Unfortunately due to a number of factors the organisers have postponed the SHSAA Cross-Country Championships on Thursday the 10th of October. Due to the wet weather and the Baxters event at the weekend the Bught Park is too wet and muddy for the event. It has been advised by the ground staff, committee officials and event organisers that it would be safer to postpone the event. The organisers do not wish to risk the safety of any of the competitors.
The event will be rescheduled and will take place on THURSDAY the 31st of OCTOBER.
Just a wee reminder that school and ELC will close at the end of the week for the two weeks October holidays and school/ELC reopen on Monday 28th October.
The Fancy Dress Discos will be held on Wednesday 30th October.
The pumpkin carving competition this year will be on Thursday 31st October.
Children should bring their carved pumpkins to school on 31st October and place them directly on the stage first thing.
Ms B 🙂
The September newsletter is out. Please check inboxes/schoolbags.
Here’s a link to it as well –
September 2019 Newsletter
During the week beginning Tuesday 1st October, the Scholastic Book Fair will visit Hilton Primary School. Parents/carers will be able to visit the fair during both Parent/Carer Appointment sessions and books can be purchased at the sessions. Children will also have the opportunity to visit the Book Fair during the day. The school will receive books in commission either for the School or class libraries.
ESOL for Health
English language learning for health and wellbeing
“Are you interested in learning more English? ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) classes are starting at Hilton Community Centre on Friday 1st November, 10-11.30am – the topic is ‘health’ and classes are free! To register your interest, please contact Kim at High Life Highland Adult Learning on 01463 710013 or come along to Hilton Community Centre on a Tuesday.”
- Physical health and fitness
- Mind and mental wellbeing
- Diet, recipes and shopping
Free 6-week course!
Starts Friday 1st November, 10-11.30am
To register your interest, please contact Kim
at High Life Highland Adult Learning on 01463 710013 or come along to Hilton Community Centre on a Tuesday or visit: @hlhadultlearning
If you do shop in Aldi, please hand in the stickers to school.
Ms B 🙂
There is a significant number of jackets and jumpers in our lost property trolley. Please come and collect them. All belongings should be clearly named, that way they can be returned to the child.
Mrs L 🙂