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‚ÄčWelcome to Hawthorn Class 

Welcome to Hawthorn Class Web Page


Teachers: Mrs Tawse (Ms O'Byrne on Tuesday)

Teaching Assistant: Mrs Page (mornings)


Spring 2020


This term our focus is North America. We will be looking at the amazing countries, their diversity and the interesting people who live in the wide variety of locations.

We will be doing PE on Monday and Games on Thursday. PE kit should be in school every day.

Please remember.....

  • always have a book you would like to read in school and read every day at home.
  • to have your super 6 stationary (blue writing pen, pencil, ruler, eraser, sharpener, glue stick) every day in a small pencil case.


Dates for your diary:


Tuesday 7th January - Return to school

Wednesday 29th January - Visit Maidenhead Mosque

Wednesday 29th January 6pm - PGL/SATs (Year 6) and Bushcraft (Year 5) parents' meeting

Wednesday 12th February - Leadership Programme at The Piggott School

17th - 21st February - Half term

Monday 9th March - Friday 13th March - STEM week

Monday 9th March - Whole school trip to Winchester Science Centre

Tuesday 24th March - Class photos. Parents' Evening (late)

Thursday 26th March - Parents' Evening (early)

Wednesday 1st April - Easter service at St Marys Church

Friday 3rd April - End of term


11th - 14th May- Year 6 SATs week

15th - 19th June - Year 6 PGL week

29th June - 1st July - Year 5 Bushcraft trip

This is the spelling list that we will be working on (both year 5 & 6) this half of term. Some children may have alternative lists.

Year 5 & 6 Carol Service

Years 5 and 6 led the carol service at St Mary's Church. The service included many traditional readings and carols, and an alternative wording to the 12 Days of Christmas. The words and artwork for the song are above. We wish you a happy and peaceful Christmas season.

A Midsummer Night's Dream

A Midsummer Night's Dream 1
A Midsummer Night's Dream 2
Mrs Bullard came to all three year 5 & 6 classes to discuss a Midsummer Night's Dream and the symbolism of the fairies. We discovered that they were not glittery, pretty fairies, but were mischievous, magical ones. We designed our own versions of fairies that may have lived in the Athenian forest. Thank you Mrs Bullard for a very interesting lesson.
We have been very busy preparing the allotment for winter. We have planted bulbs, covered some of the flower beds, and even harvested pumpkins, rosemary, sage and a sunflower for the Harvest Festival!



Homework is usually set on a Friday and is expected in for marking by the following Wednesday at the latest.  House points are awarded for submitting homework before the deadline and they are also awarded for excellent effort/attainment.  If homework is late, then pupils will complete it at breaktime/lunchtime.


In addition, you can always look at the web links below and practice your literacy, grammar and maths skills.