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Welcome to Hawking Class!

Hawking Class have made a great start back after Christmas! I've really enjoyed listening to what they got up to during the Christmas holidays and see some of the photos from thereading challenge.

Our topic this term (Spring 2018) is the Neighbourhood Plan; more information about this can be found within the class letter. I'm certain that that the children will love this topic. 

During this term, we have forest school on Tuesday afternoons, so please make sure that your children are sent with the right clothes to get changed with.

We ask that PE kits are in all week, please.

This half term, we will be focusing on the value of integrity; we will talk about this in class and during assemblies

Mrs Johnson, Mrs Godfrey and I have really enjoyed teaching your children so far and getting to know them. We look forward to having your children in our class and seeing them progress.

Class events

Thu 21 Jun

Y3 Science day

Thu 28 Jun

Lego Robotics Day for Y1 - 6

Thu 12 Jul

KS2 summer concert

Fri 13 Jul

KS2 to Royal Air Tattoo

Tue 24 Jul, 15:30-17:30

open evening

See the full diary...

Science

We have begun to experiment with our bean plants and we have been working very hard to ensure that we are carefully measuring and controlling our plants' conditions. 

The plants that are in very little light in our classroom cupboard are particularly interesting- the leaves near the door are growing and the leaves in the dark are withering away.

We think that this is because plants use light as energy to make food in the leaves.

Photos to follow soon!

Welcome back!

It's great to be back and I hope that everyone had a good break from routine.

Please find attached a letter from the staff explaining our learning topics this term and our timetable. We hope this will be useful.

Visit from Robert Courts MP

Our new MP, Robert Courts, came to school on 6th April to meet our Key Stage 2 children and explain who he is, what he does, and how they too can become an MP or even Prime Minister one day. He answered all their questions and ended with a photo with our school council (who he described as the equivalent of Parliament). 

Red Nose Disco

Our school captains wanted to organise a disco to support Comic Relief. It was organised almost entirely by these four children and they did a great job with their music choices and DJing. Well done!

Sewing workshop

Key Stage 2 enjoyed a workshop in which they were able to learn how to use a sewing machine. They did a great job and have produced some very professional-looking cushions. 

Apologies to parents whose children are now asking for their own sewing machine- proof indeed that this was a fun and valuable experience for all.

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