This week is the final week, right? No, I know it isn’t, but try telling that to my aching bones, stressed out brain and the clock that seems to be running faster than Usain Bolt in a jet pack. Typically, term 4 is the worst one for us year 6 teachers with reports, transitions to high school, graduation ceremonies and lots, lots more. But this time it just feels like we’re running to stand still. Not to worry, though, it will all be okay in the end, it usually is, the stars align and the forces merge and we all come out the other side just fine. This week we find ourselves still (yes, still) knee deep in animation, up to the ears with decimal and fraction conversions, swimming against the tide of economics and sinking slowly beneath the waves of persuasive writing. Not to worry, though, we’ll just keep smiling and waving, we’ll keep calm and carry on, we’ll put our best feet forward and we’ll turn that frown upside down. I’m sure it will be fine – honestly! Here’s a few photo’s of our Book Week to brighten the day.