Fizzy News

Today Riverview Blog Squad made an excellent explosion outside and had a blast. Below we are going to tell you how you can do this fantastic, amazing experiment at home. Warning, this is a fun but messy and sticky experiment (although it smells tasty!) – try it outside!...
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Our Top 15 Phenomenal Books to Read

To celebrate world book day we each shared our favourite book! Comment below and tell us about your favourite book! My favourite book is ‘Matilda’. It is about a little girl who is very smart and is sent to a school that includes a strict head teacher called...
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RJS Blog Squad Takes Over The WHOLE Blog

We are a group of marvelous, magical, magnificent year 4s. We will write posts that will intrigue you and blow your mind. You will get brilliant posts every single week, such as advice, parts of school life, tutorials, information AND interviews – we have it all! We will...
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Year 5’s Blogging Adventures

This term, because we’re all at home accessing our work via our laptops, tablets and devices, Year 5 have started to learn about Blogging in their ICT lessons, and where better to look to than our very own school blog! We started off by having a look at...
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Wellbeing chart by ELSA Support

Elsa support for wellbeing
Being stuck at home might seem a great idea to begin with but as time marches on, we’re convinced that some people might be affected and start feeling unhappy about the situation. It is normal to feel overwhelmed, anxious and even fearful of the future at a time...
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Sensory Circuits for indoors and outdoors

Another great resource we use at Riverview Junior School is – Sensory Circuits. We use them for children who need help to focus and concentrate in lessons. We also think that, during these unprecedented times, maybe ALL of our children could benefit from a good 10 – 15...
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Tie Dye Art | Get creative with Mrs Bellars

Whilst it’s sunny, get outside and get creative. I want to see who can make the most colourful, summer-inspired pattern, using the tie-dying technique. My two girls (Lily and Grace) have had a go with some old white P.E t-shirts and pillowcases. So let’s see how they got...
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Coronavirus crazy days

Well here we are, our final day at school and everyone is feeling really out of sorts, the children, the teachers, the support staff and even Mr Kendall. We couldn’t have foreseen this when we all came back after the summer break in September and yet, here we...
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