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Rainforest facts

January 30, 2017
As part of their theme, Rio de Vida the Y1 children used books to find out information about animals that live in the rain forest.  They then completed the facts on a fact file.
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On your marks… Get set… JOUST!

January 30, 2017
The theme in Reception was "Did Dragons Exist?"  We had learnt all about dragons and castles and knights and their trusty steeds.  Now the time had come to practise our jousting skills.  Lead out the "horses"... Break out the "lances"...  JOUST!
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Reading Week – the Mannequin Challenge

January 25, 2017
It was reading week, and we all talked about our favourite books.  Then we did the mannequin challenge!  We had to stand still in the pose of our favourite character, not moving at all. See if you can work out which characters we are showing...
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Reading Week – Come Read With Me!

January 25, 2017
It was reading week.  We love stories in Early Years, and - even better - the mums and dads and grandmas and granddads and carers could com in to read them! And they all lived happily ever after.
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Reading Week – the Storyteller

January 20, 2017
It was Reading Week at Viewley Hill Academy.  The books were open and the pages fluttering; the book bags were heavily laden with marvellous tomes...  and then came the Storyteller!  He worked with all year groups to tell stories from around the world.
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EYFS and Y6 meet the animals

January 18, 2017
Jay's Animal Encounters came to visit.  There were all sort of scary creatures in school, but the Early Years children were not scared - not with Year 6 there to protect them.  Or was it the other way around?
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Sir Richard is back in Nursery!

January 18, 2017
Gadzooks, he's back again.  That armour is both big and heavy when you're three years old!
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Food bank update

November 25, 2016
There was a fantastic donation of food at Harvest Festival.  The children were pleased to hand several boxes to Middlesbrough Food Bank. It was lovely to receive a certificate back from Middlesbrough Food Bank to say thank you!
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Year Four get the armour on!

November 23, 2016
Year Four's theme was "I am warrior".  As part of their Engage, Sir Richard came again to Viewley Hill Academy.  He explained what the armour was for and how it was made.  Year four found out about how to put it on – and how long it takes! After it was all off again, we tried some of it on.  It was very heavy and not very comfortable.  We thought that School Uniform was probably a better option for everyday wear.
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Children in Need

November 18, 2016
The day came to wear spots.  We got Pudsey-ed up and talked about why we all looked quite the way we did! Children and families responded well to Children in Need day both in the participation and in the generous donations.  There was an especially good showing of lots of home-made outfits this year. We were all seeing spots!
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