Hilldene Minecraft Club are Number One for a FIFTH week!

Thursday, 5 December 2019


Thank you to everyone that has been voting for Hilldene each week.
We are currently number one on the Leaderboard for the FIFTH week in a row, out of all the schools with clubs!

This week's Quickbuild winner is Anton with his polar bear. Congratulations Anton!

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Thank you so much for your continued support!

1C’s library trip


1C enjoyed their trip to the local library. They listened to a story about a wombat who has a love of carrots and spent time choosing from a range of fiction and non-fiction books. 




Golden Book Winners

Monday, 2 December 2019

Every week, teachers identify 2 outstanding pupils in their class who have had a fantastic week either academically or socially or both! These pupils are entered into the Golden Book and are announced during our Friday morning celebration assembly. Our fabulous winners in the infants receive a
certificate in assembly and parents of the 'golden' children in the juniors receive a letter home, informing parents of their child's fantastic achievement.

Congratulations to our winners:

Reception - Alexander, Mariia, Luke, David, Elyana, Daisy.
Y1 - Muhammad, Dolly-Rose, Francesca, Raha, Alexandra, Alana
Y2 - Leyla, Aden, Kevin, Anais, Jeziah, Macey-Lee
Y3 - Trey, Vilte, Simran, Daniel, Rose, Joey
Y4 - Albos, Ava-Mai, Ajani, Armanda, Alfie, Manahil
Y5 - Christophine, Annabelle, Harry, Aleesha, Lexie, Amira
Y6 - Courtney Ester, Haris, Summer, Lexi, Archie





Minecraft Club are Number One for a FOURTH week!

Thursday, 28 November 2019


Thank you to everyone that has been voting for Hilldene each week.
We are currently number one on the Leaderboard for the FOURTH week in a row, out of all the schools with clubs!

This week's Quickbuild winner is Maksimas with his Igloos. Congratulations Maksimas!



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Thank you so much for your continued support!

Junior Community Road Watch Scheme

Wednesday, 27 November 2019


On Tuesday 26th November, Hilldene Primary School became the first school in the whole of Havering to take part in the Junior Community Road Watch Scheme organised by the Metropolitan Police. This scheme gives primary school pupils the opportunity to take part in speed awareness programmes in their local community.

Our 12 pupils, all current Junior Travel Ambassadors (JTAs) in Year 5 or previous JTAs from Year 6, worked alongside Havering’s Road Safety Officer and Metropolitan Police Officers (on Straight Road) to help educate speeding motorists on the importance of road safety.

After any speeding motorists had been identified by the Police, they were initially stopped and spoken to by the officers. Once those officers had decided that the motorist was suitable to speak to the children, they would call over the Road Safety Officer and 2 children to deliver a combined educational road safety message to the driver.

Among the questions asked by the children were:
  • Why were you speeding near our school?
  • Do you know how many children go to school in this area?
  • Are you aware of the consequences of speeding?

All of the speeding motorists (5 stopped in under 20 minutes) that spoke to the JTAs were affected by their questions, several seemed close to tears and one gentleman vowed never to speed again in this area.

Comments from the JTAs after returning to school included – ‘lots more people speed than I thought’ and ‘stick to the speed limit or this could happen to you.’

Hopefully, this is just the first of many Junior Community Road Watch Schemes that takes place in our area and across the whole of Havering.





Year 5 - Science Roadshow

Tuesday, 26 November 2019

Year 5 were lucky to take part in a science workshop this afternoon. The theme of the workshop was biology and looking at the body.

We learnt about how and why the lungs expand and what to do if you can not find a pulse. We also looked through a microscope at a piece of onion to see what it looks like. We also got to learn how food is digested through the different organs of the body. It was extremely messy!