Dear Parent/Carer, The next Friends of Hilda’s (FOSH) meeting will be held between 6pm and 7pm on Thursday 27 September. Refreshments will be available. The next bingo event will take place 7pm until late on Friday 12th October. This is a fun, family event with the ever popular bingo. Refreshments will be available. The bingo is a fundraising […]
Our Open Afternoon, also for admissions into Year 7 in September 2019, will take place on Thursday 20th September 2018 between 1.30pm and 4.00pm. PLEASE NOTE – THE DATE OF THE OPEN DAY WAS PRINTED INCORRECTLY IN THE LIVERPOOL LOCAL AUTHORITY ADMISSIONS BOOKLET.
St Hilda’s is taking part in the annual Make Your Mark ballot, the largest consultation of young people in the country through their PSHE lesson. In a national ballot that runs until 10th October, young people across the country will be asked what issues matter most to them, in order to determine what is debated by […]
We were so pleased to host Cathy Cassidy’s book launch last week for Sami’s Silver Lining! It was a wonderful day, during our Readathon week, which celebrated reading and books. Holly Hughes and Isabel Blore (year 10) organised and ran our “slipper day” back in May to raise funds to bring Cathy into school but she kindly […]
As part of the Peers in Schools programme organised by the Houses of Lords, our Year 12 Politics class and some Year 10 students met Lord Storey on Friday 22nd June. He spoke to them about his role and work as well as discussing possible reforms/abolition of the House of Lords. He then organised […]
PE news week beginning Monday 25th June 2018 Year 9 cricket – boys Congratulations to the year 9 cricket team and Mr Deane who defeated Bluecoat School in the semi-final of the Liverpool Schools’ Cup on Wednesday evening. The boys are now through to the final which is a fantastic achievement. St Hilda’s 93-4, Bluecoat […]
PE news week beginning Monday 18th June Athletics Congratulations to all the boys and girls who took part in the Liverpool School Athletics Championships at Wavertree. The following students won medals in their events: Josh Redmond – 800m Gold. Reuben Nyenre – Hurdles Silver. Cameron Scott-Allan – Shot put Gold. Harrison Hanley, Michael Slater, Brendon […]
Congratulations to Mrs McCann who has been named as a finalist in the Liverpool Echo Schools Awards 2018 in the category of Inspirational Teacher of the Year! We all wish her the very best of luck in the finals on 26th June.
Congratulations to Isaac Butland, year 8, after being named Rotary Club’s Young Writer of the Year 2018 (in the intermediate age range). We attended an awards dinner at Woolton Village Hall where all five finalists’ stories were read out by Rotary Club members. Isaac was then announced as the winner in his age category. Niamh […]
Our Year 12 English Literature students had a wonderful time on Wednesday in sunny Stratford-Upon-Avon, home of Shakespeare, when they visited the RSC Swan theatre to watch a production of John Webster’s, ‘The Duchess of Malfi’. This was their first of three planned theatre visits over the next two weeks!