Silent Sunday 14.5.17

Author: Sarah Mummy

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  1. This is a nice thing for the school to do, although some of them seem a bit tenuous. I guess it shows the school is thinking about their mental wellbeing rather than just results? #MySundayPhoto

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    • Thanks very much. Definitely! They’ve put the hard work in beforehand, the week itself was just about staying calm, doing their best and maybe even enjoying it a bit!

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  2. Sweet – I could do with one of these myself for those moments of doubt!

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    • That’s a good point! I think we all could 🙂

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  3. What lovely idea, we’d like to recreate this at home and it would be fun collecting all the items x #MySundayPhoto

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    • It’s a really lovely idea, I was very touched by how thoughtful it was.

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    • It was from school – for SATs. I think it was a very thoughtful idea.

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  4. I’ve seen these sort of things before but not quite so academic based. They are lovely to give and to receive, so thoughtful.
    #mysundayphoto

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    • I thought it was very thoughtful too. The kids all seemed very happy to receive them 🙂

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    • Ha ha, I think we could all do with one from time to time!

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  5. What a nice idea! Perhaps more than one marble would work better though…!

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    • Ha ha, good point! Thanks 🙂

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  6. Hi Sarah, very clever! I agree with Sam, I’d need more than one marble that’s for sure! And the smartie wouldn’t last long either!

    xx

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    • No, I don’t think the Smarties lasted long for any of them. One of my daughter’s friends counted them out and worked out how many he could eat for each day of the SATs 🙂 x

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    • Thanks, it certainly is! The kids were all very pleased with them 🙂

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  7. Love this, it’s been a tough week for them, now my 7 year old has her year 2 sats this week

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    • Good luck to her! I think my daughter enjoyed SATs week. It’ll probably be boring to get back to normal.

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    • I think it’s a lovely idea. The kids were all happy with them 🙂

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    • Me too! I think it’s really thoughtful. x

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    • I think it definitely put a smile on a few faces 🙂

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  8. Aww! This is so lovely. It a fantastic way to give kids a boost of confidence x

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    • Thanks very much. It really is 🙂 x

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    • It was for SATs – from the teachers. It was so lovely 🙂 x

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  9. Good luck to your son – this is such a lovely idea

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    • Thanks very much! This was for my daughter’s SATs. Son’s GCSEs start tomorrow!

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    • It’s really nice, isn’t it? All the teachers’ work! 🙂

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  10. Aww this is lovely. What a nice thing to do. I hope they are going ok x

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    • It’s really nice, isn’t it? They’re all done now, they went very well I think. On to the GCSEs now! x

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  11. I love this, what a brilliant idea to encourage some positivity in the approach to the exam season. Hope all went well with your daughter’s SATs and wishing your son the best of luck for his GCSEs x

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