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About Us
Our Curriculum
Year Groups
Parents
Safeguarding

Welcome to Hill View Junior Academy

This is your opportunity to find out more about the largest Junior School in Sunderland. I am sure you will enjoy your visit to our website.

Hill View Junior Academy is a school that values standards and achievements. We are extremely proud of what goes on here. As our website demonstrates, the pupils of Hill View Junior Academy are supported by dedicated staff, governors and parents.

We are part of Vision Learning Trust, along with Hill View Infant Academy, and have 470 children in four year groups starting at Year 3 and finishing at Year 6. You can find us on Queen Alexandra Road, (just along from the Eye Infirmary). Alternatively you can contact the school by phoning 0191 594 7982 and ask to speak to our Office Manager, Mrs. Helen Howat.  A copy of our admission arrangements can be found in our parents page under policies. Our Chair of Governors is Mr. Steven Little, c/o the school office, and our SEN Coordinator is Mrs. Claire Hiles. Please look at our contact page for other contact information. 

I hope you enjoy enjoy browsing our website where you will find much more about the life of our school.

Best Wishes,

Hayley Sutton

Headteacher

 

 

For our latest Ofsted Report click on the link below to download:

 

For more information on our school, from the Department of Educations school performance tables website, please follow the link below:

 

Attendance for Week Ending 15/07/2022 is:

 

Our whole school attendance target is 96.6%

News
Wake Up Wednesday
16/03/2022 4:42 PM

Each Wednesday during term time, we will aim to bring you a guide from the National Online Safety Team as part of our commitment to helping keep children safe online.

 

This week’s guide addresses the timely and delicate issue of speaking with children about worrying content they've seen online. Young people are so connected to the world through their devices that, by now, the vast majority will be acutely aware of the situation in Ukraine, even if they're not quite old enough to comprehend it fully.

Many will have watched or read potentially upsetting news items online covering the invasion - and, in all likelihood, will need extra reassurance from trusted adults during these unsettling days. Our guide has practical advice on raising the subject with young ones, allowing them to express their concerns, and helping them to avoid feeling overwhelmed by their fears.

Please note - attachments do not show on our mobile app. Visit our website at https://www.hillviewjuniors.co.uk/news-and-events to view the guide.

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Miss Maxfield's 24 Hour Rowing Challenge
18/03/2022 4:40 PM

On Saturday 19th March, Miss Maxfield will be aiming to row for 24 hours straight to raise money for the diabetes charity that helped change her life.

To read more about this click on the link so be taken to the Sunderland Echo who have covered this story.

A HUGE Thank You!
18/03/2022 4:34 PM

We would like to thank each and every member of our school community for your incredible donations towards our collection for Ukraine and Comic Relief!

We have been overwhelmed with the generosity!

Parent Governor Vacancy at Hill View Junior Academy
1/04/2022 4:26 PM

A vacancy exists at your child's academy for a Parent Governor. Governors serve a 4 year term and the Local Governing Body of Hill View Junior Academy.


If you would like to be nominated as a Parent Governor please contact the school where nomination forms are available. You will need to provide details of your skills and experience that would contribute to the effectiveness of the Local Governing Body.

 

Nomination forms must be returned by Friday 29th April 2022

Thank You

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Huge Thank You!
6/05/2022 4:18 PM

We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who took part in our recent Extreme Reading Competition. We had some amazing entries from destinations all around the world. From New York to The Alps and beyond, we were amazed with the brilliant and unusual places the children found to read. We also raised an incredible £1,573!

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