Thank you for choosing to send your child to Hillary Primary School.
A school has been on this site for over 100 years.
I hope the school website will give you an insight into the education and experiences your child will receive.
Hillary is a friendly and happy school where children are taught the skills they need to thrive.
Enabling them to grow and be successful members of a modern British society.
Our school community is proud of its diversity and celebrates its importance at the heart of Pleck. Hillary has over 700 children on role and has children who collectively speak 50 languages.
Add our website to your favourites list and visit us regularly to keep up with events, activities and achievements.
Contact the school office if you need to know more.
The office team will be happy to help.
Ms L. Cherry
Unfortunately, two of our pupils have tested positive for Covid and were asymptomatic. Therefore, following advice from Public Health, we will have to close the Year 1 bubble and 3S (Mr Singh's class) as of immediate effect. Your child MUST self isolate (not leave the house) until Sunday 27th June and will return to school on Monday 28th June. Tomorrow you will receive a call from the class teacher to provide information about remote learning which will commence on the 18th June.
Apologies for the inconvenience this may cause but we all need to work together to keep our community safe.
Please click on the link below to access the Children's Mental Health Hub Website
Please see below an overview of the Jigsaw programme of study for teaching the Heath and Relationship statutory curriculum. We as a school have decided not to teach Sex Education because it is not compulsory for Primary School Children.
The lessons that will not be taught are;
For easier viewing click on the link to open the PDF
If you missed the live webinar and would like to view it, you can access the recording below:
If you require further information please contact Mrs Taylor at Parentconsultation@hillary.walsall.sch.uk
Dear Parent / Carer,
I am writing to remind you that School will be taking part in a jointly run operation between Walsall Council, West Midlands Police and our School called Operation Encompass. This has been set-up to help schools to provide support to children who have been present at incidents of domestic abuse. We know that children can be traumatised when they are involved in, present or witness to domestic abuse and may be in need of emotional and practical support. Our School will receive a confidential communication from the Police Operation Encompass on the morning after any police notification or attended domestic abuse incident. School have Designated Safeguarding Leads who have received training to allow them to use the information that has been shared in confidence to make sure that the right support is offered at the right time, for our schools children, young people and families. We are keen to offer the best support possible to our pupils and we have adopted Operation Encompass as we believe this is extremely beneficial to meeting the needs of our pupils. If you have any concerns or questions, then please contact our Safeguarding team or myself and we will be happy to discuss this further. Further information about the project can be found on our school’s website and is available from the School office on request. Further information is also available at: www.operationencompass.org
Please click the link below for further information:
We will continue proving KS2 with toast (tuck) in a morning.
Due to social distancing and keeping bubbles safe, this will be on a rotation.
As a good will gesture to support families during the Covid-19 pandemic, this will be provided for free, and will be reviewed to ask for a small charge after Easter.
This rota may change as government guidance changes, so check this page daily.
We will continue serving hot dinners on a fortnightly rotation in order to keep our school community safe in their bubbles. This will be continually reviewed in line with changing government guidelines.
Children will be served at their seat, rather than queuing.
The hot meal should be booked and paid for in advanced, at a cost of £2.10.
We will be serving pizza, chips, side salad and a selection of deserts, such as vegetarian jelly, cookies, fruit etc which will all be served on paper plates.
Sandwiches will still be available for those that do not like the hot meal option.
If it is not your child’s day for a hot dinner, they will still be provided with a packed lunch if they are entitled to free school meals or have paid for a packed lunch.
Please read letter below: