Mr. Majeika’s trip to the Isle of Wight

You have also written what the headmaster said to Pete sadly. That’s a good way to show some emotion and sympathy in your story. You can also add some punctuation and quotation marks to make it easier to read. For example, you can write:

The ones who hadn’t gone to the Isle of Wight, “I know you must be feeling a bit left out, but don’t worry. You will have your own special activities today. We have arranged for a visit from a local author, who will read some of his stories and answer your questions. We also have a surprise for you after lunch. I won’t tell you what it is, but I’m sure you will enjoy it.” She smiled and clapped her hands. “Now, let’s all stand up and sing the school song.” “No, thanks,” said Pete to Mrs Stone. Mrs Stone got mad with Pete. She said to him, “How dare you be so rude and disrespectful? You will sing the school song with the rest of the class, or you will face the consequences. Do you understand me?” Too late. Pete ran away from the school and headed to St James’s School down the road. He hoped that they would let him join them for the day. He knocked on the door and was greeted by the headmaster, who had no name. He said to Pete kindly, “Hello, young man. What can I do for you?” Pete told him about Mrs Stone, but he didn’t know her name. He only said that she was mean and angry. The headmaster said to Pete sadly, “I’m sorry to hear that. You must have had a hard time at your school. Why don’t you come in and have a cup of tea with me? Maybe we can talk about it and find a solution. could to ring mr potter the chief headmaster sir Pete said to him he said smiling to Pete now