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  • Monday 29 November 2021 Hindleap Warren 2021 There was much excitement as Year 6 set off for their residential trip this morning. They arrived safely and were quickly working on making their beds before their first activity. This afternoon they took part in map reading and orienteering. They had to work in groups to follow the directionsand locate the different points on the map. Mrs Griffin was delighted to see that during the activity they foud evidence that Hindleap Warren are embracing the 'Daily Mile' too! After completing their afternoon activity, they headed for their evening meal before going on a night walk. Check back here daily for more photos of their adventures.
  • Thursday 25 November 2021 Year 5 Cricket Tournament 'On Thursday 25th November, seven children from Year 5 travelled to the Chessington School to play in an indoor cricket tournament. The team played five matches against several schools from the Borough. The children played extremely well, scoring lots of sixes, making some great catches and taking some wickets. Unfortunately, victory eluded us - although this did not stop the children from smiling all day, demonstrating the great spirit of St. Paul's pupils!Well done tothe team!
  • Wednesday 24 November 2021 Community Police Visit On Wednesday 17th November we were visited by two of our Local Community Police Officers, who had offered to talk to our Year 5 nad Year 6 pupils about how to be safe online and when out in our local area.
  • Thursday 18 November 2021 Year 4 National Gallery Visit On Thursday 18th November, Year 4 had a fantastic visit to the National Gallery. Whilst at the gallery, they took part in a workshop which saw them focusing on different paintings within the gallery and completing pieces of art based on these using sketching and collage. The children also visited Trafalger Square and for some of them it was their first journey on a tube. We are so pleased that we are able to begin taking the children out on these experiences again as they not only enrich their learning across the curriculum, but theyalso allow us to teach thechildren important life skills, such as how to use public transport safely.
  • Thursday 18 November 2021 PSA Christmas Craft Fair On Thursday 18th November, the PSA held a Christmas Craft Fair in the school hall.It was a wonderful evening with some lovely examples of lovely businesses - many selling handmade items. There was a fantastic atmosphere with people happy to be atending the first event of this kind that the PSA has been able to run for some time. It was also lovely to see a mixture of parents from across the school working together to orgnase the evening. We are so grateful for the work that the volunteers in the PSA do to raise money to support our school.
  • Thursday 11 November 2021 Remembrance Day 2021 Year 6 visited the church today to join the Remembrance Day Service outside the church. They have been learning about World War 2 and as part of their unit of learing they have been finding out about local residents wholost their lives dring the war. For each of these local people, the chidlren created a cross which they then took over to the churchyard with them. They were a real credit to the school as they spoke to local residents after the service and whilst they were at the church we held a 2 minute silence at the school as a makr of respect too. The clay poppies thatwere created by our Key Stage 2 pupils were also on display at the churchyard and will be seen at the service on Sunday too. It is wonderful to once again be able to join with the church on these significant occasions and we are already looking forward to the kS2 Choir performing at theSt Paul's Church Carol Service on Sunday 12th December.
  • Wednesday 10 November 2021 'GOAL' Day for Year 6 On Wednesday 10th November, Year 6 had a 'GOAL' day (Game of Real Life) delivered by Premier Education. During the day they completed activities that would help them to prepare for life as they grow older. The day included activities focused on:
  • Monday 8 November 2021 School Garden Project On Saturday 6th November, a kind and committed group of volunteers came into school to begin work on the new school garden. They worked tirelessly to weed the beds, turnover the soil and start to prepare spaces for the fruit and vegetables to be planted. It was fantastic to see the families working together. We are extremely grateful to the families who gave up their time to support us and we look forward to seeing other families at our next gardening session - further details to follow once a date has beset.
  • Friday 22 October 2021 Year 5 Hampton Court Visit On Friday 22nd October, Year 5 enjoyed a fitting finale to our Theme work on the Tudors by visiting Hampton Court Palace. The children enjoyed a tour of Henry VIII's State Apartments led by Mr. Macfarlane. This was followed by a tour of the Tudor Kitchens led by one of the costumed guides. The children behaved impeccably and learned so much new information.
  • Thursday 21 October 2021 Year 3 Victorian Day In year 3 we loved our Victorian day! Miss Bleach did her best to be a scary Victorian teacher. We discovered that children in Victorian schools learned by repetition, which we found to be a very boring way to learn. In the afternoon we each made a Victorian toy to take home and we carved soap. Miss Bleach thought we all looked amazing in our Victorian outfits.
  • Friday 15 October 2021 Year 6 Cricket Tournament On Friday 15th October, eight children from Year 6 attended a cricket event at the Chessington School.Due to several other schools being unable to attend, the children enjoyed an extended coaching session from aSurrey Cricket Club coach before playing two matches against Malden Parochial. Despite scoring several boundaries, conceding several wickets ultimately cost the team in a closely-fought match. Well done toto the team for being such excellent representatives of our school values.
  • Friday 8 October 2021 Football Tournament On Friday 8th October, eight children from Years 5 and 6 travelled to Churchfields Recreation Ground to participate in a football tournament against local schools. The team played well in several matches and were unfortunate not to register a win against the eventual winners St Mary's. Mr. Bonfante was proud of the children's effort and conduct - they represented the school with distinction. Well done to the team!
  • Friday 8 October 2021 Macmillan Cake Sale A huge thank you to all those who have contributed to our cake Sale today to raise money for Macmillan. We have raised over £300.
  • Thursday 7 October 2021 2021 Virgin Money Giving Mini London Marathon in schools As a school we have all very much enjoyed taking part in the Virgin Mini Marathon this year. Each child in school has run 2.6 miles and is being awarded a certificate for this achievement. We are proud of our efforts and the continued focus on exercise and wellbeing at St Paul’s.
  • Wednesday 6 October 2021 Year 4 Hockey Tournament On Wednesday 6th October, seven children from Year 4 travelled to the Surbiton High playing fields for a hockey tournament. The children played four matches, beating Surbiton High, St. Matthew's and Burlington Juniors. Most importantly, the children played as a team,displayingour school values of commitment and courage by never giving up, even when the matches were tough. They also showed love by supporting each other for the whole tournament - and celebrating like crazy when they scored!Well done tothe team!
  • Wednesday 6 October 2021 Harvest Service 2021 It was fantastic to be able to come together for our harvest service in school today. The service was led by our Year 6 Faith Reps and Luke our Vicar gave us a talk on why harvest is not just about a one-time opportunity to thank God but rather a reminder that this is something we should be doing all year round. The singing was worshipful and the instrumental support from pupils was brilliant. Thank you to everyone in the community for your harvest contributions we have had a staggering offering and will be taking it later this week to Kingston Food Bank. We talked about cheerful giving earlier in the week and this was really evident.
  • Tuesday 5 October 2021 Art Enrichment in Year 6 This week Year 6 had their first session with Mr Morgan from Soutborough where they were creating their clay poppies to be used as part of our art installation to mark Remembrance Day. The work that has been created across Key Stage 2 is wonderful and we cannot wait to see it when it has been glazed and is complete.
  • Monday 4 October 2021 Visit from Ed Davey Today we were visited by Ed Davey. He had a tour of the school and met with the School Council to hear more about what the children like most about being pupils at St Paul's. They told him about the range of subjects that they learn about and the different ways that they are recognised for positive behaviour, contributions and learning. They had the chance to hear about Ed's job and asked him about how he demonstrates 'commitment' in his role linked to the work thatwe have been completing around our new school values. It was wonderful to have the chnace to show him around aour school and Mrs Evans was incredibly proud of the contributions made by the School Council during their discussion.
  • Thursday 30 September 2021 Singing Collective Worship This week we had the pleasure of listening to another young pianist as we came together for oursinging worship,who impressed us with his musicality. Well done.
  • Thursday 23 September 2021 Singing Collective Worship On Thursday 23rd September we were accompanied by one of our Year 5 pupils playing 'Harvest Samba' on the recorder. This pupil asked her Grandfather to help her with the musical score for a song we had learnt the previous week. It was impressive to see the level of commitment in learning this in such a short period of time. We are delighted that she will be able to accompany us at our Harvest Festival service on 6th October.
  • Thursday 16 September 2021 Singing Collective Worship On 16th September we were thrilled to have one of our Year 5 pupils play the piano as we all entered into our whole school singing collective worship. This has encouraged other members of our school community to share their musical talents. Look out for examples in the following weeks.
  • Monday 13 September 2021 Curriculum Enrichment - Autumn 2021 This term, we have a variety of enrichment activities taking place alongside our core curriculum offer. Some examples are: iRock music lessons, art lessons led by a local secondary teacher, keyboard lessons delivered by the 'Kingston Music Service' and specialist gymnastics teaching. It is wonderful to be able to offer some ofthese exciting opportunities once again.
  • Monday 6 September 2021 Start of Term
  • Tuesday 20 July 2021 Year 6 Dough Shack Lunch Today Year 6 enjoyed pizzas freshly prepared for them by the Dough Shack in our school playground. A lovely treat as part of their final week. 
  • Tuesday 20 July 2021 KS2 Sports Day On Thursday 15th July we had our school Sports Day. Our Reception and KS1 children took part in a carousel of 10 activities which they thoroughly enjoyed. Rubies were the overall champions on the day. 
  • Tuesday 20 July 2021 Reception & KS1 Sports Day On Thursday 15th July we had our school Sports Day. Our Reception and KS1 children took part in a carousel of 10 activities which they thoroughly enjoyed. Rubies were the overall champions on the day. 
  • Monday 12 July 2021 Year 6 Football Tournament On Monday 5th July, the boys' and girls' football teams travelled to the Chessington School to play a friendly match against Lovelace Primary. The girls played well but eventually lost to a very strong Lovelace team. The boys played out a thrilling 2-2 draw and were extremely unfortunate not to win after a last-second goal was ruled out. To finish, all of the children took part in a penalty shootout in which St. Paul's triumphed. A great afternoon was had by all. Thanks to Mr. Bonfante for accompanying the team.
  • Thursday 24 June 2021 Year 5 Cricket Tournament
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