Tuesday, 06 March 2018 03:22

King Tut by P3C

As part of their computing lesson last week, P3C performed their imitation text about Tutankhamun. They used the green screen that we have at school and the app Green Screen by DoInk. Well done to Miss Vivienne and well done P3C!


Tut In Monstrous Murder Mystery!

Yesterday, in the small town of Ankhetatan, the young Pharaoh Tutankhamen (King Tut) was found bludgeoned to death in his royal bed.

Tut, who was only 18, had been racing chariots earlier in the day with his closest friends. After a serious fall from his chariot, which caused a deep gash in his left leg, Tut had to retire to his chambers. He was never to be seen alive again.

In the early hours of this morning, servants slid silently into Tut's luxurious sleeping quarters to ensure the king was comfortable. Horrified by the sight of their blood-soaked sovereign lying lifeless on the bed, they quickly raised the alarm.

Commander Aye- Tut's evil, manipulative and selfish deputy - was immediately called. However, mysteriously he was not in his room. It is a well known fact that Aye was extremely jealous of King Tut and was greedy for power. Could this be motive enough for murder?

Eventually, Aye was found, washing robes in the Nile. He ordered a search of the royal palace and spacious grounds. Needless to say, not a single piece of evidence was found.

Commander Aye spoke to our reporters with suspect tears in his eyes. He wailed, "What a loss this will be to our kingdom - such a sad day."

The servant, who found Tut's body, said, "I've never seen so much claret-red blood in my life!"

It is believed that Tut's murder will cause great unrest in the country, after a period of peace. Who could have killed this young king?