We joined Chestnut Class in the art block to see what wonderful creations they were making today. The class were looking at a type of Hindu art called Rangoli design.
As part of a self sustaining initiative, St Paul’s Primary school have joined the ‘School Food Matters’ project where the school will grow items to sell at a later date.
On Friday 18th May 2018, to help celebrate the forthcoming Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan, St Paul’s Primary School held its own Royal Wedding lunch.
We are back in the art block with Oak class again as they finish their magnificent Benin masks. The people of Benin made many different kinds of art. Village craft workers made simple pots,
The sun is shining here at St Paul’s Primary School so what better way to enjoy such a beautiful day than by taking part in PE. We joined Maple Class today at PE as they learnt how to work as a
In Art block this afternoon, the children have been studying Aztec Gods and the many amazing works of art created by the Aztec people in homage to them. The learning objectives
On Monday 30th April, our superstar group visited the world famous Oval Cricket ground to work with a Surrey team coach. The day started with a tour and a visit to the Oval Museum,
With SATs week for Keystage 2 pupils fast approaching and keystage 1 pupils following close behind, we have added links to two very informative
If you have a child in year 6, at the end of key stage 2, they will take national curriculum tests in English reading, English grammar, punctuation and spelling
We joined Oak class in the art block today who were making “Masks of Benin”. These masks came from an ancient civilization from West Africa.