Hiya - my ds looked at me on Monday and said that he had had enough of test papers, so I put them away and we haven't done any since. We are still picking at bits of English and grammar, and I still have one or two English papers for him to do, but I think we will work through them together rather than doing under test conditions. Also I think he will be doing the Primary maths Challenge before next Friday, but I'm not so worried about maths.
My eldest daughter sat the Kendrick test 4 years ago and refused to do anything for the last fortnight - just said she had improved as far as she was going to by then and there was no point. It did work for her, so I am trying not to fret too much about ds
I am also very aware that whereas she was (is) a "sail through blithely" person, ds is far more anxious, and I don't want to spend the last few days getting him worked up about it! So am really trying to step back and play it cool.
Good luck to your son