We are delighted to announce the news of a special award presented to Tessa Woodward, who many of our readers will remember as a key member of the teacher training team at Hilderstone for many years. Tessa retired from Hilderstone in 2016 but has remained active in the profession, editing the Teacher Trainer and maintaining […]
‘MONEY makes the world go round’, as we say in English….or is it ‘the root of all evil’? Whatever you think, it’s important to know some of the key words related to money and finance. Can you complete the words below? 1) My salary goes directly into my c_____t account every month. 2) Most people […]
a mishmash of …. A confused mixture of different kinds of things
Hilderstone College students learning how to make #origami by Kumi, the Hilderstone College Cafeteria Manager.
be (as) right as rain Feel well again
wear your heart on your sleeve Make your emotions and feelings obvious; you don’t hide them.
go hell for leather go as fast as possible
Can you match the adjectives with their noun collocations? ADJECTIVES NOUN hasty divorce mixed humour total […]
So… this week’ s quiz is all about vocabulary. These anagrams are all things we associate with summer. It’s nearly here! Can you unscramble the words? There is a clue after each one, to help you. 1) hnesnuis (We had lots of this at the weekend!) 2) cei mecra (Delicious!) 3) nmsimwgi (an activity) 4) […]
Walmer Castle dates back to the time of Henry VIII (1491 – 1547) and was originally built as a defence fortress, but has evolved into a homely residence for many well-known names from the Duke of Wellington to the Queen Mother. Inside you can explore Wellington’s career, the story of his life and death and even […]