Year 3 and 4 visit to Milestones
|The children in Year 3 and 4 visited Milestones Museum in Basingstoke in September to support their current topic of 'World War 2 Evacuees'. In addition to dressing as evaucees, they were able to experience life as it was in the 1940's including squeezing into an Anderson Shelter and visiting a sweet shop to buy sweet rations!|
Aaron Phipps visits Hawley Primary
Wheelchair Rugby Paralympian, Aaron Phipps visited Hawley Primary School in September to talk to the children about his life and experiences at London 2012. Losing his legs and fingers after contracting Meningitus as a teenager, he talked about how he rebuit his life, first getting involved in wheelchair marathons before making the move to wheelchair rugby. His talk was inspirational and he left us with his favourite saying " You make you own choices and create your own opportunities".
Year 4 Visit the Gordon Brown Centre
|For three glorious sunny days in May, our year 4 children experienced their first school residential visit at the Gordon Brown Centre in Rotherwick. During their stay they enjoyed orienteering, bush craft and pond dipping and some even slept in tippees. As always the children made us all very proud with their excellent behaviour and manners. Well done Year 4.|
Year 5 visit Stone Farm April 2013
In April 2013 the Year 5 children visited Stone Farm in Devon for a week of fun, farm jobs and visits to local attractions. As well as tending to the new born animals, they visited Plymouth Aquarium, had a taste of life a century ago at Morwellham Quay and enjoyed the biomes at the Eden Project in addition to having lunch a Stonehenge on the journey home. The children all behaved impeccably and made veryone at Hawley very proud.
Comic Relief Day and Hawley's Got Talent
Thank you for your tremendous support for Comic Relief day and Hawley's Got Talent! A total of £409.55 was raised on the day in addition to £300 raised through the purchase of red noses. Half of the proceeds went to Comic Relief and half to the Magical Taxi Tour Charity which takes terminally ill children to Disneyland Paris. The children were delighted with their efforts ; a huge thank you goes to Ruby Britten, Brogan Eppey, Anisha Riggs and Skye Gourley for organising Hawley’s Got Talent and to Matthew Hannon, Oliver Dyne, Zack Lanes and their team for organising the sponsored event on the field and the selling of noses! Well done to Nathan Sweet who managed to stay silent and to Farrah Maddox who bounced around school on her space hopper ALL DAY! Everyone had a great day and all for a good cause too!