School’s out for summer!
will be finishing for summer this afternoon and we were just wondering what you
all had planned. We'd love to hear about the plans you have, but also those all important tips on how you keep your children busy for six weeks!
My high school never really did much on the last week of term. It normally involved a day trip to a theme park, sports day and rewards assemblies. It was always a really nice way to end the school year, even if it did include not so fond memories of sports day! My little sister is finishing Year 9 which means she will start her GCSE's when she goes back in September, I think she's just happy to not have to study History or French anymore!
What are your plans for the summer holidays? Let us know in the comments below!
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