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2018/19 Fixtures

Thursday 22nd November - Under 11's Dodgeball Festival 14.45pm until 16.45pm @ Inspire Suffolk
Friday 23rd November - Basketball Festival @ Halifax
Thursday 29th November - Boys Football @ Whitehouse
Thursday 13th December - Under 9's Dodgeball Festival 13.30pm until 15.00pm @ Hillside

Boys VS Rushmere Hall

A superb performance against a hardworking Rushmere Hall side. The attacking football from both sides was end to end and both teams could have taken the lead, but it was Hillside that broke the deadlock mid way through the first half.

The goals began to crash in thick and fast as Hillside gained momentum,  Rushmere Hall were not to be under estimated as they also had chances of their own throught the second half.

Well done to the lads and a massive thankyou to the support from parents and teachers!

Boys VS Heath

The boys braved the cold weather in what was a highly entertaining match against Heath Primary.

Heath started the game brightly as they took an early lead after a freak own after a cross from the right hand side was accidently diverted into his own net.

Hillside came back with a goal of their own the captain with a piledriver of a strike flying into the net.

However Heath were back ahead again with a swift move from one end of the pitch to the other, which ended with a neat tap in for the striker.

Hillside never gave up and had chance after chance to get back in the game, but Heath scored again to seal a victory for their team.

A great effort from an always improving team who showed great resilience.

Boys VS Dale Hall

The boys suffered a tough defeat at the hands of one of the favourites for the title.

Hillside never managed to really get going after what turned out to be a footballing masterclass from the opposition.

There were flashes of good play from Hillside who had a few chances. But a special mention to our goalkeeper who put in a heroic desplay to keep Dale Hall at bay on so many occasions throught the game.

A tough day at the office for the boys which we are sure we will learn from.

Boys VS Sprites

A lesson in counter attacking football was learnt against a fast breaking opposition.

A positive Hillside had chances in the first half and managed to hit the post and test out Sprites' goalkeeper, before being caught upfield and scored against.

Sprites again caught Hillside on the attack to double their lead, which the extended further later on into the second half.

Always positives to take away from the game regardless of the score.

Boys VS The Oaks

A fantastic way to finish the season. The lads dug deep to get a great result against top class opposition.

Hillside started the slower of the two teams as The Oaks A took the lead with a fantatsic strike from distance.

The boys stuck together in what turned out to be the result of the season. Another piledriver from the captain got the teamback in the game before great wing play allowed for a 'Gary Linekaresque' finish from close range. A similar finish put the home side further ahead.

The Oaks A pushed for another goal but due to some great goalkeeping from our stand in goalkeeper Hillside were able to hold on for a great victory.

A great culmination to a rollercoaster ride of a season, many thanks to staff, parents and the players for all your help this season.

Mr. Garnham


Year 2 entered into the Norwich PDC Year 2 Football Festival held at Whitton Sports Centre. We took two teams to the festival with Hillside A managing 1 Win and 2 Draws and Hillside B getting 2 Wins and a Draw.

Unfortunately due to bad weather the final set of fixtures had to be postponed. By all accounts the children that represented the school at the age group for the first time ever, were a credit to the school.

Mr. Garnham

Year 3 & 4 attended the School Games Dodgeball Tournament for the first time ever, where we managed 4 wins in 8 matches. All the children had an awesome time down at Inspire Suffolk and showed what playing sport is all about, attitude, team work, resilience and determination.

Well Done Year 3 & 4!

Mr. Garnham


Year 3 & 4 attended the School Games Futsal competition, another first for the school, and managed to win 2 games and draw 1. Again the children were a credit to their school and showed improvement in every game that they played!

Well played boys and girls!

Mr. Garnham


Year 3 & 4 attented for the first time ever year 3 and 4 Quad Kids, held at Inspire Suffolk by our School Games providers. The afternoon was a hot one that the children thoroughly enjoyed. Our highest rank in the whole competition was 9th out of over 300 children along with 11th and a 20th position.

Well done to everyone involved, great attitude throughout the day!

Mr. Garnham


Year 5 & 6 took part in Quicksticks at St. Josephs College on their Olympic standard hockey pitch. The group that attended worked extremely hard for their 2 victories and 1 draw and finally losing in their playoff fixture in a narrow defeat. It was great to see sportmanship throughout the competition and a huge congratulations to those involved!

Mr. Garnham

Year 5 & 6 took part in a round robin competition held at Hillside. Two other schools took part The Oaks and Halifax who both A, B and C teams to the competiton. The A team were undefeated with a win in each of their fixtures, the B team won a game along with the C team who managed to defeat the B team in their league fixture.

Thanks to everyone that was involved it was a truely special afternoon at our first ever Hillside Round Robin Tournament.

A special thank you to Inspire Suffolk for their help with refereeing the fixtures!

Mr. Garnham

Year 5 & 6 took part in a Boys Football Tournament held at Whitton Sports Centre by our School Games Provider. The boys went undefeated and managed to get into the semi final where unfortunately they lost to Kyson. A great performance with a fantastic attitude all round by our player! Well Done Boys!

Mr. Garnham

Year 5 & 6 took part in the Basketball Tournament held at Inspire Suffolk. The Boys and Girls teams worked extremely had and never gave up even when the score was against them! Well done to everyone involved and thank you again to all of the parents for allowing their children to attend.

Mr. Garnham

Year 5 & 6 ventured to Ipswich Rugby Club for the local Tag Rugby event. The group managed to win 4 matches losing narrowly in the others. The group improved with every game and it was fantastic to see confidence growing with each performance, the future is definitely bright when it comes to sport at Hillside. Fantastic Effort!

Mr. Garnham

Year 3 & 4 enjoyed their time at the Tag Rugby Festival at Inspire Suffolk, with some fast paced end to end rugby Hillside managed to win 3 of their matches, which a first time at the competition is a great achievement in itself! Well Done guys! A great attitude shown throughout and some great sportmanship whether they won or they lost! 

Mr. Garnham

Hillside sent 3 boys and 3 girls teams to Cross Country this year for the first time. The boys managed to get a finish just outside the top 20 with over 200 children taking part that is some achievemnet at the first time of asking! Well done to everyone involved and Miss Pang for helping with the children.

Mr. Garnham

A Year 4 & 5 Dodgeball Tournament is currently being arranged so watch this space........

Girls VS Rushmere Hall

The girls eagerly anticipated first game of the season against Rushmere Hall was an absolute cracker.

Hillside had to come from behind twice to win this epic encounter between two well matched teams.

Rushmere Hall went ahead early in the first half latching on a through ball the striker slid the ball under the oncoming gaolkeeper.

Hillside fought back in true Hillside fashion with a goal just before half time a great run from our striker smashing the ball past the goalkeeper to go into half time even.

Rushmere Hall started the brighter of the two teams and went ahead after a mix up at the back gave them space to finish off neatly.

However,  Hillside were not done there, an equaliser was on the cards. No sooner had Rushmere Hall scored, Hillside ran up the other end and equalised to the thunderous applause of the crowd of parents and staff. 

With not much time left Hillside managed to get the ball in the Rushmere Hall area before the ball was smashed into the top corner. 

Well done girls a great effort from all!

Girls VS Claydon

After suffering some heavy defeats in recent weeks, the girls were still in a positive mindset going into the game.

Claydon started the brighter of the two teams, having shot after shot either saved, blocked or smothered away by some fantastic defending from Hillside.

The lead was taken by Claydon, who were having a fantastic half with a precise pass through for the striker to slot the ball into the bottom corner.

The lead was short lived as the Hillside captain managed to smash the ball right footed underneath the goalkeeper to equalise just before half time.

The second half was all Hillside as attack after attack came forward with with some fantastic defending and goalkeeping being the only difference between the tewo teams.

The game finished all square, with both sides gaining a valuable point which allowed Hillside to beat their points total from last year.

Great effort from all involved

Girls VS Whitehouse

Coming soon....

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