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Two Mile Hill Infant School
The Kingsway, Kingswood, BS15 8AA, UK Bristol
+44 (0)117 903 0246

Two Mile Hill Infant School
Kingsway, Kingswood,
Bristol BS15 8AA

: 0117 9030246       Fax: 0117 9030248
Headteacher: Jill Marsh

Welcome to the Two Mile Hill Infant School website.

How Do I Apply For A Place At Two Mile Hill Infant School?

Children usually begin in the Reception classes in the September of the academic year in which they are five years old but later entry is also possible.

Admission forms are available from the school office from the previous September.

We are currently able to take 75 children in each school year.  If there are not enough places available Bristol Education Authority will select children according to a number of criteria.

If your application is not successful, an appeal can be made against the decision.

What Happens At The End Of Year 2?

Your child will move to a Junior School at the end of Year 2, in the September after their 7th Birthday. You must apply for a place at a Junior School.

Further information on the procedure is available at the start of Year 2.

How To Enrol For Reception Class In Sept 2007.

Children born between 01.09.02 and 31.08.03 must be registered for entry to school - please collect an application form from school office.

Please let any friends/neighbours know about this deadline and encourage them to visit school before reaching a decision.  Appointments to look around may be made by phoning the office.

At the heart of Two Mile Hill Infant School's ethos is our prospectus.




School Times

Punctuality is important to us and to your child.  When a child arrives late they will miss vital learning.  Arriving late can be stressful for children and make it difficult for them to concentrate on their work.

In the morning Staff are ready to welcome children from 8.45 am.  Parents/carers are welcome to bring their children into school each morning.  For safety reasons we ask that buggies and prams are left outside the building where they are quite safe.

Picking up your child promptly at the end of the day is also important.  We know, however, that occasionally delays do happen, so please ring us if you are held up and we will make sure that your child stays safely in school.

All schools, including Two Mile Hill, have security measures to ensure that strangers are not able to enter school without permission.  Our gates close at 9.15am, so anyone arriving after that time must use the main entrance. 


Term 1 - Monday 3rd September to Friday 19th October 2007
Inset day Monday 3rd September

Term 2 - Wednesday 31st October to Wednesday 19th December 2007

Term 3 - Thursday 3rd January to Friday 15th February 2008

Term 4 - Monday 25th February to Friday 4th April 2008

Term 5 - Monday 21st April to Friday 23rd May 2008

Term 6 - Monday 2nd June to Friday 25th July 2008


Details coming soon


Art and Design Technology

• are imaginative and use a variety of materials and skills to design, make and evaluate
• confidently use a wide variety of tools and media
• appreciate the work of other children and artists


• speak clearly and confidently in a variety of situations using a wide vocabulary
• are confident, independent readers who read a wide range of books for information and pleasure
• write in an interesting way and for a variety of purposes, using accurate spelling and punctuation

As mentioned at assembly, please click on the bear to read the stories about a smelly bear that never washed, that the Year 2 students have written.
Foundation Stage

Introducing the Foundation Stage

Personal, Social and Emotional Development  Communication, Language and Literacy Mathematical Development
Knowledge and Understanding of the World Physical Development Creative Development
History and Geography

• ask questions about artefacts and places
• express their ideas about people, places and events
• record their observations in a variety of ways

ICT - (Information & Communication Technology)

• know how ICT is used in and out of school
• use ICT tools confidently and appropriately
• use ICT to access information to support their learning 


• are confident mathematicians
• use a range of methods for mental calculations
• choose the appropriate maths and apparatus to solve a mathematical problem
• record their work in a clear and logical way


• appreciate a wide range of music
• compose music and perform it for others
• confidently take part in successful school performances

Physical Education

• are enthusiastic about sport
• perform as individuals or as part of a team
• understand the value of sport as part of a healthy lifestyle

Religious Education

How is Religious Education taught?

Religious Education is taught throughout the school according to the Bristol Agreed Syllabus.  Children learn about Christianity and other religious faiths to foster understanding and respect.  Our daily assembly provides an opportunity for children and staff to meet together as a school community. We use this time to think about social and moral issues which are central to all faiths and cultures. A strong emphasis is placed on the understanding of right and wrong and the value of respect and tolerance of the beliefs of others. We learn about ways to share and care for the world in which we all live.

If you wish to withdraw your child from all or any part of RE or from assembly, please contact the Head teacher.


• use first hand experience and resources to find the answers to questions
• enjoy discovering new things and are able to reflect on what they find out
• use what they already know to explain every day activities

In Badgers and Hedgehogs classes we have created solar powered fans, please click the picture below to see a bigger version, the picture is of fans from the pupils in Hedgehogs.  Badgers pictures to follow.

Badgers and Hedgehogs pupils have created an outside garden, please click on the picture below then click on the Garden pages.


School Uniform/Equipment

Wearing a school uniform gives children a pride in their appearance and a sense of belonging. Therefore the children are encouraged to wear the following items of clothing.

Royal blue is the main uniform colour at Two Mile Hill.

We ask that children wear a white or blue t-shirt/polo shirt with grey or black trousers or skirts. Sweatshirts, fleeces, cardigans, polo and t-shirts printed with the school logo are available from the school office.

Boys Girls
Black or Grey trousers Black or Grey skirt / pinafore / trousers
White or blue t-shirt / polo shirt White or blue t-shirt / polo shirt / blouse
Blue sweatshirt Blue cardigan / sweatshirt

Here is an example of some children wearing their uniform.

Shoes should be low-heeled and give support around the instep and heels. Shoes that slip off easily are dangerous especially on stairs and in the playground. 

All clothing must be clearly labelled. The school cannot accept responsibility for accidental damage to clothing.

For PE children wear t-shirt and shorts or leotard. Daps are worn for outside PE in the summer term.  We ask that you provide a clearly named drawstring bag to keep PE kit in and also a book bag in order that reading books may be safely carried between home and school.

Price List

These may also be purchased from the school office, see price list below.

Sweatshirt 24, 26, 28, 30, 32, All sizes  - £8.00 each
Cardigan 24, 26, 28, 30, 32 All sizes  - £9.00 each
Fleece Jacket 22/24; 26/28; 30/32 All sizes  - £11.00 each
Polo-Shirt (white or blue) 24, 26, 28, 30, 32 All sizes  - £6.75 each
T-Shirt (white or blue) 24, 26, 28, 30, 32 All sizes  - £5.00 each
Summer dresses (blue/white, check/stripe) Age 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 All sizes  - £8.50 each
Legionnaires Cap (summer) One size £3.50 each
Knitted hat One size £4.00 each
Fleecy Skirts/Jogging bottoms (blue / grey) 24, 26, 28, 30, 32 £6.00 each
Book Bags   £3.00 each
P.E. Bags   £2.50 each
Order form

If you wish to pre-order items, then please click below for the order form and then hand it into the school office with your payment.

Lost Property

If you find that your child has lost an item belonging to them it will normally be found by asking in class or by checking the cloakroom. If this fails to reunite your child with their property then check the Lost Property box in the hall. Remember that if all items of clothing are clearly named it will make returning lost items a lot easier.


Educational Games and Information
Games for all ages
Useful site for parents including games & worksheets
General Games
Nick Jr
Virtual Dogs

Online Stories
Some of the following stories may need parents to help their children
Children's story links Children's stories Growing up
Princess long ago The gingerbread man The three bears
Cinderella Rumplestiltskin The painting elves
Treasure pie The three little pigs Hansel and Gretal
Mr bump loses his memory The Enormous turnip The three bears and the new baby
Jack and the beanstalk Little red riding hood The moon and the rabbit
Sunil the tiger The shop of colours Carlton's magic trainers
Jack's big day Sea dreams for Sasha Beebie and the tortoise
Wishing upon a star The school run Nuts, nuts, nuts
Little Joe and the sea The big beastie thing Steven seagull's treasure
Kevin the spaceman Woolly the super sheep Steven seagull adventure
The following website will encourage you to make things or be creative.
Make things from paper Make cars/buildings/etc from paper Print off pictures to colour in

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