Last week, some of the School Council and House Captains took the opportunity to visit a real, working courtroom, to bring the law to life. We learnt about citizenship, the law and their rights and responsibilities. The children took part in a
The Eco Committee have been working hard designing and making a poster to highlight ‘The Lost Recyclables’ - items that can’t be recycled in our normal household rubbish but can be recycled locally. If you would like to find out mor
The School Council welcomed friends from Frogmore Junior School to find out about their work implementing the Rights Respecting curriculum into their school. It was really interesting to see how knowledgeable the children were about their right
The Junior Road Safety Officers organised a Be Bright Be Seen Day for the children to encourage them to dress in bright, fluorescent and reflective clothing to ensure that they can be seen as the nights get even darker.
The JRSO team had such a ha
We had a fun-packed day, dressing up in yellow, spotty clothes. All of the classes were decorated to celebrate. We decorated biscuits and had faces painted. What a great day for such a worthy cause.
On behalf of the
Halloween has come early to Hawley this year! A group of children visited our friends at Camberley Woods Assisted Living Facility. We are unsure who had the most fun...Miss Wall and Miss Cansdale or the children!
Thank you so muc
To celebrate Harvest, all of Hawley Primary walked to Holy Trinity Church to join together and perform a range of harvest songs and poems. Thank you to all of the families who generously donated to our Harvest collection. The produce was
On Friday, 6th October, all the KS1 children visited Marwell Zoo to learn more about African animals. The weather was fantastic and we had a great day out! Elephant class favourite were the giraffes, followed by the tiger and possibly the rhino
On Wednesday 4th October, year 3 & 4 visited Butser Ancient Farm to find out more about life in the Stone Age. We really enjoyed smashing up chalk with holly mallets and mixing it up with water, soil and dry leaves and grass. This made the daub t
On Monday 2nd October, Year 5/6 went to visit Winchester Science Centre to support their learning for their topic ‘Reach for the Stars’. The children and adults alike had the best time - with the Planetarium being a big hit for all.