CAREERS EVENT SATURDAY 1st OCTOBER 2016.
Middleton Grange Shopping Centre will host a careers event on Saturday, 1st October. The event will be attended by over 30 education providers and employers and will provide information on the options available to your child once they leave St Hild’s. Poster or Further details.
ADVANCED MODERN ENGINEERING APPRENTICESHIP VACANCIES.
EDF are looking to provide local school leavers with the opportunity to take an interest in their Advanced Modern Engineering Apprenticeship Scheme. Recruitment for the 2017 intake starts from 1st November 2016. More details
ST. HILD'S STUDENTS SELECTED FOR COUNTY SQUAD.
Year 11 students Liam Pritchard and Jay McLean were both successful in gaining selection for this season’s County football squad at this year's trials. Full details.
ROALD DAHL DAY - TUESDAY 13th SEPTEMBER.
We celebrated Roald Dahl Day on Tuesday 13th September 2016, which included a Dahlicious Dress Up Day for all students and staff. We asked students and staff to donate £1 to raise money for Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity and the Roald Dahl children’s nurses. details
A NEW WAY TO ACCESS YOUR SCHOOL FILES.
There is now a new way for Staff and Students to access their school files from home. Access should now be made using the 'Unity' file access link above this section, instead of the 'My Schools Panel'. Logon details for students will be issued on return to school.
G.C.S.E. RESULTS COLLECTION DAY 2016.
St. Hild's examination results showed an improvement, when Year 11 leavers called into school to collect their grades on G.C.S.E. Results Collection Day. Details and pics.
CRACKING KRAKOW 2016!
The History and MFL Departments have returned from - quote! - “an amazing trip” to Krakow in Poland! The first day - involved the pupils having a guided tour of Krakow taking in all the key sights and stories of the city. Further details.
ST. HILD'S PROM 2016.
To view some of the photographs taken at St. Hild's 2016 Prom, please click here.
HARTLEPOOL PHOTOGRAPH COMPETITION.
Hartlepool Secondary schools together with Hartlepool Council are running a photography competition for pupils who have just finished Year 6 and Year 7. You are all invited to enter a photo on the theme ‘Pride in your Community’ and we want pupils at St. Hild's Church of England School to get involved! details
For the last 2 years a group of students from St Hild’s School have been working towards launching a high altitude balloon into Space. The final stage of the project was the launch itself. details.
WIMBLEDON TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIPS 2016.
GAME, SET and MATCH! It certainly was for a group of our pupils who enjoyed the unique opportunity of going to the Wimbledon Tennis Championships. details
YORK 2016 - HISTORY TRIP!
Year 7 pupils enjoyed the thrills and spills of York Dungeon where they followed the story of 2000 years of York’s darkest history as part of a trip organised by St. Hild's History Department. details.
71 fantastic Year 7 & 8 pupils have just returned from an amazing trip to Paris. In central Paris the first stop was the Eiffel Tower, followed by a relaxing cruise up and down the Seine to see lots more of the sights. details
FORMER STUDENT DANIELLE - WELDER OF THE YEAR.
Former St. Hild's student Danielle Williams has had a brilliant start to her first year at Middlesbrough College. Danielle completed her level 2 Welding Course at Middlesbrough College during which she was nominated and won an award for the best welder. She is now seeking an apprenticeship in which the sponsor of the award is assisting. Danielle is pictured at the award ceremony here.
WOMEN IN ENGINEERING 2016
On Tuesday, 21st June, several of our year 9 and year 10 girls took part in an engineering awareness day hosted by Hartlepool College of Further Education as part of the National Women in Engineering Day celebrations. details
CHRISTIAN AID WEEK.
During Christian Aid week tutor groups were challenged to view the wonderful worm related work the charity carries out before creating their own coin 'worms' from donated copper coins. details
YEAR 9 TARGET SETTING MEETING 21.06.16 - PRESENTATION.
Any Year 9 Parents who were unable to attend the meeting held in school on Tuesday 21st June and missed the Target Setting Presentation, can view it here. Presentation
YEAR 10 PRACTICE INTERVIEWS - APPLICATION COACHING PART II.
Our Year 10 students received an interview from members of the business community linking to the application forms which they had completed at the Application Coaching event earlier this year. Students received both verbal and written feedback on their application form and on their interview technique. details
WATER-AID SUPPORT DONATION GRATEFULLY ACKNOWLEDGED.
A £246.00 donation to the WaterAid charity, has been acknowledged by the receipt of a thank you letter from the charity. The money was raised by the collection of loose change within registration tutor groups. The top form fundraisers in school were 9IH. Letter
STUDENT LIBRARIAN ANNUAL AWARDS CEREMONY!
St. Hild’s Church of England School were pleased to welcome students, staff, parents and carers from all the schools who took part to the 17th Annual Student Librarian Scheme Awards Ceremony on Tuesday, 19th April 2016. details
RNLI THANK YOU LETTER FOR CHARITY DONATION.
Staff member Mrs Faulkner has received a letter of thanks from the Hartlepool RNLI Enterprise Branch. This was in recognition of her organisation of the fund raiser which raised £705 for their support. Letter
YEAR 10 BOYS' FOOTBALL TEAM - TOWN CUP CHAMPS!
Well done to our Year 10 Boys' Football Team on becoming the Secondary Schools Town Cup Champions following their 1 - 0 Cup Final win against Dyke House College. details
YEAR 7 STUDENTS ATTEND MATHEMATICS MASTERCLASSES.
During March, five of our highest achieving Year 7 pupils attended Saturday morning Royal Institution Mathematics Masterclasses at The University of Teesside. These classes involved Year 7 students, from many schools across the Tees Valley. details
BARRY HUTCHISON VISITS ST. HILD"S TO WORK WITH STUDENTS.
Children's book author, Barry Hutchison came into school to work with our Year 7 students and Year 5 pupils from the local Primary Schools. details
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