YEAR 6 PRIMARY TRANSITION PROGRAMME
Year 6 students attended a Primary Transition Programme at St. Hild’s Church of England School. The event which ran from 7th July to 23rd July 2014 involved all the students who will be starting our school in September 2014. details
SCHOOL BUS SERVICE CHANGES FROM SEPTEMBER 2014
From September 2014 students entitled to a free bus pass will need to use the new Hartlepool Borough Council Yellow Bus Service No.13. Pupils who purchase a termly pass can also use this service and will be allocated a seat whilst seats remain available. For full details of these changes click here.
COLLEGE LIFE TASTER FOR YEAR 10 STUDENTS
Two Taster day visits to Hartlepool Colleges gave Year 10 students the opportunity to experience what college life will be like if they choose to study at one of these colleges in September 2015. details
WOMEN IN ENGINEERING - MIDDLESBROUGH COLLEGE VISIT
Monday 23rd June 2014 was the inaugural National Day for Women in Engineering and to celebrate Middlesbrough College hosted an event for a small group of St. Hild's Year 8 and Year 9 girls. The event aimed to introduce the students to the opportunities open to them and to consider engineering as a possible career choice. click here
WONSIE WODDLE 2014 - IN AID OF DEMENTIA UK
Students and Staff join in with the 'Wonsie Woddle' sponsored walk across the Headland in aid of Dementia UK. details
COMMUNICATION FESTIVAL 2014
St. Hild’s Communication Festival took place between Tuesday 6th and Friday 9th May with Students from Years 7, 8 and 9 taking part in a variety of activities. For full story. click here
TOP-CLASS PERFORMANCE AND MEDIA FACILITIES FOR HIRE!
Northern Lights Academy is our state of the art performing arts and media facility. It can host a wide range of uses such as theatre production, music & TV recording, ICT, music, dance & exercise classes, community courses & meetings. Details
ICELAND TRIP 2014
Students from years 9, 10 and 11 had the opportunity to travel to Reykjavik in Iceland as part of a Geography and Science themed educational visit. For pictures and stories from the trip click here.
LAUNCH OF 2014 VAN MILDERT YOUNG PERSON'S PROJECT
A group from Year 10 will find out what university is all about. details
ST. HILD'S GIRLS ARE THE TOWN U15 FUTSAL CHAMPIONS!
Members of the St. Hild's Girls' Football team took part in the town wide Futsal competition at Hartlepool Sixth Form College. They progressed through all their rounds and following an impressive final win were crowned the Champs! details
YEARS 7/8 & 9 - E-SAFETY COURSE - INFORMATION FOR PARENTS!
As part of our commitment to safeguarding our students we have organised for all students in years 7, 8 and 9 to attend an e-safety course which will be delivered in school as part of the P.H.S.C.E.E. curriculum. The course will be delivered by members of Hartlepool Integrated Youth Support Service Prevention Team. For full information click here.
KS3 GIRLS' FOOTBALL TEAM GAIN TMJ LEGAL SERVICES BACKING!
St. Hild’s Key Stage 3 Girls' Football team who are in their first season of 11 a side and compete in the Cleveland League and also the Town Cup have gained sponsorship from local business, TMJ Legal Services. Representatives from TMJ Legal Services came into school to present the team with their new kit. details
YEAR 8 SHOW THEIR HOLOCAUST UNDERSTANDING THROUGH ART
During the Autumn term 2013, Year 8 students, through their RE lessons, learnt about prejudice and discrimination. The students then completed a piece of art work to demonstrate their understanding of their own learning. As part of Holocaust Memorial week at St. Hild's, an exhibition of their work was held and a small group of year 8 students lead Collective Worship about the Holocaust. details
FRANCE & BELGIUM TRIP 2013.
A joint History/Languages/Citizenship residential took 40 St. Hild's Students on a packed schedule of activities, including a visit to the European Parliament in Brussels, a tour of Fort Breendonk, experiencing the Menin Gate Ceremony and the Christmas Markets. details
BIKE SHELTER SECURITY.
Students who cycle or ride a scooter to school are urged to secure their mode of transport with a good quality bike lock when using the Bike Shelters outside the school. A good quality lock is still required even when using the lockable shelter; this will ensure the security of the property is maintained, at the times of parking and collection, when the shelter is open.
PICKING UP STUDENTS FROM MAIN SCHOOL CAR PARK - GUIDELINES
Although the school car park is private property, we do not mind a few parents using the car park at 2.40pm, provided that you stick closely to our common-sense rules. Click here for details.
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