Welcome back Sycamore Class! We have had a fantastic first day and it has been wonderful to hear all about your Summer Holidays. Have a look at our class letter below to find out some important information. Our first school trip of the year to Buxton Museum is next week! Make sure you log onto Parent Pay to give permission and make a voluntary contribution.
Hawthorn Class 2020-2021
Sports Day for Year 3 and 4
What an fantastic morning we've had down on the Rec! We are very proud of all the children who took part. They all tried incredibly hard at each of the activities and showed great sportsmanship. They encouraged each other and worked together in the team events. A huge congratulations to our winners!
Home learning - Thursday 1st July
Good morning Hawthorn Class! We were hoping we could make it until the Summer holidays but here we are again, learning from home. We know you are all super stars with home learning so just try your best to do as much as possible.
Please click on today's star to find your work. Please join us for a zoom meeting this morning and in the afternoon.
Morning Zoom at 9:15
ID number: 991 2753 9610
Afternoon Zoom at 2:30
ID number: 943 6716 3581
Here is the finished product! The children have done a fantastic job creating their own packaging for their chocolate bars!
Summer Term 2
Food Glorious Food!
This term we will be exploring everything food related with the finale of this school year ending in our own chocolate bar creations and advertisements.
Stay tuned for other delicious elements to our learning.
Buxworth's Day of Compassion
Today, we have all developed a better understanding of the meaning of compassion and empathy. We read the story 'Clean up' and put ourselves in the shoes of the main character, Rocket. We understood how she felt in the story and why then made our own pledges to the environment.
We’ve had a fantastic afternoon with Peter. We’ve learnt how to light a fire using flint and steel and how to safely whittle the wood for the fire. We ended the session with a game of darts with the darts we made out of willow and feathers.
We had a great fun kicking off our topic with a foodie themed treasure hunt. We solved maths and English based puzzles and riddles to find a trove of sweets and chocolates.
Today we had the most fantastic time at our Egyptian Day. The children all looked amazing - well done for such a fantastic costume effort! We learnt an incredible amount, helped to build a tomb, took on various Ancient Egyptian jobs, created our own dances to perform, re-enacted a battle scene, made scarab beetle necklaces, made shabtis, made boat sails, weighed our hearts and practised mummification, as well as lots more! It was a very busy day! Have a look at the photos below and use them to tell your grown ups what we did.
We would like to thank the PTA for funding such a fabulous day!
Welcome to the Summer Term! We hope you all had a fantastic Easter break.
Here are a few reminders and some information for the term.
Drop off: 9am Pick up: 3:15pm
PE: Wednesdays and Fridays
Forest Schools: Wednesday
Please come wearing appropriate clothing on these days.
As forest school and PE are on the same day, please send pupils into school wearing their PE kit and have waterproofs/wellies in a bag.
Spelling test: Wednesday
Times table test: Friday
The afterschool club for Year 3s will be Drawing club on a Monday with Mrs Turega, running until 4:10pm. As with the end of the school day, club times are staggered for different classes, so please try to arrive promptly for pick-ups from clubs.
Please send your child's reading book and diary into school each Friday so we can give rewards for reading at home and change reading books. New books will be sent home on a Friday. Diaries will be quarantined over the weekend and checked on Monday before being returned to children. Please note, new books will only be sent home if old ones have been returned.
Homework: Throughout the week your child will be expected to learn their spellings and times tables and should try to read every evening. Every Friday, your child will bring home one Maths task and one Literacy task, and they will be things the children have learnt in school during the week. This is to help the children to consolidate their learning and to give them some extra practise. Additionally, a times table sheet will be sent for the times tables they will be tested on the following Friday.
And finally, a polite reminder that toys and pencil cases stay at home for the foreseeable future to limit things going between home and school.
Mrs Turega and Mrs Downings
This topic is a whirlwind of adventure where we will be exploring the exciting period of Ancient Egypt. We will be taking a closer look at King Tutankhamun and the process of mummification. There will be plenty of opportunities for art and design, along with geographical, scientific and historical exploration.
Please see the document below for our curriculum overview.
Welcome to the second Spring term, we hope you had a relaxing and enjoyable half term. Hopefully, it won't be too long before we can see you all back in the classroom. We can't wait to see you on Monday morning on zoom. Here are the details for our morning and afternoon lessons:
Morning zoom - 9:15
Meeting ID: 949 3529 7991
Afternoon zoom - 2:30
Meeting ID: 910 6658 3243
To get the most out of our zoom lessons and to stay safe online, please remember these rules and expectations:
Spring Term 1
Happy New Year Hawthorn Class! We hope you had a fantastic Christmas break.
Children's Mental Health Week 2021
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Autumn Term 2
Welcome back to the second half of the autumn term.
Our new topic for the term is 'Under The Sea' and we are set to have so much fun. Please take a look at the topic overview below to see what we will be learning in each area of the curriculum.
Autumn Term 1
Welcome back to the new school year, it has been fantastic to welcome the children into their new class. They have all settled in brilliantly! We have an exciting first half-term planned. Below, you can find out what we will be learning throughout the curriculum, linked to our new, exciting topic, 'On Safari', which we started with a virtual live Safari, all the way from Africa.