How to be a Golden Tie

Mr James Kendall
One of the most revered positions in the school is that of the Golden Ties, pupils who have proven themselves to be the perfect role models for our school. Towards the end of Term 6, a boy and a girl will be chosen from each Year 5 class...
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Riverview Junior School Core Values

Core Values Superhero minds
Riverview Junior School has five core values that every child aims to get. We have an assembly that takes place on a Monday afternoon and wristbands are given out to the children who have been nominated by their teachers. The core values are Resilience, Excellence, Respect, Teamwork and...
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An interview with Mrs Wilmshurst the school cook

Mrs Wilmhurst school cook
Mrs Wilmshurst, the Riverview Junior School cook, could be considered one of the most important members of staff, after all, she feeds us every day and makes sure our school dinners are nutritious and tasty. Food is a very important part of our day and Mrs Wilmshurst does everything...
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Guess how much we raised for Cancer Research?

Cancer Research fundraiser
On Thursday 29th March 2018, three girls from Riverview Junior School decided to raise money for Cancer Research UK. The girls were very conscious that cancer affects probably every family within our school. It affects the young, the very young and the old; cancer stops at nobody. There...
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Good To Be Green

Good to be green
Good To Be Green is something we do in our school to improve the behaviour of the students in our school. We have six stages in Good to be Green. These are: warning, break time detention, lunchtime detention, two lunchtime detentions, three lunchtime detentions and an internal exclusion....
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Riverview ROCKS! (maybe) – a short story by Bessie 5P

Riverview Junior School
One bright, sunny morning at Riverview Junior School, a treacherous day was approaching quickly. In the morning, when everyone was waiting in the joyful, happy sun Luke Davidson from 5p (the role model that all of the younger kids looked up to, definitely a future golden tie) was...
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How does the RJS behaviour system work?

Good to be Green
Good to be green The school behaviour system is made up of 4 parts and is known as Good to be Green. Fully green, half turned, yellow and red. In this blog you will be told how each part works and how you get to that card. Fully...
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