Thoughts on Year 6!

Year 6 is a hard year to come in to after a long summer break.  However, it is also good to know that it is your last year in Primary School and your life is moving so quickly it’s unbelievable.  The Year 6 teachers are very supportive of the us but it must be difficult to teach 30 kids in a class! There’s good times and there’s bad times then there’s VERY bad times (like 1 minute of flexi-time, OH NO!).

We’d like to stay at Cromer Road but good times have to end.  We interviewed Year 6 pupils and here’s what they had to say:

Noor, Nathan, Liam and Ryan all  say that they like year 6!  Rahool says that he likes Miss Zanre.  Natasha and Jenifer say that they think you have a lot of responsibility in Year 6 whilst Samien said that there are a lot of hard tests!  Sara agrees that there is a lot of responsibility but thinks that we are setting good examples to others!  Bobby says that he likes Year 6 so far and that the teachers are very funny.  Amelie agrees, saying that there are fun games.

So, we have found out that most people are enjoying Year 6 so far.  Let’s see what they think at the end of the year…

Ben & Ella

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4 Responses to Thoughts on Year 6!

  1. Rana says:

    I really agree on all the pupils in year 6 on their comments and certainly there is a lot of hard work !

  2. Katya says:

    Year 6 is so much fun! Miss Zanre and Mr. Brecknell are the best! But as most people set there is a lot of pressure. I really enjoy all the stuff that’s involved. Also, Flexi Time can end as 0 mins! Luckily, though, for the past couple of weeks we’ve watched Skellig (the movie), 3 Bill Nye the Science Guy’s – watch him he’s epic – and we’re currently half way through Hugo. Still, we’ve had so many tests! It will all be worth in the end.

    • Rana says:

      Yeah I’ll agree that the past few weeks we are getting a decent amount of flexi time ! The tests sometimes can be a lot to take in but as Katya said it will be worth it at the end!

  3. Aisha says:

    Oh no 1 minuet of flexi-time

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