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I like Hemlington Hall because they help us and put students first, I love this school because everyone can fit in and no one is alone, I love this school because it can create a better future, I like this…
What I love about my school is that we do French every Thursday and I like learning new words. I also like History and learning about the Ancient Greeks.
I love school because of learning. If we didn’t learn, we wouldn’t have an education. I like my friends and I wouldn’t have any if it weren’t for school. Education decides you older reputation. All school subjects will help you…
I like school because you get to go on new experiences. I like the teachers in this school because they are kind and helpful and they support you during everything. I love all of my friends and teachers. I like…
I love Hemlington Hall Academy because of the activities and the books, I love Hemlington Hall Academy because everything is brilliant.
I like doing our writing challenge work, I like to play outside and sit with my friends at dinnertime, I like my friends and I liked the dinosaur topic.
We love making new friends, going on trips, exploring the outdoor area, busy time, singing; Yoga Bugs, going on the apparatus in PE, moving around the rainbow – we just love school!
I love to play superheroes, I like playing on the bus, I am the bus driver & other people come on the bus, I like dressing up.
We love playing in the writing area and maths. Our sensory room is cool. We love playing with our friends.
Our Headstart journey begins! Andy and James told us all about how to take care of ourselves and good mental health. We have so many children already volunteering to be ‘Headstarters’ and complete the program to be our mental health and well-being champions in school. So proud 🌟
More amazing African animal sketching and shading usIng different pencils in Y3/4 🌍
Y3/4 in Mr Kirby-Bowstead's class have been using different pencils to sketch and shade African animals 🌍
The Base have been busy planting sunflower seeds for our homework. I wonder who can grow the tallest sunflower in our class?
Base butterflies have worked very hard as a team this week to collect the most points, they enjoyed their rocket reward! Keep it up!
What a good turn out for the Year 5 open house and assembly.
A very big thank you to our Governors for organising and leading this fantastic careers event for Y6. It was a huge success and the children are fired up thinking about their futures! Aim for the stars!!🌟
Year 3RC are learning about volume and pitch in science!
A super afternoon for our Year 6 children. Thank you to all our career advisers.
"Find something you love and have faith"
Do we have any budding designers amongst us?
What does the future hold for Year 6? Our Careers Event is off to a wonderful start!
So proud of the outcomes of our SEND Review today! “Inclusion isn’t just a word at Hemlington Hall - you truly live it.”
Year 1 were very lucky this afternoon - they got to sit in a police car and press the horn to hear the siren! It was very loud! We have enjoyed having the police in our school over the last 3 weeks teaching us about how to be a good citizens 🚔👮🏻♂️
Extra! Extra! Read all about it! 👀 Our latest whole school newsletter is available for download on the school website 😊
Planting sunflowers in the sunshine. Our quad is going to look even more wonderful!
A budding artist in Base 2 this morning.
The Little Red Hen inspired some super baking in Reception this morning!
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