We're back to school after a 3 day weekend and nearly every year 6 is worrying about the SATs that take place next week.
by Emma and Anya
We're back to school after a 3 day weekend and nearly every year 6 is worrying about the SATs that take place next week. We have been revising for SATs for the last 4 weeks and this is our last chance to brush up on our writing, reading and maths skills.
As well as the year 6 and year 2s, the year 3, 4 and 5 children are doing optional SATs to practice for the year 6 SATs that come in a couple of years for some of them. Even though the SATs are "optional," don't let it trick you. It doesn’t mean that they don't have to do it, we actually don't know why they are called that!
In school there are currently lots of clubs, all wanting as many members as possible. No matter what your hobbies are, there will be a club for you. For example: Ukulele Club; Cross Country Club; Film Club; Netball Club; Football Club and Gardening Club. All of the times for the clubs and Toy Story rehearsals are on the wall opposite the hall doors.
Toy Story is an up and coming showcase that will be shown at Carlton primary school this summer. Ellie from year 6 says she is very exited for to see the performance.
By Emma and Anya