Latest News

  • Ali Baba Juice

    date posted: Tuesday 14 Oct 2014
    On Tuesday Chris and Sienna from Ali Baba Juice came to show St Paul’s all about the exciting world of juicing. They talked about different fruit and vegetables and how important they are to be fit and healthy. Then the children were able to see how a juice is made and try some.
  • Girls Football

    date posted: Friday 3 Oct 2014
    The girls football team had their first match against Lawdale Primary School. We lost 3-2 but it was a great game.
  • Newsletter Autumn 2014

    date posted: Thursday 2 Oct 2014
  • St Paul’s Local Offer

    date posted: Friday 26 Sep 2014
  • After School Tuck-shop

    date posted: Monday 22 Sep 2014
    After school tuck-shop returned on Friday. Parents and children could buy healthy roast vegetables wraps and wash it down with a delicious vegetable and fruit juice that they had made using our new Juicer.
  • Kitchen Garden Lessons

    date posted: Friday 19 Sep 2014
    This week children across the school have been taking part in their first Kitchen garden lessons in the pod.
  • Wilton’s Scaffolding Project

    date posted: Wednesday 17 Sep 2014
    We are lucky enough to have been asked to help paint the scaffolding boards outside Wilton’s. A group of children will go each lunch time with Mrs Chester and paint for half an hour. Make sure you go to Wilton’s to watch the work in progress.
  • Kitchen Pod Training

    date posted: Thursday 11 Sep 2014
    After school on Thursday the staff went into the kitchen pod to test out the exciting new facilities that the children will be using each week. In teams we made delicious aubergine and halloumi burgers. We can’t wait to get cooking next week!
  • Joint Meeting of the Governing Bodies of St John’s and St Paul’s CE Primary Schools 2nd April 2014

    date posted: Tuesday 22 Jul 2014
  • Handball Finals

    date posted: Wednesday 9 Jul 2014
    St Pauls really enjoyed this years Handball Finals at Langdon Park. Team 2 came third overall and the determination shown by this team was incredible.

Welcome to St Paul's

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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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Telephone: 020 86603228   Mobile: 07836 766990