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Hawthorn

Welcome to Hawthorn

 

 

Welcome to Hawthorn Class. My name is Mrs Wainman and along with Ms Monks we hope you have a great time in Hawthorn class. 

We have lots of exciting things to do in class this year. Just check out our curriculum jigsaws.

We will also beginning our Spanish curriculum with Mrs Townley once a week.

 

Should you need to contact us please use the email address below. Please remember no question is silly especially if it stops your child worrying. We will get back to you ASAP

hawthornhomelearning@st-margarets.bury.sch.uk

 

Friday 20th May

Good afternoon. Well the children survived their first mission (SAT) and did amazingly well. 

We had a lovely morning this morning with Mrs Owen who worked on dealing with worries and how to calm down. The children should be able to show you some breathing techniques and even some meditation. Pictures to follow.

We have also been using clay this afternoon as part of our study of Yayoi Kusama. Again pictures to follow.

We will finish the other missions next week and I'm sure all the children will graduate with honours from Special  Agent Training. We shall also be completing fun activities and mindfulness when not on a mission.

Please remember a shoe box for Monday.

Our start of the week is Holly for excellent effort in his maths SAT. This could obviously gone to anyone. Ted is going home with Ruari so he will no doubt have a very sporty weekend.

Have a great weekend.

Mrs W xsmiley

Well Being Morning 20/5

Litter Picking 21/4 & 22/4

Hawthorn Class made the school grounds look lovely by clearing all the rubbish. We collected 6 large bags of rubbish from the field and school grounds. This is part of our book '10 Ways to Help Our World'

Making bird feeders 29/3/22

We followed instructions to make bird feeders. This was part of our english curriculum and we are studying the book '10 ways to help our world'

Sublime Science Day 15/3/22

Great Fire of St Margaret's 10/3/22

The children loved recreating the Great Fire of London ands Pudding Lane this morning. We made sure all the children were well back and set fire to our Tudor houses. Dennis was on hand with buckets of water and fire extinguishers. Thankyou Dennis.

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World Book Day 2022

We had a great time today fro World Book Day. We completed wordsearches, coloured pictures and made bookmarks. We also had a short ICT lesson but that went a bit wonky. The children looked fab , Well done.

Shrove Tuesday

We had a great time today. We made and ate pancakes for Shrove Tuesday and the beginning of Lent.

Our Tudor Houses Feb 22

Meet Fred

science 1/2/22

We had a great time testing which mixture made the best bubbles.

We hope you enjoy our Christmas songs

Wooden Spoon Dolls 14/12/21

We made wooden spoon dolls as part of our history topic of Toys.

Egg Box Dragons 13/12/21

We followed the instructions to make our Egg Box Dragons. This is linked to our Power of Reading book Adventures of  Egg Box Dragon. The children had a great time.

We had a great time learning and practising these Christmas songs. Enjoy!!!smiley

Santa Homework 13/12/21

The children had to produce a picture of Santa without using any pens, crayons or paints. They have produced some great results.

Santa's Zoom Call 8/12/21

We were lucky enough to have a zoom meeting with the 'real' Santa this morning. He read us a lovely Christmas story and we helped him do some magic tricks.

Fun in the snow 29/11/21

We had an alternative PE lesson today and made the most of the snow.

A Big Thankyou

A big thankyou to Mr and Mrs Ahmed- Amelia's parents for their very kind donation of wet playtime/golden time games. Hawthorn children are very lucky indeed. Unfortunately, the children now are doing a rain dance so it will be wet break and they get a chance to play with them.smiley

Miss Monks

These were the beautiful flowers received by Miss Monks. She was 'overwhelmed' with your generosity and they really cheered her up. She saw the doctor again yesterday and he has issued another sick note so unfortunately be will not be back in the near future.

The Mayoral Visit