In year 6, it is a bit challenging but once you get settled, it feels perfectly normal. You see, Sats is one of the things people worry about but there is no need to. SATs is like a small wall and you want to try and knock it down but you have to study and train for it before you demolish it. Just know inside your head whatever you get, you are perfectly fine with it.
DOs for Year 6:
- Do bring your reading book everyday
- Do make sure to leave Year 5 at the door before your first day
- Do have as much fun as you can
- Do smile and be happy about being in year 6
DON’T s for Year 6:
- Don’t all Miss Walker, ‘ miss’, she hates it
- Don’t wander round the classroom
- Don’t shout out
- Don’t open the door unless you’ve been asked to
- Don’t be sad
- Don’t bring negative feelings into the classroom
School Journey is a wonderful thing to.look forward to. We went to Bournemouth and stayed at the Carisbrooke Hotel. We went to the aquarium, Brownsea Island, Monkey World and Marwell Activity Centre and we had an amazing disco. We were in lovely bedrooms and we were served by polite waitresses so don’t be so scared of year 6. You also have a production at the end of the year. When you watch ours, you’ll know what you have in store.
Year 6 is a year full of responsibility and you’ll be the oldest in the school so you will act like it. Ourclass has got to be the best class in the whole school and I’m sure everyone will miss us. We are all a family and being in Year 6 brought us together a lot closer. I hope you can be just as well as us.
Written by Lorna