Our first week back in Hawkstone Class

Well back to the last half term of the summer. This one is a busy one with sports day, a trip to the local art gallery, year 4 multiplication test and so much more.

Well done to Niamh who is our star of the week. 🌟

Niamh was chosen because of the writing. Niamh was able to describe a cave using key vocabulary and senses. Well done 🌟

In comprehension we have been using dictionaries and thesaurus’s to understand the key vocabulary within a text.

As part of our English unit, the children had to write a set of instructions using adverbs of time and imperative verbs. The aim was to draw out our plan and write the instructions using the grammatical features.

well done to all the children who have taken part in the multiplication test so far. We have another week ahead of the test so good luck to all this week.

Our week in Hawkstone

We have had another busy week.
Our stars of the week are:

Molly for her fantastic subject knowledge in maths.

Grace for her perseverance in pe, even when she found it hard, she never gave up


In art this week we made our own stencils and created art with our initials based on typography.

In science we made circuits with buzzers, motors and light bulbs .

During our pe session Kwick cricket, we learnt how to hold a bat properly and hit the ball off a tee.

Another pe session was sports day practice we will be having another session on Thursday.

For our computing session, we have been learning all about turtle academy whete we have been learning algorithms to control our turtle.

To finish science, we made switches to help us  light up a bulb by closing the circuit.

Dementia Awareness Week

This week we will be taking part in Dementia  Awareness Week

We are well on our way to becoming a ‘Dementai Friendly School’ and the journey so far has been both inspirational and informative.

This week is our Dementia Awareness Week at Holy Trinity and we have several things happening.

  1. We will be selling badges in school for £1, the badge is of a forget -me-not and all money raised will go to Alzheimer’s Society:

A forget-me-not is a small blue flower that represents remembrance.

People with dementia may experience memory loss, among other symptoms. This makes the forget-me-not the perfect flower.

If you would like a badge please speak to your class teacher.

2. We have the official opening of our ‘Garden of Hope’ where we have a special section dedicated to Dementia with a selection of blue flowers and forget-me-nots. We have invited residents from New Fairholme Nursing Home and local companies who have kindly donated to help us officially open the garden. Once opened, we will be inviting parents and carers to visit – Date to be confirmed for parents and carers.

3.  Across the school we will be making homemade blue flower bouquets to take to New Fairholme Nursing Home for the residents to keep. These flowers not only represent Dementia but the growing bond the children have.

Thank you for your continued support and if you have any questions about Dementia or this wonderful charity we are supporting – please visit their website:



A week in Hawkstone Class

We have been very busy week this week and all children have worked exceptionally hard in all areas of the curriculum.

In maths, we have been learning more about time, we used mini clocks to support our learning when finding time in minutes and seconds and the duration of an event.

Our unit is Geography is coastal areas of the UK. This week we looked at the effects of erosion and discussed whether we would like to live near a coastal area.

This piece of work is presented beautifully and outlines the different effects of erosion.

In Art this week, we planned our own typography art using a single letter. From this, we will be creating a print art piece and then evaluating it.

The children wrote book reviews on books that they read for pleasure. We discussed the plot, characters, whether it was fiction or non-fiction and who they would reccomend the book to.


Well done Hawkstone Class

Welll done to Abbi who is our star of the week for her fantastic contribution as a worship leader.

In pe this week, we have been learning how to stop and pivot, landing on a foot and not letting it off the ground.

in Kwick cricket, we have been throwing a ball overall at the wicket, we then used our long barrier to stop the ball.

We have started our new science unit -Electricity. First we needed to understand the difference between battery and mains power, then sort appliances into the correct group. We then discussed electric cars and rechargeable batteries.

In English this week, we have been learning more about the rainforest, one session was to learn more about sloths. We created a fact file all about the life of a lazy sloth.

We began the week with a worship based of the value of Hope. We looked at the bible story Jesus calms the storm. We then discussed the Hope Jesus offered to the disciples through the storm.

Our week in Hawkstone class

Well done to our star of the week Isla. ⭐️

Isla has been working on her handwriting joins and letter size, she has produced a wonderful description of the rainforest.

In art this week we have been exploring typography and created our initials with different resources.

In worship this week, we focused on the values of Joy and  Perseverance, where we looked at the parable of the lost sheep and picture news about never giving up.

In music, we have been using the glockenspiels and understanding the different keys. We then sang the chorus of black bird by the Beatles.


Fact of the Day:

Paul McCartney wrote this song is about civil rights for African Americans in support of the Black Power movement.

Recent Siams report 2024

Dear Parents and Carers, 

Following on from our SIAMS inspection in March, please find attached a copy of our final report, which we are extremely pleased to share with you.

Siams report 2024

If you have any questions regarding the report please do not hesitate to speak to your child’s class teacher in the first instance.


Our week in Hawkstone class

Our star of the week is Maria, she has settled well into our class and has worked hard to compete all home work set.

This week, we have been working hard in all areas of the curriculum.
In french, we have been taking part in role play asking our partner questions and telling then how we feel.

We had a visit from Booka bookshop who shared new and upcoming authors with us. We have the chance to buy the books- forms were sent out and need to be back in by Friday 26th  April.

In netball this week, we focused of stride stop and how to pivot, we recapped on our passes to help us.

In comprehension,  we have been using a dictionary to help us find definitions for key vocabulary, these words are lined to the different texts we read.