Bradly Chalkers diary (the change)



Lets just get one thing straight…… my mum forced me to write this diary when I specifically told her that I wanted journal . But really, I only wanted it  to scribble in it because of the fact that I had nothing to scribble on and Mrs Ebbel kept spotting me scribble on my desk. The main reason is that, what if one of the girls see holding my diary.   Coleen, Miranda but worst of all Loud mouth Lori- she can tell the whole school!

Tuesday (Morning)

The first thing I hear every morning is things like ” you sleep like a pig” or ” stop snoring Bradly! ” . It’s kinda funny in a way because if you look at their faces you would think that there going mad or something.

Because I am Bradly Chalkers I MUST take a shower occasionally, I recon about once a month???. This is when it comes to “pretending” .( Its basically lying).


 Your probably asking why does Bradly lie to every one except his cute and cuddly toys that does not do ANYTHING. well good question the answer is obviously because I am the one and only Bradly Chalkers the bully. Until I met Carla…………

My Report On Bradley Chalkers

When I first saw Bradley Chalkers, I saw something in him that made me think he was troubled. When I was meeting him I wasn’t cross with him because I knew he could change, he just needed to  see me a couple more times. He was lonely and miserable because  of his life on the playground.

From what Bradley has been telling m, he is only a bully because he wants respect. His home life sounds quite hard for him because I think he feels embarrassed for the way he feels. I know he is keeping a big secret from me that I can help him with.

I helped him quite a lot by giving him my favourite book. He really likes the book; it made him become friends with Jeff again. I also helped him by talking to him about things he wants to talk about.  I think Bradley has changed a lot while seeing me.

I think he struggles to stay concentrated during class. Bradley just needs to create a bond with his teacher  Mrs Ebble.

He has jjust gotten used to having no friends and not doing his homework. When Jeff started school he wanted to be friend. Bradley was just surprised and now he has had Jeff as a friends and been to a birthday party, Bradley is a normal boy and has normal friends.

Into conclusion, I think Bradley Chalkers, he lights up my day every time I see him. I think Bradley has changed a lot and you should be  proud of him.

Carla  Davis

Carla’s Report on Bradley

Bradley Chalkers was the first child I talked to. I know he can change; it’s just he is afraid to. He didn’t know how to but I have shown him and is now what he always was on the inside.

His attitude towards school was the worst it could possibly be at first. He just needs to concentrate and he will have lots of gold stars. Now he is desperate for a star but doesn’t know how  to act for one. I vowed to myself I’d make him change and he has with my help.

I know Bradley wants to change but he thinks no-one will respect him if he does. Now he understands -I think- he won’t be worried any more. At first, he said he didn’t like me, but I am a professional and I knew he was lying- all the time! He wants friends, but doesn’t know how to get them. Bradley is misunderstood, which makes things even worse.

The worst thing happen now is that Bradley could go back to what he was at the start. As a counsellor, I hope he won’t and will be very successful in later life, which I am sure he will be. Otherwise, mine and Bradley’s work won’t have paid off.

Dear Parents, Bradley is now up to standard for behaviour at school. I’m sure he will be successful and will go up a grade next term, but will have to continue paying attention at school and completing his homework. I hope this will help your child and I hope he does well.

Carla Davies

There’s a boy in the girls’ bathroom poem

I’m Bradly C, a misunderstood lad,

I am an Island, I am sad

Last seat last row I sit alone,

The worst place the worst zone

Carla kind girl is so sweet,

I bless the day when we meet

Gold stars, Gold stars I must possess,

Which minute, Which hour can I guess?

I shall take take flight to success with Angel wings,

Where Angels and Saints, glory sings

But because of Jeff and his horrid group,

My dream of success will become poop

Surrounded by this group I’m shivering with fright,

I killed them with kindness and won the fight

My Poem About Bradley

I’m master Chalkers , a boy who doesn’t lose,

I’m the pro of bullies, of which I didn’t choose,

Carla is my role model ,who pulled me out of hell,

At first I didn’t like her so I told her she did smell,

Carla is a dove who fell out of the sky,

Life without her’s empty, I’d rather die.


School is just a waste of time for me,

I hate it, it’s somewhere I don’t want to be,

I hate the kids, I hate the staff especially the teachers,

Talking about me saying I’m all kind of creatures,

As Jeff’s gang swirls around me with a smurk,

Laughing like hyenas, they called me a fat jerk,

All of them,the bullies, called me coy,

But after all I’m only a little, lonely, fat boy.

Bradley’s Diary

Bradley’s Diary


Dear diary,

I went to see the guidance counselor today her name was Carla Davis.She was so pretty but I said she was ugly so I could keep my reputation.I bet Carla is broken hearted because I said that but I’m not going to say sorry.Carla gave me a piece of paper so I could draw on it so I drew the night sky

Bradley’s Diary

                                           BRADLEY’S DIARY



Today I went to see Carla, the new counselor. I liked it, but I didn’t let it show. I couldn’t let it show. People would just think I’m a wimp. Ronnie says it is alright to change your mind, though.

Jeff is so stupid. I mean, who would go into the girls bathroom? At least he went to Carla as well as me. I like Carla, she let me draw a picture. But, I know she is trying to trick me. I will never ever fall for adults tricks.

Bradley Chalkers’s Diary

In class we are reading a book called ‘There’s a Boy in the Girls Bathroom’ This is a entry that I have made as a character from the book.


Dear Diary,

Once more alone.The isolation of time leaving me in despair. The feeling of growing melancholy must be forced into the shadows. It must be inconspicuous; they cannot know.

School a never ending war. The classroom my battle ground where I am forced to fight day after day in a battle a can never win. But none can know. They live their nonchalant  lives oblivious to my pain.So I forged a passport into their fears under a false identity where I can hide from it. And though it hurts me it is where I must stay. I have to reject them before they can reject me ; kill or be killed.


But this was different this boy didn’t reject me. I have told myself not to care what they think my whole life. But today I strayed from that. I changed.


Questions for Bradley Chalkers

We have spent the first part of our new Literacy unit reading ‘There’s a Boy in the Girls’ Bathroom’ by Louis Sachar. So far we have met Bradley, Jeff, Mrs Ebbels and Carla, who are very different characters with lots to intrigue.

Today, we did a little hot-seating to find out more about Bradley. Here are some of the most interesting questions that you thought of.

If you want to answer any (as Bradley), then leave your real name and the question number you are answering. If you would like to write any other kind of blog post as Bradley or any other character then do feel free!

1. Why do you think Carla would trick you? (Sneha)

2. How would you feel if someone knew about your stuffed animals? (Dylan F)

3. How did you feel when your Mum went to meet Mrs Ebbel? (Emil)

4. After you met Carla, do you think she might help you? How? (Mollie S)

5. If you started school again what would you do differently? (Annabelle)

6. Why are you so aggressive at school and not at home? (Dylan P)

7. Do you want your own friends; if you do, why are you so mean? (Lucy S)

8. How do you feel when people treat you differently (like Mrs Ebbel)? (Francesca)