Our School Day
Infants 8.55 - 12.00 noon
1.00 - 3.15 p.m.
Juniors 8.55 - 12.15 p.m.
1.00 - 3.15 p.m.
Children wear grey skirts/grey trousers, white blouses/shirts/ polo shirts and a school sweatshirt or cardigan. Children are expected to wear black shoes. Trainers are not allowed and slip-on shoes are not acceptable for health and safety reasons.
For PE the children require a suitable change of clothing, e.g. tracksuit/shorts and t-shirts. These should be navy blue, worn with a navy or white t-shirt. Pumps/trainers are worn for PE.
Uniform incorporating the school badge is available from our supplier Touchline Embroidery by clicking on the link:
Please see the attached flyer with instructions on how to order online and if you do not wish to order online alternative methods of ordering.
School Shop Flyer - Ordering Online - A5 2up.pdf
Hill View Primary Uniform Order form 2019.pdf
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), associated Data Protection Bill & Equality
Please click on the links below to view how we hold and use data covered by the new General Data Protection Regulations
Data Protection Policy - including GDPR.docx
Privacy Notice - Parents and Pupils May 2018.docx
E Safety and Acceptable Use.docx
Child friendly Esafety Policy.docx
The New Public Sector Equality Duty
Please contact the school office on 01928 714666 if you are considering transferring your child to Hill View Primary School.
For normal Reception intake in September, Hill View Primary School adheres to Halton Borough Council's schools admission criteria. Details can be found on the website below.
Included on this page are key reporting information and policies for Hill View Primary School.
A number of our policies are currently being reviewed and updated, if you would like a copy of any policy not listed please contact the school office.
Forms and Letters home
Leave of Absence Form
Change of address or telephone
|HOLIDAY DATES 2019-2020|
|Closing Date||Re-Opening Date|
|Autumn term|| ||Thursday 5th September 2019|
term||Friday 25th October 2019||Monday 4th November 2019|
|Christmas||Thursday 19th December 2019||Monday 6th January 2020|
term ||Friday 14th February 2020||Monday 24th February 2020|
|Easter||Friday 3rd April 2020||Monday 20th April 2020|
|May Day||Friday 1st May 2020||Tuesday 5th May 2020|
term||Friday 22nd May 2020||Monday 1st June 2020|
|Summer||Friday 17th July 2020|| |
|2019-2020||Wednesday 4th September 2019|
|Friday 20th December 2019 |
|Monday 20th July 2020|
|Tuesday 21st July 2020|
| Wednesday 22nd July 2020|
dates may be subject to change
After school clubs
Please contact the school for a current list of after school activities that will be running this term.
Pupil Premium was introduced by the Government in April 2011, as one of its measures aimed at reducing inequalities. A total of £625 million was allocated to Local Authorities and Schools.
The Government allocates additional funding aimed at supporting pupils who are:
- Eligible for Free School Meals
- Looked after by the Local Authority
- The children of Armed Service personnel
Data collected from schools in January each year, is used to determine the amount of funding a school will receive. Schools decide how the premium is used in order to best support the raising of attainment for these pupils.
In 2012-2013 the Pupil Premium has been extended to include pupils on roll that are known to have been eligible for Free School Meals (FSM) at any time during the past six years. A total of £1.25 billion has been allocated nationally.
If you want to know more about pupil premium please follow this link:
PP strategy statement 2017-18.docx
PP Strategy Statement 2018-19.docx
School PE Funding
Primary PE Sport Premium 2016-2017.docx
Primary PE Sport Premium 2017-2018.docx
Evidencing the Impact of the Primary PE and Sport Premium 2018-2019.docx
Evidencing the Impact of the Primary PE and Sport Premium 2019-2020.docx
Click here for Ofsted Parent View
School Meals Spring Summer 2019 Menu_web.pdf