Welcome To Hawker Class

School Closure:
If you are looking for additional ways to support your child at home, please have a look at the list of websites below. Lots of educational wesbites are offering free short-term memberships at the moment.
We have set up a new private Facebook group for the class: Hawker Class 2020
On this group I have shared lots of files. I have also created a Google Drive with files which are all accessible here: Year 1 and Year 2 
Welcome to the Hawker Class website pages! 
It's the summer term.
Childhood topic (history-based)

This project teaches children about everyday life and families today, including comparisons with childhood in the 1950s.

Knowledge & Skills:

Use common words and phrases relating to the passing of time to communicate ideas and observations (here, now, then, yesterday, last week, last year, years ago and a long time ago).

Our first topic in the autumn term was called Beachcombers and was all about the seaside. Ask your child if they can remember what beachcombing means and what else they learned about.
Our second topic in the autumn term was called The Enchanted Woodland and was all about the outdoors and woodland areas. Ask your child what they can remember about this topic. 
Our third topic was called Bright Lights, big city and focused on the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland with an in depth look at London. Can your child remember the events of the Great Fire of London? 
Our fourth topic was Wriggle and Crawl and was about the great world of minibeasts. 
Many thanks,
Mrs Steer & the Hawker Class team 
Other information
We will continue to complete the Daily Mile challenge as well as using the BBC Super Movers and Go Noodle websites to ensure that our pupils have regular movement breaks. 
Please remind your child not to bring toys into school with them.
Important dates:
Term 2
Story Cafe - 9:00    Wednesday 22nd January 
Class Assembly - 14:30   Friday 20th March 
Term 3
Story Cafe - 9:00    Thursday 30th April 
Class Assembly - 14:30   Tuesday 7th July