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  • 10/10/20

    Hello Yellow

    To celebrate World Mental Health Day the children and staff at Hillside First School brightened up the school day by wearing something yellow in exchange for a £1 donation.  All money raised will be donated to the charity YoungMinds, who support young people coping with mental health issu...
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  • 30/09/20

    School Visits

    Please click here for further information about our live event for new reception starters 2021.
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  • 14/07/20

    School Opening - September 2020

    Please look at our School Opening - September 2020 page under the Parents tab or click here
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  • 29/05/20

    Message from Wimborne Academy Trust

    To all our parents and carers, thank you so much for your support, assistance and patience during this unprecedented crisis.  Please find a link here to a short video that captures some of the wonderful things our pupils have been up to. We now move into the next phase of the gradual re-opening...
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  • 14/04/20

    Covid-19 Domestic Abuse Campaign

    Please see information below provided by Dorset Police.
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  • 18/03/20

    Covid-19 Home Learning

    Please look at our Home Learning links under our Parents tab or click here
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  • 10/03/20

    Coronavirus Update

    Click here for the latest coronavirus guidance from the Wimborne Academy Trust.
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  • 16/12/19

    Christmas Performances

    Christmas performances are taking place this week.
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  • 27/11/19

    Maths - Parent Information Session

    Presentation from our Maths information session for parents.
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  • 24/10/19

    Open Day

    If you have a child starting school in September 2020, please come along to our Open Day on Thursday 24th October, 6.00pm.
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