Home Learning for December 13th, 14th and 15th
- Hawthorn Home Learning
- Maya Clue Card 1
- Maya Clue Card 2
- Maya Clue Card 3
- Maya Clue Card 4
- Maya Clue Card 5
- Maya History Mystery
- Mayan Worksheet
Home learning tasks for November 2nd and 3rd
- Cover letter
- Day-2 Group Persuasive Text
- Day 3 Negatives and Positives of CCTV Prints
- Trade PowerPoint
- Times Table Grid
Welcome to Hawthorn Class.
Hawthorn Class have taken part in 2 cricket tournaments this week. On Monday Mr Starr and 10 children went to West Wittering Cricket Club. On Wednesday Mr Starr and Mrs White took the year 6's to West Wittering for a tournament. Both events were organised by the Sussex Cricket Foundation. On Wednesday 9 schools that attended and were split into 3 groups of 3. We each played the two other teams in the group. After lunch, the top 3 teams had a play off for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. The next three teams played off of 4th, 5th and 6th and the final 3 teams played for 7th, 9th and 8th. After a fun day of cricket we came 4th overall. As your can see from the photos, the year 6s had a fun day both playing cricket and in the sand.
Hawthorne Class Cricket
Hawthorn Class have been learning about reflection in science. They have made periscopes.
On Thursday 23rd February Hawthorn Class went on the train to London to visit the
Globe Theatre and the Tower of London.
Hawthorn Art (Spring Term)
Art Workshop – February 2023
Over two days, different children visited the local art workshop and gallery of two sculptors called Andrew Sabin and Laura Ford. Here they explored how Laura’s work was planned and then crafter, looking at some molds which she has created while discussing the different materials she can use to produce her work. The children then went to the gallery and viewed some of Andrew’s work before he showed them all how he used margarine as casts for his sculptures.
During these workshops the children also completed some sketching and pastel work.
Science – Spring Term
Over this term the children have studied electricity and used symbols within diagrams. They have explored voltage and investigated the following questions:
Does the voltage affect the brightness of the bulb?
Does the length of the wire affect the brightness of the bulb?
After exploring these questions, the children finally created their own game, which needed a completed circuit. During these sessions, they also completed circuits using LEDs and Crumble Boards to create patterned lights and get motors working.
Electricity and used symbols within diagrams
Percentages, fractions and decimals
In February the children have been learning about percentages and their relationship with fractions and decimals.
Biscuit teaching Year 6 maths
In English we have been doing non-chronological writing. See what we have been producing.
Hawthorn Class - English
We had great fun with our Ancient Greek homework.