I've found the opposite with mine.
She's glad to have the free time to herself now, but this could be helped by the fact it was her birthday Monday just gone, and she got a wii and some games for it - bet you can't guess what she's been up to!!!
'Tis poor old me who feels at a loose end - never mind, I've promised her some maths classes after half term as a bolster for SATS
, I've even roped in her little friend who comes three nights a week
In the meantime, I've signed up for night school
After my DS finished in Jan, after working hard for a pretty intensive 8 weeks, I would have been relaxed about him doing nothing for the rest of the school year. The SATs are for the schools benefit, not the pupils, in fact the converse. the school had done b***** all to help us with the 11+, hence the 8 weeks of stress, and I was minded to do b***** all to help the school. It was only the thought of a possible HM appeal that I softened my stance, and at least provided him with some muted encouragement to continue working hard for his SATs.