Hythehill Primary School and Nursery

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Welcome to Hythehill Primary School’s website.

We hope you find the information about Hythehill Primary School on this website useful and informative, and we are continually updating and maintaining the pages.

Hythehill Primary School and Nursery was opened in 1965 and is situated in the picturesque seaside town of Lossiemouth overlooking the Moray Firth. There are extensive grounds around the school including raised flower beds, wildlife garden, a newly refurbished quadrangle with garden, two large playing areas and a large sports field.

 

We are fortunate to be surrounded by two beautiful  beaches and woodlands. All of which is in easy walking distance, and so the pupils can actively engage in a variety of outdoor learning to enhance their learning experiences.

The school serves a large local community as well as the local RAF base. Members of the various communities work as together for the wellbeing of the school and pupils who attend Hythehill.

The school is built on several levels. On entering the building there is full access to the large and prominent Assembly  hall, which doubles as a PE hall.

There is a large stage, which is used for the teaching of drama and music.

We are privileged to have a separate canteen.

On the single storey wing of the building, initially accessed via a few steps, as well as an industrial stair lift for wheel chair access there is the nursery, the new library, three teaching classroom, the ASN Base, the Nurture Room, administration offices and toilet facilities.

Towards the rear of the building there are three further floors, accommodating four classrooms on each floor.

On the ground floor a classroom has been adapted into a Food Technology room, and each class is timetabled to cook throughout the year to enhance the children’s learning experiences of the curriculum. A further food technology area is located in the ASN Base.

On the middle floor there is an ICT suite. A further netbooks are allocated to the different areas of the school on portable netbook trolleys.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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