Welcome to
Year 6 Cheviot

Here in 6 Cheviot, we enjoy having discussions about work with our classmates and then using ideas to create work. We always show great perseverance when things aren’t going exactly the way we want it to and are on hand to help anyone who need it. We are ambitious, hard-working and positive!

Welcome to

Year 6 Slieve Donard

We are 6 Slieve Donard. Our teacher is Mr Laffin and our teaching assistant is Miss Dawson. In our class there are 25 children and we are ready and willing to climb our learning mountain! Slieve Donard is the tallest mountain in Northern Ireland; it is over 850 meters tall and is in the County Down area, near the seaside town of Newcastle. We will be learning lots of new and exciting things this year in lots of different subjects. We will be looking after the school garden and growing lots of delicious fruit and vegetables to share with the rest of the school. In 6 Slieve Donard, we are going to work hard this year to become experts at the CLIMB – Confidence Learning Independence Motivation and Belief. Thank you for visiting our page!

Welcome to

Year 6 Pen-y-ghent

Welcome to 6 Pen-y-ghent. Pen-y-ghent is one of the 3 peaks in the Yorkshire Dales. It may not be the highest mountain but it is spectacular.

Myself, Mrs Redshaw, alongside Mr Mahmood, will support and teach the children in our class how to be independent and confident learners who are motivated to learn and believe in their own potential. I just know that the children in our class will be spectacular like Pen-y-ghent and climb their mountain.

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23rd September 2020

Headteacher Newsletter September 2020

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2nd September 2020

Returning to School 8th September 2020- All your questions answered

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2nd July 2020

Update from the Local Authority about Leeds Schools

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