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Annie Jr. production is a sell out success!

See cast photos from our production of Annie Jr. below. Nevill Road Junior’s decision to put on a full scale stage musical has been rewarded with three sell-out shows. The pupils of Nevill Road Junior School’s Performance Club have staged annual productions for a number of years but this year pulled off their most ambitious show yet – a full production of the musical Annie
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All dressed up for Book Day

On World Book Day, an unusual turn of events came to Bramhall, as it was snowing when everyone came to school dressed as their favourite book characters. There was a large assortment of characters, including Barbie & Ken, Cruella Da VIlle, Some Mad Hatters, Captain Haddock, Maleficent, Kili, BFG, an Ice Dragon, some Hermiones and a Demon Dentist. Everyone was having a blast, playing in
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World Book Day photos

The children and teachers joined in the fun to celebrate World Book Day on 6th March by coming to school dressed as their favourite book characters. Each class got to vote to choose their favourites, which must have been very difficult. Lots of effort had clearly gone into making the outfits and there were some new ideas this year to add to the traditional
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The Holy and the Ivy!

By Isaac and Kathryn The Nevill Road Junior School choir went to St. George’s church on 1st December to sing carols with other schools to their parents. There were around 400 children and 800 grownups so there were around 1200 people in the whole church! The choir sang incredibly well and worked really well. Thanks to Mrs Humphreys and Mrs Middleton for directing and
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A Poppy Display for Remembrance Day

By Isaac and Kathryn On the 11th November at 11 o’clock the First World War ended and always at 11o’clock, nearly the whole kingdom has two minutes silence to remember all the people that risked their lives for us to be free. At Nevill Road Junior School, we have made a display of poppies in the entrance hall to mark the occasion. Mrs Dale
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Children in Need Day

By Poppy and Tianna In November the entire school turned up in pyjamas, onesies or something spotty to raise money for Children in Need and Millie’s Trust. There was a minimum donation of 50p each and the money was equally split between Children in Need and Millie’s Trust. After school there was a café which also raised money. We asked Miss Whittle what she
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Halle Orchestra Adopt-a Player Blog

By Tianna, Katy and Poppy Some children from year 5 and 6 took part in the Adopt-a-Player project where they used instruments to create a composition and perform it in front of an audience. Musicians from the Halle Orchestra came to schools to help them. There were four schools that took part, Nevill Road, Pownall Green, Queensgate and Bramhall High itself. Monday 14th October
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Ducks Take to the Water

By Katy and Poppy In September, Nevill Road Schools had their annual duck race and many prizes were won. The duck race is held every year at Bramhall Park, the park just down the road from the school and is organised by one of the mums Katie Smith and a dad Gary Madeley. The prizes include: first 16 places, last place and best name
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From the Teachers’ Point of View

By Kathryn, Sophie, Tianna and Joseph There has been a lot of new teachers coming into Nevill Road, so this year, the Media Group thought they would interview some of the teachers to find out what it is like from their point of view. At the end of September/beginning of October they interviewed some of the teachers including; Mr Cardwell, Miss Styan, Miss Wilson,
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Our Harvest Performance

By Tianna and Joseph In September, Nevill Road Juniors took part in a harvest assembly. It was well organised, cheerful and a very interesting performance. Everybody in the school enjoyed it and everyone got involved. Year three sang a song about the different times in harvest, year four did a short play which showed us where food came from, year five wrote a series
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