Year 6

Mrs Petrie assisted by Mrs Rutherford


And so the final year in Fellside Primary School begins. The 2018/19 academic year will be packed with adventures such as our outward bound residential visit to Robinwood, as well as learning those essential academic skills to equip the children for their future learning beyond Fellside.

I am excited about teaching this fabulous year group and, most importantly, getting to know and guide your children through this exciting and challenging chapter of their education at Fellside.

Year 6 is a wonderful time in your children’s lives. I’m sure they will embrace the challenges, responsibilities and privileges of being the oldest children in our school.

Mrs Rutherford and I look forward to working with the children and your continued support throughout this important SATs year. 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 Year 6 Team.

Our Class Blog

Well done Alnwick!

  The house points have been counted and the team to win week ending 8th May 2015  is - Congratulations and well done to all of the children who received house points, your efforts and good work have certainly paid off. Good luck for next week everyone.  ...

Happy Easter!

  Everyone has worked so hard work this term, hope you all enjoy a well earned rest.     Find time to relax and enjoy the Easter holiday, have a few late mornings in bed,  some chocolate eggs and hopefully more of this beautiful sunshine. Look forward...

World Book Day Video

On Thursday 5th March, Fellside immersed itself into celebrating World Book Day. Children and staff wore fabulous costumes, depicting their favourite book characters. Cruella Deville and her Dalmatians could be found in Year 5, whilst Pirates were wearing their...

Ben the budding photographer.

While staying at Troutbeck Caravan Club Site,  Ben spent lots of time at the bird hide with his camera, on the second day, while looking at the birds, he looked up and saw a red squirrel looking at him.  Luckily, it stayed in place long enough for him to take this...


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