Welcome to Hazel Class

Welcome to our class page.  Please check back regularly to see what we have been learning in Year 6.

Mrs Norris


Hazel Class Meet and Greet


Please click the link below to read or print this term's curriculum outline:

Bienvenido a Mexico


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Heckington 100

As part of Heckington 100, Hazel Class have been researching and creating different art forms and skills that show our respect and remembrance of all those involved in WWI. 

Below is the link to our full video documentary. 


In addition to this, Hazel Class have made some beautiful poems! These will be displayed in the church so please go along and have a read. 


Creating websites using HTML tags!

During our computing lessons this term, we have been studying and learning HTML tags. Now, we have been able to create Mexican websites using tags. 

Click on the links below to see our website pages! 

https://thimbleprojects.org/norrisy6/562299  - Thomas and Elsie


https://thimbleprojects.org/norrisy6/562302   - Sophie and Grace


https://thimbleprojects.org/norrisy6/562304   - Harriet and Eva


https://thimbleprojects.org/norrisy6/562307  - Darecy and Alex


https://thimbleprojects.org/norrisy6/562313   - Kiera and Alfie


https://thimbleprojects.org/norrisy6/562315  - Holly and Megan


https://thimbleprojects.org/norrisy6/562317  - James and Elliotte


https://thimbleprojects.org/norrisy6/562319  - Jessica and Evelina


https://thimbleprojects.org/norrisy6/562321  - Dan and Charlie


Year 6 Make a Mexican Feast

Year 6 have been researching and making Mexican food as part of their Mexico topic. The children first investigated what makes a healthy and balanced diet within Mexican culture. As part of our design and technology project, the children then looked for a dish that looked tasty and inspired them. 

In groups, the children brought their ingredients in and then made their Mexican treats for parents to be our taste testers. 

Were you brave enough to try the food? 


Day of the Dead Masks

Hazel class have been learning about Mexican culture as part of our ‘Hola Mexico’ topic; the ‘Day of the Dead’ is in an important festival celebrated every year to honour and remember their loved ones. It is a joyous and happy celebration! The children have created information posters that will tell interesting information: the festival is to honour those who have died; during the celebrations, favourite food of their loved ones will be left out; candles are lit to welcome spirits back into the realm of the living;  and music is often played - with some people wearing noisemakers on their costumes - to help wake up the dead and keep people feeling happy.

To make our masks we first drafted our designs on paper. Once happy with the look, we mapped our patterns with pencil and then decorated with ink pens. It is much harder than it looks!


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