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  • Tour de Yorkshire - Hillsview Choir Performs Live You see a bike race , we see an opportunity to be inspired , you see a soggy wet cold day , we see resilience and determination in the face of adversity , you see a stage , we see our future hopes and dreams turn into reality .You see a crowd , we see proud parents enjoying their childrens' success.The love of #education is not just found in higher education where most view it as a choice and not a necessity, the love of education is born at the lowest level. Our school is more than just a building to house education. Our school is often the very cornerstone of a community. Inside that school are the children of tomorrow. Inside those walls, children ...
    Posted 2 May 2016, 13:04 by Web Admin
  • BBC Tees Radio - Hillsview Academy Choir The HIllsview Academy Choir strutting their stuff on BBC Radio Tees.
    Posted 29 Apr 2016, 03:55 by Web Admin
  • The Road featuring Hillsview Academy Hillsview Academy ChoirPerforming 'The Road'with Alistair GriffinThe newly formed Hillsview Academy Choir have been hard at work performing the official Tour de Yorkshire theme tune 'The Road', in preparation for their live performance at Centre Square, Middlesbrough (near MIMA) on Sunday 1st May at 10:55am.On Thursday 21st April, the students worked rigorously alongside singer-songwriter and musician Alistair Griffin and his team.  They even managed to find the time to record their own music video which can be seen below.The group will be performing live on the Community Stage in the Town Centre at 10:55 am if you get the opportunity to go along and see them.  The Tour de Yorkshire Festival will ...
    Posted 27 Apr 2016, 05:44 by Web Admin
  • Chelsea's Choice - Year 8 Parent/Carers YEAR 8 PARENTS/CARERSRedcar & Cleveland Safeguarding Children Board invite you to a twilight session of CHELSEA’S CHOICE Wednesday 20th April 2016 6.00pmRye Hills SchoolRedcar LaneRedcar ‘Chelsea’s Choice’ is a hard-hitting, 35 minute long Applied Theatre Production that has proven highly successful in raising awareness amongst young people of the issues surrounding Child Sexual Exploitation. The play is followed by a 25 minute session exploring the issues raised in the play. For adult audiences this production will:Raise Awareness of ‘The Warning Signs of CSE’Raise Awareness of the journey that young people may have been on that has resulted in them being exploited – a journey that can all too easily make it ...
    Posted 14 Apr 2016, 01:33 by Web Admin
  • Acting Workshop Success - with Actor Alistair Brammer With experiential learning in mind, Drama teacher, Stephanie Lowe, organised for professional Actor Alistair Brammer to visit Hillsview Academy for an afternoon working with students with an interest, passion and talent for Drama. Having starred most recently in the BBC series of Casualty and with huge West End Credits, his fame and humility inspired the students. Aspiration is key to success, and we at Hillsview are keen to model this for the students. With the workshops coinciding with the Options Evening at Hillsview, it was a superb opportunity for the students to make the connection between the subject choices they make and the subsequent journey it will lead them on. The students appeared to gain a lot from the experience ...
    Posted 23 Mar 2016, 13:16 by Web Admin
  • Hillsview's Magnificent Seven A magnificent seven Hillsview students represented Redcar and Cleveland Area Football team on Saturday 5th March. The team successfully won the Buckle Trophy with victories over teams from Middlesbrough, Stockton and Hartlepool. A magnificent performance by all of the team who were a credit to their schools in both attitude and ability.Congratulations to;Jack Lee (captain)Brad StephensonSpencer BacheTom HannanBen RankinLewis CaswellRobbie Allanand to the managers of the team Mr Dacombe and Mr Taylor who expertly guided the team to victory.
    Posted 7 Mar 2016, 23:53 by Web Admin
  • Duke of Edinburgh - Bronze Award On Saturday 5th March, we had our first practice walk for our new Bronze participants.  It was looking highly unlikely to be going ahead due to some inclement weather on the Friday, but it improved enough to allow us to go out.After a delay of around 30 minutes - apparently Thomas Meadows really loves his sleep - we set off for Osmotherley with 11 students and 5 staff. Some of the students were really out of their comfort zone but we never had a complaint the whole day! The muddy conditions underfoot and cold wind certainly made it interesting for them.All the students involved were a tremendous credit to the academy, well done!Thomas MeadowsNicholas RichinsElisha WingCourtney ...
    Posted 7 Mar 2016, 03:01 by Web Admin
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