The children that took part in forest school incorporated our theme of World War 2 into their learning. They used powdered egg (as it kept for longer during the war) to make 'egg in windows' and cook it on the fire that they made! They then had a taste of their cooking and all enjoyed it!
Welcome back to Hawthorn Primary School and welcome to Year Six!
The children have already settled amazingly into their new routine and have enjoyed being back at school, seeing their friends and sharing 'lockdown' stories.
We are so proud of how sensibly and maturely Year Six have adapted to the 'new normal' around school. They are making sure they are regularly washing their hands, using the one way systems, not sharing resources and complying with the 'catch it, bin it, kill it' advice we have all been given by the government.
This space is going to be an important area where you can see Year Six's learning, spy on their school visits (!) and also have an additional copy of any information our Y6 team send you.
Below is a welcome to Y6 booklet which shares some information regarding P.E, uniform and home learning.
We look forward to working with you this year,
Miss Bingham & Mrs Kaur.
Time Capsule of Hopes and Dreams
Some of the children in Y6 Forest School buried our time capsule on Thursday.
Individually, we all wrote a hope or dream that they wish to achieve by the end of Year Six. This could be a personal or academic goal. We then put them in the box confidentially and we have buried it in our Forest School area.
We can't wait to see who has achieved their goal at the end of Year Six!