Year 6

Persuasive writing

In Literacy we have been focusing on writing persuasively to sell products and houses, writing pitches to persuade people to give us money and writing brochures toΒ persuade people to go on holiday.

Year 6 Challenge.

In 100 words (only 100 words) write as persuasively as possible to persuade Miss Bray and me not to give you any homework after SATs.

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20 Responses to Year 6

  1. I Khan2 says:

    GOOD LUCK TO EVERYONE ELSE WHO ARE DOING THEIR SATS. ALL THE BEST!

  2. U Ahmed says:

    I believe that nobody from year 6 should get homework because of several reasons :
    * first of all, after our SAT’s we should have no more lessons or homework because all our learning and revising goes to our SAT’s which will soon go;
    * another is that throughout our own time we have been revising a lot;
    * finally after SAT’s we will only have a few weeks left till we have to leave Copthorne because our time has come so it will be extremely great to have tonnes of fun before we go ( to keep good memories)!!!;) B) πŸ˜‰

  3. I Islam says:

    After SAT’s we should not be given homework because we have had a lot of homework before the holidays and some people already revise at home. Also SAT’s makes some people feel depressed and they are revising really hard to get good results and good levels.Inayah Islam:)

  4. Z Hussain1 says:

    In my opinion I think that we should be given home work after SATS because we might lack knowledge after and if we just play and have no more lessons there is no point of us coming to school we can do all that at home .

  5. M Usaama says:

    After SATs year 6 need no homework. (That’s what I think). All year they have been revising well some of them have and now they NEED A BREAK!!! Homework is just to much and very exhausted. Some of it is too hard.

  6. M Wahid says:

    After SATs I don’t want homework because I would be really tired if I did more work.

  7. Z Alwan says:

    If we get homework after SATs I will be happy!

  8. A Shazard says:

    I can’t wait until SATS are over because they are so depressing .I wish we didn’t have SATS in the first place.

  9. D Hussain says:

    After SATs we should not be given homework, as we have done a lot of work beforehand. Before SATs we attended booster classes, and at home we have been doing homework and revision. Also after SATs we will only have a few weeks left until we leave Copthorne, so it will be nice to have some fun.
    By Dina Hussain πŸ™‚

    • H Nelson says:

      Good point, but your brain needs to keep working after SATs so that you are prepared for High school, so you I need to make sure you keep working at home πŸ™‚

      • K Mahmood says:

        We shouldn’t be given homework after sats because we have had a lot of homework already and we will be so stressed and we need a break , what if you don’t give us homework but you write a letter home saying “we are not giving homework so we would like you to sit down for 1 hour or 30 minutes to revise or practice for HIGH SCHOOL.”
        khadeeja

  10. R Druskins says:

    I cant wait until SATS are over because we are going to have lots of activities and it is going to be REALLY REALLY fun.

  11. Z Alwan says:

    WHEN I GO TO SECONDARY SCHOOL I WILL MISS YOU πŸ™ πŸ™

  12. S Akhtar says:

    I know the sats are going to be really hard and I am so scared.

  13. H Memi says:

    I hope I get a level 5 on all my subjects ,I also hope that all my hard work and efforts don’t go down the drain.

  14. F Malik says:

    :(:(:(

    • Mrs Shepherd says:

      Smile, Farah! Everything is going to be fine. Drop in to see me at break on Monday and we can sort out your worries.

  15. F Malik says:

    FRUSTRATING!

  16. F Malik says:

    URGH!!!!

    SO STRESSED OUT WITH SATs COMING UP!!!!

    IT’S SO FRUSTRATING!

    CAN’T WAIT TILL SATS ARE OVER! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

    • Mrs Shepherd says:

      Hello Farah. Please stay calm and don’t worry. You know that you have worked hard and that, if you keep practising and remember all the things your teachers have taught you, you will do well. I know you can do it Farah.

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