St Paul's School Singing CD
Thank you to everyone who supported our Math's Day events and helped us to raise £93.00 in aid of the NSPCC.
Christmas Grotto ...The Immersive Igloo!
Reading Breakfast 2019
Thank you to everyone who supported the Macmillan Cancer Research Coffee Morning 2019.
We raised over £150.00 thanks to your generosity!
Year Five Bushcraft Experience June 2019
In June some of our Year Five children went out into the wilderness of the Cholmondeley Bushcraft centre and camped in the forest overnight. We had an amazing time!
KS1 Awards Ceremony 2019
We all enjoyed sharing our favourite books from Nursery to Y6!
World Book Day 2019
NSPCC Number Day
On Friday 1st February 2019, we took part in the NSPCC Number Day. Children and staff took part in 'Dress up for Digits' and came to school wearing an item of clothing with a number on it or a onesie. To raise money for the NSPCC charity, we asked for donations and we managed to raise £95.
We hosted two maths breakfasts in school, where the children were able to enjoy some maths activities with their parents and carers. We then held a maths house competition in the hall for all classes and everyone took part in a game of 'Higher or Lower'. Finally, the children all took part in an individual maths competition in the afternoon, where they were then able to earn house points for their team.
We appreciate everyone's support with Number Day and here are some photos from the day.
Do Good December - Kindness Calendar
The staff at St. Paul's were set the challenge to create a reading area/corner within their classroom which would encourage pupils to further develop their love for reading. They were asked to think carefully how they might encourage to boys and some reluctant readers in their class to use the reading corners. Mrs Rowley then asked the Learning Council if they would go round and judge the reading areas and pick some deserving winners.
What amazing results we got!!
Every class had a fabulous reading corner and the Learning Council had many discussions with Mr Parkinson, the Learning Council mentor, until they finally reached their decisions which were announced in our celebration assembly. All teachers and those who had helped were thanked for all their hard work and the main winners were:
EYFS/KS1 winner was Willow 1 Year 2 with their palm leaf draped area
Congratulations to Mrs Oliver and her team
KS2 winner was Chestnut 1 Year 6 with their Greatest Showman area
Congratulations to Miss Booth and her team
with a special award for the best team effort going to Sycamore 1 Year 4 with the amazing cabin complete with stove!
Congratulations to Mr Gore and his very big team who all contributed to the amazing log cabin!
Finally a massive 'THANK YOU' and well done to our Learning Council in carrying out the judging of this competition in such a democratic and thorough manner.
Reading Area Competition
In September, some children from Years 5 and 6 were lucky enough to meet celebrated author Cressida Cowell. She read extracts from her new book 'The Wizards of Once: Twice Magic'. Our children then met her and she signed copies of her book and answered their questions. The children are now enjoying reading this series of books and are excited for her next release.
Macmillan Coffee Morning September 2018
Once again we had a wonderful turn out for our coffee morning to raise funds for the Macmillan Cancer Support charity. Well done to the Y6 Prefects on successfully running their first event of the year!
EASTER BINGO!! Thank you to everyone who attended the Easter Bingo event. All money raised will go towards the bike shed fund.
Thank you to everyone who supported our Mother's Day Coffee morning. We raised over £50.00 towards the school Bike Shed Fund
Reading Breakfast March 2018.
Thank you to everyone who attended the Reading Breakfast and shared a book with their child.
We all enjoyed reading rhyming books and poetry during World Book Day this year. Can you guess who our staff's favourite book characters are?
Our school footballers have done a fantastic job of representing the school in a variety of competitions this half term. Well done to all those who took part.
The Attendance in January was a big success and there was a surprise visitor to the disco!! Well done to all those children whose attendance was over 96%
Year 2 Christmas Nativity ~ A Little Bird Told Me!
On December 9th the School Choir Performed at The Church Christmas Fair. The children also performed for the elderly visitors to the Community Room at the Harriet Street Community centre. Well done everyone!!!
Sporting Achievements 2017-2018