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6 Hawthorn

Term 6 - The final week for our gorgeous Year 6 children !


Firstly, apologies for the lack of updates on here. Miss Yeap has had trouble logging in and there have been internet troubles too. However, we are now at the end of a wonderful year and it's finally sorted.


It is never too late to say what an amazing time we have been having. Here is a list to name but a few (in no particular order!):


Preparing for our end of year whole school service and end of year Leavers' Service. It's going to be emotional!


Year 6 Disco - apparently there was much dancing, laughter (and a waterfall of tears as the goodbyes begin ... )



Year 6 end of year performance - dress rehearsal to the school started the final school week with a bang! 


International week and Curriculum afternoon - 6Hawthorn performed a mix of Tai Chi, Cha Cha and Performance Poetry brilliantly to the entire school and their parents.


Mini Enterprise sale - thank you to all those that came and supported us. We made over £200 which will help greatly towards our end of year treat at Zaza Bazaar





Week Beginning 12th October:

This week we have finished the book 'There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom' and we have really enjoyed it- Najma

In maths this week we have learnt how to use the formal methods of division- Kitty

This week we have continued to write in our Bradley Chalker's diaries- India

In rugby this week we played a game called 'Jailbreak' which involved stealing rugby balls from the other team without getting tagged- Abi

At the end of this week we have presented our long term projects about 'Out of this World.' We learnt a lot!- Yousef

Week Beginning Monday 5th October:


We have been reading 'There's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom'

'It's been really interesting and funny' Jess

'Writing the diaries has been fun because we've really had to get into the character' Abi

'Writing as Bradley really makes you see how he felt' Shaniya

'Most of our literacy work has been based on this and we have written empathetic letters, instructions about how to be a good friend and notes from a variety of characters' Audrey



' In rugby we have been learning how to take the tag and how to score tries' Rocky

'We have talked about being offside and that means being ahead of the ball carrier' Elijah

'We have learnt how to arrow pass and pop pass' Najma



'In computing we have created power points to pitch our ideas for an app' Christina


Independent write:

' We wrote a suspense story' India



' We were learning how to do long division and find common factors' Ilyaas

' We have been adding and subtracting decimal numbers' Lucie

' We have learning how to use the formal method for multiplication' Kitty