Business and Enterprise

Hi there,

Business and Enterprise club would like to request donations of clean, soft toys and jam jars.

Many Thanks

B&E Club

Healthy Eating Club!

The children have been very busy in healthy eating club in the last two weeks. The first week we made delicious fruit skewers using: strawberries, grapes, kiwi, melon, apple and banana. The children helped prepare the fruit using their peeling and chopping skills.IMG_2287IMG_2289

This week we have made a variety of sandwiches. The children helped to prepare the fillings by:

  • chopping tomatoes, cucumbers, cheese and ham
  • making egg and cress mayonnaise
  • mixing tuna with cucumber or sweetcorn

The children buttered their own bread and had a choice of fillings from:

  • ham, cheese and tomato
  • tuna and sweetcorn
  • tuna and cucumber
  • egg and cress mayonnaise

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A Fantastic Start in Reception!

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What a fantastic start to the school year the Reception children have made! They have been so enthusiastic with their learning and trying lots of new things in provision, we have been so proud of …Read More

Share a story!

Our after school club, share a story, has got off to a fantastic start. Week 1 we read and re-told the story of Mrs Honey’s Hat using puppets and props. We also made our own hat just like Mrs Honey! This week we read the rainbow fish. We created our own fish puppets with beautiful, couloured, shiny scales. Come and enjoy share a story club on a Monday after school for Reception and Year 1!


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Year 4

This week in year 4 we will begin looking at;

Numbers up to 100,000 and will begin comparing them to identify which is greater or smaller.

Alongside this in English we are beginning to look at newspaper reports and we will be having a go at writing our own, linked to Charlie and the chocolate factory.

In science we shall be doing our first experiment looking at solids,liquids and gases.

In DT we are going to begin to design our very own chocolate bar wrapper, ready for our creations.

Last but not least we will be looking at the Mayan gods and their religions.

Look back later to see how we get on! Miss Briggs and Mrs Barraclough

Welcome Back!!!

A huge welcome back to all staff and pupils today!

We hope everyone has a lovely first day back and is looking forward to a great year at St Paul’s.

A special welcome to our new reception class teacher Mrs Darbyshire.


Get ready Yr 4!!

Myself (Miss B) and Mrs B are very much looking forward to seeing you all on Thursday 3rd September.

Don’t forget the marbles in the jar and how we earn them; full uniform, tie on, hair tied up, smiles on faces, using manners, everyone on time.

We have created a little mind map for, Mums, Dads, Grandparents etc to look at. It includes what we will be looking at over the half term in each area of the curriculum and it may help in the likely event of

‘So what have you done at school today?’



We will also be putting up extra information in the Yr4 entrance to school, feel free to take a look and even take a copy.

Mrs Hallworth will be teaching French and RE on a Tuesday morning.
Music will be on a Wednesday Afternoon.
PE will be on a Thursday Afternoon – PE kit is blue shorts, white t shirt- round neck collar, pumps, trainers, blue jumper and blue jogging bottoms.

Mind Map Aut1 Click on the picture for it to enlarge.


A huge thank you for your continued support,

Miss Briggs and Mrs Barraclough x

Good Luck to Staff leaving!

As a school we would like to take this chance to wish two of our fantastic members of staff all the best in their new roles away from St Pauls.

Firstly a huge good luck to Miss Thoesby who is taking some time out of teaching to spend time with her lovely little boy. We hope they are able to spend lots of quality time together.

Secondly a huge good luck to Miss Ward who was covering Mrs Browne in reception. We hope you have a lovely time in your new school.

You will both be greatly missed by staff, children and parents. Good Luck!

Year 6 Leavers

We would like to say a huge well done and good luck to all the year 6 children leaving St.Paul’s CE Primary this week. They have had a fantastic year and we are extremely proud of them!

The leavers assembly on 15/7/15 was a great opportunity to remember the amazing memories at primary school and say a final goodbye. This was closely followed by their leavers prom which was a star studded event. A big thank you to Mrs Coe for all her hard work organising the brilliant night!!!

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Welcome to St. Paul’s Blog!!

Welcome to St.Paul’s brand new Blog. Keep up to date with St Paul’s events, your child and find helpful tips on subjects in school.