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On Friday 18th May, Whitecliffe celebrated the Royal Wedding by having our own Wedding! it was a wonderful day! We had a street party in the playground with traditional British desserts and party food created by our children. A big well done to everyone involved, especially Harper and Jacob! Here are some photos!
Our children were treated to a production of ‘Wind in the Willows’ by Kenneth Grahame, as part of our ‘World Book Day’ celebrations. Some of our children were stars in the production and tried their hardest at performing as characters in the iconic story. Our children were so inspired by the production they continued to bring the story alive in their classrooms through their art, writing and more!
Being the best we can be by daring to be great.
Tuesday 19th December
We had an amazing visit from a Magician! He performed so many magic tricks and the children were in awe of his routine. It was a wonderful day for our School and a well-deserved treat after all of our hard work this term!
Monday 18th December
This week, the children of Whitecliffe Academy went to see the incredible, ‘Treasure Island’ at Middlesbrough College. It was an amazing show and all of the children thoroughly enjoyed their annual visit to the Pantomime. For some of our children, it is their first Pantomime- so it is very special!
Friday 11th November
To raise awareness throughout School, every pupil thought about how to they use water and how they can prevent wasting water. Each child wrote how they plan to save water on a water-drop and our EYFS children used the water-drops to create a river throughout our School.
29th September 2017
On Friday, Whitecliffe Academy had the most wonderful ‘Coffee Afternoon’ to raise money and awareness for
Macmillan Cancer Support. With the massive help of our Whitecliffe parents, we raised an amazing £424!
15th September 2017
What a Snozzwoggling event was had at Whitecliffe Academy on Friday!
Having listened to a story all week about ‘Billy and the Minpins’ (Roald
Dahl’s last book), the children have enjoyed a range of activities based
on the story: creating posters, warning of dangerous creatures in the
Forest of Sin the Minpins to walk up, down and even upside down on
their trees and designed new hats for the Minpins – they really like to
All the work the children have done,was shared in assembly on Friday,
along with their awesome, eye-catching costumes. It looked amazing.
This is one Roald Dahl day that will be remembered for a long time!