Year 6

Class Teacher: Miss Robson

And so the final year at Clover Hill Primary School begins! This year will be packed with adventures such as our outward bound residential visit as well as learning those essential academic skills to equip our children for their future learning when they move on from Clover Hill.

This is my first year in Year 6 after 3 years of teaching in Year 5. Mrs Maynard works in Year 6 each morning providing us with valuable support with our basic skills. We both share the same passion and commitment to our children and school community.

I am excited about teaching this fabulous year group this year and, most importantly, guide the children through this exciting and challenging chapter of their education.

Our aim is to make Year 6 a wonderful, challenging and exciting time for our children. I’m sure they will embrace these challenges, responsibilities and privileges of being the oldest children in our school.

If you have any questions about your child’s education or need any advice, please do not hesitate to contact me or another member of the Upper KS2 Team.

Year 6

Year 6 Puberty Talk

Dear Parents and Carers, The school nurse will be coming in to school on Thursday 20th June to deliver a talk to Year 6 about puberty. Please let me know should you have ant questions or concerns regarding this. Miss Robson

The Intu Metrocentre Gateshead Schools Fun Run 2019

What a fantastic morning our athletes have had at Saltwell Park! There was just over 4000 children taking part to run around the designated course in a series of wave allocated starts. All our athletes ran incredibly well and we are all so proud of you! After the fun...

A Class Above The Rest

Well done Year 6! You have been absolutely fantastic over the last two weeks. You pushed yourself and gave it your all. You should all be very proud of yourselves! Here is a final picture of your time at Dukeshouse Wood.


Working as a team to protect a target. Er

Night line – The revenge of Miss Robson

Today, we took part in an obstacle course - blindfolded. We were very apprehensive but we tried to communicate with each other to make our way around safely. Unfortunately, someone kept flicking water on us! Whoever could that have been?!

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