Mummies come back!

Mummies come back!
Mummies come back!

Written by Nada Agila, Laila Dhoble, Aksa Shahid

It was a Thursday afternoon when Y5SG from Byron Wood School had an assembly based on ancient Egypt. First they had a school play; the teacher was a young student named Muna Yusuf. She had 6 students learning the hieroglyphics. One was always having a vision from the future.

Next a news report produced by Nada Agila and Laila Dhoble. They were talking about pharaoh Tut and his strange family. There was Hammed Ahmed as king Tut and Samsul Kahar who played Zannanza and Yalda Alkabary who had the hardest job of playing 3 characters at the same time – she was a stepmother, sister and wife.

Then, believe it or not this is true, in ancient Egypt king Pepi (who was played by Ellis Greenwood) poured honey on his slaves to keep the annoying flies away.

This page was produced by Byron Wood School Young Writers Group.

Members of the editorial team were Laila Dhoble, Aksa Shahid, Sehrish Khan, Anam Hussain, Samier Garratt, Tamikka Reid, Nada Agila, Javien Allen, Safeena Shafiq.

The Young Writers Group was supported by Museums Sheffield and the Burngreave Messenger.

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