Moving up in higher grades each year demands a time for you to settle down. Transitions are smooth and easy for some students while for others they are stressful and demanding.
As we all know that transition is going on when we pass through numerous biological, social, environmental and psychological changes. Each stage has its own demand, where we seek opportunities to master and demonstrate new skills, where we want to make independent decisions, form social relationships with our peers and the people around. Transition brings with it more peer pressure, developmental differences, added responsibilities and much more.
We have to deal with new responsibilities, think of school achievement and success. The factors that help are motivation, self-concept, the readiness to take up new challenges, dealing with problems effectively, being innovative in our thought, and rigorous in our approach. And it would certainly not hurt us to get help from an adult.
Children earn status in school depending on their performance. They also experience failure and frustration, especially if they are less skilled than their peers.
(The Development of Children Ages 6 to 14. Jacquelynne S. Eccles).
Never let yourself down, be discouraged, or frustrated, rather keep on trying, and do your best in order to achieve and excel.