Every week, children throughout the school are chosen by their teachers to be a part of the “Always Club”.
On 21st April 2016, St Paul’s Primary School and schools right across the UK joined together in celebration for her Majesty The Queens 90th birthday.
At St. Paul’s School we think it is important for children to learn about nature – that’s one of the reasons we have chickens and pets in the school.
Every week, St Paul’s Primary School rewards children that have behaved the best with a position at the “top table” for lunch on Thursday.
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It’s World Book Day today at St Paul’s Primary School and to celebrate this amazing day, the children and staff of St Paul’s have chosen the theme of pirates.
To celebrate Saint David’s Day, which took place early March 2016, the children wore daffodils and leaks, which are key symbols of Wales. We took some pictures of the children in their daffodils, which can be seen below.
On 24th February, Willow class took part in an amazing percussion festival at the Royal Festival Hall.
This year we are celebrating all the British Patron saints’ Days. We celebrated St. Andrew’s Day in November, and
Just to demonstrate why these sporting opportunities are so important, we had a visit from a former pupil of St. Paul’s School, Jonathan Ilori,