Hawk Memories!


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Hello Hawk,

First of all, I would like to say that I am very proud of each and every single one of you. Since I became your teacher in January, I have seen you all grow in so many ways.

You have worked so hard and been on such a journey, particularly over the past few months! Your dedication and commitment to your learning has been inspirational. I could not have wished for a more, caring, comical and lovely class. We have had many laughs together and I have enjoyed teaching you all.

Remember, when you are greeted with a challenge – persevere. Nothing worthwhile comes easy in life. You have to work hard for it. Challenge is good! Challenge is what makes us grow as individuals. If you put your mind to it, you can do it.

One last message from me. Remember, when you are at Secondary School: Do your best, be your best and I know you can achieve your best.

We hope to all get together next term (hopefully if circumstances allow us to) and say a proper good bye!

Lastly, thank you to all parents and carers for your support this year. It has been a pleasure to be a part of your child’s learning journey in Year 6.

Good luck everyone. Bye for now.

Miss Kumar



As you near the end of your time at primary school, I want to wish you every success for the future.

It is not the ending, I’m sure, that you imagined or would have wished for but despite the most recent difficult times, you have faced the challenges with determination and perseverance. Well done!

You have achieved so much this year and should feel very proud.

It’s been a privilege to support you and to be a small part of that learning journey.

As you embark on the next chapter remember, continuing to work hard will get you anywhere you want to see yourself in life.

Have a wonderful summer.

Wishing you lots of exciting and fun times in Secondary School.

Mrs W.

Hi guys, I wish you all every success in year 7. I loved being with you all in year 5 and was so lucky to be back with you on a Thursday in year 6. I have such lovely memories of you all. You were my first main class in selsdon primary. I will always remember MG and the amazing solo singing he did on a Thursday in music. JQ breaking a ruler in puffin class and getting sad so we hid the ruler, EK being a pocket rocket in pe. You are all so special and I am proud of all of you,thank you for being you -never change!

Take care

Miss Mercer


Here is a video of our Year 6 memories:


Here are some of our other memories. What are yours? Please comment below! We will share these with everyone who is at school. 🙂


A message from Hawk Class!

Hi guys!

We are just beginning our third week back at school. Things are still very different to what they used to be; however, we are getting used to it and are enjoying our time back in Year 6! Here is a picture our ‘bubble’. We have others in the next bubble who also say ‘Hi!’ as well.  Here is a picture of some of us incase you have forgotten what we look like!

DOJO OF THE WEEK! –  At school, we have been awarded ‘Dojo Points’ if/when we have been doing the right thing (including being safe).

 Well done to: Mark, who scored 36 points! 

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Here are a few messages from our bubble to you:

RC: “You’re missing out on all of the fun!”

PG: “I am missing you all and I can’t wait to see everyone again”

NP: “I miss you all and I hope you are doing well at home”.

EK: “I hope everyone is safe and I miss everyone”.

SN: “Hi! I hope you are well!”

HC: “I am missing you all and I hope you are keeping safe”.

AU: “Wassup guys!”

RS: “What’s good guys? I hope you are staying safe.”

JQ: “Hi. I definitely miss you. I hope I get to see you again”.

MS: “I hope you are all well”.

CC: “For those of you at home, I hope you are well and I can’t wait to see everyone again!”

WW: “I can’t wait for the gang to be back together again!”

HH: “Hello”

Leave a comment below and we will share it with everyone in our bubble. Let us know what you have been up to!

From: Hawk Bubble





Hello, Hawks!

Hello everyone,

It has been a little while. How are you doing? As many of you know, we started back at school this week. Lots of things have changed; however, we are doing really well with getting used to our new routines at school. Obviously, some of you are still learning from home, so it would be great to hear from you! What have you been up to?

Miss Kumar

Hi Hawks!

Hi Hawks,

How are you? What did you get up on the weekend? I drove out for another long walk and saw some lovely views again. I also enjoyed eating an amazing Victoria sponge cake which my aunty made for me! Other than that, my weekend was quite chilled. Here are some photos from my weekend:

Now- some riddles! Think carefully (these will trick you) and write your answers in the comments. Try to think ‘outside of the box’.

 1. What has a face and two hands, but no arms or legs?

 2. What belongs to you but is used more by others?

  3. I’m full of keys but I can’t open any door.  What am I?

4. What is easy to get into, but hard to get out of?

5. It follows you and copies your every move. But you can’t touch it or catch it.  What is it?


Miss Kumar