"Rejoice in hope, be patient in tribulation, be constant in prayer."
Year 6 SATS
Beginning on the 9th May, Year 6 will be sitting their SATS tests. I am sure all their hard work and preparation will enable them all to do very well. Good luck Year 6.
A look at our new lunchtime games....
We have noticed that some children are not wearing the correct summer uniform. Please make sure summer dresses are of a small pink gingham print. There are also a number of children who are not wearing the correct footwear. You can find the school uniform list on our new school website or by clicking the link here.
Please note that we can only refund or exchange uniform if it is returned unused up to 14 days after purchase. Please speak with Miss Hatton in the Medical Room if you have any queries.
If you are interested in join our Anti-Racism party please let Mrs Cresswell know. Going forward the group will meet once a term with the focus on looking at diversity and inclusion in the school.
We are hoping to organise an ambition day where we would like parents/carers/grandparents to come and talk to the children about their careers. Please contact Mrs Cresswell if you would be interested in participating.
We were very sad to hear of the death of a former member of staff, Shirley Smith. Shirley taught for many years in Reception, I am sure she taught some of our parents who attended St Paul’s. We send our thoughts and prayers to her family at this sad time.
If you've been on our website recently you may have noticed that we have added some quick links on the menu bar to help you navigate to your ParentPay account, the School Shop for uniform purchases, and the Parent Portal. There is also a Google Translate button for parents for whom English is not their first language (although please note that this will only translate web content, not any documents or pdfs).
Year 4 biscuits
In Year 4, in our DT lessons, we made biscuits. We planned the biscuits so they would be healthy. We did this by evaluating a variety of biscuit recipes and discussing what makes something ‘healthy’. We made them healthier by adding less sugar and including fruit. We decided to use raisins as the fruit.
We started by adding all of our ingredients, then formed a ball of dough.
Then, we rolled the dough out and used biscuit cutters to create our shapes.
Finally, we baked our healthier biscuits in the oven and enjoyed them at home! We are very proud of them.
Year 5's Robot Workshop
Last week, year 5 participated in a robot workshop as part of the STEM project which introduced Engineering4Kids. The two classes worked in small groups in the hall to follow instructions to build a working remote controlled robot.