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  • Born of Iron Made of Steel The Eston Residents Association book called "Born of Iron Made of Steel" has just gone on sale.The book tells the story of this area from the Iron Age, through to finding of Iron Stone by Bolckow and Vaughan and the growth of this area as one of the major Industrial areas of the country.  There is a secton on Smiths Dock,  The growth of ICI and the industrial complex,  Eston Urban District, many old pictures,  older residents memories and goes right up to present day.  It has taken over a year to put together, and was completed just as the annoucment of the closure of our ~Steel Industry, which is also documented.   The books are on sale priced £9 ...
    Posted 19 Nov 2015, 07:42 by Web Admin
  • Family Focus Day - Christmas Come along with your family and try something new and different:Wednesday 9th December 20154.30 pm - 7.30 pmChristmas CraftsCook Up a Christmas FeastChristmas Karaoke
    Posted 17 Nov 2015, 00:12 by Web Admin
  • Students raising money for Children in Need Students at Hillsview Academy and Sixth Form have been raising money for the much loved charity Children in Need, students were given the option to substitute an item of uniform for a spotty item of clothing or add something spotty to their school uniform for a donation of 50p which will all go to charity.  Students also held a cake sale at break and lunchtime, to raise additional funds for the children's charity.So far students across Hillsview Academy and Sixth Form have raised over £140   
    Posted 13 Nov 2015, 05:28 by Web Admin
  • Casey Chapman - World Kickboxing Chapionships A big well done to Casey Chapman who won 2 Bronze and 1 Silver medal at the World Kickboxing Championships in Germany over the half term break.
    Posted 12 Nov 2015, 08:12 by Web Admin
  • Remembrance Parade On Sunday 9th November 2015, Mrs Strathern was joined by Jonathan Morris (Head Boy and Yasmin Greer (Head Girl) to take part in the Remembrance Parade in Eston, along with Veterans, serving members of the Armed Forces, Emergency Services, Councillors, Residents Associations any many more.The parade left California Youth Club on Guisborough Street, onto Jubilee Road and finishing at the Cenotaph in Eston Square.  The wreath laying ceremony then took place, which was well attended by members of the community.The Head Boy and Girl laid a wreath on behalf of Hillsview and were a credit to themselves, their parents and the Academy.   
    Posted 11 Nov 2015, 08:43 by Web Admin
  • A Song for Teesside Hospice 2015: Thursday 12th November 2015 from 7.00pm A Song for Teesside Hospice 2015Thursday 12th November 2015 from 7.00pmHillsview Academy Creative Arts Department is hosting A Song for Teesside Hospice 2015, a concert in which our students and local primary schools will showcase their musical ability whilst supporting Teesside Hospice. Tickets are priced at £5 each for adults£3 each for children, (accompanied children under 2 free but not allocated a seat).  Tickets are available on the evening and from the school office, enclosing your payment by cheque made payable to ‘Teesside Hospice’ or cash. There will also be other fundraising activities such as a tombola or raffle and refreshments on sale on the evening.We would be delighted to see as many parents ...
    Posted 6 Nov 2015, 02:48 by Web Admin
  • Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar" Our production of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar" moves the action from ancient Rome to a modern military dictatorship around about now, such as in Myanmar today or Argentina a few years ago.  Modelling Caesar on people like General Pinochet, men driven by ambition who ruled with fear, we try to capture what makes Brutus truly "...the noblest Roman of them all". With Jess Metcalfe, Dre Archer, Sophie Thomas, Ciara Wilson, Lily Small, Beth Meadows, Laura Burt, Hannah Driouich, Holly Mecrow, Eliza Potter, Lauren Galloway and Leah Bradley-Twiddale we have twelve superb actors who take us right to the heart of the play.
    Posted 20 Oct 2015, 03:58 by Web Admin
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