Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Year 6 Leavers - Share Your Experiences Here...

How was YOUR FULL STOP DAY - the last ever day of primary school!

What things will you remember forever? What do you want to forget?

What will you miss? What do you look forward to?

What lessons did you really learn?

Share your thoughts with Year 6s around the world...

25 comments:

  1. cant beleive i wont be going back

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    1. Same its going to be the end of my world

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  2. will never 4get da good timz. Megan. 6G 4ever!!!!!

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  3. moortown primary rule sthe yr6 leavers was fab. No tears!!!

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  4. I hated my full stop day, we had the best teacher in the world, not only an awsome teacher but such a cool person.
    everyone always jokes about how good it will be when it ends, but when it does, everyone wants just another day.

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  6. What an insightful and honest message. I'm 40 and still remember my full stop day very clearly and fondly. Thanks for commenting.

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  7. We will definately not forget the last six hours of Primary School!! A great school and don't want to leave! We will miss everyone soooo much especially all of the teachers! Next year we will be Kindy's again in year 7!

    By: Mikayla Alanah & Kaylani

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  8. We will always remember the great teacher we had and the amazing last year of primary school. We will never forget the great place we went to everyday for school we enjoyed everyday every second.

    From Olivia and Jamie-lee

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  9. This poem is funny in ways and can also be touching.

    By Eromon, Thomas and Aidan

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  10. Hi,
    We loved the poem and we think it will relate to us at the end of the year as year six’s.
    We have a lot of fun at school and are not looking forward to leaving we love our teachers and friends and we think it will be an upsetting day when we have to leave them we were very upset when we read this poem because we realised that that will be us soon!!!!

    Love Jemma, Erin and Taylor.

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  12. Hi
    This poem reminded us that we are leaving primary school and going to high school.
    When we were reading this poem it made us feel like we were in our last 6 hours of school. We think this was a really special and thoughtful.
    From Sam, Kane and Riley.

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  13. Our primary school days are coming to an end what will we do?
    Moving on is going to be hard. All of us love our teacher we don’t want
    To go  homework is going to get harder!!!
    We really don’t want to leave primary school maybe everything will be different.
    We will all spread to different schools and places and may not see one another again.
    But we just have to think we had such a good time and now we have to move on.

    From Maeve, Laura and Georgie

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  15. This is an emotional poem, it made me feel like it was my last 6 hours right now, we are the leaders of our school, the big fish in the little pond, but now we are becoming the little fish in the big pond. I will remember every moment, friend, thought and every lesson as I leave primary school.

    By Ryan, Nelson, Micheal

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  16. Hey guys - thanks for all the great comments. Just make sure you enjoy and appreciate every single minute as it happens. And remember, the future is an incredibly exciting place too!

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  17. This poem was given to my son by his teacher yesterday. It was made into a ( large!!!!) bookmark. It had me in tears as my son read it out. His yr6 teacher has been amazing, and my son will miss him dreadfully. With his teachers help, my son achieved a level 6 in his Maths sats, something none of us will ever forget. Lou Armour of Crossflatts Primary school, you are amazing, and we are sorry that you too are leaving , the school doesn't know what it is doing, letting you go, their loss, is another schools gain, we love you lots xxxxxx

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  18. Amazing teachers are a very special breed. Glad you liked the poem and wish your son all the luck for his undoubtedly rosy future!

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  19. Hey mark how are you, your peomes&stories were grate!. I wish i could spend atleast 1more year in primary school,because you get to teach us art 1last time.From:Akhil Mohammed

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  20. Kiiiiila!!! I wish too but life moves on and you have a great future ahead of you. You are a cool student!

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  21. i want cry cry cry i dont want to leave this primary school is like my home my family im going to be so sad and online 2 weeks left :((

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  22. my last day was days a go but feels like it all h append 3 seconds ago your grown up but i can face it is that weird? i cant stand leaving leaving my friends my place being in school council leaving my child hood u wanna grow up so fast but sometimes u don't my leaving concert rocked! who would of thought it would be the last time we perform those songs! yesterday was my first day of high school it was amazing scary and miserable all i could think of none of my friends are here this WHOLE thing is new to me bigger harder work different people i fell like a baby saying that but u thunk your never gonna be like that your teachers just say it but its actually TRUE i am gonna miss primary soooooooooo... much this 7 yrs feels like 2 days every thing as flashed threw my eyes I WISH I COULD OF MADE THE MOST OF IT! but i guess theirs another journey for me to make wish me luck : )

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  23. HIGH SCHOOL SCARY

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