Author Archives: Sharlene Hamilton

  • Healthy Schools Week

    We have been celebrating Healthy Schools Week at Hawley. In Year 1, we have been learning about healthy eating and made ourselves a healthy snack. We used rice cakes, houmous, cream cheese and vegetables to make faces. Can you spot animals, birds, people and aliens?

  • Year 2

    Year 2 has entered the Royal Mail Hero’s of the pandemic stamp competition. We brainstormed all the Covid hero’s and researched images (from Marcus Rashford to Refuge collectors)of them from the internet. We drew them in outline and then carefully coloured them in. Finally we painted a rainbow background.

  • Year 1

    Year 1 went for a walk to Rochester Terrace Gardens to look for signs of spring. We saw blossom on trees and bushes, new leaves growing and lots of sunshine. We also heard the birds singing. We drew very carefully from far away and up close.

  • Something Special Happens…

    “Something Special Happens” was a song written for Camden. Hawley took part in the making of the video. Y4 performed it fabulously with choreography from Charlie and singing lessons from Olga. You can see the video by clicking on the link

    https://camdenmusic.org/

  • Hello Hawley Magazine!

    Issue 3 of Hello Hawley has been uploaded. You can find it on the “Parents Info” tab

  • Christmas has arrived at Hawley.

    Our Year 6 children were delighted to take part in the annual Christmas Tree dressing with our Head Teacher Anne.

  • Crazy Hair Day!

    What a great way to end Anti-Bullying Week. 20.11.20

  • Black History Month

    The caterers that provide our School Dinners put on a lovely Black History Day lunch. This consisted of Jerk Chicken and Rice, Jellof Quorn Rice, Sweet Corn & Peas Mixed Vegetable. For dessert we had a choice of Chocolate and Vanilla Cupcakes topped with a slice of Banana or Tropical Fruit Platter. Thank you Caterlink, it was delicious! 11.11.20

  • Hawley remember the Fallen Soldiers

  • Year 1

    Year 1 have been looking at paintings by Lancelot Ribeiro. He was an Indian modern artist who came to live in London. The children sketched a view of the London skyline and then painted it in this style. They practised using their paintbrush very carefully.