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  • Singing Performance

    date posted: Wednesday 9 Apr 2014
    On the last week of term, some classes had the chance to perform the songs they had been learning in singing. All of the the children put on a fantastic performance and looked like they were enjoying it as much as the audience.
  • Year 6 Cardfields Visit Day 4

    date posted: Friday 28 Mar 2014
    It’s the end of our last day. We did printing, bmx riding, cooking and natural sculpture. Mel said printing was a good skill to learn when we were doing our art activity. Bowling was really exciting as there was always something to play on. The bowling was really competitive, especially Fahmid. The best shot of […]
  • Year 6 Cardfields Visit Day 3

    date posted: Wednesday 26 Mar 2014
    We have had a fantastic third day. We loved Leisure World, especially going down the slides. Afterwards we were extremely tired and when we got back to Cardfields we did some art and rode the BMX bikes again. It was really theraputic! It is Mel’s birthday today and he is having a lovely time and […]
  • Year 6 Cardfields Visit Day 2

    date posted: Wednesday 26 Mar 2014
    We have had a great second day. The walk to Paper Mill Lock was fun but tiring and by the time we got back we all had a massive appetite for lunch. In the afternoon we rode BMX bikes around a track and took part in team challenges. The cinema was brilliant fun and lots […]
  • Year 6 Cardfields Visit Day 1

    date posted: Tuesday 25 Mar 2014
    Today has been a fantastic first day. We have all been allocated our new bedrooms for the week. Take a look at the pictures see which rooms the kids are in. We have really enjoyed orienteering and the food is delicious. We are now off to sit around a camp fire and have some marshmallows! […]
  • Saniya First Silver Badge Winner – March 2014

    date posted: Monday 24 Mar 2014
    Well done Saniya in Year 5 who is the proud winner of our first silver badge of the year. She has earnt 50 stickers. An incredible achievement!
  • St Paul’s sing with St John’s!

    date posted: Saturday 22 Mar 2014
    Today the Cable Street Voices and St Paul’s Choir went to St John’s and sang with their choir! It was great to hear their beautiful voices and also perform with children from a different school. We will definitely be doing this again!
  • World Book Day

    date posted: Saturday 22 Mar 2014
    The children at St Paul’s enjoyed an exciting World Book Day. The day began with a whole school read and was followed up by each class using non-fiction books to find out about an animal. In assembly, the teachers read out the whole school story that had been written during the week and then teachers […]
  • Year 2 Class Assembly

    date posted: Friday 21 Mar 2014
    Year 2 performed their own version of  ‘Captain Flinn and the Pirate Dinosaurs’. All of the children should be really proud of their selves for such fantastic acting, singing and dance.
  • Newsletter Spring 2014

    date posted: Wednesday 12 Mar 2014

Welcome to St Paul's

OFSTED Inspection Verdict May 2013 - 'This is an Outstanding School' read the Report...

Section 48 (SIAS) Inspection - 'St. Paul's is Outstanding' read the Report...

St Paul's Church of England Primary School provides a caring, inclusive and supportive community where every child is a valued member. We have high expectations and are ambitious for our children to succeed. We believe that people learn in a variety of different ways and that teaching should reflect this. We provide a rich and varied learning environment that enables our children to succeed and flourish now, in their next stage of education and in the wider community.

We aim to:

  • offer a secure and caring environment
  • recognize and develop each individual’s strengths and talents
  • enable children to become confident, resourceful, enquiring and independent learners
  • foster children's self-esteem and help them build positive relationships with other people
  • develop children's self-respect and encourage children to respect the ideas, attitudes, values and feelings of others
  • show respect for all cultures and, in so doing, promote positive attitudes towards other people
  • enable children to understand their community and help them feel valued as part of this community
  • help children grow into reliable, independent and positive citizens

offer a broad and balanced curriculum catering for individual needs regardless of race, creed, gender or disability within the National Curriculum requirements.

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