LITERACY may not be everyone's cup of tea, but for the pupils in one Ilfracombe Junior School class, it is the subject they thrive on.
However, a lot of the members of class 6RP credited their teacher, Rosie Pollack, as the reason why they enjoy it so much.
The pupils have already been very busy this year, learning about Greek gods and goddesses and even re-enacting a battle.
Demileigh Campbell, 10, from Ilfracombe, said: "We had to make shields and use big rulers for our spears which we covered in brown paper and did the battle in the dinner hall."
Libby Parish, 10, from Ilfracombe, added: "We made our shields from cardboard and it was our class against all the other year six classes."
Both Demileigh and Libby said their favourite subject of year six so far was literacy.
This was echoed by Amber Bradley, 11, from Ilfracombe who said she most enjoys both literacy and art.
Omar Aouali, 10, from Barnstaple, also enjoys literacy which is one of his many favourite subjects.
"I am pretty good at numeracy as well, because Mrs Pollack is teaching me in a good way," he said.
When it came to the topic of moving to secondary school, a lot of pupils were excited but slightly worried about being in a bigger place.
Jess Williams, 10, from Ilfracombe said: "I am pretty scared because there will be big kids."
But Omar was not worried as his older brother has just started. "He is in Braunton though so I will probably be going there," he said.
Libby said she was a little worried about moving schools. "We are going to go from being the oldest in the school to the youngest," she said.