YEAR 6 (SILVER)Mr G Dempsey
Welcome to Class 6D’s Blog!
I am Mr Dempsey and I am the class teacher for class 6D.
On this page you’ll find lots of useful information and posts about what’s going on in Year 6 over the course of the year,
Visit our blog Check in regularly for photographs, homework and revision links, sport’s scores, diary dates and many other fun features.
Please feel free to make comments on photographs and interact with our blog. The class would love to hear what you think about their fantastic work and achievements.
Our Class Blog
Please click on the link below for more information. 6D Trip to Thorp Academy - December 2017read more
At lunchtime today, some of the year 6 children helped decorate the front of the school for Christmas. Very aesthetically pleasing. Well done everyone!...read more
Some of the year 5/6 children got the chance to go to Gateshead College to take part in a number of activities celebrating Computer Science Education Week. Children in the rest of the school have also been celebrating the Hour of Code as part of it too.read more
Please click on the link below to view information on how to pay for the Kingswood trip and the costs involved. Kingswood Payments Letter - December...read more
Please click on the link below for more information. Year 6 Update - December 2017read more
Please click on the link below for more information about Kingswood. Kingswood Initial Letterread more
Please click on the link below for more information. SATs Letter Year 6 Parents - November 2017read more
We are incredibly lucky because we have managed to bid for and get, the author, Rob Lewis, who has written around 40 books, to come into school tomorrow, Friday, November 10th, to talk to us about being an author as well as to do a demonstration writing workshop with...read more
Please click on the link below for more information. Mr Dempsey Absent Letter - OCT 17read more
Today Year 6 continued their leavers' celebrations by visiting Better Extreme. They had an amazing time. I think the pictures say it...read more