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Out of the mouths of children... I was sent some hilarious examples of writing that I thought I'd share with you.

On the war years: 'Children who lived in big cities had to be evaporated because it was safer in the country.'

'Sometimes they take prisners and keep them as ostriges until the war is over. Some prisners end up in consterpation camps.'

On religion: 'I asked my mum why we said old men at the end of prayers at skool, I don't know any old men apart from grandpa.'

Multiculturalism: 'A mosque is a sort of church. The main difference is that its roof is doomed.'

And finally, travel: 'The closet town to France is Dover. You can get to France on a train, or you can go on a fairy.'