Driving a bus looks like it could be good fun, but can the children think about what it's really like to be a bus driver and write all about it on this writing prompt page?
School Day Diary Writing Prompts
NEW! These fun diary writing prompts encourage children to write about their own day, their own imagined day at their perfect school, and the days of the people around them - teacher, librarian, janitor, school lunch worker, bus driver etc.
Caretakers are usually very busy, and can end up doing all kinds of jobs around school! Can you pretend you're a caretaker and write about a typical day at work on the diary page?
We all think we know what a chef does every day, but is there more to this profession than just the cooking? The kids can find out a little more, then write about being a chef using our diary prompt.
Janitors play an important role at our schools and colleges, making sure everything is tidy and runs smoothly. Can the children imagine they are a janitor and write about their daily activities on this diary page?
There's much more to working in a library than just handing out books. Can the children find out more about the job of a librarian, and write about it here?
Imagine you are a school crossing patrol officer. What would your day involve, what times of day would you work and would you enjoy it? There's plenty of space to write about it here...
Imagine you are a school lunch worker. What would your job involve? Use this writing prompt to write about a typical day and all the activities you might need to do...
This diary writing prompt asks children to write an account of their day at school. Use it for first days, last days, special days or any day!
Our second diary writing prompt for school children asks the writer to imagine the perfect school day and then look back on it for his or her diary entry! I expect there could be some interesting entries!