Eating like a Viking!

Hawks enjoyed trying the different Viking recipes they had made earlier in the day.

They tried a traditional cake, baked apples and a hot drink.


What did you think about the Mor Monsen kake? Did you enjoy the baked apples? How was the hot pear, apple and honey drink? Which recipes would…

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Cooking like a Viking!

We started out Viking topic off by cooking like a Viking.

All of Hawks went to the Wing to cook like Vikings. Together we baked a Mor Monsen Kake. We made baked apples. We also made a hot pear, apple and honey drink.


What did you make? What did you enjoy about the lesson? Did you find…

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The Vikings are arriving!

The Vikings are arriving!


Last week, Hawks launched their new topic of the Vikings!

We saw the front of a longboat in the foyer of school and the outline of a longboat upstairs in the corridor.

We started off the day by finding out all about Viking longboats. In pairs, we then…

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A visit from Hodgson

Three students from Hodgson came to teach Hawks all about the heart. The children were inspired and enthusiastic about this interactive and hands-on experience they had.The children now know the main parts of the human circulatory system and understand the importance and functions of the…

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Life as a Titanic passenger

The children in Hawks have been learning all about the disaster of the Titanic this half term. This week they acted as a 1st, 2nd or 3rd class passenger. They went to the dining room and ate their meals which they had prepared earlier in the day whilst watching Titanic documentaries and listened…

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Hawks...Ready, Steady, COOK!

Children in Hawks this week had a cooking lesson in the Wing. They have been learning about healthy lifestyles and balanced diets. The children have also been learning about life as a Titanic passenger and have created different menus. The children worked in teams to create two breakfast…

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Hawks admire the snow!


Hawks admired the snow out of our window this week!

They also got to enjoy playing in the snow at lunchtime.


Describe what you saw! Did you enjoy going outside with your friends to enjoy the snow? Explain.

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Hawks Homework

HAWKS HOMEWORK: Friday 1st February 2019 DUE IN: Wednesday 6th February 2019


I am so proud of how hard you all worked this week, it was a different week but you all tried your best which is all I can ask for. The pieces of homework you created last week were FANTASTIC; I cannot wait to…

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The Titanic disaster continues

We are loving learning about the Titanic!


This week we have created newspaper articles, written the day after the disaster and have begun to write menus for the 1st, 2nd and 3rd class passengers.

Have a look at our work so far. We have not only written articles and menus but we have…

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Hawks Homework

HOMEWORK 25.1.19 

This is due in for Wednesday 30th January 2019

Spellings have been sent home, IDL, rockstars, Blog and daily reading to continue as normal please.

This week we have continued learning about the disaster of the Titanic, which you have all really enjoyed. Some of your…

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Counter balances in gymnastics

In gymnastics this week, we have been learning how to create counter balances in a pair and then created them in a group. We will be using these in the sequences we create.


Who did you work with? What did you find challenging? What did you learn?


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Taking our pulse rate in Tag-Rugby

In tag-rugby, we tested our pulse rate during different stages of activity: sitting, jogging, running and cooling down. We collected our data in a table and used this to create a line graph in maths.


What did you learn in tag-rugby? What happened to your pulse rate during…

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