Year 6 Leavers

Secondary School Destinations - September 2018

Name of School

Number of Places

Alcester Academy

6

Alcester Grammar School

1

Chipping Campden School

4

Henley in Arden School

1

Warwick Boys

1

St Benedict's Catholic High School

1

Stratford upon Avon High School

1

Secondary School Destinations - September 2017

Name of School

Number of Places

Alcester Academy

3

Alcester Grammar

2

Chipping Campden

1

King Edward VI Grammar School (KES)

1

Kings High

1

Kingsley School

1

St. Benedicts

3

Stratford High School

3

Stratford Girls Grammar (Shottery)

1

Stroud

1

Secondary School Destinations - September 2016

Name of School

Number of Places

Alcester Academy

 2

Alcester Grammar

 2

Chipping Campden

 1 

King Edwards VI Grammar School (KES)

 1 

St. Benedicts Catholic High School

 2 

Stratford High

 2 

Stratford Grammar - Shottery

3

2018 Leavers Comments

“During my final Year, here at TG I have overcome many challenges and I am looking forward to starting Secondary School next year. My favourite sport is long–distance, and in my latest run I came 2nd. Also, I extremely enjoy speed-bounce; my most recent score in 20 seconds is: 48. My proudest moment has to be in the South Warwickshire Arden Area games which I came 3rd out of 12 in the Girls’ long distance run. Overall I have enjoyed my time at TG and will miss it here, but I am looking forward to next year.” Annabel

“My last year in Temple Grafton Primary School has been the best. It has been filled with excitement and I will miss my peers and teachers for this school holds many memories. Science is one of my favourite topics. My favourite was the Melting and Dissolving side of science because we had many practical experiments which was fun. I love history because I like to learn about different time periods e.g. the Victorians. My favourite topics were Spain and Mayans this year. I am looking forward to going into high school but I will miss this school a lot due to the fact I appreciate how this has school looked after me.” Archie

“My time in year TG has sadly come to an end. Being in year 6 has been really fun, but I have worked really hard and I think I have met a lot of my targets. In maths this year I have really got my head down and tried my hardest. At the start of the year I did not really like maths but now I would say it is one of my favourite subjects. My proudest moment was at PGL when I went to the top of the Giant Swing. Over all this year has definitely been my favourite. I will miss this school a lot.” Georgia

“This final year has been an exciting and inspiring one, and I’m looking forward to starting a new year at Alcester Grammar School. English, throughout the year, has varied, and my vocabulary has expanded considerably (as you may tell in this writing). Even my spelling has improved, and so has my grammar. At PGL, I conquered my fear of heights on The Giant Swing and on the Abseiling tower.” Emily

“I don’t think I will ever look back at my years at TG and regret anything that I did. This school opened up so many opportunities for me and helped me build up my confidence in readiness for my future years. I especially enjoyed art this year as we did Picasso style art and I could experiment with lots of different shapes and I didn’t need to worry if it didn’t look right because it is meant to be abstract art! My time at TG ended exactly as I wanted it to: being happy at TG and at the same time ready to leave and not ready to leave.” Georgina

“For me, this year has been a successful academic year, and I have enjoyed it thoroughly. Learning historic moments from the past is one of my favourite things to do in school. I have especially enjoyed this year because we have linked History up with one of this year’s class books’, Treason. I think this year, and the rest of my time at Temple Grafton has been fun, great and marvellous. I am sad to be going, but my time at this school has helped me get confident for high school.” Harrie H

“From this year I feel that I have fulfilled and formed many goals such as: the goal I set to improve my reading stamina and quiz rate which I feel I have more than sufficiently completed by finishing all the Harry Potter books and quizzing them in a matter of one term. My proudest moment is when I went on the zip wire at PGL and it felt like I was taking the biggest step of my life.” Rowan

“My 7 years here at primary are nearly up. They’ve flown by! Although I’m happy and excited to go to my new school (Chipping Camden). Maths is definitely my favourite subject now because Mrs Gray has somehow made it my favourite…but not when it comes to fractions! Still my favourite sport out of 7 years is football and I’m continuing exceeding more goals in football matches. I love the sport options here at TG and I’m going to be so sad to leave. Overall my 7 years here have been amazing it’s the best school with the best teachers and the best of friends. I’m extremely happy my parents chose this school for me. I’m going to miss everyone here.” Amelia

“Stepping up to year six was a challenge but I have succeeded massively in all the subjects, especially maths. Sport is my favourite subject because I am the indoor athletics captain and I like football, netball and athletics. My final year at TG was enjoyable and full of fun but my best memory was PGL. I am excited to go to Chipping Camden but I will miss TG.” Poppy

“This is one crazy adventure. The life being a year six is more difficult with being trusted with a Buddy and Jobs around the school. It was not hard for me though because I’m trustworthy. Music is one of my favourite subjects EVER. I think I have improved a lot since I first started because my friends have said that I am a great singer (thanks for Mrs. Staples help). Drama is my FAVOURITE subject because I love acting.” Sophie

“Moving to my final year at school was a big step up in my learning but with the help of my friends and teachers it was also an easy one. In art we have created bookmarks, Egg-boxes, Spanish abstract art and festive cards. As my favourite subject I think I’ve excelled. My proudest moment this year was when I came first in my year at Arden Area for the long jump.” Mia

“This, my last year at TG, has been like no other and I have enjoyed a fun and exciting time here. Through the range of genres we’ve been practising in English I have been able to improve my grammar skills – a target I had set for myself at the close of Year 5. As part of our studies around the book, A Boy in the Girls’ Bathroom, I particularly enjoyed creating a journal in which I wrote in role as Bradley, the main character. I also enjoyed the poetry I composed based on the Tale of Georgie Grubb: my poem was about a boy called David Tealing who had a bad habit of stealing! This was a fun, non-serious piece of writing. Overall, my time at TG has been amazing and I have learnt lots, made many friends and have been taught by the best teachers. It makes me sad to think that I am leaving this fantastic school because it is the place where everyone can be happy and everyone is special in some way. I am really looking forward to moving up to High School, but this will be my biggest step yet.” Emma

“My first year in Class 4 was a big step up for me but as I knew that it would be my last year, as I’m leaving to Spain, I’ve made it my best. My sport has been amazing this year. I have represented TG in Sports Hall Athletics, Football, Cricket and Athletics. The best moment was when I was picked for Arden Area in Vortex howler and threw 22.6 metres, into the wind. Overall I have had a good year but am sad to be leaving and will miss everybody here at TG.” Harry B

“My last year as been absolutely amazing and I have set myself challenges and cracked them straight away. In maths I’ve progressed massively. I have been working on my multiplying decimals as I always struggle on them most. For my home learning I have been doing a variety of different experiments like my latest one I made a prawn and chorizo frittata (egg based Spanish dish). Overall I think this year has been awesome and I can’t wait for Alcester Academy but I still am going to be sad when I leave this amazing school.” Toby

“This year has been packed with learning and sent to my brain. I have learnt many different things including BODMAS, verb forms, modal verbs, equations and have consolidated my strengths in spelling. My proudest moment was when I scored a hat trick and assisted Stefan all in the same game during lunchtime play.” Frankie