, wondering if he would ever see his father’s familiar face again!

The full moon stared through the skeletal trees like a knowing eye. At that moment, he heard the rhythmic beating of wings. Scanning the skies, Bernard could just make out a scaly shadow. Was it the dragon?

As Bernard perched through the back gloomy door he couldn’t see his brave, fearless father. As Bernard turned round he saw a Black colossal shadow. His father was right that he should never go outside without his permission. What would Bernard do? His dad always told him if he here’s a dragon and he’s far away from his house always berry yourself in the snow. Firstly of all he was right next to his house and, secondly the dragon noes that he is there.

Bernard thoughtthat he should go inside but the dragon would the dragon will attack stayed but if he stayed there the dragon will find him. He decided that he would run inside get his sword and if the dragon attacked he would use his sword. Bernard knew that it would be the biggest mistake of his life.

Bernard knew that he was a rubbish sprinter, but this depended of his life. Bernard sprinted as fast as he could, he didn’t even look back. He got his sword turn round and there was nothing. He didn’t dare look go back out there or even look out of the window but he just waited inside with his sword in his hand.

After a couple of hours Bernard made the biggest mistake of his life. Bernard herded some Banging on the front on the door he knew that his dad would never knock on the door because it will attract attention. As dumb as a dog he opened the door, but he couldn’t see anything. Then he did the most stupid thing you could imagine. Bernard shouted “Father can you her me” when there was a dragon wanting to eat him. Bernard waited and waited as quickly as the speed of light a red oversize figure zoomed though the sky. Bernard had never see anything like that but, he knew it could only be one thing…

THE DRAGON

Bernard turned round as slowly as he could. The dragon swooped round and caught him, Bernard was in trouble. The dragon took him on a stretched journey as he thought of portion of questions. Where is his Dad? Where does the dragon live? Where is he taking me? Then he thought of a questions Why does the dragon only appears when fathers goes to find the dragon maybe he has a big secret maybe he is the dragon. Bernard thought he was stupid who would think that there father was a dragon. Bernard thought how stupid he was and what his father would of thought.

Bernard saw a sign saying dragontopia. The Dragon emerged thought the deep monotonous, dreary forest. Bernard thought that it looks boring but then he thought positive and it could be great for a making den. Finlay Bernard and the dragon averred. “Welcome son to Dragon school, located in dragontopia” said the dragon finally Bernard understood his dad was a dragon, he went mental “I DON’T WANT TO GO TO DRAGON SCHOOL YOU LIER!” Shout Bernard furiously he stormed of the way he came from. Bernard remembered which way they went.

Ope – 5R, St Francis CofE Primary School, Swindon

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Bernard’s rescue

Drifting snow powdered the dark desolate forest, smothering the silent earth like a polar bear’s coat. Bernard peered out of the window from his little stone hut, wondering if he would ever see his father’s familiar face again!

The full moon stared through the skeletal trees like a knowing eye. At that moment, he heard the rhythmic beating of wings. Scanning the skies, Bernard could just make out a scaly shadow. Was it the dragon?

Bernard’s terrified face turned towards the eerie figure.  A shiver of fright trickled down his back; he was too afraid to even mutter a single word. The dragon swooped along the night sky like a Hulk hunting for it’s pray.

The young boy sped off into the dismal hut as fast as a leopard.  Bernard’s eyes filled with amazement as he gradually walked among the hut. ‘WOW!’ echoed Bernard; he had never seen anything like it. Shelves and shelves of dragon models covered the small hut from top to bottom.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ‘What do you think?’ whispered a suspicious man from the corner of the room. ‘I’m Charles, and you are?’ added the man.

‘I’m Bernard’ he answered. He was still very confused about what was going on. Bernard asked Charles if he knew anything about the dragon continuously circling the bewildered hut. Unfortunately he knew nothing at all. ‘It’s getting late now, let’s get some sleep.’ insisted Charles. The old man and Bernard quickly walked up to Charles’ room.

His room was completely empty except for an old, abandoned bed in the corner of the room. Charles laid out a blanket and a soft pillow on the wooden floor. ‘You can sleep here.’ Said Charles pointing to the floor. Being cautious, Bernard sank into his bed that Charles had made. ‘Good night!’ whispered Charles. Bernard laid down on his bed thinking about his father, he wanted to find him. He has been gone for 5 months now and Bernard missed him very dearly. 5 months ago that wicked dragon captured his father Jack and held him at his will. Slowly Bernard drifted off into a deep sleep.

The next morning finally came; Bernard was more than eager to find his father, but the only way to save him is to defeat the dragon, so that was what he was going to do now, today. After a while Charles awoke and stomped down the stairs like a bewildered elephant. ‘So what’s for breakfast?’ said Bernard with curiosity. Charles shoved some cereal into the bowl.

‘I’m going to save my father, he’s been held at his will by the dragon’ stated Bernard.

Millie – 5R, St Francis CofE Primary

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Bernard and the Dragon

Drifting snow powdered the dark desolate forest, smothering the silent earth like a polar bear’s coat. Bernard peered out of the window from his little stone hut, wondering if he would ever see his father’s familiar face again!

The full moon stared through the skeletal trees like a knowing eye. At that moment, he heard the rhythmic beating of wings. Scanning the skies, Bernard could just make out a scaly shadow. Was it the dragon?

Tense travelled down his spine, the sound was getting louder every second. Then there was an eerie silence. He paused. Bernard was anxious and alarmed. Out of nowhere, the scaly dragon flew rapidly across his head; he had strike-panic. Suddenly, nerves travelled around him like a snake rapped around him. Then there was an eerie silence nothing moved Bernard couldn’t hear anything he felt solitary again. But he knew that the colossal dragon was going to back to him. As a result, Bernard went down to his basement in his miniature hut in the middle of nowhere. He looks for weapons so he could capture the dragon. He found an ax that was rusted where it had been in the hut in the darkness corner of the basement.

Then Bernard cautiously opened his stone, heavy door into the deep, freezing snow. It felt like he was in Antarctica. As the snow fell Bernard was nearly frozen his feet were numb his clothes was soaking wet because of the snow. He thought this could get any worse. Then, the snow got deeper and deeper by the minute Bernard was finding it difficult and tiring. All different emotions where travelling around him. Bernard then fell to the floor and fell asleep….

When Bernard woke up the sky was dismal and gloomy as always is was also incredibly foggy. Bernard couldn’t see anything in the distance he was terrified. The fresh air travelled up his nostrils. He speedily made a fire so he could keep warm the flames where malty reds and yellow. He slowly got warm and his body soon heated up. Bernard was starving he looked around for food even though it was really difficult. He felt dismayed he couldn’t find any food he hadn’t eaten for days. Bernard was losing his energy he thought can I do this!

Bernard put the bright fire out and continued his journey to find the vast dragon. Then Bernard approached a dismal forest cautiously with fright. Gnarled trees like twisting snakes surrounded him like there was no exist. Suddenly, a shadow immerged speedily past him like a flash of lightning. Bernard paused with fright. He started to shake. However, he was determined to tackle the fierce dragon even though he was petrified. As Bernard was getting deeper and deeper into the forest the atmosphere started to change, noises where getting louder also it was getting darker and gloomier when he travelled more into the dismal forest. But then he heard some flapping wings like the ones he heard early. But he couldn’t make out what it was because of the heavy fog surrounding him. Then he could make out what it was, it was the vast, colossal dragon that Bernard was terrified of…….

The dragon came flying towards him rapidly like nothing was going to get in the way. Bernard, at that moment was the scariest man on earth. He didn’t know what to do. Suddenly, as the dragon was a center meter away the dragon turned into….. Bernard’s father. Bernard was so elated and overwhelmed he yelled ecstatically “is that you father?” Bernard’s father responded “yes it’s me, sorry I’ve been stalking and terrifying you but you had to show your determination for me to turn back into a human again.” Bernard’s face turned from anxiousness into elatedness “I can’t believe it’s you!” Bernard was so happy it was like he just became priminister the smile on his face was outstanding. However, they were still in the dismal forest they couldn’t find an exist out of the dirty forest. Then when night fell the moon shimmered and sparkled between the gnarled, tall trees. It brightened up the forest instantly.

Finally, they found the exit out of the gloomy, dismal forest. But it was still freezing and the white snow as white as a sheep’s wool was higher than it was before. They both found it hard and difficult to get through the deep snow. The snowflakes dropped from the white, dismal sky like heavy rain. Slowly, Bernard and his father trotted home together happily.

By Mia, 5R, St Francis CofE Primary School, Swindon.

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Bernard’s Dragon Adventure

                     

Drifting snow powdered the dark desolate forest, smothering the silent earth like a polar bear’s coat. Bernard peered out of the window from his little stone hut, wondering if he would ever see his father’s familiar face again!

The full moon stared through the skeletal trees like a knowing eye. At that moment, he heard the rhythmic beating of wings. Scanning the skies, Bernard could just make out a scaly shadow. Was it the dragon?

 

There was a pounding to the ground the windows shattered of Bernard’s house. He looked through the broken window and saw someone in the snow so he went out side. He wiped the snow off the person, he saw it was a man. It was his dad! He quickly got inside and wrapped him so he would get warm. He was scared his father wouldn’t survive, but he heard him mumbling. He was so happy he was alive so he just him rest.

His Father was slowly recovering from when he was knocked out. Bernard asked him “why are you here and how did you get knocked to the floor? Are you the dragon?”

He replied “Im here to send  you a message Bernard I am the dragon  and fell down because turned back to human. My message is that you are ready to become a dragon Bernard. It’s your destiny”

“I don’t want to be a dragon! I don’t want to be transformed!” Bernard shouted.

“But if don’t, the dragon council will be after you. They won’t stop until they find you and turn you into a wild dragon for breaking the law” said Bernard’s Father.

“Ok I’ll do so. I’ll stay out of trouble. Where are we going to turn me into a dragon? ” mumbled Bernard.

“It’s in the magical dragon volcano land I’ll fly you there” replied   Father.

So they flew to dragon volcano land when they made it to the top they went through a tunnel where this big statue was there, but it wasn’t a statue it was the god of dragons, he turns the lava magic.

“What should I do” whispered Bernard

“Jump in” said father

“No way”! Shouted Bernard

His father pushed into the lava. He fell down with a huge splash!There was silence for a few seconds and then a huge raw boomed out. A new dragon was born.

There was a crimson flash a new dragon uncurling his wings ready to fly. His teeth were nice and sharp, ripping through anything. His claws cut through anything and this was the new dragon.

He was gliding across the sea the something hit him. It was another dragon, this one was mad! So violent “I knew what this was the council turning a dragon into a wild dragon we had stop this dragon”! shouted Bernard.

So he through all the down to the sea and nether seen again after he through the wild dragon the words he said after were “I will stop the council from turning dragon into monster dragon really are not what they say in the movies they kind creatures and they will stay that way forever”.

He went to his dad and went on to stop evil may their adventure continue.

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Bernard’s Dragon Hunt

Drifting snow powdered the dark desolate forest, smothering the silent earth like a polar bear’s coat. Bernard peered out of the window from his little stone hut, wondering if he would ever see his father’s familiar face again!

he heard the rhythmic beating of wings. Scanning the skies, Bernard could just make out a scaly shadow. Was it the dragon?

 

As Bernard stepped out into the coldness a fast movement flashed past .Then there was nothing to be herd then suddenly an ice ball shot and down from the sky an made a huge hole in the ground by his hut .But then the sky turned into mist and there was nothing to be seen .Bernard sprinted back in to his hut and locked the door . Well the dragon  was  one Bernard went to go and look for his shiny golden sword but when he looked back the sky was lit up with a fire ball .He went back out side and he saw the ice dragon covered with guts and an tail missing .Bernard slowly crept out into the wilderness and  it flew  the ice dragon then he casually walked back trying not to make a sound . Then the icy face turned around and it looked like his brothers face . was it his brother Jerry . The next gloomy ,dismal morning Bernard pocked his head out the window there was another dragon eating the ice dragon . Bernard then got his goggles and zoomed in the other dragon had red deadly eyes . Suddenly it flew away to a castle.

 

Bernard thought that must be my dad . The next day Bernard travelled to the dull ,dark  castle . The day felt long for Bernard but it was only twelve o’clock in the afternoon .As he crept across the slimy ice he herd a crack and then suddenly fire alight the misty sky . Bernard felt petrified but he know that he could not give up . As he got closer the ice got thinner and gloomier . The journey was six hours long the first thing that he would do is rest . Two hours later Bernard got up and went to fight the dragon . After a while there was BRIGHT red blood all over Bernard but he had one more thing to defeat it was the witch . As he slowly walked up the creaky steps but there was no on one so Bernard took the position to bring the dragon back to his dad . Then once Bernard put the potion on his dad they set off. It was five o’clock they only had till seven o’clock to save there brother the sun was setting . one hour later they put the potion on there brother and he was a man again.

 

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The Father’s return

Drifting snow powdered the dark desolate ground smothering the silent earth like a polar bear’s coat. Bernard peered out of the window from his little stone hut, wondering if he would ever see his father’s familiar face again!

The full moon stared through the skeletal trees like a knowing eye. At that moment, he heard the rhythmic beating of wings. Scanning the skies, Bernard could just make out a scaly shadow. Was it the dragon?

A few years ago Bernard’s father said that their town will be invaded by dragons. “run away my dear child” shouted his father from their cottage door, “I will come for you when they have gone”. They were  the last words he said.

Bernard always wondered if his beloved father would come back for him. He said he would four years ago when he was in his joyful little town, but now he’s left in this solitary, cold, long lost place. He wished he could see his father’s fortunate smile again like he did back then.

Then the creature in the clouds circled above him.  What’s happening? He thought to himself. On the inside he felt fearful as well as surprised to not see it stare at Bernard and attack. Suddenly a “wip” emerged down the earth skimming the top of Bernard’s grey stone hut. Bernard was terrified at this point but he was intrigued by the site he was seeing.

All of a sudden the clouds in the sky emerged in front of the creature and turned an unusual colour. The creature disappeared into the distance leaving a scale behind. It was a ghost green and silver scale that was smooth and slimy. Just as he was about to sniff it a gloomy figure stood a few meters away and whispered “I have come for you my dear Bernard” “dad?” said Bernard with a confused look on his face.

The figure approached him closer and closer. With misty eyes staring right at him. The ghost spoke again “I am your father ,I HAVE COME FOR YOU AT LAST”. “umm…… I saw the dragon and it is true. YOU SAID IT WAS ONLY IN FAIRY TALES” shouted Bernard across the snowy land. This ghost said he would haunt him till he’s dead. Now that the ghost said that, Bernard was convinced that this wasn’t his beloved father. He felt threatened and distraught seeing his father as a ghost.

A large shadow emerged over the top over the top of him and the ghostly figure rised up “I BELIEVE NOW” a dark voice bellowed in the distance echoed across the long lost land.

Cara – 5R, St Francis CofE Primary School, Swindon

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The Dragon Slayer

Drifting snow powdered the dark desolate forest, smothering the silent earth like a polar bear’s coat. Bernard peered out of the window from his little stone hut, wondering if he would ever see his father’s familiar face again!

The full moon stared through the skeletal trees like a knowing eye. At that moment, he heard the rhythmic beating of wings. Scanning the skies, Bernard could just make out a scaly shadow. Was it the dragon?

As the day went past Bernard wondered if his father will ever come back. Just before the sun was coming down Bernard thought that his father was keeping a secret from him, but another thing came up in his mind where did his father go? When Benard was in his bed he could always hear a vague sound of a dragons wings flapping far,far away.

 

The next day Bernard stood still stareing outside looking for his father. As the winter breeze blew past his face giving Benard a chill. He thought, that if he looked for his father, in the forest he would come home and they live happily ever after, but Benard knew that the dragon was out there. Benard was going to go out in the forest  but needed a weapon just in case the dragon comes. So he searched all around the hut looking for weapons. Later on he went outside to chop some trees down to some weapons alongside with the axe. As he chopped down his final trunk he started to make some spears and some little steaks.

As Benard waited till dawn he grabbed his fluffy coat, torch and his weapons. He was ready. When Bernard was beyond depth of the forest he went in different directions. As the impeduable darkness crept more over him in the darker bit of the forest Bernard got more scared. Even though the darkness scared him he did it for his father.

When Bernard came beyond reach of the forest he started to go up the mountain hiking. As Bernard stop for a while to eat his bread, he saw a dark figure raoming around the forest. He thought to himself “It can’t be,”but it was. It was his father whom was raoming around. Bernard quickly stuffed the piece of bread in his mouth and started to climb down step by step. As Benard got down he started to stalk his father to his destination.

When Bernards father stopped at his destination he looked behind him and Bernard rapidly moved out of the way but gulpedloud enough so his father could hear him his father said “ Whos there, I have an axe I will not hesitate I will chop your head off.” Bernard replied “It’s me father, it’s me Bernard.” Bernard?What are you doing here?” “I…I came here to find you father.” “Well you shouldn’t of.” “But why father why?” “Because it’s to dangerous out here in the forest and you don’t know whats out here.” “Actually father I do know whats out here I know there are dragons and maybe some other creatures and mythical monsters out there.” “Ok. You do know a lot but still it’s to dangerous out here for you so get back to the hut.” “But father tell me where are you going and where have you been for so long.” “I might tell you but it’s not the time now.”

As Bernard followed his father to wherever they were going they set of to a journey together at the bottom of the mountain of Snyden. Bernard was going through a lot of feelings because he doesn’t know to be mad at his father or to be greatful and happy that he found him. Bernard usually goes strolling through the forest by his hut and secretly goes deep down in the forest and as they walked through the forest Bernard saw some gnarled trees that he has never seen before. When they came to the end of the mountain there was a secret door attached to the mountain. Inside there was a weapons there were swords attached to the walls and a crafting table. Outside of the house there was a demanding face of a dragon.” My son I have a lot to tell as you can see.” “ Father I need the truth I need to know why you have been gone for so long. Why?” “Son I’m a dragon slayer, I have that dragon head outside this little hut because I slayed it, legand says that it was the fiercest dragon there was and every dragon slayer was too scared to fight it.” “ Ok, then now can I be a dragon slayer and be your umm…mmm  oh your sidekick.” “Very funny son but you could train with me.” “Ok.” So they trained all day. As Bernard got older his father was getting older too. When Bernard was fully trained he entered his first dragon slaying competition and Bernard won, his father was proud of him. A few days later Bernard stopped dragon slaying. His father had died in a dragon slaying competition he was eaten by a dragon. Bernard entered a dragon slaying competition. He needed to have the dragon which killed his father so he could avenge his father with a victory and the dragons head to put on my father’s hut.

Later in the day in the impeduable darkness the flapping of the dragons wings were coming closer and closer. Bernard quickly ran into his fathers hut and took his sword that his father killed the fiercest dragon with. He ran outside and waited for the dragon to land so he could slay the dragon. The dragon swooped down from the sky and took Bernard and took him to a dragon cave to battle. When Bernard landed by the cave he took out his sword and was ready to battle. The dragon was ready to battle so they did. It went on till the night but until Bernard struck his sword through the dragon’s neck. SLICE. The dragon died just like his father. Bernard made his way down the mountain and stopped being a dragon slayer because it was too dangerous like his father said.

By Ivan – 5R, St Francis CofE Primary, Swinodn

 

 

 

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Bernard

Drifting snow powdered the dark desolate forest, smothering the silent earth like a polar bear’s coat. Bernard peered out of the window from his little stone hut, wondering if he would ever see his father’s familiar face again!

The full moon stared through the skeletal trees like a knowing eye. At that moment, he heard the rhythmic beating of wings. Scanning the skies, Bernard could just make out a scaly shadow. Was it the dragon?

Bernard panicked whilst looking out of the misty window to see a large scaly object flapping its wing heavily through the sky. Was it him the dragon was after? Would he see his father ever again? When will the dragon go? These were the questions that repeatedly sank into his mind.  “Right” he thought. “I am NOT going to stay here hoping that father will come back on day, I will go and search. The dragon will not stand in MY way!” More determined than ever, he packed his back quickly. Bernard packed some food, water, clothes, compass, a small pocket knife and a first aid kit. Cautiously, he opened the door and stepped out. Fear was filling his body as he left the only safe place he knew. He walked past the dragon, through the snow that was like a sea of whiteness.

 

Climbing up hills and hiding behind rocks and trees,  Bernard got away from the dragon. Now all he had to do was find his father. Bernard through the easy part was over, getting past the dragon, but no, finding his father and getting past more dragons was more of a problem. Meanwhile, whilst Bernard was looking for his father, the dragon continually circled Bernard hut. With one swish of the dragon’s tail, the hut was destroyed. All the hard work Bernard had put in to building the hut was gone.

 

Bernard heard the banging noise of the hut collapsing. He was very curious about what had happened and thought it was just a dragon knocking down a tree. The sky was getting dark and still no sign of his father. Bernard decided to sit in a cave and light a fire with his pocket knife and a rock. Unexpected he woke up to the sound of dragon’s roaring and rapidly flying around the cave he was resting in. He remembered a dragon doing that before he heard the banging sound. Bernard as sly as a fox ran out of the cave to the west.

 

Panting, Bernard stopped running and sat down. Putting on extra clothes, Bernard saw a moving object at the top of the mountain and whispered “father?”  Then Bernard bellowed “FATHER!”.  The object turned around to see who said that. “IS THAT YOU?!” Bernard ran up the mountain shouting “FATHER IS IT YOU?!” Finally Bernard reached the top of the hill and saw the person. The man had dark brown hair with green eyes. Just as he remembered. His lasts words before he left was “If I do not come back, stay in the hut and wait for me, however long I take” “Father?” Bernard whispered.

“Bernard, is that you?” the voice called out.

“Yes father, it is me, Bernard. I have missed you. I think the dragon is after me.” Bernard cried.

“You will be ok with me. But first let’s go back to the hut. It will be warmer and I haven’t seen it in a while.” Bernard’s father said softly.

 

Bernard and his father walked over all the rocks and trees to the place his hut once was. Everything was going fine until they saw all the sticks and a vast lump of snow. Bernard cried and wept over the loss of the only safe place to live. Bernard’s father sighed “Don’t be sad, we can build a new hut.” Bernard’s face turned from sadness to angriness.

“That dragon is going to be dead in a minute!” Bernard bellowed.

“No  Bernard, do not try to kill that dragon!” shouted Bernard’s father.

“It’s my only hope!” he shouted at the top of his voice.

That night, Bernard left for the horrible fight he would be involved in. He stumbled over the rocks and what was left of the trees.  He hurried though the snow that glistened like diamonds. The sky was dark and dismal yet the birds still sang happily in the light green trees. The gnarled trees branches were like witches fingers reaching out to capture Bernard and hold him captive. The next day, his father wept and cried over the loss of Bernard. Bernard’s father built the hut again and made it better. But now, there is a room that Bernard’s father never enters or looks at. Bernard’s dismal new room. Bernard’s father never saw Bernard again.

 

By Emily – 5R, St Francis CofE Primary SChoo, Swindon

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Bernard’s Story

3 years ago Bernard’s father went missing. He had been involved in a fight with dragons. Including the dragon of all dragons. It was a fearless dragon, full of power. He would get what he wanted. Take what he needed. If not you would be in trouble. His father was a dragon slayer and would take down any dragon. He did for the village.

He was taken away from his son, Bernard. Bernard was solitary without his father. He lived in a dismal forest with gnarled trees. A miniscule hut lay in the middle of the forest. It was round and curved with a thatched roof. The walls were made out of weak bricks and the door was made out some planks of wood tide together by a thin piece of string.

In the winter, the bitter air slid through the narrow door and under the walls. This was the time when the dragons would loom in the distance searching for its pray. You could just picture a scaly body lurking in the thick air.

Bernard didn’t know where his father was all he could concentrate was taking in his fathers footsteps and slaying the dragon. He knew this wasn’t a safe place to live, not for him, not for anyone except a dragon.

His home used to be a dragons lair, and then one day his father decide to invade. They had succeeded on their mission the place was now theirs. However every three years the dragons would fight to retrieve their home. Bernard had been dreading the day ever since his father left and the day had nearly come. The day was tomorrow and  Bernard was preparing. He told the villagers about the event and his plan to catch the dragon. And then he got ready to fight.

“I’m going to kill the dragon” shouted Bernard at the top of his voice. Just then a colony of dragons sawed the sky. “I’m ready to fight”. Beady eyes glared down on Bernard  like a deer for its pray. The dragon circled the hut getting lower every time keeping his eye his pray. The scaly figures circled the sky continuously. As the dragon’s got lower mixed feelings filled Bernard’s  body. Petrified he was, he thought he was in a dream but as the dragons got closer he realised it was real and he would have to defeat the dragon. The fight began.

As Bernard got into it he began to feel better, then he had one left. Unfortunately for him it was the greatest and most powerful dragon. It came shooting down, blasting fire at 90m per hour. Determination was the only thing he had left to defeat the dragon. Then the dragon was defeated .

A proud smile emerged on his face. He had defeated all the dragons, hopefully. Then Bernard realised, he would be the town hero he had defeated all the dragons. All he had to do was to find his father and take him home.

Bernard thought the only place to find his father was to find the dragons lair.

Eleanor – 5R St Francis CofE Primary School, Swindon

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Story

Suddenly Berned saw the feice dragon high in the air swooping is circles above him. Landing as quick as quick a flash ran inside to grab his sharp sword and the blazing gunn. All Berned did was started to fight think about his father and if he was still fighting in the army… Berned got knocked over  into the unillumnated forest.

There was his father lying still far away from  him. He ran.He sprinted .He nelt down next to his father an cried and said “please father the dragon is here he is hunting for me”

The father replied “son I’m here but can you help me up?”

“Of course” cried Berned

So Berned pulled his father up and got ready to fight, they were both exteremly scared but then whe finally got out of the forest the dragon had gone they were relieved . But then sawa were the dragon was it was above them.They then ran for there lives to try and hide but couldn’t the dragon found them. So any way they faught it and won the dragon crushed there home though so they strolled through the forest to fing some food, some large twigs and something to drink. They started to make there new hut an sat down to go to et there meal of the day and to sleep. The next morning;they set off to find some food.

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