Finishing Touches

Posted by Mr Wright on 31/03/22 at 06:48 PM
We have all been watching the redevelopment of the St Paul’s Recreation Ground ball area with some excitement. The Friends of St Paul’s Rec, the local authority and their contracting teams have been working over the last few weeks to…

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Finishing Touches

6KL’s Traffic Lights

Posted by Mrs Little on 30/03/22 at 09:53 AM
​6KL have really enjoyed applying our learning in our Electricity unit to create our own set of working traffic lights. The children had to make their own switches then build a complex circuit to connect it all together. From there…

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6KL’s Traffic Lights

Resurrection Evidence.

Posted by Mrs Little on 30/03/22 at 09:35 AM
In RE in Year 6 we have been exploring the question of how Easter offers hope to Christians- as part of this learning we discussed accounts from the Bible linked to Jesus’ Resurrection. We explored these accounts in detail and…

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Resurrection Evidence.

Why are measurements important?

Posted by Miss James on 28/03/22 at 05:09 PM
In Year 4 the children have been weighing and measuring out flour and milk, to make pancakes. This enabled them to see the importance in ensuring that all ingredients are measured accurately, for a delicious pancake to be achieved.

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Why are measurements important?

Safety in the Kitchen

Posted by Miss James on 28/03/22 at 05:05 PM
The children in year 4 have been learning the importance of using kitchen utensils correctly and safely. The children worked extremely well and with care to peel, grate and chop a variety of fruit and vegetables.

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Safety in the Kitchen

Reception release their butterflies

Posted by Mrs Riley on 28/03/22 at 09:43 AM
On Friday, Reception took a pause in their busy day to release their butterflies. Over the last 3 weeks we have patiently watched them develop from tiny caterpillars into big hairy caterpillars, into cocoons and finally into 5 beautiful butterflies.…

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Reception release their butterflies

Making pancakes in year 4

Posted by Mrs Lonsdale on 28/03/22 at 09:27 AM
​As part of our lunch topic this half term the children are learning about where food comes from and about preparing food. The two year 4 classes worked together to measure out the required ingredients and mix the ingredients together…

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Making pancakes in year 4

Using kitchen tools safety

Posted by Mrs Lonsdale on 28/03/22 at 09:15 AM
In topic this half term the children are learning about where food comes from, how to prepare food and about using tools safely. The children used knives to cut cucumber, carrots and potatoes, peelers to peel potatoes and carrots and…

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Using kitchen tools safety

Cooking a variety of dishes in 3C

Posted by rdevu on 27/03/22 at 03:06 PM
The Children in 3C worked in small groups to make stir fry focusing on chopping, grating, peeling vegetables and mixing sauce. Children investigated a range of existing stir fry sauces, evaluating their taste, consistency and ingredients.

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Cooking a variety of dishes in 3C

Problem Solving Friday in Year 2

Posted by Mrs Barry on 25/03/22 at 04:46 PM
Today we played a game called, ‘Strike it Out’ in maths. The children were encouraged to try to create a string of calculations that uses as many numbers as possible on the 0-30 number line. They were asked to think…

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Problem Solving Friday in Year 2

Pupil Premium trip to Brentford Library

Posted by Mrs Heyhoe on 24/03/22 at 01:44 PM
​Today, a group of Year 1 children visited Brentford Library. They enjoyed choosing a book and sat with their friends to read. Then they designed their own bookmark to take home. If you would like some tips for…

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Pupil Premium trip to Brentford Library

Cooking in 3B

Posted by Mrs Heyhoe on 23/03/22 at 04:05 PM
This afternoon, 3B made pancakes. They worked together in groups and followed the recipe independently. Then they tasted a slice of delicious pancake after it had been cooked. If you would like to make pancakes at home, click
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Cooking in 3B

Nursery have the best morning!

Posted by Mrs Riley on 23/03/22 at 10:17 AM
Yesterday, Nursery had the best morning ever! We were joined by the Police, who told us about the work they do and how they keep people safe. They showed us lots of their equipment and even let us try some…

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Nursery have the best morning!

Reception have the best morning ever!

Posted by Mrs Riley on 23/03/22 at 09:52 AM
Yesterday, Reception and Nursery had the most amazing morning! We had a brilliant visit from the Police. They showed us all of the equipment they used - we even got to try some on - and talked to us about…

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Reception have the best morning ever!

Pupil Premium trip to Hogarth’s House

Posted by Mrs Heyhoe on 21/03/22 at 03:38 PM
On Thursday 10th March, 17 children in Year 1 visited Hogarth’s House in Chiswick. The children learnt that William Hogarth was an artist. They were shown a self-portrait of Hogarth and his pug dog, Trump. Hogarth…

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Pupil Premium trip to Hogarth’s House

3C Learning Life Skills

Posted by rdevu on 19/03/22 at 12:17 PM
Being able to create quick and healthy hot meals becomes increasingly important as children get older and need to learn skills for independent or supported living.The children in 3C made pancakes from scratch. We used flour, eggs and milk. We…

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3C Learning Life Skills

Maths is everywhere in Nursery

Posted by Mrs Riley on 18/03/22 at 10:38 AM
​As part of our learning this half term, we have been focusing on numbers. We have practiced counting using 1:1 correspondence and have been working on matching amounts to the correct numeral. The children are becoming increasingly confident matching amounts…

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Maths is everywhere in Nursery

Reception travel, balance and jump!

Posted by Mrs Riley on 18/03/22 at 10:26 AM
This half term we have been focusing on gymnastics in our PE lessons. We have learnt how to join different movements together to create a sequence. These include a balance, a way of travelling and one of the basic shapes…

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Reception travel, balance and jump!

Nursery are waiting for some very special arrivals

Posted by Mrs Riley on 18/03/22 at 10:17 AM
This half term we have been learning about ‘Minibeasts’. We have found out about snails and ladybirds and butterflies. To help us understand how these creatures grow and change over their lifetime we have been looking after some very special…

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Nursery are waiting for some very special arrivals

Reception Smell the Flowers

Posted by Mrs Riley on 17/03/22 at 10:46 PM
This half term our topic has been Growing and Life Cycles. As part of our learning we have developed a flower shop in our garden, where the children can select and pay for flowers and help to look after real…

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Reception Smell the Flowers

Exploring colour

Posted by Mrs Little on 17/03/22 at 08:03 PM
As part of our Art topic, 6KL spent some time experimenting with powder paints. We mixed the powder with washing up liquid to make a thick paint and explored the consistency we thought it should have. We then enjoyed blending…

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Exploring colour

Using Digimaps

Posted by Miss James on 17/03/22 at 06:44 PM
In 4J the children for the first time use digimaps, to help them calculate the ‘food miles’ of a meal of their choice. It was very interesting to see how far our Breakfast, lunch or dinner travels just to reach…

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Using Digimaps

Year 3/4 Football Competition

Posted by Miss James on 17/03/22 at 06:38 PM
​This term the children enjoyed their first competitive sports competition. It was a lovely day and all pupils had great fun competing against schools from the borough.

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Year 3/4 Football Competition

2B investigate germs!

Posted by Mrs Barry on 16/03/22 at 04:00 PM
In our science lesson yesterday, the children were encouraged to think about keeping clean and what it means to be hygienic. The children thought about all the ways that can help to keep their body clean, for example brushing their…

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2B investigate germs!

Tennis in 3C

Posted by rdevu on 13/03/22 at 12:03 AM
3C students are continuing to improve their tennis skills as part of their PE learning. The focus here is on hand-eye coordination with the racket and ball. These involved the students bouncing the ball up and down along the ground…

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Tennis in 3C

6TL look at the Ocean Depth!

Posted by Mr Lacy on 12/03/22 at 08:43 AM
​6TL have been looking at the layers of the oceans. They researched the different layers, and created a 3D model showing all the creatures, and some of the features of each level.

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6TL look at the Ocean Depth!

2B take a trip to Ferry Quays

Posted by Mrs Barry on 10/03/22 at 10:42 AM
As part of our topic lessons, we have been learning about the area that we live in. In one lesson the children thought about how to categorise places of work, places of leisure, places people live and physical features in…

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2B take a trip to Ferry Quays

2V Make Balloon Globes

Posted by Miss Vanos on 08/03/22 at 08:13 PM
To begin our work on our new unit in Topic, ‘Child of the World’, that has a Geography focus, we have been learning about the continents and oceans. Last week, we used our class atlases and globes and had a…

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2V Make Balloon Globes

2V’s World Book Day Celebrations!

Posted by Miss Vanos on 08/03/22 at 07:47 PM
2V had a great day last Thursday celebrating the 25th Anniversary of World Book Day. We came in dressed up as some of our favourite characters and really enjoyed the whole school parade where we could admire everyone’s costumes! At…

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2V’s World Book Day Celebrations!

World book day in 4L

Posted by Mrs Lonsdale on 07/03/22 at 09:38 AM
On Thursday the school celebrated World book day. This was a lovely day as it has not taken place for 2 years. The day started with a whole school parade in the hall showing all the children’s costumes, which were…

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World book day in 4L

Ash Wednesday celebrated by the juniors

Posted by Mrs Lonsdale on 07/03/22 at 09:25 AM
​Children in the Juniors celebrated Ash Wednesday by attending a service in Church. In the service they thought about things that we can do, but we shouldn’t do. They also thought about what it means to avoid temptation and how…

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Ash Wednesday celebrated by the juniors

Tennis in 4L

Posted by Mrs Lonsdale on 07/03/22 at 09:12 AM
​4L were very excited to start tennis lessons during PE with coaches from Dukes meadows. Through games they learnt new skills for balancing and keeping control with the ball when hitting it with a racket.

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Tennis in 4L

1L burst out of a book for World Book Day!

Posted by Mrs Lewis on 05/03/22 at 08:38 PM
​It was the 25th anniversary of World Book Day and some children’s very first opportunity to participate. The day began with a whole school costume parade and was followed throughout the day with lessons based around authors and illustrators, with…

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1L burst out of a book for World Book Day!

World Book Day in 4J

Posted by Miss James on 04/03/22 at 06:58 PM
​World Book Day 2022 was enjoyed by all children at St Paul’s especially in Year 4. The children looked amazing in their costumes and were able to show the whole school in the Book Day Parade. They also took part…

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World Book Day in 4J

Tennis in 4J

Posted by Miss James on 04/03/22 at 06:53 PM
​This week the children began their Tennis lessons led by coaches from Dukes Meadow. Although the weather did not allow us to go outside the children enjoyed the challenges set and are excited for their next lesson.

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Tennis in 4J

Stay or Go

Posted by Miss James on 04/03/22 at 06:47 PM
In English the children in Year 4 have enjoyed taking part in ‘Conscience Alley’ in which they had to make the decision whether Varjak Paw should Stay or Go. The activity was enjoyed by all, with the majority deciding that…

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Stay or Go

Who Inspires you?

Posted by Miss James on 04/03/22 at 06:43 PM
In year 4J we have been discussing famous Christians who inspire us and the work they have done.

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Who Inspires you?

Reception have fun on World Book Day

Posted by Mrs Riley on 04/03/22 at 09:14 AM
What a wonderful day we had yesterday on World Book Day! We began our day by joining with the whole school for our parade. The children loved seeing the amazing costumes on display and enjoyed seeing their friends from other…

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Reception have fun on World Book Day

World Book Day Celebration in 3C

Posted by rdevu on 03/03/22 at 10:53 PM
3C had a fabulous World Book Day! Pupils and teachers dressed up as their favourite literary characters to highlight the joys of reading. Other activities to immerse the children in literature and a love of reading were: costume parades to…

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World Book Day Celebration in 3C

Happy World Book Day from 1S!

Posted by Miss Scott on 03/03/22 at 09:59 PM
The children had lots of fun today! The day began with a whole school parade and everyone enjoyed looking at the different costumes. The children then took part in a BBC live lesson. They heard from different authors and illustrators…

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Happy World Book Day from 1S!

2B Dress For World Book Day!

Posted by Mrs Barry on 03/03/22 at 09:49 PM
We had a fantastic day today and all the children throughly enjoyed dressing up for World Book Day. We started the day with a whole school parade, where the children confidently showed off their costumes to the rest of the…

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2B Dress For World Book Day!

Florence Nightingale comes to St Pauls

Posted by Miss Scott on 03/03/22 at 09:48 PM
To finish the Topic on Florence Nightingale, the children took part in a workshop which tested their knowledge. They had lots of fun helping Florence tell her story and putting their nursing skills to the test.

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Florence Nightingale comes to St Pauls

6KL love books!

Posted by Mrs Little on 03/03/22 at 04:10 PM
6KL had a fantastic time celebrating World Book Day today. It started off with some fantastic costumes and sharing riddles of books and characters with each other. After the parade we did a ‘book tasting’ in our reading cafe, Starbooks,…

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6KL love books!

Ash Wednesday

Posted by Mrs Little on 03/03/22 at 04:03 PM
On Wednesday children in Years 3-6 visited St. Paul’s Church for a special Ash Wednesday service, led by Sarah and Chris. We learnt why Ash Wednesday is so important and why people can choose to be ‘ashed’, to remind us…

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Ash Wednesday

WORLD BOOK DAY 2022

Posted by Mr Lacy on 03/03/22 at 01:41 PM
World Book Day was celebrated in St Paul’s with great enthusiasm. Many children dressed up as their favourite book character, and then paraded around the hall so that everyone could see the hard work that they had put into their…

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WORLD BOOK DAY 2022

Choir Perform in Assembly

Posted by Miss Vanos on 02/03/22 at 06:56 PM
On Monday, Choir performed ‘What About Us?’ (originally recorded by Pink) in assembly. Because of COVID, this was their first live performance not only of 2022 but of this academic year. They were so happy to perform for their classmates…

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Choir Perform in Assembly
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