Questions for Kaycee – last day at junior school
I started asking Kaycee and Ella some questions at the end of the school year in 2012. I love being able to look back at the changes
It doesn’t seem two minutes ago that I was asking Kaycee questions at the end of year 2 and writing about her being sad because she had to leave the infants school. Now I’m writing about how sad she is to be leaving junior school and I can’t believe she’s going to be in secondary school in September.
She has had an absolutely wonderful teacher for her final year in junior school.
I know Kaycee is going to be really emotional when she has to say her final goodbyes today.
She’s made a lovely cushion with her best friend, Emma, to give to Miss B. Last night she wanted to make something that was just from her.
She made a thank you card with a large B on the front and decorated the letter with buttons and gems. She also made a frame with the following inside:
I may not remember everything you have said but I will remember how special you made me feel.
She bought some Thornton’s chocolates for the office staff.
She gave a bottle of wine to one of the teachers she had in a different year and gave a bottle of salted caramel liqueur to the headteacher.
She’s going to miss this school but I think she’s going to love her new school and all the opportunities she’s going to get to there 🙂
|I am really good at||Writing stories|
|I like to||film videos|
|My favourite thing to learn at school:||PSHE|
|1 person who makes me laugh:||Dad|
|One word that describes me:||Loud|
|I am really happy when:||I’m with my friends|
|I am really sad when:||I have a fallout with my friends|
|My favourite book:||Harry Potter|
|My favourite TV show:||The next step|
|My favourite vacation:||Mablethorpe|
|I like school when:||we go on trips|
|I don’t like school when:||we do SATS|
|My favourite season:||Winter|
|My favourite toy:||Ducky|
|My worst nightmare:|
|Things that make me mad:||Ella|
|Favourite sport:||Capture the flag|
|I like my Dad because||he makes me laugh|
|I like my Mum because||she cooks nice stuff|
|I like my family because||they’re nice to me (most of the time!)|