It is our pleasure to welcome you to Wyton on the Hill Primary School. We hope that our website will provide you with some useful information about the general organisation and administration of our school.
Click here to see our latest Parent Bulletin (28th November 2016)
Thursday 8th December - Book Look for parents 3:15-5pm
Thursday 8th December - Parents' Forum Meeting 6pm
Saturday 10th December - Wyton on the Hill Parish Council Christmas Fete 11am - 2pm
Tuesday 13th December - 2pm and 5:30pm - KS1 Christmas Production of Lights, Camel, Action
Thursday 15th December - Christmas Lunch and Jumper Day
Thursday 15th December - Christmas Fair3.15 - 4:30pm
Click here to go to the Home Learning page where you can read the tasks for the October half-term holiday.
The school now accepts online payments for dinner money, trips and school uniform. Please click here for more information. Please note that apps are now available for Agora.
Choir Performance at the Officers' Mess
Children from the school choir were invited to the Base to perform to invited guests at the Officers’ Mess Charity Christmas Lunch. Despite some technical difficulties with the CD, they didn’t let it faze them and they performed admirably as they sang some of their songs from the One Voices repertoire and a couple of Christmas songs. The event was topped off for them at the end as they were given a chocolate gift to eat as they returned to school.
Y6 Whitby Residential Trip
To provide a memorable end to their primary school years, the Y6 children spent 5 days in North Yorkshire on a residential visit. The local beaches were visited several times and trips were made on a steam train and a replica of Captain Cook's Bark Endeavour. A very packed week left the children exhausted but they thoroughly enjoyed their experiences. Click here to see what they got up to.
Y3/4 Stibbington Residential Trip
29 of the Y3/4 children attended the Stibbington Centre near Peterborough for a three-day residential visit and had a great time as they learnt what they could do to look after the environment, they took part in a treasure hunt and built homes in Sulehay forest for hedgehogs. For some it was the first time away from parents but they all enjoyed a wonderful experience. Find out more by clicking here.