Goodbye, Year 6 and Good Luck!

As we find ourselves at the end of the school year, I am extremely proud of all of our pupils and our dedicated staff in school. This year has been another successful year for Stanley Crook Primary School which has included ongoing school development to provide our pupils with an outstanding level of education. Our successes at school are as a result of all stakeholders working together as a T.E.A.M. (Together Everyone Achieves More) in order to ensure that our pupils are provided with the very best educational provision and we will continue to seek and explore new and exciting learning opportunities as we move into the new academic year. I would also like to thank our committed Governing Body for the wonderful job they do in ensuring our school continues to thrive.

Today, we say goodbye to our Year 6 pupils. In school, we have all enjoyed an outstanding Leavers’ Assembly in which all pupils were able to come together to celebrate the remarkable achievements of the pupils in this year group. These occasions are often sad and emotional; however, they are primarily a time for joy and celebration as we reflect on the journey of our pupils while at primary school and to also look forward towards the journey that they are all about to embark upon as they move into their new secondary schools. For the assembly, we welcomed to school parents of pupils in Year 6 so that they could also share in our celebrations with their children and look forward to the next stages in their children’s lives. During the assembly, Year 6 shared their most memorable moments at Stanley Crook Primary School, handed ‘Thank you’ certificates to the staff and delivered an outstanding presentation which focused on their individual aspirations for future careers.

Our Year 6 group this year have been outstanding; not just in their academic achievements but in the progress they have demonstrated around our core values of respect, resilience, tolerance, understanding and responsibility. They are a credit to themselves, their families and our school and I would like to wish each of them every success in the future.

Thank you Year 6 and good luck!

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