About Us

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Head Teacher Welcome

Welcome from the Head Teacher Welcome to Hillside Primary School. We are a small and friendly school located in the village of Bradwell set on large grounds. We have 210 pupils and a highly skilled, dedicated and caring staff. We firmly believe in developing the whole child and that every child is entitled to a …

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Vision for the School

Hillside Primary School Vision for the school Hillside Primary School will be a happy place of excellence, where everyone can recognise and achieve their full potential in all areas of their development. It will be: a place of learning, where everyone is successful a place that fosters relationships, where everyone is respected a place of …

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Governors

The governors at Hillside Primary School and Nursery play an important part in the running of our school. The governors can be contacted through the school office. Minutes of meetings are available on request through the clerk Mrs Boulton (office@hillside.norfolk.sch.uk). Rev Sue Upton (Co-Opted Governor since 2009, Curriculum Committee)  I have a special interest in …

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Ofsted

Click on the link to see our last Ofsted report. Ofsted June 2014  

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Performance Figures

Follow these links to see our latest results. https://www.compare-school-performance.service.gov.uk/school/120982 results-2016  

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Our school day

Our school day is as follows: 8.30 Gates open 8.40 Whistle 8.45 -8.55 Registration Break KS1 10.35 – 10.55  KS2 10.40-1055 Lunch KS1  12.00-1.10 KS2 12.10-1.10 1.10 Registration 2.15 – 2.25 Break for KS1 End of school day 3.10 Year 5 and 6 children  are allowed to walk home by themselves with permission from their …

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After School Clubs and extra curricular activities

We have a breakfast club and after school club that runs everyday.  The breakfast club starts at 7.45am until the start of school and costs £2 per session payable in advance.  There are a range of breakfasts and drinks available and the children can enjoy playing board games, doing puzzles and art to ease them …

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KS1 Curriculum

In year 1 the children begin to study the National Curriculum. They build upon the experiences and learning the children bring with them from their Reception year.  We encourage the children to be more independent and to develop their learning skills further.  Extra adult support is given where necessary.  We expect the children to work …

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KS2 Curriculum

Years 3 & 4 Years 3 and 4 are taught Literacy and Mathematics in mixed ability, single year group classes. In Mathematics, Primary Framework units are used as a starting point, adapted to suit the children and including a range of practical contexts. There is a school focus on children learning their tables and on …

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F.O.H.A

Friends of Hillside Association FOHA is a valuable asset not only to the school and the staff, but also to the children and parents as it gives us all a common cause to join forces for the good of the school. The committee and helpers are a valuable team, who donate their time and talents …

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Teachers

       

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Staff

Education Support Staff: Tracy Applegate Sue Brabben Lesley Brint Sally Brown Carol Coulam Tina Dale Ann Lacey Nicola Lazell Leah Lowe Clare Martins Joanne Potter Michelle Smith Margaret Trentham Tina Wyton Nursery Staff: Nadine Barber Debra Martin Jane Mercer Office staff: Bridget Herwin Helen Sofokleous Michala Whittaker Kitchen: Amanada Butcher Sandra Wells Cleaning staff: Gobnait …

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