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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.
Some great half term ideas from the Children’s University here! 👀
Needing more ideas for half term fun? On Wednesday 20th, between 1-3pm, The Dorman Museum are hosting a workshop where children will have the opportunity to do a life size drawing of themselves in a jazzy outfit! 💃🕺 £1 per child 😊
Looking for more half term ideas? There is a free African drumming session every Saturday morning at Middlesbrough Town Hall from 10-11!
We made beautiful flags and Miss Robertson read us some Scottish books!
Miss Robertson’s class in action 🎶🏴
Mrs Harris’s class in action 🎶
Year 1 have had a fantastic Katie Morag day! 🏴 We had lots of fun, singing and dancing🎤🎼The children looked wonderful dressed up!
Children in Mr Kirby-Bowstead's class had a great time making Roman shields with their parents and carers!
We love spending time in the school library. There are so many great books to look at and share with our friends.
Congratulations to George and Charlie for building the tallest tower which stood at 1 metre 17 cm.
Year 5 would like to thank all the parents who came to our bridge building challenge on Tuesday. Congratulations to Jessica and Mum who built the longest bridge which was over 6 metres.
It’s KS2’s turn - conga time! 🎶🎶
Our KS1 disco is well underway, with all sorts of animal dancing going on! 🦈🐊🐘
You have until the end of the school day on Friday to send us your views and enter our competition! 📚👀
Here are the winners of our Reception 'Junk model challenge' afternoon! Thank you so much to our parents for such a fantastic afternoon.
Year 3RC thoroughly enjoyed our open afternoon. Thank you to all the adults that came and made Roman shields with us!
We have so many creative children and parents in Reception!
Junk model challenge afternoon in Reception.
Junk modelling fun in Reception. Thank you so much to all our families for joining our open afternoon. The creativity shown was amazing!
The boys in Base 1 love reading and talking about their favourite books!
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