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The school opened its doors for the first time in September 1986 to welcome its first pupils. Hillside’s educational and social atmosphere stems from a dedicated and committed staff, they welcome diversity of the children’s experience, and positive attitudes to all aspects of school life. We are a two-form entry school with 464 pupils on roll. We have an amazing team of 65 staff members also. At Hillside we have the privilege of running a Breakfast Club every morning from 7:50am – 8:50am in our Small Hall. See the school office for booking a place.
We had major building works to improve our classrooms’ learning environment in 2011. Click here to see the Building Work video.
Is to provide every child with the learning experiences that give them the self-belief, diversity of skills and inspiration to follow their dreams.
‘Inspiring the future’
Is to put outstanding education and lifelong learning at the heart of everything we do, by:
Nursery morning children 8:40 – 11:40 and afternoon children 12:20 – 3:20
Reception 8:50 – 3:10 (Gate is open from 8:45)
Phase 1 (Years 1, 2 and 3) 8:50 – 3:15pm
Phase 2 (Years 4, 5, 6) 8:50 – 3:10pm
The doors open at 8.45 am and parents are responsible for the safety of their children until that time. Class doors close by 8:55am. Any children arriving after this time will need to sign in at the Front Office where they will be marked late.
At the end of the afternoon the teachers will deliver the children to the appropriate outside door. If you need more than a few words with your child’s teacher, please make an appointment to speak with them more fully after school when they are not responsible for a full class of children.
Children are allowed to bring in Healthy snacks for break times. This could include fruit, health bars, crackers or breadsticks etc. Crisps and chocolate bars are not permitted. We feel that it is extremely important for our children to have access to water all through the day which is why we have water fountains outside in the playground.
Research suggests that water and keeping children hydrated impacts on learning skills in a really positive way. Please ensure your child brings a water bottle each
day to keep in the classroom. Other flavoured drinks maybe consumed at lunch times.
We aim to have a uniform that is smart, functional, hard-wearing, easy to obtain and maintain. We also hope it will aid the organisation of this large primary school.
Click here to find out how to order school uniform.
Uniform sales are held during the Easter and Summer Holidays.