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Meet Carl Robinson, he is a 13-year-old student at St. Mark's School in North London.

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Meet Carl Robinson, he is a 13-year-old student at St. Mark's School in North London. He is an only child who lives with his mother and father in a small house near to the school. Carl is a clever student and is seen with a great deal of potential. He is also a popular boy and liked by teachers and many other students. Carl is a very handsome young man as well. He is a tall young man with dark tanned skin and short black hair. Carl also has a 100% attendance record as he enjoys school and likes seeing his friends every day. It is a Wednesday afternoon and Carl is at home doing his homework in the living room when his father Alan walks in, in rather a good mood, it appears he has news. Carl is very anxious to hear what his father has to say so he rushes towards him and says, " Why are you in such a good mood dad?" His dad replied by saying, " Is your mother in as I have some news which will affect the three of us" " Yes father, she is in the kitchen, I'll go and get her" replied Carl. ...read more.


" You'll make new friends and besides we'll be in a nicer area so what do you say are we moving." " Yes mum, but how soon is the move." " I don't know, lets go downstairs and discuss the details with your father over a nice pot of tea." Carl now knew that there is nothing he can do so he might as well just get on with it. So Carl went downstairs and had that cup of tea and found out that the move would be in two weeks time. Two weeks is just enough time for Carl to say goodbye to his friends but he still wasn't happy. The two weeks soon passed by and it was now time to leave. It was a long journey but when the Robinson's reached their destination they were too tired to look around. So they just unloaded everything into the house and they all went to sleep. It was a long morning putting everything just where they wanted it but the decoration could take weeks. Three days later it was Carl's first day at school, and he wasn't looking forward to it. He knew it wasn't going to be easy but he was going to try really hard to make the right impression. ...read more.


Michael and John didn't waste anytime they picked out a couple of CD's and were straight out of the door not looking backwards. Carl and Tim spotted this so they decided to hurry their theft so they could quickly make it outside. Carl and Tim quickly slipped a CD each under their jackets and walked towards the exit. As they were walking though, they weren't looking where they were going and on their way out Tim crashed into a security guard and Carl crashed into Tim. Suddenly the CD's dropped straight from their jackets to the floor. Michael and John spotted what had happened so they decided to run home whilst Carl and Tim stood there frightened of what would happen to them. Within an hour Carl and Tim were sitting down the local police station with their parents who happened to be furious. Carl and Tim happened to be lucky with the outcome though; they were let of with a caution. Although their names would be on police records for five years they knew they would never steal anything again. That was a first experience they'd rather forget. Carl and Tim were in a lot of trouble with their parents but they were still able to hang around together and they became the best of friends. And as for the two that ran away, Carl and Tim never spoke to them again. ...read more.

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