Author Archives: Mrs Mackenzie
Wishing all of our Hilltop families a very happy half term break.
How wonderful to have all of our year 1 and 2 children back in school today! We look forward to a very happy term.
We have some exciting news to give you all on Monday Morning
It has been a wonderful week at school so far! Our Year 2 children have been working really hard at their maths and reading Reception Classes have been learning about Bulgaria and eating some very interesting food Years 1 and 2 have been very creative when investigating “Take One Picture” The blue tits nesting on … Continue reading
We have had a wonderful afternoon of celebration in honour of The Queen’s 90th birthday. We began the party by standing proudly and singing The National Anthem. The bunting,made by the children at home, decorated our playground beautifully and the weather stayed dry throughout the party. All of the children danced to traditional country dancing … Continue reading
What a wonderful start we have had to the Summer Term in schoo!. The display in the front entrance will shortly show you some of the wonderful things that we have been doing during this first week back.
What an amazing trip to London I had with Class 5 today. The children were all beautifully behaved and had a great day. We travelled by train to Liverpool Street and then caught the underground to St James’ Park; the children didn’t even grumble when the Circle Line train took half an hour to … Continue reading
I would like to wish the whole of our Hilltop Infant School community a very Happy Christmas and a wonderful New Year. Thank you for all the lovely gifts that families have sent into school this week. Love and Prayers, Mrs Mackenzie
Last week I travelled to Finland with some other school leaders from Wickford and Basildon. We travelled to the Turku area which is “The Land of the Moomins” (For anyone who knows about Moomintrolls!). We visited lots of schools and learned a lot about education in Finland and about the culture of the country. … Continue reading