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Christmas Fair

Thank you to everyone who attended our Chrirsmas fair yesterday. It was a lovely evening and a great turnout. It was lovely to see lots of parents, families and children enjoying the stalls and games.

We hope everyone enjoyed it.

Carols with the Choir

The children in the choir did us proud today as they put on a fantastic show for the members of St Paul’s Church. They sang their hearts out and entertained every one with their amazing choreography and Christmas jokes.

It was also very nice to see them mingle with our guests and serve them drinks or mince pies.

They are all super stars and so are their “managers” (Mr Collier and Mrs Barraclough)!


Mrs Hallworth


Extra Homework – Year 3

We would like to say a HUGE well done to those children in year 3 who took part in doing extra homework. The quality of work is fantastic and Mrs Barraclough and I are very proud.

We received some great models, power points and posters of our Local Area.

We look forward to sharing some of them with you in our class assembly on:

December 6th.

Year 3 – Our trip to the Mandir

Yesterday we went on a trip to visit the Mandir (Hindu Temple)

In our RE lessons we have been learning about Hindu Festivals so we decided to go and see what else we could find out.

We really enjoyed our workshop and now we can’t wait to learn all about Bramha.

Music Assembly.

Today we were treat to a hour long performance from the Bradford music service. The band were a brass quintet. They played a variety of music including tunes from the Greatest Showman, Despicable Me, Moana and Trolls.

All of the children were a fantastic audience and loved singing along and joining in.

Autumn 2 Year 3

This half term in Year 3 we are learning about our local area.

In English we will be looking at poetry, information leaflets and character descriptions.

In Math we will be focusing on addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

In topic we are looking at our local area. We will be looking at Wibsey now and how it has changed in the last 100 years.

In Art we will be looking at the artwork of David Hockney.

In Science we are investigating light and are looking forward to doing lots of experiments.

We will be concentrating on learning to type in ICT.

A couple of key dates for this half term.

Project due date – 26th November

Visit to the Mandir – 29th November

Class Assembly – 6th December

Harvest Festival

Thank you to all the parents, carers, friends and family members who attended our Harvest Festival in church yesterday or/and donated some food.

Thank you also to all the children who sang their hearts out and Year 6 readers who did a great job with their readings and prayers.

It was an amazing celebration!

Mrs Hallworth

World Mental Health Day 10.10.2018

Today is World Mental Health Day. Across the country and world people are talking about mental health and how important it is to talk. Mental health is about our feelings, our thinking, our emotions and our moods.

At St.Paul’s this year we are going to be talking a lot about mental health and keeping our children’s minds healthy.

In Year 6 we watched some videos about how we can reach out and talk about our feelings before they take over and what feelings are normal and those which are overwhelming.

If you are worried about your friends or you feel down or upset please talk to your teachers or staff in school;we can help 🙂

What is your advice Year 6?


Florence Nightingale visits Year 2

Year  2 had a visit from a very significant person called “Florence Nightingale”.

She came to tell the children about her life as a nurse and her travels to Scutari in Turkey where she nursed soldiers who were injured in the Crimean war. When she arrived there she found that the hospital was very dirty, bandages were re-used, bed sheets were filthy and rats were running around everywhere. So she and her nurses and porters decided to tidy it all up and get clean bandages and sheets. They also got fresh food and clean water. All these things helped the soldiers to get better. At night she checked on the soldiers using her lamp to light the way. We still use Florence Nightingale’s methods today and that is why she is a “significant person” and is known as “The Lady of the Lamp”.



So far in Year 6

Year 6 have had an excellent start and have already produced some great work. Here is what we have been doing so far this term.