Don’t forget to stay busy.
Also, the mighty 3-1 SATS Maths Organiser
As you know the SATs are approaching. Here are ten top tips for success:
1) Get a good night sleep! (In bed by 8:30.) When you get a good rest your brain is sharper and ready to learn.
2) Eat a healthy/balanced breakfast. Oatmeal, wheatabix and wholemeal toast all release energy slowly keeping you energized until lunch.
3) Drink plenty of water. Try to drink at least eight cups a day. Be careful not to drink them all at once – it’s better to sip constantly throughout the day.
4) Try to cut out fizzy drinks and junk food until after the SATs. These foods do not contain nutritional value and although they have sugar for energy, it’s not the right sugar to keep you going all day.
5) Limit TV, computer and Playstation. These can numb your mind and distract you from your goals.
6) STUDY! Try to study in short bursts. Don’t overload yourself. Study for 15 minutes at a time, take a short break (not TV or Playstation), and then come back to your work again.
7) The night before the SAT – don’t study too much. Simply, read your notes and try to relax.
8) Ask questions! As you study, record questions that you come across that you are unsure of. Make a note of these to ask a teacher or classmate.
9) Exercise. Be sure to try and get 15-20 minutes of exercise every day. This could be a game a football with friends or taking the dog for a walk. Fresh air is good for your body and your brain!
10) MOST IMPORTANTLY OF ALL – RELAX, BE CONFIDENT AND BELIEVE IN YOURSELF! YOU ARE ALL STARS!
Newsround is covering the Champions League Semi Final and we want to get the excitement from fans in and around the matches – we want to see and hear young Liverpool fans watching and reacting to the two upcoming legs taking place on Tuesday 24th April and Wed 2nd May.
We’d love to hear from kids aged 8 – 13. A mix of girls and boys would be lovely if possible.
During the match we’d like parents to film their child/children (either at the match or watching at home) reacting to goals, misses, ref decisions etc.
After the match we’d like the kids to give us their match summary – speaking directly into the camera to give their opinions about the match and answer the below:
- How does it feel to have made it one step closer to the final?
- How does it feel to be playing against Rome?
- Who scored the best goal?
- What was your favourite moment?
- Who was your man of the match?
Keeping it short and snappy.
We would like the same again for the second leg. However, if there are any kids going to Rome to watch the match on the 2nd May, then we’d love them to send us a video diary of them at the match etc. We would ask parents to get in touch with us to discuss this in more detail.
Please click below to access a Parent’s Guide to the upcoming examinations.
Today 6W were visited by ducks. We all enjoyed it and they were really cute. Some of the ducks were feisty, their little legs ran as fast as they can as they tried to escape.
Today in 6W we were cooking. As part of our Slavery topic, we prepared some traditional African food, tasty Mango Chicken.
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A great big well done to everyone who came Ice Skating on Monday 4th December.
10 children from each of 6M and 6W were selected to go Ice Skating as reward for their dedication to Reading Plus.
Click the Twitter link below to read our tweet from the Pier Head.
— All Saints Primary (@AllSaintsL4) December 4, 2017
Here our are quick reviews of Street Child.
We are doing a Big Write on Friday.
Here is our Colomendy magazine.
The magazine is a collection of work from children in 6M and 6W.
We hope you enjoy it.