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Class 6: Ms Griffin

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Welcome to Class 6!

2023 - 2024



Welcome to our Class 6 page! There are 26 of us in class and we are a happy, talented and kind group of pupils who thrive on challenges! Unfortunately, this is our last year in Ysgol Creigiau but we fully intend on working hard and enjoying our final year before we embark on our new adventures in Comprehensive School - this is going to be a very busy year which will go very quickly so don't waste a single moment!


As the older pupils of school, there are high expectations of us and we have important responsibilities. We are responsible for leading the way and modelling an exemplary example in terms of behaviour, effort and adhering to school values and rules. Something which we aim to achieve with great pride!


It’s an exciting beginning to the new school year starting with cycling lessons on the 25th September. A few weeks after that, on the 16th of October we  all head west to visit the Urdd campsite in Llangrannog! We will have an amazing time taking part in so many activities - skiing, swimming, horse riding, go-karting to name but a few. Whatever the weather, we’re sure to have a fun-packed week! 


Here are some reminders:

  • We will be having indoor P.E. every Thursday and outdoor P.E. every Wednesday, so don’t forget to wear trainers and joggers to school along with your school top and jumper.
  • You are all welcome to bring a book from home to read in school during our daily reading sessions. It is important that you are able to sit and concentrate on reading for longer periods of time, so please do continue to read at home every evening and during weekends. Reading and understanding a variety of genres is an essential skill required to access the full curriculum successfully when you move on to Year 7.
  • Don't forget - only one pencil case for school.
  • Hand any mobile phones or similar devices to me or the office and they will be returned at the end of the day. Please do not go on your phone during Breakfast Club, otherwise you will not be able to bring a phone to school at all.
  • Homework tasks and messages will be posted on Teams, so don't forget to check there every week.
  • I will be having P.P.A. time every other Wednesday and Mrs Stone will be teaching you on these days.


Don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any further questions.

Ms. Griffin.



Email: Ms Griffin