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Hilderthorpe Junior School
Shaftesbury Road, YO15 3PP, UK Bridlington
+44 (0)1262 672475

Hilderthorpe Junior School is situated on a large open site on the southern edge of Bridlington.
The school provides 374 (339 on roll January 2004 - Y3, Y5 and Y6 admission limit 90; Y4 admission limit 99) places for children aged 7 -11.
The school, which opened in 1953, has two large halls, an impressive stage, 14 large classrooms, a 23 station computer suite, good cloakroom facilities and support rooms, all on a ground floor site.
Two large playgrounds and extensive playing fields, including a wildlife area, surround the school.
The junior school shares caretaking staff, kitchens, heating system and grounds with the adjoining infant school, that has places for 270 children, aged 5 - 7 plus 78 nursery places.


Everyone at Hilderthorpe Junior School wants it to be a happy and effective school.
Parents and schools who work in partnership are able to provide the best
conditions for children to grow and thrive.

Parents and schools want the best for their children.
"Home school agreements work best when there is trust and respect between home and school ”
School will:

Provide a safe secure enviroment in which children can learn and thrive.

Provide experience and activities which stimulate learning.

Encourage children to do their best at all times.

Inform parents of children's progress at regular meetings.

Inform parents about when your child is giving us cause for concern.

Encourage children to look after everyone's belongings.

Inform parents about the curriculum to be taught each term.

Provide help and advice to deal with children in difficulties.

Respect children's privacy and individuality.

Expect children to follow our behaviour policy.

Family will:

Provide a safe secure environment in which children can learn and thrive.

Make sure that children attend school regulary.

Attend open evenings to discuss their child's progress.

Support the school behaviour policy.

Assist children with homework according to the school policy.

Make sure that their child is provided with suitable school uniform for all activities.

Make sure that their child is fit and well enough to come to school.

Make sure that their child has had proper rest and food before starting school.

Inform the child of changes which affect their child.

Children will:

Respect all the people who work in the school.

Follow the school policies and rules about behaviour.

Try their best in all the activities in school.

Help other children to participate in school life.

Not do anything which endangers the safety of others.

Contribute to the life of the school.

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