Class 6Mr Wright
Welcome to Class 6
Hello – we are Year 6. We have an awesome team teaching us: Mr Wright and Mrs Cooper.
As Year 6, we are the oldest pupils in the school and we get to take on lots of responsibilities and challenges including being buddies to Reception Class children and being House Captains. In school, we are learning about leadership: modelling the community we want to see in our school and setting the example in how we behave. We also have special privileges such as having our own lockers!
This year we have lots to look forward to – especially going on our residential trip to Robin Wood. We can’t wait! We’re going to be the new BEST YEAR 6 CLASS EVER!
This week we got our party clothes on and our dancing feet ready for our Summer Discos! Everyone look great and danced the night away with some very cool moves. With party games, snacks and a little bit of flossing, it was a great way to celebrate the end of term....read more
On Wednesday 11th July we had our Key Stage 2 Sports Day! Everyone was competing in their house groups. Their was a great atmosphere as the competitors got ready for the races. There was lots of events, from skipping and javelin to sprints and relays.There was even...read more
For their Enterprise Day Year 6 held a Summer Fair! The children could pay £1 to play lots of games and win some super prizes. They also held a penalty shoot out, basket ball shots, hoopla and much more. They even sold delicious ice lollies to cool everyone down....read more
On Thursday Mr Harrison alongside Mr Dawson organised an whole day of Paralympic activities for us to take part in. The morning was the turn of Years 4,5 and 6 and Year 1,2 and 3 in the afternoon.The activities included Boccia, New Age Curling and Adapted...read more
Well done to everyone in KS2 who took part in the sponsored walk. It was a brilliant day and the weather held out for us too! The children walked through the Staiths onto Newcastle Quayside. They met at St Mary's Heritage Centre and then split up to visit different...read more