Thank you to those who created bus designs to inspire our bus artist- Mr Frost. We took inspiration from Amelia’s (Reception) design for the front of the bus. We all love the Hungry Caterpillar don’t we! For the design on the side of the bus we decided to take inspiration from a book which we […]
I would just like to wish all the pupils at Hillside Primary all the best for the summer holiday and give special thanks and good wishes to all the 2020 school leavers. I wish you all the best for your holiday and for those of you starting a new school in the new term my […]
On behalf of everybody at Hillside, we wanted to tell you how grateful we are for the appreciation and thanks we have received over the last few weeks and months. Although times have been challenging and uncertain, the community of Hillside has been supportive and understanding – thank you. All staff have all been truly […]
To our Hillside community, As the term draws to a close, we reflect on a very strange few months. These have been difficult and uncertain for all, however whether you have been into school in a class bubble, in a keyworker bubble or you have stayed at home we are so proud of the courage and […]
Well, as we approach the end of term we’d like to celebrate with one final home learning showcase newsletter. We have attached some of the wonderful work completed by the children from across the school. The variety of work is fantastic and it looks like the children have thoroughly enjoyed making clay sculptures, science investigations, […]
It’s our final day at Stanley Head and our next group are starting the day with archery. The children are in such good spirits and are having lots of fun. They are going to be taking part in an orienteering trail later and also paddle boarding! We’re so glad that the children were able to […]
It’s our second day at Stanley Head and our next group are very excited to be taking part in archery and paddle boarding today. They are hopeful that they can beat the Stanley Head record of nine children on one paddle board at a time, set by the group yesterday. Parents should be prepared for […]
Our final ‘meet the teacher’ events took place tonight. We loved welcoming our new Year Five and Year Two classes into school. They all enjoyed visiting the ice-cream van and taking part in activities with their new teachers and I’m sure they all loved seeing all their friends again.
The first group have had an amazing morning practising their archery skills and have enjoyed learning how to paddle board this afternoon. There are a few soggy children who may be in need of a hot bath later!