THE hardworking Year 6 pupils at St John Vianney RC Primary School, in King Oswy Drive, are all set for their SATs exams.
Daisy Mulcahy, 11, said: “I’m quite nervous but at the same time I just want to get them out of the way.
“We have done some practice exams and I’m getting better every time, I think English is my strongest subject.”
Joshua Jones, 10, said: “I’m feeling confident and quite excited.
“I think the exams are a chance to show off all of the hard work we have done in preparation an everything we have learnt.
“Maths is my strongest subject so I’m hoping to do well in that.”
Katie Laybourn, 11, said: “I am feeling quite confident for the SATs because we have done so much work in class and I have been doing some revision at home as well.
“I have been getting better and learning more as we get closer so that’s good.”
Jonathan Caden, 11, said: “I feel fine about the SATs, I don’t really get nervous for things like that.
“Hopefully we will all do well and get the grades we want. It has been hard work in the build up.”
Megan Edwards, 10, said: “I will feel a little bit nervous when they get really close but I’m just excited to have them out of the way.
“Once I’ve finished them I will be pleased, I will have tried my hardest and I can’t do anymore than that.
“We have worked hard in preparation for them so hopefully I’ll be ready.”
Lewis Boffy, 11, said: “I’m confident but a little bit nervous at the same time.
“If I don’t get the marks I am aiming for then I will be gutted but I will do my very best.”