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HadlowPrimary School

Happiness, Progress, Success

Term 2


Queen VIctoria

Week 6 - Hadlow News at 3pm - interviews with Julius Caesar

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Week 6 - Mr Caesar, why did you invade Britain (twice!)?

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Week 6 - Hadlow News at 3pm - interviews with Julius Caesar (press photos)

Shadow puppet making workshop with Trinity Theatre education team

PE lesson - dancing to the count of 8 whilst bouncing a ball to the beat

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English - Making up command sentences starting with a bossy verb from the rolled dice.

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Week 3

19th November 2021


Another busy week - we’ve been writing an instruction text in English and recapping our previous learning in maths for addition and subtraction. 


In Art, we have been drawing cave art with Ms Stevens and today it’s been Children in need day, so all the children (and teaching staff!) came to school in their pyjamas or onesies! 


Weather permitting, we will have our Stone Age living outdoor learning day next week. 


Miss Leigh & Ms Stevens

Oak Class teaching team



Week 3 - Stone age cave art

Week 3 - Learning how to draw a numberline

Week 2 

12th November 2021


We’ve had another busy week. This week, in science we are learning about light - and what is a light source and what is a light reflector. 


We commemorated Remembrance Day by making poppies and creating a window display. We learnt about the different coloured poppies and what they are for. 


In maths, we have been partitioning and adding numbers in different ways. In English, we read the Stone Age boy by Satoshi Kitamura and wrote our own stories about going back in time to the Stone Age. We also tackled speech punctuation and how to use adverbs of time in our writing.


Here’s to an equally busy week next week. 


Miss Leigh

Hadlow Primary School 

Week 1

5th November 2021


Remember, remember the 5th of November…..we’ve had a busy first week back in Oak class.


It is history topic term and we had a great prehistoric object handling session - lots of flint objects, fire making equipment, early quern stones to grind corn, Bronze Age shield and jewellery. 


We have been recapping number bonds in maths and created some descriptive Firework poems. 


Home learning targets have gone home today which should help to support the children’s learning in class. 


Here’s to a successful term 2. 


Miss Leigh & Ms Stevens

Oak Class teaching team

Week 1 - Horrible histories - the Stone age to Iron age! Artefact handling

Hadlow Primary School

Hadlow, Tonbridge, Kent, TN11 0EH