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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.
Can you guess what we might be making in Reception on Monday?
Year 1AR have been learning about the artist Andy Goldsworthy. We went outdoors to create our own land art out of natural materials 🌿🌸🌲🦋 Very creative ideas!
EYFS have had so much fun outdoors this afternoon!
What a set of Superstars! They’ve rocketed round the rainbow with their fantastic work this week! Keep it up! 🌟
Year 6 foraging for food in order to survive....
Creating their island...
Disaster @Hemlingtonhall Shipwrecked out at sea! Can our children make it across the sea to safety to the island? Sharks and piranahs everywhere😂
Happy End of SATs! 😆 We could not be more proud of our children. Tomorrow we are going to have a fab day outside. Please can our Y6 children come in their own clothes, suitable for tomorrow's weather - not as warm as the last few days so bring something warm. 🙃
Getting outside and learning about the Royal Family in Base 2.
Y5JW have worked really hard and persevered when making their moving toys.
These wonderful Year 1 children completed this weeks spelling challenge - practicing their spellings by cutting out the letters from magazines and newspapers ⭐️✂️ Well done!
☀️The sun is shining! The future is bright for our fantastic Y6. Let’s make today count and move on with making wonderful Primary School memories! 🌟
🤗Y6 blew me away again today! Such tenacity when faced with some challenging maths problems. Only one more day to go! Keep shining!! 💎
Beautiful leaf rubbings in Year 1 🌿🍃🍀🍁
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