Tag Archives: whole school

Summer Fair 29.6.2018

Thank you to everyone who came to our summer fair on the 29th June. It was a lovely sunny evening with lots of fun including teachers in the stocks, penalty shoot out and face painting.


Welcome back to Year 2

Image result for welcome back to school images

Welcome back to school Year 2.

Over the next half-term we will be learning about:

English -Poetry –  Free verse – Monkeys eat bananas
Poetry –   Fiction – Character descriptions
Maths – Number and place value    Addition and subtraction
ICT – Internet safety
Science – Animals, including humans
Topic – Nurturing Nurses
RE – God and Creation
Art – Guiseppe Abercrombie
PE – Fridays
Library – Thursdays

Thank you

Mrs T Smith


Transition Day

We hope everyone has had an amazing transition day and we welcome all the new children in reception and the new teachers.

We welcome back Miss Briggs back from maternity leave and our new cover supervisor, Mrs Rawlinson, who will be working with Year 6.

Hope you like our first blog post

Digital Leaders


Remembrance Day

This week we have learnt all about Remembrance day and done some awesome Art work in every class.

We also had an assembly and a 2 minute silence to remember all the soldiers and other people involved in World War 1 especially but also World War 2  and wars that are still going on right now.

Here are some examples of our Art work.

Mrs Hallworth

img_4810 img_4814 img_4817 img_4826 img_4827 img_4828 img_4835 img_4842 img_4848 img_4851 img_4861 img_4870 img_4872 img_4880

Back to School 6.9.2016


Hope everyone has had a fantastic summer holiday and is ready for the new school year to start tomorrow.

All the builders, teachers and staff have been working hard to get school ready. You will see some big changes around school too!

See you all tomorrow at 8:35am in the playground.

This Week At St Pauls

The this week at St Pauls has been packed full of fun trips and interesting lessons. We are sorry we have not been posting recently for various reasons, but, let’s get on with this week at St Pauls!

Starting with year 6- our class- have had an awesome week (well most of it) at London. It was packed with mind blowing activities and amazing experiences. This of course couldn’t have happened without the huge help from Miss Wassel, Mr Platt, Miss Charles, Mrs Malt, Mr Bland, Mrs Broadbent, Mrs Pearson and Mrs Cook.

In year 5, in maths, they have been looking and working on statistics. In literacy, year 5 have been writing persuasive brochures on Brazil trying to get them to go and have a holiday there. Finally, they made masks in topic.

In year 4, in maths, they have been working on parallel and perpendicular lines. In literacy, they have been doing hard work on leaflets.In science; they worked on classifying animals.

In year 2, they have been  writing a character description of a pirate known as: Captain Purple beard. Furthermore, year 2 have been doing division with remainders. Also, in art they have been drawing shells.

In year 1,  they have been doing lots of things such as; sandwich instructions, imaginative recounts, position and direction.

Finally in Reception, they have been learning the alphabet and writing sentences.

So thank you for reading this post and we will write another one next week.



Transition Day 2016

Good luck to all the children in their new classes today. A special good luck to the Year 6 children, who are visiting their new high schools today too. I would like to wish a warm welcome to all the new Reception class children and parents who will be joining our St Paul’s family in September.

Have fun 🙂




British Values Day

Yesterday St Paul’s celebrated the Queen’s 90th birthday and all things British.

Children, staff, governors and church members enjoyed a picnic in the church grounds and listening to each class singing their way through the decades of the Queen’s reign.

We were blessed with wonderful weather, fabulous food and super singing.

A great big THANK YOU to all involved, especially the music team.

Mrs Hallworth


Euro Day 16.6.2016

Yesterday at St. Paul’s, staff and children dressed up in Euro and football themed non-uniform and watched the game if they wanted to. Children in several year groups also found out about the countries involved in the competition.

Well done and thank you to all pupils and staff who joined in our Euro 2016 celebrations.

What a fantastic day and great result!!



England vs Wales Thursday 16.6.2016

Euro 2016 England vs Wales

CaptureCapture wales

England and Wales are set to meet in the second of the Euro 2016 group stages matches this Thursday.

The children are welcome to come dressed in ‘Euros’ theme non-uniform, football shirts, colours etc.

The match kicks off at 2pm so children, who would like to, can watch the game together in the hall. Children in years 2 and above are also invited to continue watching the game after school until 4pm.

COME ON ENGLAND!!!!!!!!!!!!

Miss C 🙂