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Hawthorns in the Community

On this page you will see activities that the children have taken part in, within the local community.

Tameside Toy Appeal 2023 

In November, Hawthorns school became a Tameside Toy appeal drop-off location for the Audenshaw area.   The idea to support the Toy appeal came from our School/ Eco council meeting held in October.  On Monday 13th December, representatives from Tameside Toy appeal and Tameside Radio came to collect the donations and also interview children from our School and Eco councils.

Holocaust Memorial Day 2023

Hawthorns school was one of six special school in Tameside who have worked collaboratively, with the Lakes Care Centre in Dukinfield to create an art installation to commemorate the Holocaust (1933 – 1945), with the support of Tameside Arts and Cultural services. The installation brings the children’s creative thoughts on the Holocaust to life, in the form of a mannequin of Anne Frank made with extracts from her famous diaries. The art installation has been called “Every Voice Matters” For more information about the art installation, click here.

Litter-Pick in Guide Bridge

Children from across the school, including our Eco council took part in litter-picking during the Great British Spring Clean. The area for this particular litter-pick was in Guide Bridge.