Address: Main Street, Paull, Hull, East Yorkshire. HU12 8AW
Tel: 01482 898352 Email: paull.primary@eastriding.gov.uk
To find out where we are visit view a map on our Contact Us page.

Perseverance Promotes Success

Welcome to our School

A warm welcome to Paull Primary School. Our school is in the small village of Paull in the East Riding of Yorkshire. We have 69 children in the whole school. The youngest child is three and the eldest is eleven. There are three classes. The school offers a flexible nursery provision all of the week for children from the age of three.

In our last Ofsted inspection November 2013, the school was judged as Good with Outstanding behaviour – pupils behave exceptionally well in this school and pupils of all ages work and play extremely well together. The report mentioned a comment made by the children – Paull Primary School is like one big cosy family.

The school offers a rich and varied curriculum enhanced further by many visiting speakers and school trips to places and events which support the different areas of learning. Many of these events are paid for in part or full by Friends of Paull School (FOPS).

The school also offers extended services such as; extended nursery provision, breakfast and after school club, as well as curriculum enrichment sessions.

I hope that you find the information useful on the website and it gives you a flavour of what life is like at Paull Primary School.

If you would like to visit and tour round the school, please feel free to contact the school office.

Regards

Paul Rowe

School Projects and Activities

Find out what we’ve been up to at school. Have a good browse through our projects and activities portfolio.

School Life Blog Feed

Dates for May

24th April        School re opens to pupils for Summer Term

May 2017

3rd May          Orienteering at Burton Constable 16:00 – 18:00

8th May          Parent/carer Coffee Morning 09:00-09:30

8th May – 11th May     SATS for Year 6 

10th May        Football competition Y3/Y4 SHTC 16:00-18:00

11th May        Parent/carer governor lunch dates 12:00

12th May        FOPS Race Night – 19:00—20:00

22nd May       4 day Residential Trip to Raywell Year 6 Children

23 May           Quad Kids SHTC YR3/4 16:00 – 18:00

24th May        Class & Group Photographs

26th May        School Closes for half term

 

A Viking Play by Class 2

Class 2 have successfully performed their play twice to parents.  There was some beautiful singing and super performances from all the children.  Mr Rowe said he was very proud of all the children fr creating and taking part in a wonderful performance.

Science in Class 2

Class 2 were set the task of separating materials from an alien soup.  They enjoyed the activity and successfully separated all the materials in a variety of methods.  They recorded the method for each step and looked at linking these processes in real life.

Easter Service

Reverent Philip West lead the Easter Service.  The children from Class 3 read the Easter story and the whole school sung some old and new songs accompanied by Mr Wilcock our music teacher.  The service was concluded by Reverent West with a blessing.  A super service for all who attended.

Hull City V Watford Tickets

The school has been given 3 pairs of tickets for the Hull City verse Watford game on the 22nd April 2017.  These are available to parents, carers and staff of the school.  If you are interested, these tickets will be available for £20 a pair, with the money going to school fund.  Please notify the Administration Office.  If the demand is greater than the tickets available names will be drawn after the egg roll on Thursday 6th April 2017.

School Opening After Easter

Please note that the school will be open and children back as normal on Monday 24th April 2017 after Easter and it is not a staff training day.  See everyone back for the Summer term – ‘Splash’.

Class 3 Sentence Types

In Class 3 we are constantly looking at new ways at improving our writing and we try to use a diverse and unique set of sentences to make our writing interesting for our audience.

Today, we looked at some of Alan Peat’s sentences that are brilliant at mixing up the structure of a sentence. In groups, children went outside with Mrs T for a sentence treasure hunt and created some brilliant 3ed sentences. These are sentences that begin with 3 adjectives to describe how someone is feeling. Sentences like these encourage children to open their sentences in more interesting ways.

Factions in Class 2

Mr Watson’s math group have been covering factions of shape and number.  The children were using pieces of paper folded into halves and quarters together with bricks so they could visually see their calculations.  Here a few photographs of the children working hard.

 

Separating Materials by Class 2

This week class 2 were looking at different methods of separating materials. They worked in small groups of 4 or 5 to separate a variety of materials with different equipment (an activity they really enjoyed!) and recorded their observations.

RLNI Assembly

Helen and Joss came in from the RNLI to talk to the children about what the RNLI do. They discussed how lives can be saved and what to do if anyone sees somebody in trouble in water. The children worked together to spot dangers from different pictures, and some got to try on the uniform that the RNLI wear! It was then discussed what different flags mean and how to get a lifeguard’s attention if they ever find themselves in trouble. A big thank you to Helen and Joss who have helped the children to understand how to keep themselves safe when they are swimming or near water.

FISH SENDIASS Edition 13 – Thursday 23 March 2017

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FISH SENDIASS Edition 13 - Thursday 23 March 2017

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Edition 13 – Thursday 23 March 2017

Spotlight on…
Yorkshire Children’s Trust

Yorkshire Children’s Trust is
a small registered charity based just outside the centre of Halifax. Yorkshire Children’s Trust offers financial support to families with long term sick or disabled children in all four corners of the Yorkshire region.
The charity offers support from £50 to £750 to pay for medical equipment or treatment, essential home modifications, hospital travel costs or a short family holiday with Haven Holidays.
The team work closely with the Disabled Children’s Team at Social Services to ensure they help the most deserving families, but accept applications for support from parents, teachers, doctors, nurses as well as support workers and social workers.
To find out more information about the charity click
here to visit the website. Alternatively, you can contact Yorkshire Children’s Trust by telephone on:
(01422) 728080 or by emailing:
charity@yctrust.uk
To make an application for support please click
here.

FISH update

ERVIP and FISH Evening Parent Carer Event – ‘Caring for Carers’

For parent carers of children and young people with additional needs aged 0 – 25 years.
· A chance to meet other parent carers and gather information about services available to your family.
· An opportunity to participate in informative workshops and enjoy a relaxed evening with pampering included.
A buffet will be provided, including tea and coffee.
Date:
Tuesday 9 May 2017
Time:
5pm – 8.30pm
Cost:
FREE
Venue:
Tickton Grange Hotel, Tickton, Beverley, HU17 9SH
Contact:
To book, or for more information call FISH (01482) 396469 or email
fish@eastriding.gov.uk Please book by Monday 24 April 2017 stating any transport, and childcare needs. Limited places – book early to avoid disappointment!

Local offer update
Autism Seminar
Sensory Needs Seminar – The seminar is open to families and practitioners who would like to know more about Autism Spectrum Conditions, including;

  • What is Autism?
  • How Autism affects social communication
  • How sensory differences can affect a person with Autism
  • Strategies to support people with Autism

Location: Market Weighton Children’s Centre, Mount Pleasant CE VC Junior School, Princess Road, Market Weighton YO43 3BY
Date:
Tuesday 9 May 2017
Time:
The seminar will run from 10 am to 2.30pm (tea and coffee will be available but please bring a packed lunch for the mid- day break)
Contact:
For further information or to book your place on this seminar, please contact either Sally-Ann Pindar or Mike Peterson on (01482) 392254 or email
scdpanelenquiries@eastriding.gov.uk
This seminar and future seminars will be advertised on the News sections of the Local Offer – please click
here to view.

Find Shelf Help in your local library –
During National Autism Awareness Week (27 March to 2 April) check out what East Riding Libraries have to offer. The Shelf Help selection stocks books chosen by experts, on common problems faced by young people aged 13 to 19. Issues range from confidence, stress and worry to body image and eating disorders, but two titles in particular relate to autism:
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time (also available as an eBook and in audio) by Mark Haddon and The Reason I Jump: the inner voice of a thirteen year old boy with autism by Higashida, Naoki.
Remember you can join the library online for free and request a title to be delivered to your local library also for free. Young people under 18 years do not pay late fees as long as they borrow items on their own ticket.
Check out the link to the library online catalogue or visit your local East Riding Library.
https://library.eastriding.gov.uk/web/arena/health-wellbeing

East Riding Voices in Partnership (ERVIP)

We have been busy informing and consulting with our members, which has included: SEND workshops throughout the East Riding, Irwin Mitchell Solicitors Legal workshops and a workshop: Going Way Beyond An Educational Health And Care Plan from KC training. All events have been extremely well attended. ERVIP would like to thank you all for your comments and feedback given at these events. We are currently evaluating the courses and will use your feedback to help us plan future events to be held from April onwards.
If you have ideas on events or training you would like to see happen please contact us either through the Facebook page ERVIP (East Riding Voices in Partnership), or through email
sjwervip@hotmail.co.uk , allyervip@hotmail.com or call Karen on (01262) 678283

Review of Social Media and Young People
– ERVIP urge you to go onto the
surveys and consultation page of the Local Offer to look at and comment on the current consultation on social media and young people.

Parent Carer Support Groups

There are a number of parent carer support groups running across the East Riding and surrounding areas. To view information about these groups please click
here.
To view National support organisations, please click
here (These links will take you to the Local Offer website).


Beverley

Beverley SEND support group –
A drop in session for parents and carers with children with additional needs to discuss thoughts and share ideas to support you with your child’s needs. The session will be an opportunity to make new friends, be parent led with opportunities to invite outside agencies and professionals to share their knowledge and information to support families. Children of all ages are welcome at the sessions.
Date:
Every 4th Thursday of the month
Time:
9.30-11.30am
Cost
: FREE
Venue:
Beverley Children’s Centre, Coltman Avenue, Beverley HU17 9LP
Contact:
(01482) 880066


Crazy Cranky Creatures Workshop
– Amazing artist and automata maker Johnny White will help you to construct your own surprisingly wild wildlife, using simple mechanisms such as cranks and cams. For all children aged over 8.
Dates:
Saturday 25 March 2017
Times:
10am-12.30pm
Cost:
£5 per child
Venue:
Treasure House, Champney Road, Beverley, HU17 8HE
Contact:
Tel: (01482) 392699


Bridlington and Driffield

There are a number of groups and services running across the East Riding which can be found on the Local Offer. To view the Local Offer please click
here.

Haltemprice

Exclusive Maxi Fun Family Fun Swim Night

Date :
Fridays 24 and 31 March 2017, 7 April 2017
Time:
7.30-9 pm
Cost:
£2 per person
Venue:
Haltemprice Leisure Centre, Springfield Way, Anlaby , HU10 6QJ
Contact:
Just turn up or for further information ring Tony 07837 225618


Soft Play & Bouncy Castle Party
Date:
Saturday 25 March 2017
Time:
3.30- 4.30 pm Party tea 4.30-5 pm.
Cost:
£2 for play or £3.50 per child for food.
Venue
: Haltemprice Leisure Centre, Springfield Way, Anlaby , HU10 6QJ
Contact:
You MUST text Amy on 07837 603327 ASAP (latest by morning of Wednesday 22 March 2017) to book this if you are staying for food.


Holderness

There are a number of groups and services running across the East Riding which can be found on the Local Offer. To view the Local Offer please click
here.

Goole

Up and coming Autism Friendly Screening’s at the Junction – The films are shown with low-level lighting and reduced sound- levels and visits to the venue can also be arranged . The screenings are aimed at both children and adults on the autistic spectrum, along with their carers, families and/or friends, so it is fine for audiences to move around, make noise and take breaks during the film.

Lego Batman Movie (U) – everyone’s favourite Master Builder (who only works in black and very dark grey!) is back, with his very own movie! There are big changes brewing in Gotham City as The Joker teams up with the world’s worst villains to take over. If he wants to save the city, Batman may have to drop the lone vigilante thing, try to work with others and also take on the responsibility of raising the boy he adopted by mistake at a charity gala. Bricks, bats and brilliant action combine in this feel-good animated adventure for the whole family.
Date:
Wednesday 12 April 2017
Time:
11 am (running time 104 mins)
Watch the trailer here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGQUKzSDhrg
Tickets:
£3. To book call the Box Office on (01405) 763652 or visit
www.junctiongoole.co.uk. If you have any questions about the show, please feel free to get in touch with us.

Beauty and the Beast (PG)
– Disney’s animated classic takes on a new form, in this live-action adaptation of the much-loved story. A young prince, turned into a beast by a cruel enchantress, can be freed only by true love. When the bright, beautiful and independent Belle arrives, the first visitor to the castle since its curse, Beast takes her prisoner. Despite her fears, she befriends the castle’s enchanted staff and learns to look beyond the Beast’s hideous exterior and realize the kind heart and soul of the true Prince within. Revisit the tale as old as time for a contemporary audience, with several new songs and stunning visual effects.
Date:
Wednesday 19 April 2017
Time:
11 am (129 mins)
Watch the trailer here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pnkgw6pAKkM
Tickets:
£3. To book call the Box Office on (01405) 763652 or visit
www.junctiongoole.co.uk. If you have any questions about the show, please feel free to get in touch with us.

Wolds and Dale

There are a number of groups and services running across the East Riding which can be found on the Local Offer. To view the Local Offer please click
here.

East Riding wide and Hull/York catchment


New Group – Nurtured Nippers
– During the sessions you will learn some baby massage strokes and how to help your baby into simple yoga postures. You are encouraged to pay attention to what your baby’s body is telling you and work to their individual limit. For baby’s from birth to 1 year old.
Date:
Tuesdays during Term Time
Time:
10am – 11am
Cost:
£8 per session, £30 for 5 sessions
Venue
: Dunnington Library, The Reading Rooms, Church Street, Dunnington, YO19 5PW
Contact:
07429269154,
info@nurturednippers.com

Hull & East Riding National Autistic Society
Family Fun Group
Meetings are for parent carers of children on the autistic spectrum, giving everyone a very friendly, informal chance to meet and talk with other parent carers.
Date:
The last Saturday of every month
Times
: 10.30am-12.30pm
Cost:
£1.00 per child
Venue:
Lonsdale Community Centre, Lonsdale Street, Hull HU3 6PA.

HERNAS website (external website)
Contact:
Jackie, 07917 040380 ,
hulleastriding@nas.org.uk

Short course programme at East Riding College
– Please note that East Riding College have a new range of short courses available. Please note, that to be eligible for funding those aged 16-18 need to study beyond 14 days, this could be 2 x 1 day courses. The college have a new incentive for those seeking employment who engage with the Traineeship programme, the payment is £100 for completing at least 6 weeks and a positive progression. The free transport scheme also applies to those more than 2 miles away from the College. Referrals can be made to main reception on 0345 120 0044.


Special Stars Foundation
Sounding Special
A fun and relaxed music and Makaton group for children and young people with special needs and their families/ carers. This friendly group uses Makaton to support their singing, at a pace that everyone can keep up with and enjoy. Siblings are also welcome at these sessions. Free accessible parking, disabled toilet and private change area. No need to book, just turn up. Refreshments and

Dates
:
Saturday 1 April 2017
Saturday 15 April 2017
Saturday 29 April 2017
Time:
10:30am to 12pm (first hour music and Makaton, last 30mins refreshments and toys)
Cost
£1 per child/young person
Venue:
Victoria Dock Village Hall, Southbridge Road, Hull, HU9 1TY
Contact
:
info@heyspecialstars.co.uk or (01482) 227657

Special Stars Foundation
– Sunday Club
Sunday Club is a sensory play session for children and young people with disabilities, and their families or carers. There is always lots to do, we have a wide range of sensory toys and equipment, an arts and crafts table, soft play, a games room with 5 iPads and 5 2DS’s, plus a huge amount of games, refreshments and lots more! We have a suggested donation of £1 per child/young person that attends the group. This is a drop-in session, so there is no need to book, just turn up, enjoy a hot drink and a cake, have some fun and connect with other families raising a disabled child/young person. We have disabled toilet facilities and a separate private area with a large cushioned change mat for any parents/carers to use if they need to change their child/young person’s pads. We also have a specialist book lending library and a catalogue of leaflets from local and national services and charities.
Registration is simple and completely free, pick up a form at one of our sessions or you can download a form on our website
www.heyspecialstars.co.uk
Dates
:
**Session cancelled on Sunday 16 April 2017**

Sunday 26 March
Sunday 2 April 2017
Sunday 9 April 2017
Sunday 23 April 2017
Sunday 30 April 2017
Time
: 2:30pm-4pm
Cost
£1 per child/young person
Venue:
Victoria Dock Village Hall, Southbridge Road, Hull, HU9 1TY
Contact
:
info@heyspecialstars.co.uk or (01482) 227657

Special Stars Foundation
– Inclusive Fun Dance Session
Local professional dance company Flex Dance will be providing these fun, inclusive, dance sessions with no expectations from the children/young people. These sessions are aimed at disabled children/young people that would struggle to attend a typical dance class. Any ability may attend, wheel chair users and siblings are more than welcome to come and join in the fun! Two enthusiastic instructors will lead with simple and fun dance movements for the children and young people to copy. There will be lots of encouragement and praise with small prizes/stickers given to all that take part. There will be will be chairs set up in the hall for parents/ carers to watch and chat to other parents/carers.
No need to book, just turn up!

Regist
ration is simple and completely free, pick up a form at one of our sessions or you can download a form on our website www.heyspecialstars.co.uk
Dates
: Saturday 25 March 2017 (last session of term)
Cost
£2 per child/young person, siblings welcome
Time:
2:30pm-3:30pm
Venue:
Victoria Dock Village Hall, Southbridge Road, Hull, HU9 1TY
Contact
:
info@heyspecialstars.co.uk or (01482) 227657

Special Stars Foundation
Inclusive Screening of Peppa Pig for disabled children – Tickets are £2.50 per person and are available on our website www.heyspecialstars.co.uk (just click on ‘online store’). Lights are left on, the sound is lowered and there are no adverts. We also have some sensory toys and light up toys so children and young people who struggle to sit for long periods of time can play at the front of the screen. We also welcome wheelchair users and can accommodate around 6 wheelchairs / special buggies per screening. This is a ticket only screening, so please buy your tickets online to avoid disappointment.
Dates
: Saturday 15 April 2017
Time:
Check in 10.45am, film starts at 11am
Cost:
£2.50 per person
Venue:
The Odeon Cinema, Hull
Contact
:
info@heyspecialstars.co.uk or (01482) 227657

Special Stars Foundation
Inclusive Football – An hour of Football Fun lead by two coaches for children and young people with disabilities. Followed by 45 minutes of hot and cold food for the children and young people. Everyone taking part will also receive a medal and certificate. Simple warm up games, easy to follow football themes and mini games such as kicking at a goal and dribbling. Aimed at children and young people that would struggle to attend a typical football session. Absolutely no expectations from anyone who takes part, there will be lots of footballs available for free play and it is situated in an enclosed and gated, indoor pitch. Siblings also welcome. This is a cashless event and tickets can only be booked online via our website. Tickets are available for just £2.50 per child/young person here: https://www.heyspecialstars.co.uk/online-store/Inclusive-Football-Tickets-c20799088
Dates
: Saturday 8 April 2017
Time:
2:30pm-4:15pm
Cost:
£2.50 per person
Venue:
Soccer Kings, Sutton Fields Industrial Estate, Oslo Road, HU7 0YN
Contact
:
info@heyspecialstars.co.uk or (01482) 227657

Special Stars Foundation
Easter Party for children and young people with a disability – More information available nearer the time. Places are limited and must be booked in advance – email us for details – we will try to allocate places as fairly as possible.
Date
: Sunday 16 April 2017
Time:
2:00pm-4:00pm
Cost:
£2.50 per person
Venue:
Victoria Dock Village Hall, Southbridge Road, Hull, HU9 1TY
Contact
:
info@heyspecialstars.co.uk or (01482) 227657

Maxi Fun Bowling
Date:
Mondays 3, 10 and 17 April 2017
Time:
5pm
Cost:
£3.50 (for 2 games & small meal) (Guests £7)
Venue
: Hollywood Bowl, Kingswood, Hull, HU7 3DB
Contact:
Book with Tony 07837 225618


Maxi Fun Big Fun
Date:
Mondays 27 March 2017
Time:
5-7 pm
Cost:
£2.50 (Guests £5)
Venue:
Big Fun, National Avenue, Hull, HU5 4JB
Contact
: Just turn up or ring Helen 07773 310503 for further information but not before noon.


National News

Little Troopers
– Little Troopers is a charity supporting children with a parent(s) serving in the regular or reserve British Armed Forces. Their support comes in various forms but predominately tangible resources to help children feel included and in control of their emotions when they have a parent serving away from the family home due to military requirements.
Contact
: Visit
http://www.littletroopers.net or email info@littletroopers.net

Childline Launches new app
– Childline has launched an app that is the first to provide counselling to young people in need of help directly through their mobile devices. ‘For Me’ was created by 4 teenagers who realised there was an urgent need for young people to have easy access to confidential advice and support.
Cost:
Free, to download click
here

The Albion Foundation Powerchair Football Academy
– Specifically designed for ambitious young sports people with high needs aged 16-24 years old who are passionate about football, coaching and sports leadership.
Contact:
For more information on the academic elements and funding process (an EHC plan may be needed through your Local Authority), please contact Beverley Jessop at Queen Alexandra College on (0121) 428 5050. For more information on the elite sport element of the course, please contact Paul Hunt on 07984 610 283 or on
paul.hunt@albionfoundation.co.uk

Newsletters

ERSCB Newsletter
for March 2107 is now available. The newsletter can also be downloaded at
http://www.erscb.org.uk/news/newsletter

Cerebral Palsy Sport Newsletter –
http://www.cpsport.org/news-events/newsletters/

The National Autistic Society
Newsletter
Click here to view online version


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Dance Club

Our dance club this term has been run by Amelia from HKR.  The children have really enjoyed the sessions and hopefully that can perform something for the school.  Thank you Amelia.

Hull KR Rugby Coaching

Ben from HKR has been in to coach the children rugby skills.  The children have learnt how to hold and pass the ball correctly while playing lots of different games.  It is the second year in a row that HKR have been to Paull to deliver the rugby programme which has been very successful.  Thanks to the community team at HKR.

Red Nose Day

This year for Red Nose Day we are dressing up in anything red! As we are not wearing our regular uniform we also ask for a small donation of £1 to raise as much money for Red Nose Day as possible.

On Friday, we will be having a big assembly at 2:30 (everyone welcome) to sing some songs, tell some jokes, pull some funny faces and for the children to see and explain just what a worthwhile cause it is and why we celebrate Red Nose Day.

If children want to enter a joke into the competition, so they can read it out in the assembly on Friday and maybe win a prize then they need to go and see Miss Nagy with a small donation of 20p to enter their joke. We will also be having a raffle and bake sale after the assembly to raise more money! Any donations to the raffle and bake sale are very welcome! Please bring as much in as you want 🙂

Thanks and see you Friday in your best red clothes!

Class 2 Science Investigations

Class 2 have been carrying investigations into materials.  This week the children completed an investigation into the elasticity of materials.  They carried out a fair tests using a variety of materials and recorded their findings.

HKR Physical Literacy in Class 1

HKR have been coming into school to deliver physical literacy sessions with class one.  The children worked in small teams rotating clockwise to recreate different balances.  Communication, listening and co-operation was a key part of the children’s learning for these physical activities.  They also they played hot potato, a game they really enjoyed.  A big thank you goes to Amelia the HKR coach who will be back in the summer term to do some dance with Class 1.

Year 5/6 Dodgeball Competition

On Wednesday night, 8 children from Class 3 took part in a dodgeball competition at Thorgumbald Primary school along with Hedon Primary and Preston. Although Preston won the competition, the team worked extremely well together and won numerous games! The behaviour of the children was brilliant and they showed great sportsmanship and represented the school very well. I was proud to accompany them and it really was a shame we couldn’t take the title.

School Events Feed

Dates for May

24th April        School re opens to pupils for Summer Term

May 2017

3rd May          Orienteering at Burton Constable 16:00 – 18:00

8th May          Parent/carer Coffee Morning 09:00-09:30

8th May – 11th May     SATS for Year 6 

10th May        Football competition Y3/Y4 SHTC 16:00-18:00

11th May        Parent/carer governor lunch dates 12:00

12th May        FOPS Race Night – 19:00—20:00

22nd May       4 day Residential Trip to Raywell Year 6 Children

23 May           Quad Kids SHTC YR3/4 16:00 – 18:00

24th May        Class & Group Photographs

26th May        School Closes for half term

 

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Diwali – Festival of Lights

Diwali – Festival of Lights

Mr Men and Little Misses by Class 2

Mr Men and Little Misses by Class 2

‘Tiddler’ by Julia Donaldson – Class 1

‘Tiddler’ by Julia Donaldson – Class 1

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