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St Thomas More's Catholic Primary School and Nursery

Ensuring Success. Providing Opportunity. Fostering Stewardship.

Open Morning for prospective parents (Reception children September 2022): Wednesday 13th October 2021, 9:30 - 11:30am. No need to book; just turn up!

Y6 Bonus week 11th May - Silly SATs

Hello  Year Six....


So this weekend we would of been telling you to relax and have lots of fun and rest ready to smash SATs next week. 


I can honestly say from the bottom of my heart that we are so proud of all of you and how hard you had worked... the last Mocks showed how ready you all were and the last weeks that you have been home schooling would of just added to your confidence and belief in yourselves!


We wanted to mark next week by giving you our own versions of SATs- Silly fun SATs and become the teachers.


We are incredible proud of you all and I know some of you will be disappointed as you worked so hard for this upcoming week! We know how great you all are and so do your families so just stay you!!!


This poem  is for each and everyone of you.....


Just remember – a poem for Year 6


Just remember your times tables, we said, you need to know them all,

Breakfast is a must for you to grow big, strong and tall,

Adjective, adverbs, and use the correct tense, you’ll need it when you write,

As each and every one of you tried with all your might,

And learn those spellings too, we groaned, each and every rule,

They won’t treat you like this, we moaned, or be as understanding at high school,

“Where’s your homework again?” we screamed. “You won’t get away with this!”

“You’ve given us too much already and now I’m stressed out, Miss!”

“We’ve made mistakes and learned so much and ready to try our best,

But Miss, it’s unfair, we’ve worked or socks off, and now they’ve cancelled our test!”


Just remember my little ones, you’ve made us very proud,

But forget the learning, your personalities will stand out from the crowd,

Just remember you never gave up when it seemed so far from the start,

You learned as much as you possibly could and really did play your part,

Just remember what you’ve achieved and who you’ve become now,

Stand in front of your family, proud, and tell them to clap as you bow,

Just remember my Year 6s, what matters is you’re safe and well,

And one day, this insane story, you’ll be able to share and tell,

And one last thing, we do miss you, but sure we’ll see you before school’s end,

Just remember: look after each other, love, and be kind to all family and each and every friend.


Mrs Takacs and Mrs Weston