The end of Primary for Mr Pick

By | July 23, 2014

It’s your last day in primary school, Mr Pick, I hope you’re enjoying it.

You’ve taken a spare shirt in your bag in preparation for the one you’re wearing being written on and you’ve written your cards to your teachers, choosing a funny meerkat design.

You are so ready for the challenges of secondary school, you’ve been ready academically for a while and in just over six weeks, we’ll be waving you off (only if you want us to) as you head off on your school bus to secondary school.

Where have the last six years gone? You painted this self portrait in your first week in reception class and it’s remained where we stuck it with bluetack when you brought it home. I want it to always stay there.

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You went into reception class with the same enthusiasm you still have now, eager to learn, absorbing facts like a sponge, always wanting to find out more.

Writing your name has progressed to writing match reports and your statistics of football games, always writing. Always reading. Always thinking ahead.

The latter is what makes you so good at football, you anticipate and get into position, that and your powerful left foot, a fantastic team player.

You have stacks of medals and trophies in your room, we used to walk past a house with trophies along one window sill and you’d say to me “I want to have a window sill like that one day” and you have.

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You have a wonderful sense of humour too and sometimes giggle so much you get hiccups, which then make you giggle more. I love that we can all laugh together at Mrs Bucket, Harry Hill or The Goodies. I’m looking forward to watching Drop Dead Fred with you in the holidays.

Your school reports have always been fantastic and say that you’re a pleasure to teach, don’t ever lose that enthusiasm, that quest to learn, to find out more.

Hopefully by my writing this now means that I won’t get a bit embarrassingly “soppy” when I meet you at school later. Sunglasses will definitely be on.

We’ll go and have a frescato, you, me and Dad before we collect your sister. She’s miffed you finish earlier than her, you were secretly pleased about that, Mr Pick.

We’re so proud of you x

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18 Comments

Caroline on 23rd July 2014 at 3:45 pm.

Aww what a lovely post! Sounds like he is doing so well! Hope he gets on well at his next school! xx #ssamazingachievements

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Jeannette on 28th July 2014 at 8:35 am.

Thanks Caroline, he’s really looking forward to secondary school 🙂

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You Baby Me Mummy on 23rd July 2014 at 9:43 pm.

Lovely post, Well done little man! Every reason to be proud x

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Jeannette on 28th July 2014 at 8:36 am.

Thank you, I can’t believe how fast the primary years have flown by!

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Jane Roberts on 27th July 2014 at 4:52 pm.

This post made me cry, I blame the hormones lol. I hope he had a great last day, can’t wait to hear how his first day goes at big school #SSAmazingAchievements

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Jeannette on 28th July 2014 at 8:38 am.

Awww, sorry Jane, it did make me have a little sniff or two writing it too 🙂

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Mumof2.com on 28th July 2014 at 6:25 am.

Aww – lovely post and have a great Summer hold with him before he starts his new school x #magicmoments

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Jeannette on 28th July 2014 at 8:38 am.

Thanks, hope yours goes well too 🙂

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Redpeffer on 28th July 2014 at 7:32 am.

Oh, another milestone. What a lovely proud post and I hope you all enjoy the summer. I’d be wearing sunglasses too cone September, regardless of the weather 🙂

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Jeannette on 28th July 2014 at 8:39 am.

Thanks Ioona, Sunglasses are definitely a must for these milestone moments 🙂

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Coombe Mill (Fiona) on 28th July 2014 at 9:18 am.

Wow, what a milestone! Good luck at Secondary School Mr Pick and enjoy your summer full of excitment!

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Jeannette on 30th July 2014 at 8:13 am.

Thanks Fiona, it feels like the holidays are already going too fast but Mr Pick is definitely enjoying it 🙂

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Merlinda Little on 31st July 2014 at 7:09 pm.

So nice to hear this. I am sure secondary years will pass by in a blink of an eye as well! #magicmoments

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Jeannette on 4th August 2014 at 2:44 am.

Thanks, That’s a very scary thought that the next 6 years will pass just as fast, hopefully not but the school holidays are whizzing by 🙂

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Jaime Oliver on 4th August 2014 at 12:17 am.

www wow its such an emotional time … i am wishing him well on the next part of his school journey x

thanks for linking up with #MagicMoments (sorry i am late 🙁 )

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Jeannette on 4th August 2014 at 2:45 am.

Thanks lovely, the appeal process meant it was a challenge but with a good ending, yay! X

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Charly Dove on 4th August 2014 at 12:35 am.

What a wonderful post Jeannette, just beautiful. A huge milestone, thank you so much for sharing with #whatsthestory

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Jeannette on 4th August 2014 at 2:46 am.

Thanks Charly, he’s done so well in primary, so ready for the next challenges x

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