After a long time waiting, results day is upon us. On Tuesday, we're all going to be faced will a difficult situation or two - how do you inform an 11 year old that they're not up to the mark? Last year I had many tears from children in my class, I'm hoping that's not the case this year. I'm very confident that many of the children have achieved what they were supposed to achieve but I'm fearful for one or two. The same one or two children are panicking everyday and worrying. I've told them their results aren't a big deal, but they see it otherwise. I tend to wait until the afternoon to tell them and then we head outside and do something active to take their minds off them. How do you fellow year 6 teachers approach results day? What do you do?