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News from Church Hill

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  • 21/01/20

    Severe weather forecast acrossEngland

    Cold weather is predicted to be widespread from Wednesday and over the weekend. Keep wrapped up warm and check on older people and neighbours. Talk to neighbours and friends about clearing snow and ice in front of your house and public walkways nearby. Try to keep your home heated to at least 1...
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  • 05/01/20

    Happy New Year!

    Happy New Year everyone. The staff are all having training on Monday and Tuesday, so we look forward to children joining us on Wednesday 8th.
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  • 17/12/19

    Christmas holidays coming soon

    Friday 20th December is the last day of term before the Christmas holidays.
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  • 02/12/19

    Phones are working again at Church Hill

    Thanks for your patience while we sorted this out.
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  • 02/12/19

    School closed for Polling Day

    On Thursday 12th December we will be closed as a school but open as a Polling Station.
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  • 02/12/19

    Buy a Christmas tree, plant a tree

    Our school Christmas tree has been provided by The Christmas Forest, whose pop-up shop at the Lee Valley Ice Centre, Lee Bridge Road, E10 7QL is now open.
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  • 26/11/19

    See more Artyface mosaics

    Church Hill parent Maud Milton is the power behind our gorgeous new mosaics. This article shows you what else she's been doing to make our Borough more beautiful and our community stronger.
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  • 18/11/19

    Read our new school newsletter

    Find out what's going on...
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  • 04/11/19

    We have afternoon places available now

    If you know anyone looking for a nursery school place for a 3 or 4 year old, please tell them about us. 
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  • 29/10/19

    Monstrous Assembly time!

    You have the chance to meet the life-sized clay monsters created by school students across Waltham Forest, assisted by Esther Neslen, supported by Waltham Forest Borough of Culture.
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  • 15/10/19

    We made mosaics with artyface.co.uk

    As part of Waltham Forest's year as the first ever London Borough of Culture, former Church Hill parent Maud Milton (maudmilton on Instagram) helped the children draw, paint and put together mosaics to decorate our school.
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  • 23/09/19

    Time to book October playscheme

    It might feel like term has just started, but our Playscheme for October half term is already booking up.
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