Stone Age Pinch Pots

We joined Oak class today in the Art Room as they were busy taking a stroll back in time to the early Stone Age. Their task today was to make some ancient clay pots

World Book Day 2018

Despite the bad weather and closures last week, the children and staff of St Paul’s Primary School were still in fine spirits, and in fine costume for our World Book Day 2018, which took place


Dear Parents, Providing there is no further snow overnight, St. Paul’s School will open tomorrow as usual. However, heavy snow has been forecast in

Oak Class Liturgy Lesson

Year five went to St Paul’s church for the first lesson of their RE unit Liturgy. Mother Katy told us about different objects in the church and what areas of worship they are used for.

Year 6 visit Rock UK!

On Tuesday 6th February 2018, our year six pupils had an amazing opportunity to visit Rock UK. Rock UK is a Christian charity providing outdoor adventure for all.

Olympian Jo Mersh at St Paul’s!

St Paul’s Primary School had a very special visitor today. We were joined in assembly by British Olympian Jo Mersh. Jo, who specialises in the 8oom

Year 4 Ukulele Concert

This week our amazingly talented year four pupils joined other pupils from schools within the borough at the Royal Festival Hall for a spectacular concert. Our children delivered an

Netball Tryouts

As you may all know, St Paul’s Primary School is putting together a Netball team to represent us in a forthcoming Netball tournament, which takes place early February. If you

Football at St Paul’s

Our girls and boys football team have had two games so far this term and are clearly improving their skills with every game. Our children are a very sporting bunch and always work so

Oak Class Art – Greece

We are back in the art block and today we join Oak class. Todays art topic is Ancient Greece and the children are looking at the many styles, shapes and patterns that the Greeks are