COVID UPDATE- 15th September 2021
We all know that if someone tests positive in your household, it’s likely that others in the household will go on to test positive too. It’s advised that that everybody in the home has a PCR test and these can be booked at www.gov.uk/get-coronavirus-test
There are some simple things you can do to help prevent Covid spreading to other people in your house:
- Don’t share towels
- Open windows and doors as much as possible
- The person who has tested positive should spend as little time as possible in shared spaces such as kitchens and bathrooms and if possible have their meals brought to their room.
For more top tips go to www.salford.gov.uk/covidinhouseholds
to the website for Hilton Lane Primary School in Little Hulton. It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to our school.
At Hilton Lane we use the phrase “Aiming High Together” to sum up what we are about. Everyone at school wants each and every child to achieve their very best and everything we do works towards that. Of course the phrase also acknowledges the important contribution parents and carers make in supporting their children, and we value the home-school partnership that helps your child be the best they can be.
We endeavour to ensure that all children enjoy school, feel safe, challenged, engaged, motivated and achieve their full potential. We are an inclusive school. We therefore cater for all children, regardless of race, gender and disability. We welcome diversity in our school community, learn from each other and promote tolerance, respect and equality alongside other values such as self-belief, perseverance, friendship, self control and democracy and the rule of law.
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Congratulations to all of the children who have won awards this week.
Head Teacher's Awards
Reception - Ngozi, James & Oscar
Year 1 - Dougie, Pavlo & Meadow
Year 2 - Logan B, Oliver & Aaliyah
Year 3 - Issac O, Elizabeth & Bronson
Year 4 - Sacha, Ava A & Shyla
Year 5 - Toby, Lily & Emisa
Year 6 - Lillie, Cole & Ruby
Reception - Noah
Year 1 - Olivia
Year 2 - Sienna
Year 3 - Bradley
Year 4 - Ryan
Year 5 - Jakub
Year 6 - Cameron
Reception - Lexi
Year 1 - Aisha
Year 2 - Frankie
Year 3 - Nevaeh
Year 4 - Adam
Year 5 - Alfie
Year 6 - Isla
Well done to all of our winners and well done to all those children working hard in school.
During the last week of lockdown the children in school were invited to take part in an Art competition, the theme for the competition was:
'What we are looking forward to in the future once lockdown is over'.
We had 5 art packs to hand out to 5 lucky winners. The standard of the art work was amazing and it was extremely hard to make a decision but we're sure you will agree that the winners are all very worthy. Well done to everyone who entered and our winners.
Harley - Year 6
Emisa - Year 5
Sarina - Year 3
Kaelin-Rose - Year 2
Thery - Reception