School Information

We have high expectations and aim to lead by example so that the attitudes and relationships that the children find in our school may be reflected in the care and respect they show for others.

Events and Term Dates

Please click on the link to see Norfolk County Council Term dates for 2018/19: Term date calendar 2018 to 2019  

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Hillside Primary Prospectus

Hillside Primary School Prospectus 2018

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School Dinners

Dinners are £2.30 and are free to KS1 children.  Please send dinner money or cheque into school in a named envelope.  You can pay for dinners in advance which will be put onto an account for your child. Please click on the link to see our latest menu (Oct 2018 – April 2019) School lunch …

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Forms and Letters

NEWSLETTER – Newsletter July 18 ADMINISTERING MEDICINES IN SCHOOL – SKM_C3350170420085400 COLLECTING CHILDREN LATE – SKM_C3350180503120100

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Admissions

If you are new to the area and are looking for a place in any year, parents should contact County Hall admissions department on 03448008001. Parents can view the school and meet the Head Teacher when deciding their first admission by ringing the school on 01493 661399. Parents who are interested in gaining a place …

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Pupil Premium

We receive an amount of funding labelled “Pupil premium” which is intended to be used to raise standards for those children who are at risk of not achieving their full potential due to economic disadvantage or other factors. This funding is triggered by pupils who have registered as being eligible for Free School Meals at …

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School Uniform

We prefer that all children wear school uniform. Please ensure that your child’s clothes, games/P.E. kit and all personal items, wherever possible, are clearly marked with their name. Uniform can be ordered from Harrisons Schoolwear on Southtown Road, Great Yarmouth www.harrisons-schoolwear.co.uk/ DRESS CODE Year 6 children have their own tie which is burgundy with an owl motif, and …

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Homework

We believe that regular homework encourages self-discipline in children as well as giving parents an insight into their child’s education. Pupils receive various forms of homework. There will be the “regular” items such as spelling and multiplication tables in addition to tasks designed to consolidate work undertaken in school. Homework is viewed as reinforcement or …

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