Welcome to Hawks Class!
We have 9 boys, 1 girl and 3 members of staff in the Hawks team, Stacey, Jody and Sam.
Our children range between year 4 and year 5.
Our topic this term is Why do I live on planet Earth?
We will start of our new topic learning all about our planet, what it is made from, who lives there and what is bubbling below the surface, it may be hot stuff! This topic will involve lots of science experiments and geography exploring different locations and weather before venturing to other planets in our solar system!
During our school week, we have plenty of additional activities:
Monday- Light Room
Tuesday- Swimming and Dance in PE
Wednesday- Educational Trips and Karate
Thursday- Tyre park and soft play
Friday- Soft play
Keep your eyes peeled for regular updates on our term!
The Hawks are being published!
Our Monster Poems were a hit with the Young Writers competition. Well done all.
We entered a poetry competition and some of our Hawks have received a letter to become published writers!
We each tried our hardest and we all got a certificate, a sticker and a bookmark!
We enjoyed seeing the animals
Our Christmas rappers ready to perform in the Christmas play
The Hawks went to Moorfield Primary school to watch their play
Sitting tight ready for Moorfields play, all did very good watching, so proud
We learnt all about fire safety
Science experiment time, how can we light up the bulb.
Whilst learning about Chinese New Year we pretended to be a dragon in PE.
Our beautiful Dreamer display is now finished, we have had a busy few weeks creating it.
We recycled plastic for our display as our topic is learning all about the environment.
We have learnt about different habitats and what we can do to save our Earth!
Here are our dream catchers and plastic whale.
Here is our jungle and rain forest.
We also learnt about the water cycle.
Here we are conducting a water cycle science experiment.
Here we are busy writing our letters to the prime minister asking him to help protect our Earth.
The Hawks class, helping the Earth one eco brick at a time.