Summer Term 2015

June 5, 2015

Message from Mrs Anderson…

I hope you all had a lovely half term with your families.  I have heard about some fun days out and holidays from your children! This is looking like a very busy term with so many things we all want to fit in before we break up for the summer. 

 

Well done to the year 5/6 rounders team who went to an event at Stoke Damerel on Wednesday, they were a great team and gave their all to the games.  I know Mr Woodgates was very proud of them all.

 

A huge well done to Freya, who raised £140 last weekend in the Skyride.  That is a great achievement Freya, we are all very proud of you.

 

Good luck to Kian this weekend as he takes part in his sponsored event in London for Great Ormonds Street Hospital.  I know he is very excited about taking part as I get regular updates.

 

Year 5 Residential: Next week our year 5 children with Mrs Woodgates, Mrs Milden and Mrs Morris go to Mountbatten for four days.  I hope that you all have a wonderful time- it will be great fun and you will all face some new challenges.  A reminder that the residential is from Monday to Thursday- we do expect all of the children to be at school on Friday.  They might be a little tired but so will the staff! 

 

Uniform: Summer may be upon us but we still expect the children to come to school in the correct uniform.  So many of our children are looking really smart in summer dresses or standard uniform but some children are not following the school expectation.  Please can we remind you that the children need to be wearing school shoes and not trainers.  They can keep trainers in school for PE and playtimes but they must wear school shoes at all other times.

 

School Uniform Orders:  We have received an email this week in relation to ordering school uniform from PMG School wear.  The deadline to ensure it is delivered by the beginning of September is Friday 14th August.

 

 

Mobile Telephones: Reminder that if any children do bring in a mobile it must be given to the class teacher at the start of the day.  We cannot be responsible for them if they are not given in. 

 

FOSP:   The next Friends of St Paul’s meeting is on Thursday 18th June at 5.30pm in the school.  Please can all members join us for the meeting.  If you would like to support FOSP in any way please do come to the meeting we are always looking for new members.  It is a very friendly welcoming group of people.

 

Mass: This week years 3 and 6 will be leading the school Mass.  It will be on St Barnabas and will be in the Church on Thursday at 9.30am- please join us.

 

Father Tim… Sunday 7th June (Gospel : Mark 14 : 12 – 14. 22 – 26)

This weekend in Church we celebrate Corpus Christi, which is Latin, and it means “The Body of Christ.  We remember how, on the night before he died, Jesus gave the Eucharist or the Mass to the Church, by taking the bread and wine, and saying, “This is my Body, this is my Blood.”  He also told us to “Do this as a memory of me,” which is why we gather for Mass, when we receive his Body and Blood. The bread and wine may not look much, but true Catholics believe they become the holiest and greatest gift God has given us, because they are changed by the words of Jesus spoken over them.  They truly become the presence of Jesus, the spiritual food that nourishes the souls.  The food of the Mass does not fill up our stomachs, but it does fill up our hearts with the love of Jesus.

 

Year 6 leaver events: Early warning… we wanted to let you know the details of all the events linked to our year 6 leavers so that if you need to get time off of work there is time to do so.  Virtually all of the events will take place on Thursday 16th July- events start at 9.30 with a Leavers Mass, followed by the Leavers Show ‘Dick Wittington’ at 11am, then the Leavers Award assembly at 2pm and finally the BBQ for Leavers and their families, this will be at 6.30pm.  This is looking like a fun packed day for all of the family, we also know it will be a very emotional day for everyone.

 

Armed Forces Day Event: I know that many of you will have attended previous Armed Forces Day events on Plymouth Hoe and will want to this year.  The event this year is on Saturday 27th June on Plymouth Hoe.  This is a great day out for the whole family, it is both educational and lots of fun.  Any children that have Children’s University Passports can get hours from going to the event.  They can get their passport stamped at the HMS Heroes tent.

I hope you all had a lovely half term with your families.  I have heard about some fun days out and holidays from your children! This is looking like a very busy term with so many things we all want to fit in before we break up for the summer. 

 

Well done to the year 5/6 rounders team who went to an event at Stoke Damerel on Wednesday, they were a great team and gave their all to the games.  I know Mr Woodgates was very proud of them all.

 

A huge well done to Freya, who raised £140 last weekend in the Skyride.  That is a great achievement Freya, we are all very proud of you.

 

Good luck to Kian this weekend as he takes part in his sponsored event in London for Great Ormonds Street Hospital.  I know he is very excited about taking part as I get regular updates.

 

Year 5 Residential: Next week our year 5 children with Mrs Woodgates, Mrs Milden and Mrs Morris go to Mountbatten for four days.  I hope that you all have a wonderful time- it will be great fun and you will all face some new challenges.  A reminder that the residential is from Monday to Thursday- we do expect all of the children to be at school on Friday.  They might be a little tired but so will the staff! 

 

Uniform: Summer may be upon us but we still expect the children to come to school in the correct uniform.  So many of our children are looking really smart in summer dresses or standard uniform but some children are not following the school expectation.  Please can we remind you that the children need to be wearing school shoes and not trainers.  They can keep trainers in school for PE and playtimes but they must wear school shoes at all other times.

 

School Uniform Orders:  We have received an email this week in relation to ordering school uniform from PMG School wear.  The deadline to ensure it is delivered by the beginning of September is Friday 14th August.

 

 

Mobile Telephones: Reminder that if any children do bring in a mobile it must be given to the class teacher at the start of the day.  We cannot be responsible for them if they are not given in. 

 

FOSP:   The next Friends of St Paul’s meeting is on Thursday 18th June at 5.30pm in the school.  Please can all members join us for the meeting.  If you would like to support FOSP in any way please do come to the meeting we are always looking for new members.  It is a very friendly welcoming group of people.

 

Mass: 

 

Father Tim… Sunday 7th June (Gospel : Mark 14 : 12 – 14. 22 – 26)

This weekend in Church we celebrate Corpus Christi, which is Latin, and it means “The Body of Christ.  We remember how, on the night before he died, Jesus gave the Eucharist or the Mass to the Church, by taking the bread and wine, and saying, “This is my Body, this is my Blood.”  He also told us to “Do this as a memory of me,” which is why we gather for Mass, when we receive his Body and Blood. The bread and wine may not look much, but true Catholics believe they become the holiest and greatest gift God has given us, because they are changed by the words of Jesus spoken over them.  They truly become the presence of Jesus, the spiritual food that nourishes the souls.  The food of the Mass does not fill up our stomachs, but it does fill up our hearts with the love of Jesus.

 

Year 6 leaver events: Early warning… we wanted to let you know the details of all the events linked to our year 6 leavers so that if you need to get time off of work there is time to do so.  Virtually all of the events will take place on Thursday 16th July- events start at 9.30 with a Leavers Mass, followed by the Leavers Show ‘Dick Wittington’ at 11am, then the Leavers Award assembly at 2pm and finally the BBQ for Leavers and their families, this will be at 6.30pm.  This is looking like a fun packed day for all of the family, we also know it will be a very emotional day for everyone.

 

Armed Forces Day Event: I know that many of you will have attended previous Armed Forces Day events on Plymouth Hoe and will want to this year.  The event this year is on Saturday 27th June on Plymouth Hoe.  This is a great day out for the whole family, it is both educational and lots of fun.  Any children that have Children’s University Passports can get hours from going to the event.  They can get their passport stamped at the HMS Heroes tent.

I hope you all had a lovely half term with your families.  I have heard about some fun days out and holidays from your children! This is looking like a very busy term with so many things we all want to fit in before we break up for the summer. 

 

Well done to the year 5/6 rounders team who went to an event at Stoke Damerel on Wednesday, they were a great team and gave their all to the games.  I know Mr Woodgates was very proud of them all.

 

A huge well done to Freya, who raised £140 last weekend in the Skyride.  That is a great achievement Freya, we are all very proud of you.

 

Good luck to Kian this weekend as he takes part in his sponsored event in London for Great Ormonds Street Hospital.  I know he is very excited about taking part as I get regular updates.

 

Year 5 Residential: Next week our year 5 children with Mrs Woodgates, Mrs Milden and Mrs Morris go to Mountbatten for four days.  I hope that you all have a wonderful time- it will be great fun and you will all face some new challenges.  A reminder that the residential is from Monday to Thursday- we do expect all of the children to be at school on Friday.  They might be a little tired but so will the staff! 

 

Uniform: Summer may be upon us but we still expect the children to come to school in the correct uniform.  So many of our children are looking really smart in summer dresses or standard uniform but some children are not following the school expectation.  Please can we remind you that the children need to be wearing school shoes and not trainers.  They can keep trainers in school for PE and playtimes but they must wear school shoes at all other times.

 

School Uniform Orders:  We have received an email this week in relation to ordering school uniform from PMG School wear.  The deadline to ensure it is delivered by the beginning of September is Friday 14th August.

 

 

Mobile Telephones: Reminder that if any children do bring in a mobile it must be given to the class teacher at the start of the day.  We cannot be responsible for them if they are not given in. 

 

FOSP:   The next Friends of St Paul’s meeting is on Thursday 18th June at 5.30pm in the school.  Please can all members join us for the meeting.  If you would like to support FOSP in any way please do come to the meeting we are always looking for new members.  It is a very friendly welcoming group of people.

 

Father Tim… Sunday 7th June (Gospel : Mark 14 : 12 – 14. 22 – 26)

This weekend in Church we celebrate Corpus Christi, which is Latin, and it means “The Body of Christ.  We remember how, on the night before he died, Jesus gave the Eucharist or the Mass to the Church, by taking the bread and wine, and saying, “This is my Body, this is my Blood.”  He also told us to “Do this as a memory of me,” which is why we gather for Mass, when we receive his Body and Blood. The bread and wine may not look much, but true Catholics believe they become the holiest and greatest gift God has given us, because they are changed by the words of Jesus spoken over them.  They truly become the presence of Jesus, the spiritual food that nourishes the souls.  The food of the Mass does not fill up our stomachs, but it does fill up our hearts with the love of Jesus.

 

Year 6 leaver events:  Early warning… we wanted to let you know the details of all the events linked to our year 6 leavers so that if you need to get time off of work there is time to do so.  Virtually all of the events will take place on Thursday 16th July- events start at 9.30 with a Leavers Mass, followed by the Leavers Show ‘Dick Wittington’ at 11am, then the Leavers Award assembly at 2pm and finally the BBQ for Leavers and their families, this will be at 6.30pm.  This is looking like a fun packed day for all of the family, we also know it will be a very emotional day for everyone.

 

Armed Forces Day Event: I know that many of you will have attended previous Armed Forces Day events on Plymouth Hoe and will want to this year.  The event this year is on Saturday 27th June on Plymouth Hoe.  This is a great day out for the whole family, it is both educational and lots of fun.  Any children that have Children’s University Passports can get hours from going to the event.  They can get their passport stamped at the HMS Heroes tent.

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