Term 4

Huge kudos to all our brilliant home schoolers - the adults and the children! You've been amazing! 
We're so excited to have all the children back in school! 
We'll keep celebrating this fantastic community here on the Social page so keep sending us your pictures, photos and videos, ideas, links, birthday greetings etc. and check in regularly to see what's going on in the big Hillcrest family.
Sydenham Road Under Fives Cake Sale 
Wednesday 31st March from 3.00pm, Cemetery Road 
Yummy cakes from 50p - £1.00. 
All monies raised go to Sydenham Road Under Fives. 
Please observe social distancing. 
Isa, Arry, Freddie, Verity, Eva, Rosa from 3DB want to raise money for the NHS.
They are going to do a minimum of 10,000 steps every day for a week, starting on 22nd March.
If you would like to support their fundraising efforts here's the link:
8th March
Happy International Women's Day to all the awesome girls and women in our school community!

Charity Bike Ride - Joseph been nominated by a friend to do the ‘2.6 Challenge’ and is raising money for local charity St Mungo's which supports the homeless in Bristol. He is going to cycle 60km today! Then he’ll be nominating 6 others to take on the challenge! If you would like to support Joseph’s fundraising effort for this excellent local cause you can donate on this Just Giving page.

STOP PRESS - 64 kilometres done! Well done Joseph!




What a wonderful World Book Day!
Phoebe Drane made this great poster whilst she was listening to all the stories!

The Pied Piper



Second year students from Bristol Old Vic Theatre School have been working hard with director Liz Felton, from the Story Cellar, and have something to share with you from Saturday 27th at 2pm. Zoom as you've never seen it before! 14 performers filming from 12 different locations to take you on a journey to Hamelin where you can help them solve a mysterious mystery!

Welcome to the ageing town of Hamelin, a forgotten place shrouded in mystery and stuffed full of secrets. What really did happen here the last time a stranger came to town? Bring your detecting skills to help us find the light in the darkness of this tale. As we sift through recollections, refuse and rodents, maybe...just maybe, a happy end can be found.
Based on the children's classic, this new adaptation sees actors in 12 separate locations come together virtually at the 'Hamelin House' to tell this timeless story. But...more help is needed, so budding young detectives are encouraged to grab a torch, make their own rat puppet, and join us on Saturday 27 February for this ripping yarn, jam packed with theatre magic, epic sound and puppetry galore.

Please note that this production will be available to stream for two weeks after the premiere and an activity pack to accompany the show can be downloaded here...

(The YouTube link to the performance can be found in the same place nearer the time)




In response to Miss Norman’s challenge to think about changing the world Ella, from Toucan class, has been inspired to do something practical to help others.
She decided to walk 3km a day for a week to raise money for
Children in Need.
If you’d like to help with her fundraising, HERE is the link to her JustGiving page to donate. Many thanks! 
Damn it Year 1! That's definitely too close!
Please check their hair.