Quotes from Hilltop 2016
‘It’s a great place to come with family and friends!’ by Lauren
‘Hilltop is a really nice place to stay and they challenge you to the limit’ by Rosy
‘The rooms are really nice ad comfy’ by Rebecca
‘Don’t stop coming here in future years….because it’s sooo good!’ by Nathan
‘Hilltop is amazing! And don’t be naughty or you’ll miss out on the big events!’ by Tola
‘The activities are really fun to do and they challenge you’ by Colomba
‘Super Swing is epic!’ by Aoife
‘I love getting muddy in the activities!’ by Patricia
‘It’s really fun and exciting, all the activities are so we have fun and enjoy ourselves!’ by Ana
‘It’s really fun and we do lots of cool activities, but I do miss home a bit’ by Lucy
‘The super swing was amazing!’ by Julia
‘The instructors know when to challenge you’ by Eibhlean
‘There are lots of activities to do and they are really fun’ by Olivia
‘Try to do all the challenges because they’re fun! By Joyce
‘It’s a great place to challenge yourself’ by Molly
‘The Super Swing was really fun’ by Damasca
‘It’s your choice as to the level you go to’ by Alexander
‘It’s a brilliant place and I recommend it to lots of people’ by Adriano
‘It’s extremely fun!’ by Isabel
‘No matter what the weather the fun stays the same!’ by Conor
‘The food is great here! By Felicity
‘The instructors are really kind and help a lot’ by Josephine
‘The food’s nice’ by Nikhil
‘The Power Fan was great’ by Cassius
‘It’s really fun and it’s got lots of high activities’ by Ryan
‘It’s good to challenge yourself and the instructors are really encouraging’ by Emma
‘The Super Swing is really cool’ by Jaime
‘Hilltop is fun and I am really enjoying the activities’ by Nico
‘Totally exhausting but really adventurous’ by Danica
‘Hello Tiernan, we are missing you’ Y6
The whole school gathered in the playground for a Remembrance Day Service. A minute’s silence was observed and the guns could be heard being fired in central Cambridge. A lone trumpeter played ‘The Last Post’.
Pictures from our Welcome Back Mass on Wednesday 17th September.
Click on the pictures below to see our Easter Garden 2014. The garden was built behind the bus stop on the Lensfield Road side of the school and is open for the public to view. Each class contributed to a feature within the garden.
We kicked off the summer term with an Easter Egg Hunt. The whole school took part with everyone winning themselves an easter egg by finding their cardboard egg hidden on the playground.
The children built numerous different models using vast amounts of K’Nex!
Our Year 6 children experienced some basic animatronics by building Rodni – an animated creature using an Arduino based circuit board and some electronic components.
The Raptor Foundation brought some magnificent birds from their collection to visit school.
The children had great fun dressing up as their favourite book characters.
The classes were mixed together for reading sessions.