Thanks to everyone who came to the sponsored walk. We couldn’t have asked for better weather! Thanks to staff and PTA members who volunteered and organised it and to the Rapid Relief Team for providing the gorgeous food.
Hill Croft are organising a sponsored walk on Saturday 21st April between 11 and 1. We will be meeting and finishing at the school and there will be refreshments available upon return to school. There will be two routes which are both accessible by wheelchairs and buggies. The 1km route will have a Hungry Caterpillar theme and the 3km route will have a Disney/Star Wars theme. All pupils and their families are very welcome and we are hoping to have a great day’s fun while raising money for our sensory garden. Sponsor sheets will be sent home after Easter.
Department of Education have stated that all schools will close tomorrow for a second day. Hill Croft will be closed again on Tuesday 17th. We will keep everyone updated. Hope everyone stays safe. https://www.education-ni.gov.uk/news/schools-remain-closed-tuesday-17-october-2017
Department of Education have stated that all schools will close tomorrow due to weather forecasts. Hill Croft will be closed Monday 16th. We will keep everyone updated. Hope everyone stays safe. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-41631481
The National Autistic Society in Northern Ireland would like to invite the staff, pupils and families of Hill Croft School to our Autism Christmas Prom (see attached flyer.) The Prom is on the 25th November at 3pm in Fitzroy Presbyterian Church, University Street, Belfast, BT7 1HL.
This is a chance for the “autism family” to come together to welcome in Christmas. We are delighted to have performances by range of talented young people and adults with autism. We have a very special compere, the BBC’s Prom presenter Katie Derham. BBC newsreader Tara Mills will also be participating in the event.
Tickets can be posted, collected from the office or left at the door.
We hope everyone has had a lovely summer break. School recommences for the children and young people on Friday 1st September. We look forward to seeing everyone then ready for an exciting year ahead!
Its that time of year when Christmas is coming quickly! Well done to our 3 Christmas Card design winners who will be having their designs turned into Hill Croft Christmas cards. The winners are:
I'm sure you'll agree they all look amazing! The cards are being printed over the half-term holidays and will be available to buy shortly afterwards, so please hold off on buying cards just yet and help us support Hill Croft!
Well done to our amazing winners
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