Welcome to 6 Longolot.
Our class is named after a mountain (it is actually a volcano) in Kenya. I just know that the children in our class will be spectacular and explosive with their ideas and their work, a bit like Longolot when it last erupted in the 1860s.
Myself, Mrs Redshaw, alongside Miss Ali, 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. 2021/22 will be a fantastic year and I am looking forward to our adventure in learning.
Year 6 Kulal
We are 6 Kulal! We are a class of 20 Year 6 children. Our teacher is Mr Laffin and our Teaching Assistant is Miss Dawson. We are looking forward to learning lots of wonderful new things this year and are excited to go on lots of trips related to our topic, like Armley Mills Museum! We are continuing to develop our Growth Mindset, positive attitude and learning behaviours. All our classes in Greenmount this year have been named after Kenyan mountains. Our mountain is Mount Kulal. Mount Kulal is an eroded-down extinct volcano located in northern Kenya, just east of Lake Turkana. The mountain has an elevation of 2,285 metres! We will be working hard this year to climb our learning mountain and show that we are super GREENMOUNTAINEERS!
Year 6 Menengai
Welcome to 6 Menengai!
We are named after a shield volcano in Kenya that has one of the biggest calderas in the world. Although we’re the smallest class, we’re determined to be shining examples to the rest of school.
We are a group of hardworking, polite and enthusiastic individuals. We are looking forward to a fantastic year ahead and we are determined to always try our best. We will be taught by Mrs Emms, Mrs Devlin and Mr Houlton and we are certain we will reach our potential. 2021/22 is going to be an amazing year where we will CLIMB the (Green)mountain!