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Class Attendance Awards

Week Ending 30th June 2017

 The classes with the highest attendance are...

EYFS/KS1: 2VJ 97.5%
KS2: 5CB - 100%

Classes with 96% attendance and above:

1CB, 1DS, 2VJ, 3SM, 4HT, 5CB, 5LW, 6GP

Click here to view the school's Absence and Punctuality Policy

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Upcoming Events

Monday 10th July

Yr 4 Arts Rock & Pop Workshop

Tuesday 11th July

Yr 4 Arts Dance Project

Wednesday 12th July

Yr 4 Arts Workshop
EYFS Induction (week 2)
9.00am Realise Futures maths course for parents
1.00pm UKS2 Performance to Yr 5 parents
EYFS/KS1 Realise Futures Parent/Child Art Share

Thursday 13th July

Yr 4 Choir Workshop
EYFS Induction (week 2)
1.00pm UKS2 Performance to Yr 6 parents
6.00pm UKS2 Performance and Yr 6 Awards Presentation -
Yr 6 parents
7.00pm ALT Arts Night at Chantry Academy

Friday 14th July

EYFS Induction (week 2)
1HC (Winners of EYFS/KS1 Attendance Award) to
Pipers Vale Gymnasium
9.00am and 2.30pm Reception Graduations

Monday 17th July

HILLSIDE HISTORY WEEK

Tuesday 18th July

Coffee Morning/Breakfast for parents hosted by
Parent Ambassadors

Thursday 20th July

3.10pm SCHOOL CLOSES FOR SUMMER HOLIDAYS

Latest News

Autumn term curriculum theme letters have been handed out - the links are below, or via the Letters page from the Virtual School Office tab.  Check the year group that your child will be in next year

Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5
Year 6

Ofsted Report - June 2017

Please click on the following links to view Mr Abbott's letter regarding the latest Ofsted Inspection and the Ofsted Report:

Letter from Headteacher

Ofsted Report 2017

Coffee Morning for Parents and Carers
There was a fabulous turnout for the latest coffee morning - approximately 50 parents attended!
Thank you, Parent Ambassadors, for hosting.
The next coffee morning is planned for 18th July.

Family Support Worker Drop-in Sessions

Mrs Leonard, our Family Support Worker, will be available to meet with parents 8.30-10.00am every other Wednesday in "The Lodge" on the KS2 playground, to provide advice and support in a range of subjects, such as parenting, health and wellbeing, divorce and separation, domestic violence and abuse, and raising standards for your child's educational achievements

Hillside Parent Ambassadors

Find out about our Parent Ambassadors and see the minutes of their meetings by clicking here.

The School Day

Automated Gate Times:

KS2 Playground & Maidenhall Approach:
8.28am to 8.40am (after 8.40 entry is via main school office)
2.55pm to 3.25pm

KS1 Playground for Breakfast Club ONLY7.45am to 8.15pm

Please do not push or lean against the automated gates to avoid damage or injury.

Note - The car park barrier will now come down at 8.05am and will need to be managed by the office for any late breakfast clubbers.

Children will exit the school into the KS2 playground at the end of the day too.

Safeguarding and Prevent

If you have concerns about the content of this or any other website; please follow the below link to report to the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP)
The school’s Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) is Mrs Claire Mitchell (Assistant Headteacher - SEN and Inclusion). 

Mrs Jane Leonard (Family Support Worker), Mrs Kelly Leitch (Learning Mentor) and Mr Lee Abbott (Headteacher) are the school's Alternate Designated Professionals for Safeguarding Children.  The link governor for safeguarding is Katy Morrow.

If you have any concerns about a child’s safety, please contact one of these adults via the school office

Educate Against Hate

The DfE has launched a new website which parents and teachers can access to help protect children from radical views. www.educateagainsthate.com offers parents, teachers and school leaders practical advice to protect children from the dangers of extremism, drawing on resources and guidance designed by the government and charities such as the NSPCC and Childnet.

You can find more information relating to Safeguarding and Prevent in our Policies section of this website.

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