Beeches (Y6)

Mr Hawdon


Welcome to Beeches

Our teacher is Mr. Hawdon!

In year 6 we believe in working hard, whilst having fun. We hope you enjoy visiting our class blog.



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Important information:

Homework will be given out on a Friday and returned the following Thursday (Maths, Grammar and Reading Comprehension)

Spellings are expected to be practised regularly over the week.

P.E. is on a Tuesday – children are expected to have their kit to participate (P.E. kit will be taken home after use and not left on school premises).

Swimming is on a Friday morning –  children are expected to have their kit to participate (Swimming kit will be taken home after use and not left on school premises).

If your child is having a school lunch please ensure that payment is brought in at the beginning of the week.



Number Ninjas!

A HUGE well done to 10 of our Year Six children who represented the school in a maths competition. They competed against six other schools; they had to use their knowledge of number, rapid recall skills and love of maths (!) to solve a range of puzzles.    Well done...

‘Craftie’ Afternoon in the Beeches

Yesterday we hosted a craft session where our families were invited along. We made Christmas tree decorations to sell at the school Christmas Fayre. We managed to develop our sewing skills! A huge thanks to our families for all their support and help. Watch this space...

Beeches Blog Friday 27th November

This week has been another successful week; with Mr Mason we continued our work on Classical Rocks by learning about Edvard Grieg, a composer who wrote In the Hall of the Mountain King. This is the music for Alton Towers. We re-told the story of Peer Gynt, which the...

Beeches Autumn 2 Week 3

This week has been 'Take Care of Yourself Week'. We created a class charter which highlights our rights, roles and Mrs H's roles. We wrote a letter to David Cameron, which highlighted the rights that are being denied of some children in the World. Some of us...

Children in Need – Beeches Style!

Lots of fun was had in the Beeches on Friday. Firstly, we came to school dressed as our ‘Super Hero’ (take a look at the picture!) then we participated in an enterprise product. ‘Lord Sugar’ set us a challenge…we needed to invent a product which would make life...

Beeches Blog 2.11.15

Phew! Another really busy week in the Beeches. We have completed character descriptions of Mr Victor Hazel from Danny the Champion of the World. Mrs H was really pleased with these. Next week..setting description! In maths we 'nailed' improper fractions and mixed...

Autumn 2 – Mrs Hocking’s Blog

Morning Beeches, I hope you have had a lovely half term break and you are all well rested. We’ve got an exciting half term coming up…in literacy we will be using Danny the Champion of the World as a stimulus for our narrative focus; glorious fractions in maths(!) and...

Bridges made of pasta?

Yes, but only in the Beeches tough. Thank you Mr.Mason for helping the Beeches make pasta and marshmallow bridges as part of our Lord Armstrong topic - great time had by all!

Week 6 in The Beeches

Another busy, but fun, week in the Beeches. Our BIG WRITE this week enabled us to plan and write a non-chronological report about rivers. We learnt and used a range of vocabulary. You might be asking why rivers? As part of our creative curriculum we are learning about...

Week 5 in the Beeches

This week in maths we have looked at subtraction and now understand how to use a formal method and the inverse. We have ‘aced’ figurative language and all of us now use personification. Christmas cards are coming early! As part of a whole school project, we made our...

Class Council

Well done to Abbie and Dan who have been voted, by their peers, to represent the Beeches as part of the Class Council. Beeches, why not use the website to add some suggestions?    

What have we been up to?

Hi All Well it’s been another fun-filled week in the Beeches. We practised our IT skills this week by making a platform game using Kudo. We all really enjoyed this. Our Kingswood letters also went home this week and we are busy chatting with our adults at home about...

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