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Read what our year six say about their time at Manea Community Primary School.

KS1

At the beginning of  year R I was very  nervous about meeting friends so I was sitting near the teacher for a lot, but I did like it when Mrs Stevens read books to us like the Magic Key.

Then in a couple of years we had Mrs Tate she was with us until year three and it was fun then as well.

KS2

Then I went up to year three then I knew there was no fun and games. It was still fun som times though.

Big year    

Then it finally came to year six the year to get ready for Cromwell making all the things like the passports and uniform.

 

So that was my journey to year six next up is Cromwell Community School.

Year six school life

I may have only come to Manea Primary in year six but I have lots of memories what I am about to write. It may have taken a few days to make some friends but I think that year six has been the best year ever!

 

Work and fun

I liked some work and disliked some but I tried to find the good in all work, I was a bit bad at maths but Mrs Stone helped me to get to a level like the others. Fun, break time was my favourite time I always got to play with my classmates:It and Chantelle, they were fun. I also got to like P.E, we played Dodge ball or Rounders [the whole class liked Rounder’s most].

 

S.A.T.S

I was first terrified, S.A.T.S! But in the end it was the best week ever. They were even a bit easier than Mrs Stone’s tests! Miss Froggatt and Miss Smith thought that we did a great job, so on Thursday and Friday we had fun. We all spent Friday building dens and nearly all the opposite teams were going to us for more wood.

 

The school play

I loved the school play we performed Mary Poppins and I was Jane, the girl. We really enjoyed it and all the parents came to see us and in the end the year six’s and the year R’s sang “Let It Go”.

 

Friends

I made lots of friends including a girl sitting next to me who talks a lot! When I wasn’t playing with my friends I was playing with my brothers. I played hockey with year one and two and I loved playing skipping. I made a lot of friends.

 

Now I’ve written about my school year I wish it would never end and I hope my secondary years will be just as fun as this, year six year.

 

MY FOUR YEARS AT MANEA PRIMMERY SCHOOL.

 

This bit of writing will tell you some of the things that have happened to me the past four years.

 

YEAR THREE

In a couple of days I had already made few friends. It wasn’t   easy because there are so many to choose but I soon made some friends.

 

YEAR FOUR

 

I had just got used to my teacher in year three then I had to change class. I was a little bit nervous but excited at the same time because I was going to meet a new teacher.

 

YEAR FIVE

The work in year five was a little bit hard but I soon got used to it. I was scared because it would be one of my last years at Manea Community Primary School.

 

YEAR SIX

I was nervous because of all the SATs and it was my last year in year six. But after I had been in the class for a little while all of those worries were gone.

 

So now you know what it was like for me in Manea Community Primary School.  I have enjoyed my time at this school.

Manea Community Primary School

 

I’m going to take you through my school memories.

 

The beginning

 

I joined in year two right at the end, so every thing was just calm apart from one thing I joined at the end of them learning a play!

 

Year 3

 

I finally hit KS2, and I realized fun and games were scarce, but I was happy because I gained Miss Smith, the best teacher ever, things were just right.

 

Year 6

 

I have just completed SAT’s. I have worked my hardest this year.  I am proud that I have achieved my goals.  Thank you to everyone.

 

Life Through Primary
 

Although I have only been in Manea Community Primary School for five and a half years, all those years have been an emotional rollercoaster.  However, I have enjoyed every minute!

Half A Year In KS1

I didn’t start in reception, year one or half way through year two because I was at a different school. The first thing I was asked to do was hard for me but it was easy for the rest of the rest of the class. It was hard for me because the task was to write about our holidays. This was a major dilemma! My old school hadn’t had a holiday yet, so I didn’t have a holiday. I couldn’t write anything. Mrs Tate understood almost immediately .That was very lucky!

Marvellous KS2

Moving up to KS2 was a big step. In year three we had Miss Smith, Mrs Cole and Miss Kent. We had three year four students in our class for the whole year. I had a great year.

On jump up day, I found myself thinking about my new year four teacher, Miss Eaton. The first embarrassing question, I asked, “How old are you?” but she replied, “What do you think?” and walked off.

Half way through the year we had a trip to Cambridge. But the week before I had broken my finger so I had to walk around Cambridge with a plastic bag over my cast because it was tipping it down with rain!

When I came to the end of the year I had received a depressing letter saying that Miss Eaton will be leaving the school. Everyone was upset.

Year five was with Miss Booden and Miss Parker-Freeman; we were all excited for the last residential at the end of the year. The residential was much better than the one before. We had a lot more activities. Those three years had flown by!

Exceptional Year Six

Year Six was with Miss Smith again. We were all worried for SAT’s but we practised and pulled through. When I went through the proper papers they were easier than expected. We still haven’t got our results!  I have really enjoyed my time in Year Six.

These are some of my special memories. I’m looking forward to Cromwell but I will certainly miss Manea.

Magical Memories:

 

In the past seven years, I have: made new friends; pushed my work to the limits and have planned my dream life for the future. I am so excited about going to Cromwell, although I’ll miss this school…

 

The Criminal:

Reception was going great, until one day! Everyone was playing games and having lots of fun and then Mrs Stevens yelled. It was extraordinary. What was going on? The whole room went silent and we all stood there looking appalled. “Someone in this room has drawn on the carpet in whiteboard pen. No-one leaves until the criminal confesses.” She then interrogated us, individually of course. She knew that it wasn’t me or my enemy, so we got to leave the classroom to go to break. “Leave me alone!” I shouted boldly. She then responded, very sarcastically. Our amazing teacher figured out who the culprit was, before we killed each other. It was a very dramatic scene…

 

The Nativity:

In Elm class, we got to perform the nativity at the church. Because it was our classes turn, we got to create it from our perspectives. It was a huge step from Pine class, but our kind-hearted teacher made it so much easier. We completed our task and she was very pleased with us. I got the part I really wanted too. The angel. It was so much fun. Personally, I think we did well.

 

Who Will You Be?

Today, Mrs Tate asked us who we wanted to be when we were older. Guess what I said ,“A mermaid!” All my friends said I was being stupid. I needed to be a fairy princess. I got really mad and shouted, “NO. YOU GUYS CAN BE THE FAIRY PRINCESSES. I’M BEING A MERMAID!!!!!!!!”…

Becoming Friends with My Beautiful Bestie.

In year three, my considerate bestie invited me to her birthday party. I was so excited! I got there and gave her a huge hug. We then had a tea party and one of the guests tried to take her pram with her baby inside. She reacted with – “That’s my baby. I made it, not you!” She was so angry, she stormed to her room. Then she came out of her room and apologised. She knew it was warm water in the cups, not tea too. Then she attacked her brother, to get her anger out. She then popped her balloons and screamed at them to leave her house. She told her brother it was the worst birthday party ever. After that, we played hide and seek. Sooner or later it was time to leave. That is how I found my best friend…

 

Saddest Day Ever:

Miss Eaton was leaving. The day before that, I almost cried. The next day, I woke up with a huge fever and felt really dizzy and ill. It was so disappointing because I really wanted to see her on her last day. Even though I was ill, I made her something – a canvas with crayons hot clued on, to spell the letter T, because her name was Tonna Eaton. I was so upset…

 

 

My Last Year:

This year has been so much fun, but stressful. S.A.T.s were easier than expected and actually pretty fun. Cromwell is going to be great.

 

So in conclusion, my seven years in school were outstanding. Thank you to Miss Smith, Miss Stone and every other teacher who helped me.       

Manea Memories

Throughout the time that I have been here, I have made friends and have been extremely happy here. Hop aboard the emotional rollercoaster of my life.

 

A fresh start

 

I vividly remember walking into that classroom all nervous, I look at everyone and realise we are all in the same boat.  We start socializing immediately and we clicked, it felt I was meeting an old friend again.  I was no longer nervous because I had everyone at my side.  Mrs Stevens and Mrs Attrill were the best companions and still are to this day.  In Year 1 my all-time favourite lesson was art with Mr Lenton because we made beach houses out of cereal boxes.  In Year 3 we had Miss Smith and we were mixed with other year groups.

 

Coping with someone leaving

In Year 4, it was the best year ever because we had Miss Eaton and she was so kind and understanding.  She fully embodied the character of a gladiator because of our topic.  The end of the year came around and we got the letter, we all read it.  We were all in shock to see who was leaving, it said Miss Eaton. That day I just cried but life isn’t always great.

 

That time of year

Year 6 was nearby and we were all worried about SATs but with practice and a push we got through it.  We got free breakfast in the staff room! Actually, the SATs were actually not that difficult! Throughout that week I knew where I needed to be. I have had a great year and I am ready roe my next adventure.

These are some of my memories here at Manea Community Primary School.   I have many more but I showed these today.

 

The start and End of a Magical Memory

(2010-2017)

 

 

Throughout the years of Manea School, I have gained memories to share with the next generation and to share with you!

 

The start of an adventure!

 

During reception, when we were adorable and small, I already had friends but I managed to make new ones.  I made a great friend and we always played together!  In reception we read and watched the magic key! That’s what sparked my imagination and creativity!

 

New years

 

In year 1, I realized that it wasn’t just playing around and having fun but I had my friends to help me through the year. In year to 2, one of my best friends left the school and I was devastated.

 

KS2

 

When I entered KS2 I found out it wasn’t fun and games anymore. There were harder things and trickier questions. We had the best teacher ever in year 3 (Miss Smith) to help us learn!  During year 4, we had a teacher called Miss Eaton and she helped us through a lot! When she left at the end of the year, she was missed by everyone.

 

Ending Years

 

In year 5 I was worried because I was nearing S.A.T.S. Mrs. Stone

helped by doing lunch time groups. Miss. Booden helped and joked around a lot and she was a great teacher! The wonderful year of year six was great! I was nervous at first for my S.A.T.S but when I did it, it was absolutely fine! Now I am here writing this to tell you about how great Manea School was and still is!

 

My time at Manea School has been a rollercoaster of emotions and soon I’m entering a new school which means I’m getting on an ever bigger rollercoaster!

The Perfect Primary Life (2010-2017)

 

Have I almost finished primary school… already? Buckle up because if I were you I would read on to join MY roller coaster ride of emotions through primary school. Let’s begin…

 

Reception Rules

 

It was my big day I was going to become a big girl because I was going to big school!!!  Although, I reacted to things rather differently back then. Like when I thought the hand dryer was a dragon or if I had fallen out with my friends I would hide under my coat peg! Once I got soap in my eye and I thought that it was eating me. I loved it in Reception! 

 

Work time in year one and two

 

What a big jump! Year one already??? Unfortunately it wasn’t all playing. But still it was really fun learning things like learning my two times table. The play corner was always a new adventure. Soon we were in year two: SATs. Surprisingly I found it fun. Once I was so interested on a comprehension lesson I asked for a book of it! That was funny.

 

Key Stage two …is here???

 

We all started key stage two in year three. New start. New beginning. New fun. This is where I discovered my strong love in reading. I also liked to make up imaginary friends from books. Then on to year four we did a lot of maths and I got rather good at it. In year Five I started to learn French. Bonjour.

 

Study time with year six

 

Here we. These seven years have gone fast. Now for the year of pushing is what I thought; actually it was very fun. When we were doing SATs I had breakfast in school with my friends. Were all excited for secondary school.

Well there we have it. My life in Primary school. I can’t wait for the future. Wish me luck.

 

My year at Manea school

The things you remember can be forgotten but at the same time can be vivid in your mind so it feels like it happened yesterday. When you cherish that moment it can never go away. Always remember important moments because they never happen again.

Year 6

When I joined year 6 everyone was new to me. I have started to play with them and talk to them as well. From when I joined year 6 lot of things have changed for me.

Sats

On the way to the big week of SATs. These were really hard for me because at my other school we didn’t get the right teaching so when I started had no clue what everyone was  talking about.

Friends

At the start of school I had no friends and I used to stand in a corner of the playground and watch the boys playing long distance catch across the playground. One day the ball came flying over towards me and everyone couldn’t catch it but I was in the direct line of the ball so I reached out and caught the ball. From that day forward I became their best player at that particular game.

Manea School

I have really enjoyed my time here.

MY TIME AT MANEA SCHOOL

Manea -School has been a pleasure, and I have enjoyed every step of the way. Manea -School has been a great experience and I will want to come back during my time being at CromweLL.

 MY FIRST YEAR           

  I joined in year one and that’s where I began. It was extraordinary how we got to play for some of the day. Our teacher was Miss Tate and she was amazing, she taught us a lot

Year two was amazing because they had MissTate again.

                 A NEW ROOT

I was in year three and there was no more playing I had to WORK. I was in KS2 and we had a lot of fun experiments in Science because we had so eggs with different ingredients. Just to let you know, it smelt a lot more than me not taking a shower for a week!

2 YEARS AWAY

 There were a new teacher in year 4 named Miss Eaton she was fun and taught us loads through the year we had been there with her. That year we went on a school trip to Cambridge and it rained all the time!

YEAR FIVE

 Year five was amazing we had Miss Booden and we were getting ready for Year 6; we did lots of maths and reading and read lots of books. That year we went to the Bewilderwood.

 THE BIG YEAR

 Year six was hard because of SATs but I still made it! We had Miss Smith as a teacher.  We learnt alot from her and we are getting ready for much more fun.

 

 Manea School is amazing, and if I could come back… I would!

 

Manea Memories

 

At Manea Community Primary School it has been the best seven years of my life.  I have gained so many memories.  I am soon leaving to Cromwell so I want to share some of my best memories.

 

Reception

 

In reception I was so happy.  No work just playing games all the time, or so it seemed!  My teacher in reception was caller Miss Stevens.   She was so nice and loving.   It was like a dream come true.   No school work until …

 

 

Year one

 

In year one it was so much harder than Reception we needed to do work .I was hoping this day would never come. My teacher’s name was Mrs Tate but sadly she left this school at the end of year my year two.

 

 

Year two

 

It started to get harder.  I was no good at spelling at all and even now I find it tricky. I was really happy that I got Mrs Tate again.

 

Year three

In year three I was getting better at my spelling. I had so many friends now and we all played together.  We had a new teacher and she was called Miss Smith.

Year five

Jumping to year five I loved spending time with my friends even though we always got into arguments! We will always be best friends .

Year Six

 

We had Miss Smith again, and I have worked very hard this year. Thank you to Miss Smith and Mrs Stone.  

These are all of my memories…  I will never forget my time here.

 

My time at Manea Community Primary School has been amazing.  So let’s have a look at some wonderful memories.

 

Year R

 

I have enjoyed working with Mrs Stevens and Mrs Attrill they have both been brilliant at supporting me when I was stuck or needed help. Mrs Attrill gave me a book in 2011 and I still have the book.

 

Years 1&2

 

In these two years we had Mrs Tate. She used to teach us phonics and play games with us. She had a lot of passion to share with us.

 

Year 3 

 

When I was in year 3, I knew I was working towards year six. So I had to work harder in my maths and literacy. And I had to bring my own snack to school it was harder preparation at home!

 

Year 4

 

In year 4 we had a new teacher called Miss Eaton she was really calmed and relaxed !

 

Year 5 

In year 5 we had Miss Booden, at first I was worried but on our first day, she was really nice to us and we were doing a project on WWII and we used plastic soldiers and paper to send them shooting from the sky

Year 6

 

Now I am finally here in Year 6 and I have worked really hard this year. My adventures are over and I am ready to explore Cromwell.

I must thank all the teachers and who have supported my through primary learning and a big thank you to Mrs Stone who helped me with booster sessions at lunch time.

 

My Manea Memories

 

I have been at Manea School since the beginning. Manea School has helped me to achieve and to succeed with my education. The teachers have seen me when I was up and down. Everyone here has been amazing, and being at this school has been a great experience to share.

 

The Beginning:

 

My first teacher was Mrs Stevens. She was great with understanding me, even when I used to wet myself everyday, because I didn’t like the design of the cubicles! So she let me and two other girls to put flowers on the cubicle doors, that was how I stopped wetting myself and found my first friends .

 

Having The Same Teacher:

 

In year two, I had the same teacher that I had in year one, Mrs Tate. I also had Mr Lenton, but he taught art and D.T. I remember that I made a jacket potatoes pirate ship with Mr Lenton.

 

Key Stage Two:

 

Key Stage Two  was harder than I thought because it wasn’t just playing games , like in Key Stage One. It made me  learn much more than I thought I could , that was because my teacher was Miss Smith.

 

The Best Teacher Ever!!!

 

It was year four, and I had my favourite teacher ever, Miss Eaton. Miss Eaton was firm but: funny; generous; kind and delightful.

 

S.A.T.S Year:

 

This year, my teacher was Miss Smith, she helped me and my class conquer S.A.T.S. SA.T.S. were hard, and I can’t wait to see the results. I made new friends, and this year has bean the most achievable year possible.

 

This school has been amazing, from start to finish. It is going to be sad leaving this school, but Manea School has got me prepared for the rest of my life and I will never forget this school.

 

My Manea Memories

 

I have been at Manea School since the beginning. Manea School has helped me to achieve and to succeed with my education. The teachers have seen me when I was up and down. Everyone here has been amazing, and being at this school has been a great experience to share.

 

The Beginning:

 

My first teacher was Mrs Stevens. She was great with understanding me, even when I used to wet myself everyday, because I didn’t like the design of the cubicles! So she let me and two other girls to put flowers on the cubicle doors, that was how I stopped wetting myself and found my first friends .

 

Having The Same Teacher:

 

In year two, I had the same teacher that I had in year one, Mrs Tate. I also had Mr Lenton, but he taught art and D.T. I remember that I made a jacket potatoes pirate ship with Mr Lenton.

 

Key Stage Two:

 

Key Stage Two  was harder than I thought because it wasn’t just playing games , like in Key Stage One. It made me  learn much more than I thought I could , that was because my teacher was Miss Smith.

 

The Best Teacher Ever!!!

 

It was year four, and I had my favourite teacher ever, Miss Eaton. Miss Eaton was firm but: funny; generous; kind and delightful.

 

S.A.T.S Year:

 

This year, my teacher was Miss Smith, she helped me and my class conquer S.A.T.S. SA.T.S. were hard, and I can’t wait to see the results. I made new friends, and this year has bean the most achievable year possible.

 

This school has been amazing, from start to finish. It is going to be sad leaving this school, but Manea School has got me prepared for the rest of my life and I will never forget this school.

Pleasant Primary School

 

The first thing that I remember is when I graduated to reception class.  I still have that wonderful teddy!  I can recall receiving my certificate and feeling the pride that my mum felt.  It’s as if it happened earlier today!

 

Freedom

 

When I reached reception I had a day were my mum came in. We had a special thing called “free time” where you chose the activity you want to do. My favourite activity was the computers as they were fun to play and learn on.

 

Reaching KS2

 

Moving up to year three (with Miss Smith) was a nerve-racking experience for us all.  We were also excited though.  However, we soon realised it was not that scary at all.

 

Marvellous, Excellent, Miss Eaton

 

The fourth year soon rolled by and we had the new teacher – Miss Eaton.  She was the one of the BEST TEACHERS EVER! By far my favourite.  Like in Matilda, she was my Miss Honey. She was kind, thoughtful.  However, when year five came, she left – I feel like the luckiest person in the world to have had her as a teacher!

 

Brilliant Bewilderwood

 

Bewilderwood was an amazing trip I went on in year five.  It was all about mythical creatures and fairies. It is definitely a memory I will remake someday!

 

Hysterical

 

During my time in year five I was included in a hysterical moment. Another classmate had written a lot of pages on the computer and then Miss Booden clicked the delete button whilst it was highlighted and deleted it ALL! It had taken the classmate over an hour to complete!

 

 

Superb SATS

 

Year six. SATS year. I was a tiny bit nervous but mostly excited as it will finally be over soon. I was over-joyed with the results and now have no worries at all!

 

I cannot wait until Cromwell and all of these wonderful memories will help me along the way.  I have had the most wonderful time at Primary and will never forget these moments.

 

Manea school memories!

 

When I started in this school, I was scared. But when I got to know the school I was not scared any more. When I got to Year R I got a few friends. I started in pre-school and Miss Smith joined in January 2013.It has been amazing in this school.

 

Pre – school

I started in pre – school when went outside to play there was a fence around. We had lots of things to play with and to do, it was really fun there.            

Year R

We had Mrs Stevens and the TA is Mrs Attrill. They were the best but when I started in Year R I was scared, but they both helped me not to be scared. Pine class have an outside area with lots of things to do.

 

Year 1

In Year 1 we had Miss Tate or maybe Mr Lenton and Miss Cole or Mrs Elliott for our TA’s in Year R.

 

Year 2                 

In Year 2 we had Miss Tate. The TA’s were Miss Cole and Mrs Elliott for interventions.

Year 3

When we were in Year 3 Miss Smith was our teacher and we started to go swimming every Tuesday for six weeks. But we were the last one to go because Year 6 goes first.

Year 4/5

 In Year 4 we had Miss Eaton for our teacher, she was the best and our TA was Mrs Elliott. In Year 5 we had Miss Booden for our teacher and for our TA’s we had Miss Lacey and Miss Parker-Freeman. I enjoyed going to the woods and building dens.

Year 6

For our teacher we have Miss Smith and our TA’s are Mrs Stone and Miss Lacey. They are the best! The good news is that I didn’t have to take part in the SATs and I went down to Pine class. It is fun down there! They get to play all day! Miss Smith lets us do mindfulness colouring for a bit of downtime. Miss Lacey works with me to do money, reading and clock work. I am really going to miss all my teachers and friends!

Manea school memories

 

Throughout my time at Manea School, I have made many memories – here they are.

Preschool

I don’t remember much from preschool other than peering over the fence at the other children in primary school and wishing that I could join them.

Year R

Finally the big day came. I was going to primary school! After a year of waiting I was suddenly really nervous and I didn’t want to go. Once I got there Mrs Stevens took good care of me and it was actually really fun!

Year 1 and 2

I don’t remember any events that took place in year 1 or 2, however, I do remember that we interacted with the rest of the school more and we weren’t allowed to play as much.

Year 3

 In year 3 I realized that school wasn’t all fun and games. Year three was a big step up for me everything was at different times and we weren’t allowed to play at all! Luckily I had Miss Smith who made it very enjoyable.

Year 4

In year 4 I started to get used to KS2. We had Mrs Eaton. Unfortunately, she left. Towards the end of the school year I asked her what I could do to make her stay at Manea School. She told me that if I made a huge model of the school out of cheese (her favourite food) she’d stay. That night I went home and made her a huge model of the school out of cheese. She still left!

Year 5

Year 5 was very difficult. We had to prepare for year 6. In year 5 I really improved on my maths as well.

 

 

Year 6

Now I’m in year 6. SAT’s and English exams are over. I’ve had a great time, I have worked hard and I’m ready for Cromwell.

Manea School has become a second home to me and I’ll be sad, and exited, to leave.  

 

 

Manea school memories

 

Throughout my time at Manea School, I have made many memories – here they are.

Preschool

I don’t remember much from preschool other than peering over the fence at the other children in primary school and wishing that I could join them.

Year R

Finally the big day came. I was going to primary school! After a year of waiting I was suddenly really nervous and I didn’t want to go. Once I got there Mrs Stevens took good care of me and it was actually really fun!

Year 1 and 2

I don’t remember any events that took place in year 1 or 2, however, I do remember that we interacted with the rest of the school more and we weren’t allowed to play as much.

Year 3

 In year 3 I realized that school wasn’t all fun and games. Year three was a big step up for me everything was at different times and we weren’t allowed to play at all! Luckily I had Miss Smith who made it very enjoyable.

Year 4

In year 4 I started to get used to KS2. We had Mrs Eaton. Unfortunately, she left. Towards the end of the school year I asked her what I could do to make her stay at Manea School. She told me that if I made a huge model of the school out of cheese (her favourite food) she’d stay. That night I went home and made her a huge model of the school out of cheese. She still left!

Year 5

Year 5 was very difficult. We had to prepare for year 6. In year 5 I really improved on my maths as well.

 

 

Year 6

Now I’m in year 6. SAT’s and English exams are over. I’ve had a great time, I have worked hard and I’m ready for Cromwell.

Manea School has become a second home to me and I’ll be sad, and exited, to leave.  

My Journey Through

 Primary School

 

I’ve had lots of memories at school. But one thing is for sure, they all make me, me!

 

Fabulous First Year

 

Back when we started school no child cared too much about who their friends were. After the first day I had made five friends. Four of them are still my friends even now. I always had a good taste for new things and even my best friend’s hands!

 

Year 1

 

Year one was a great and peaceful year. We had the lovely Mrs Tate. As the year passed by I had only one major memory. We had Miss Biggs teaching us. It was DT. I was using the scissors and the person sitting next to me noticed that I had cut my thumb of. I was rushed to hospital with Mrs Stevens and Mrs Cross.

 

Year 3 and Year 4

Year three was an odd year as it was the first in KS2. We had Miss Smith. In year four we had Miss Eaton and it was the first time I actually became confident in maths.

 

Year 5

 

Not much happened in year five except our residential to Kingswood. It was amazing.

 

Year 6

 

We worked through year six enjoying our trip to Condover Hall. Easter school went very well and I was pleased with it. I can’t wait to go to Cromwell.

 

After seven years at this school it is finally time to leave the nest.

 

Going Back!

Though the years I have experienced different skills in life. All the 8 years I’ve been at Manea Community Primary School it has been a never ending emotional rolocoaster. Here are some of the memorable memories I would like to share…

Right at the beginning…

In the beginning of pre-school for my first day I did nothing but cry, I didn’t want to leave my mum but as I didn’t know what was expected. But as I stepped foot through the door I made a group of friends. Once I had moved up a year to enter year R(reception)it was amazing I got to experience The Magic Key, which was a series of mysteries and adventures.

Exceptional KS1

In year one it was very different, as you had a limited amount of time. It was better once I got used to it. But as it went through the months I slowly realized every year isn’t the same. Making it up to year 2 was okay as we got the same teacher in year one. She was a great teacher that was awesome and kind!!

  Friendships in year 3

In year 3 the teacher we had for two years unfortunately left(Miss Tate)which was extremely sad. However, we had Miss Smith as our teacher and these people as our TA’s: Miss Cole and (sometimes in the afternoons) Mrs Eshelby Edwards.

Fabulous Miss Eaton!!!!

In year 4 we got a new teacher and everyone was excited her name was Miss Eaton. Every time we would ask her for help or to do something she would do it all right away, she was so nice. It was only 2byears until year 6 and then it got a little bit nerve racking.

Magnificent Miss Booden

Year 5 was a big step for me as it was 1 year below year 6. Anyway we were challenged more and it was harder but only so we were ready for year 6. However, Miss Eaton had left and everyone criedL.

Sat’s Year!!!

It was year 6 the biggest year I wanted to do my best we had Miss Smith again but with Miss Stone. It came to sats week, to be honest it was quite hard we still haven’t got results but I’m confident so its fineJ.

 

My Life at school

 

When I go to school, I am a different person.  I don’t remember much but I will share what I remember!

 

Ducklings and Robins

 

In Ducklings, I met loads of strange things… people. They were very nice, but strange.  I asked them questions.  I made friends with everyone! Yet, I was still curious.  My teacher, Mrs Cole, Helped me through the year into Robins, Where I had Miss Cole.  Everyday, My Teacher looked smaller, I was growing.  We read loads of fascinating books! I loved reading, but the year ended quickly….

 

Finches, Ash and Fir

 

Finches were my last year in that school.  I loved every bit of that school.  Everyone loved, knew and was my friends.  I still remember everyone.  When the year ended, I held onto the stage and didn’t let go, until people pulled me off.  I never wanted to make anyone cry.  I still want them to remember me.  When I came here I was in Ash.  It was scary.  I didn’t know where anything was.  I wanted to go home! I warmed up to everyone and everything eventually. In Fir, I was MATURE!  But, Miss Taylor told me in Oak and Cromwell I will NEED to read!  It was a big influence on me.  Now, I love reading!

Memory’s from Manea

 

After seven years of this school I have finally learned what it is like to be a big fish in a little pond. Even though I’m moving on, my memories are coming with me.

My Delicious…..Hand

I had just arrived in Pine class. I was very confused someone told me we couldn’t hit people! I  went on an adventure to find something else -  I had found blue-tac!

Drama Discovery

In year three I discovered I have a passion for drama I even got the main part of an ugly-step-sister along with another classmate in the class play.

Not Again!

Year four went fast but it felt like year five went forever I thought it was just going to be a normal year but it wasn’t. This was second time I had experienced getting bitten but it was on my nose this time!

Swimming

All of KS2 we have been swimming I was trying to reach to achieve 250m and I got 265m congratulations to me!

Year six

Now work, work, oh and work and don’t forget SATS!  It was a good year!

My memories will stay with me forever even when the memories are me being the main-course.

Amazing Manea School

 

My time at Manea has been exciting but it has had some sad times in it.  Jump on the emotion bus and go on a journey through my life at school, starting at Pine class.

 

Why?

 

Jumping from pre- school to Pine is a huge leap for me when I was little. I could not stay for a whole day so I had to go home. The saddest part of my life was when I got sent out. I was with my friends in the play area and we were fighting. I tried my hardest for rest of the year.

 

 

Hard work

 

 

Year one wasn’t all fun and games any more because we had to do work and then play I loved busy learning as we got to learn and have fun. Miss Tate was our teacher and she was really nice.

 

 

Year Two

 

 

I remember in year two when Mr Lenton was our teacher and we made a pirate ship out of food. I didn’t get sent out! Miss Tate was my teacher again. It was harder than I thought.

 

 

 

 

A BIG STEP

 

Year three. No more busy learning. We tried as hard as we could. I had a teacher I had never seen before. It was Miss Smith. I enjoyed this year even though it was very hard. I especially enjoyed the red shiny book. After it was finished she revealed the title.

 

 

 

 

 

Ash

 

A new teacher came to Manea and we had her. In that class I developed my times table. I new all of them up to 14.

 

 

 Fantastic Fir

 

In year 5 we had a teacher that was very good at maths. It was Miss Booden. She helped me do my maths as quick as her. I also went on a residential. I went to Kingswood.

 

 

Last Year

 

I went on to year 6 and tried my hardest as it was my S.A.T.S year. But before this I went on a residential. I loved this as I went with Oak Class friends and year 5 friends.

 

 

WHOA! THAT WAS AN AMAZING JOURNEY!!!

Now you know the key points in my school life.

 

 

Amazing Manea School

 

My time at Manea has been exciting but it has had some sad times in it.  Jump on the emotion bus and go on a journey through my life at school, starting at Pine class.

 

Why?

 

Jumping from pre- school to Pine is a huge leap for me when I was little. I could not stay for a whole day so I had to go home. The saddest part of my life was when I got sent out. I was with my friends in the play area and we were fighting. I tried my hardest for rest of the year.

 

 

Hard work

 

 

Year one wasn’t all fun and games any more because we had to do work and then play I loved busy learning as we got to learn and have fun. Miss Tate was our teacher and she was really nice.

 

 

Year Two

 

 

I remember in year two when Mr Lenton was our teacher and we made a pirate ship out of food. I didn’t get sent out! Miss Tate was my teacher again. It was harder than I thought.

 

 

 

 

A BIG STEP

 

Year three. No more busy learning. We tried as hard as we could. I had a teacher I had never seen before. It was Miss Smith. I enjoyed this year even though it was very hard. I especially enjoyed the red shiny book. After it was finished she revealed the title.

 

 

 

 

 

Ash

 

A new teacher came to Manea and we had her. In that class I developed my times table. I new all of them up to 14.

 

 

 Fantastic Fir

 

In year 5 we had a teacher that was very good at maths. It was Miss Booden. She helped me do my maths as quick as her. I also went on a residential. I went to Kingswood.

 

 

Last Year

 

I went on to year 6 and tried my hardest as it was my S.A.T.S year. But before this I went on a residential. I loved this as I went with Oak Class friends and year 5 friends.

 

 

WHOA! THAT WAS AN AMAZING JOURNEY!!!

Now you know the key points in my school life.

My Manea Memories

 

Manea School has made me go through happy and amazing times but some tough and maybe some sad times. I’ve got a lot of memories and I’m going to share some of them.

 

Perfect Pine

 

My first year in Manea Community Primary School. I was in Pine class with the outstanding Mrs Stevens and the wonderful Mrs Attrill. Then, I made some excellent friends and we still are friends now!

 

 

Excellent Elm and Brilliant

Beech

Mrs Tate and Miss Cole were our teachers. In our second year we were still busy learning but we were learning even more.  Mr Lenton, taught us design and technology (the best male teacher) and he would cook with us. Year one went really quickly and year two came and we had the same teachers. We had tests that year so it didn’t go that quickly. Mrs Tate left that year!!

 

Amazing Ash

This year, I was confused because we were in Key Stage Two.  We had Miss Smith for the first time. My favourite memory was swimming because I though I was drowning but I was actually floating. We had the wonderful Miss Eaton and Mrs Elliott I tried to do a magic trick it went horribly wrong.

 

Fabulous fir

It was fun in Fir class and we had the maths princess Miss Booden and the wonderful TA’s Miss Lacey and Miss Parker-Freeman. I can even remember beating Miss Booden at maths game!

Last year six

This year has been amazing. SATs have gone now, but we have all worked very hard.  Miss Smith, she is the best teacher you could ever have!! Mrs Stone, the best maths teacher ever!! My favourite memory is the residential. Miss Frogett helped a lot with our work.

 

My time in Manea Community Primary School has been incredible. I’ve loved every second of it but I’ll miss this school so much! I will come and visit in the future but first I need to focus on Cromwell. My favourite memory getting all exited to Mrs Stevens for a prank it was so funny. Seven years, I was a little child but now I’m a lot bigger now! I will have to actually leave Manea Community Primary School but to all the teachers that have helped me with all my work thank you so much.

 

New School, New Life…

 

When I joined Manea School, I started off in Ash Class or Year 4.  I am now in Oak Class and about to be staring a new life at Cromwell.

 

Starting Off

 

On my first day, I met loads of new people including Miss Eaton (who was my new teacher) and Mrs Elliot as well as lots of new friends I am close with and know very well now.  We went to Cambridge for our school trip.  The year three’s joined us. We went to the science museum and saw the world’s LARGEST spider.  That was the year Miss Eaton left Manea Primary.

 

Yippee, Year 5

 

During this school year, I had completed my first full year at Manea.  Wahoo!  Also I met a new teacher. Miss Booden. She was a great teacher and helped me a lot. We had our first residential with the year 6’s at Kingswood and for all of us it was a long way from home.

 

Scary SATs Year 6

 

This year I have met new friends and survived SATs.  This for me is unbelievable.  I am very happy and can’t wait to find out the results.  I have really enjoyed this year’s residential to Condover Hall. For this year our teacher was the marvellous Miss Smith and the shoe lover Miss Stone – who have helped us throughout this year.

 

I will really miss this school but I can’t wait to get to Cromwell!!

 


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