Wishing you a happy and holy Easter

As you will see from this weeks blog the last two weeks have been super busy at St Paul’s. It is wonderful for your children to have so many different experiences to enhance their learning at school. New themes will begin in the summer term which the teachers are busily planning at the moment- information around these will come out in the first week. If you want to see the theme for the term, the long term plan for each class is on the website. As this week has been Holy Week we have had various acts of worship led by the children. On Monday, Foundation/KS1 children guided the school through Palm Sunday, on Wednesday, years 3/4 re-enacted The Last Supper and the Washing of Feet and final

Message from Mrs Anderson

Message from Mrs Anderson… It is lovely to be able to write this message with the sun shining outside, after such a rough few days. Your children have had a busy two weeks with so much excellent learning taking place across the school. There was great excitement in school last week for World Book Day and I am assured that the staff looked fantastic as the, “Where’s Wally?’ character! The photographs of the children were amazing- thank you to you all for supporting us. A big thank you to Mrs Potterton for organising the event for the school and the focus on reading that is clear. Reading for pleasure is so important and as a school we are keen to promote this. We had Jono Madeley from th

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