Multi Sports Camp

Multi Sports Camp

Active Schools Consent form Multi Sports camp

Highlife Highland  are delighted to announce they will be running a sports camp during the October holidays 22/10/2018 to 26/10/2018.This camp will run from 9am to 2pm and will be open to P1-7 pupils.

There is no charge for this camp. All equipment will be provided. Please ensure your child wears appropriate kit and brings a bottle of water. No lunch is provided so please ensure your child brings a snack and lunch.

If you would like your child to attend please complete the consent information  (see top of post) and bring it along on the first day of camp. You must email me on William.brown@highlifehighland.com to book your space. This will be done by first come first served basis. Only limited spaces available.

This camp is being delivered by young leaders from Millburn Academy. They are running the camp to gain experience of coaching and working with children. Please note that they will be supervised by me at all times.

If you have any queries please contact Will Brown, Active Schools coordinator.

Kind regards

W.Brown

Will Brown

Active Schools Coordinator.

 

Jackets

A plea to make sure that children come to school with a waterproof jacket/coat please. The weather, as you know, is very changeable and children need to have a jackets with them.  Please also ensure that items of clothing are named.  We have already a large collection of unnamed items in Lost Property.

Thanks

Ms B 🙂

Garden Produce Sale No 2

Our second garden produce sale will be on Friday 14th September.  The sale will be at 12.45pm and children should bring 50p/£1 if they wish to buy anything.  First come first served at the garden gate.

On sale will be

plums, apples, cucumbers, runner beans, courgettes and marrows.

 

 

 

 

School Improvement

 

school improvement

Hilton Primary School Improvement Report and Plan gives details of the context of the school, details how we are doing in, what is working well for our learners, the evidence of this and what we could do now to improve.

Our 2018-19 School Improvement Plan and Report is on The School Improvement page of this blog.

 

Termly Overviews

Yesterday, each child was given a termly overview detailing the main learning in the class in Literacy, Numeracy, Health and Well Being and Interdisciplinary Learning (which covers other curriculum areas, e.g. RME and Expressive Arts).

These overviews are for you to keep and perhaps pop up on the fridge.  We hope you find the overviews useful.  Termly overviews will be issued each term.  We will ask for feedback about your thoughts and if you have found these helpful.

Ms B 🙂

Our Values

As you know, we all considered what 5 values mean the most to us at Hilton Primary and ELC and the whole school community were involved in selecting these.

Children throughout the school are discussing what these values mean to them. Our new reception area shows our values and P6SW are working on a fabulous display.