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  • GCSE Records Tumble as harder GCSEs pose no problem at Hill House!

    Published 22/08/19

    Pupils and staff at Hill House are celebrating this year after another record-breaking set of GCSE exam results.

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  • A New Era for Music at Hill House

    Published 19/08/19

    Such has been the success and growth of Music at Hill House in recent years, the new term will see a significant development in the leadership of Music at the school, as the department will now be managed by two members of staff, each looking after separate areas of Music.

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  • A Level Results

    Published 15/08/19

    Students at Hill House School are celebrating this week as they receive a record set of A level grades.

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  • Greta Claims European Gold

    Published 19/07/19

    Hill House School pupil Greta Highfield is celebrating after being crowned the European Biathle Champion in Madeira, Portugal.

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  • Speech Day

    Published 10/07/19

    As ever, we brought our Summer Term to a close with Speech Day, an opportunity to recognise pupils’ perseverance, hard work and positive attitudes shown throughout the academic year. The two prizegiving ceremonies saw pupils awarded for achievements and effort in academic subjects, sport, music, art and drama. The day also serves to let us say goodbye and good luck to Upper Sixth students.

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  • Hill House Appoint New Director of Rugby

    Published 02/07/19

    Rugby players were delighted to meet our new Director of Rugby, Mr Chris Rose, over the course of this half term, as he travelled from Manchester to give coaching clinics to various age groups.

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  • Doncaster Youth Council - Children and Families Forum

    Published 02/07/19

    In June, six pupils from Hill House School took part in the Children and Families Forum event, hosted by the Doncaster Youth Council at the Keepmoat Stadium in Doncaster.  

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  • Superb Summer Music

    Published 02/07/19

    Again, the annual summer picnic concert was a great success, the weather held out and the sun made an appearance. Choirs, ensembles and solos wowed the audience with an eclectic selection of music from Pirates of the Caribbean, Coldplay, Meatloaf and Pentatonix. 

    The evening was brought to a close by an energetic performance by the massed choir of the Beach Boys' Surfin’ in the USA. Parents turned up in their droves and picnics were fully laid out and enjoyed by all. World Challenge pupils sold strawberries and cream, topping off a wonderful event. 

    It was a fantastic end to the term and the academic year for the musicians and singers of Hill House School. They should all be very proud or their musical achievements this year.


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  • Success at the IAPS Swimming Championships

    Published 12/06/19
    Hill House School have plenty to celebrate after an incredible performance at the IAPS Swimming Championships. ​Junior Swim Squad members Connie Crowther and Greta Highfield have returned from London with a silver and bronze medal respectively.&
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  • A New School Record for History Making Pair

    Published 04/06/19
    Round 2 of the U14 Yorkshire Cup saw history being made by Hill House cricketers in their derby match with Hungerhill School, played at Barnby Dun Cricket Club. Having won the toss, Hill House School’s Captain, Rocco Cook, elected to bat fir
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  • Girls’ Cricket Takes Off at Hill House!

    Published 20/05/19
    Our girls have really embraced the challenge of learning a new sport, enjoying their first competitive cricket match this term! From Year 4 to Year 9, the girls have been training hard in the cricket nets and that hard work is starting to pay off
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  • IAPS National Final

    Published 13/05/19
    Two members of Hill House School's highly successful swim squad have qualified for the IAPS National Swimming Finals at the London Aquatic Centre in June. Year 5 pupil Connie Crowther, who was a novice swimmer before she came to swim squa
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