(The day I was elected)
I was up all last night and I didn’t even sleep a wink,I was sat up on my bed listening to the general elections on my TV,I was wondering if any-one was to take my place as priminister.somehow I just knew that I wasn’t going to be elected.Iib Dem was ovbiously going to win it, but somehow it turned out to be me.I really hate being priminister.well it was just up until all the children came complaining that I band all the after school clubs I didn’t think it was good for there education and it was not my idea after all it was my wife’s.
An interesting diary to read Frankie.
dear dairy the day i was elected was great but i wanted other people to be elected like labour it was really great i cant belive i got elected i love the felling when all those peple voted for me most of the time they just vote fot vor my good looks and name i do thanks to the people that voted for me im going to tell you a story of my child hood one day i was walking in the park and i saw a lot of dogs they were all barking it was fun to play with then and they were around a boy who just had a fit they were trying to save him i called the police hes was ok and the dogs were ok but they didnt have a home so i helped them get they homes back that why i want to help you all thats my story give
peace te the dogs and give peace to the boy i hope you all be like that
and like me with your help we can save and help people all
around the world
A good idea, referring back to childhood. We’ll done.
My dairy. I will change things for ever and make the world a better place so people in country’s were there is only dirty water that will all change if you vote for me and people who do not have food will never be hungry again. Also I will make sure people who have diseases will be cured as quickly as possible and families who don’t have any where to live or stay will have a home. Please vote for me and I promise they will be looked after and not suffer including all nature. Thank you for you time.
By Cameron shaw
This is good. Did you realise that you have typed a statement/pledge rather than a diary though?
Luke Braithwaite – 100 Word Blog 7th May 2015
The day I was elected was a very happy day and a surprise since I did not expect the Conservative Party to win so easily. I went back to Number 10 Downing Street and celebrated with my family but I was also very tired since I had been up all night waiting and watching the results. I went to visit the Queen to tell her the good news and let her know about the new Government that I was going to make and lead as Prime Minister again. Having been re-elected it also meant that I could continue to live at Number 10 Downing Street and I did not have to worry about packing up all my things and moving house.
An enjoyable read. We’ll done.
Today was the general election I wasn’t that confident because I wasn’t Shure my fans would vote for me once again so I decided to hope for the best. I entered the large room and stood were the conservative should be. I hoped and hoped for the best.
When the general election was done I found out that I had won.I was very happy. My supporters in the audience gave a huge round of applause. I gave a small speech to thank everyone .I started to realise how tired I was feeling as I had not been to bed and it was 11am.
A good and realistic diary. We’ll done.
The day I was elected I became prime minister. I left number 10 and went to see the Queen in Buckingham palace in London. I told her what my policies would be:
1. A better future
2. A class pet
3. Toy’s in school
4. More activities
6. More school trips
And these are the things I wouldn’t want in the future:
2. Class room clowns
I will then be having an election to pick one child from every class and we will meet every week to discuss ideas for the school.
I like this pledge. We’ll done.
The day I was elected, It felt so weird and unusual. I felt like I was a very unique star. Standing up on that big stage, in front of all of those people. My heart was pounding, and then suddenly I he my name… I WAS PRIMINISTER!! My life changed in 10 seconds.
I would be all over the Newspapers/ Magazines ,TV, Radio/ News,
EVERYWHERE!! Labour, Libdems, UKIP and Green are all out of my path.
I like how you added emotion to the text.
On 6th May 2015 my Class Teacher Miss Fearn, taught us a bit about the General Election. After that, we were in different Parties such as the Green Party which I was in. We had to make statements and pledges to persuade the class to vote for us. When we finished performing, we were called by one of the assistants or by the teacher to vote in a small cubicle like the actual General Election. The meaning of an Election is to find the appropriate person to rule this country. We had lots of fun learning that day.
A good recount Jacintha.
The Day I Was Elected
Thursday 7Th May 2015
Today I won the General Election. I got 329 seats. That meant I got a place in parliament. I said to the country what I was going to do. This is what I was going to do for Education:
∙ Help schools be a lot safer and healthy.
∙Make sure appointments are not in school time.
∙Make sure the children get a fair amount of food.
I thought I was being fair as well by saying:
“I won’t take money away from jobs and will spend money on our own country.”
A brilliant pledge.
When I was elected, I felt thankful that people voted for me. I am so glad that I still have this job. It is so exciting that I can change this country. My party and I are extremely proud of winning and proud to represent our wonderful country. It makes me happy that I can make this country a better place, that I can help and change people’s lives. I am very grateful that people think I’m the best person for the job but I am worried that I can’t do my best and also nervous that I might fail at making this country a better place.
I can imagine that David Cameron might feel like this. We’ll done.
G stands for Grace
Last night I didn’t sleep a wink, I was up listening to the election, wondering who was going to take my place. Somehow I knew I wasn’t going to be elected. Lib Dem was surly going to win. But it turned out to be me. I don’t actually like being Prime Minister. Well, it was all up until the children came complaining to me about me shutting down the libraries when I thought it wasn’t right for their education. It wasn’t my idea anyway, it was my wife’s. Then all my other members agreed to do it too.
An interesting view.
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