Just a reminder that Messy Church is on at Hilton Church this Sunday, 23rd Feb from 4pm to 6pm. The theme is hidden treasure, and dinner is meatballs.
Messy Church is an afternoon of fun for all the family and children must be accompanied.
For more details please call 01463 233310 or find us on facebook under http://www.facebook.com/MessyChurchatHilton
All parents/carers are invited to an E-Safety presentation by Robert Quigley from the Highland Council’s Digital Literacy & Online Safety Team. The presentation is open to all parents/carers from ELC to P7 and will take place in the school hall on Tuesday 25th February from 1.30pm-2.30pm.
If you would be interested in attending please inform the school office on 01463 230435.
As it is Safer Internet Day there is no better opportunity than today to talk to your children about Internet Safety.
Below are some handy videos and tips to get you started 🙂
How Can Parents and Carers Talk To Children About Their Online Lives?
Parents and Carers – Conversation starters
Parents and Carers – Family internet safety plan
Parents and Carers – Fun things to do
Remember to also visit our Digital Citizenship/E Safety page for lots of useful information and websites and look out for our weekly app in the spotlight post.
This week’s app in the spotlight is Snapchat
The school has no phone at the moment. If you need to let us know of an absence please use the school mobile 07749 231892. We will post on here when they are up and running again.
Each week we will be posting a Parents’ Guide from National Online Safety.
These posters are great for sharing awareness and safety tips for popular apps and games.
This week’s app in the spotlight is Tik Tok
Tik Tok PDF
This cross country running competition is due to happen on Wednesday 18th March at Bught Park. We will be entering teams into the P2/3 race, the P4/5 race and P6/7 race. Training will begin this Wednesday 5th February before lunch. If your child is interested in taking part please come along with suitable footwear and clothing as it is outside. We will select the fastest 6 boys and fastest 6 girls for each race to compete on the day after we have had several weeks of training.
WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY 27th JANUARY
If your child will be five years of age on or before 28 February 2021, they are eligible to enrol for Primary 1 for August 2020. To enrol your child, or for further information on completing the online form, the enrolment process, catchment areas, Gaelic Medium education, school transport and placing requests visit https://www.highland.gov.uk/enrol
Please use the online enrolment if possible.
If for any reason you are unable to complete the online enrolment, then you can enrol your child at the school between Monday 27th & Thursday 30th January, 9.30am – 11.30m or 1.30pm -2.30pm. Please come to the main school reception with your child’s birth certificate and proof of address.
The January newsletter is out. Please check inboxes/schoolbag
Here’s a link to it as well –
January 2020 Newsletter
Please note there has been a change made to this year’s May Day Public Holiday.
The May Day public holiday in 2020 will change from Monday 4 May to Friday 8 May to coincide with the VE Day 75th anniversary commemorations. This decision follows both national and Scottish Government to change the date of the Bank holiday to Friday 8 May 2020.
Please remember you can check the Highland Council holiday dates on their website https://www.highland.gov.uk/info/878/schools/32/school_term_dates