Address: Main Street, Paull, Hull, East Yorkshire. HU12 8AW
Tel: 01482 898352 Email: paull.primary@eastriding.gov.uk
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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

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Star Awards in Class 2

Three ‘Star Awards’ have been given in class 2, all for problem solving in maths.  These were Jasmine and Benjamin in Year 3 and Lillie in Year 2.  Well done to all three.

Habitats in Class 2

Class 2 have been learning about animal habitats and adaptation.  We went out side to look for some minibeasts and returned to the classroom to research facts using the school laptops.  The children shared these facts with each other.  A great time was had lifting longs and searching the undergrowth with magnifying glasses.

Halloween Family Night @ Paull Primary

On Friday 20th October, there will be a family night happening in the school hall after school from 6-8pm! A giant quiz to do with all the family and see if you can come along and beat the teachers too!!

Halloween costumes are encouraged, the scarier the better 🙂 £1 per person and all money goes towards Paull Primary School!

Will be great to see as many as you as possible having fun with all the family, should be a great evening!!! 🙂

Year 6 Delivering the Harvest Products

This morning, Year 6 have been out in the village delivering all the wonderful products collected by you over the past few days for Harvest festival.

All the food was massively appreciated by all the people that received them and the Year 6s set a great example and did a wonderful job delivering to the elderly residents of the village.

Thank you for all your kind donations.

Class 2 Making Games

Class 2 have been designing and making board games.  They have followed this up with writing instructions for their games.  They enjoyed the activity and came up with some good ideas.

Class 3 Science – Skeletons

This term, in Science, Class 3 have been looking at Animals and Humans so this week we looked closely at the skeleton and its functions and role. Children in groups then had the opportunity to build their own skeleton using paper plates. It was quite a complex process with lots of drawing, cutting and attaching but they did a great job and got lots out of the afternoon!

 

Class 3 Topic – Chinese Lanterns

As I mentioned the other day, Class 3 have been heavily focusing on the culture of China the past few weeks and their customs and traditions. In art with Mrs T this week, the children created their own paper lanterns. It took lots of listening carefully and following precise instructions but they did a great job and here are some of the finished products.

Class 3 Latest Star Awards

Over the past 2 weeks we have given out 3 star awards in Class 3.

The first one went to Lois for producing a fantastic piece of writing when producing a balanced argument about whether we should cut down the rain forest or not. It was well structured, the points were succinct and clear and the writing was sophisticated and effective, great stuff Lois!

Our second award went to Logan, he has been trying super hard lately to improve his writing by slowing down and taking more care and putting more effort it. His last few big writes have been really impressive, massive well done Logan!

Our final star award went to Riley for his attitude since starting Year 6. He is really maturing and becoming more confident in his own abilities which was noticed by different members of staff and visitors last week when Riley was doing a piece of writing. Keep it up Riley!

Keep working hard Class 3, i’ve been really proud of you all 🙂

Making bread

In class 1 last week we were learning about the story of The Little Red Hen. This linked with our theme of Harvest Festival and where our food comes from as well as our Literacy theme of Traditional Tales. We explored the story through role play before looking at different cook books and types of instructions. The children then made their own bread before having a go at writing the instructions. The bread turned out beautifully and the classroom smelled amazing! So much so we decided it needed homemade butter to go on top. The children really enjoyed shaking the cream to turn it to butter.

Class 3 Food Tasting

In Class 3 we have been looking at China for the past few weeks so I thought it would be great for the children to try some different Chinese cuisine. We started by trying some prawn crackers, followed by spring rolls, wontons, prawn toast and then a vegetable stir fry.

Children had to also make notes about the foods and share their opinions on why they liked the food or not. They also commented on the shape, smell and texture of the foods.

Children really enjoyed this session and we had some great discussion about the Chinese cuisine and the similarity and differences with what we eat in Britain.

 

Cross Country

Well done to the children that represented the school at Preston primary’s cross county. The children have done the school proud and placed very well. Benjamin 14th, Kai 8th, Kacey 4th and Harry 20th.  Some excellent running in the Year 3/4 event and well done to Harry who is in Year 2.

Class 1 have been learning about why we celebrate harvest festival and where our food comes from. On Tuesday we visited the allotment to see the different vegetables growing there. We really enjoyed picking our own vegetables and feeding the chickens. Thank you to Mr Beadle and Mrs Davies for showing us the allotments.

Star Awards in Class 2

We have four star awards given out in the last two weeks:

Kacey for overall high standards of written work and a super poem.

Emelia for achieving 10/10 on Clic 11 maths test.

Tyler for improvement in his handwriting.

Class 3 and The Great Wall

In Topic we are also looking at China over the next few weeks and we started by looking at The Great Wall. We learnt some really interesting facts e.g. it’s 4000 miles and would take 8 months to walk the entirety of it!

Children then were given the chance to create their own brick, this brick had to be a representation of who they were and what was important to them. Children then put their brick and we made our own Great (but quite small) wall!

Great work Class 3!

 

Class 3 Speaking and Listening

In English over the next few weeks we are looking at China so we started by looking at the traditional and ancient tale of Mulan. Children then had the chance to take a scene in their groups and practise then perform in front of the rest of the class. They did a really good job and enjoyed hearing a different sort of tale.

Class 3 Kayaking @ Kelsey Lake

Children in Class 3 were given the brilliant opportunity of going Kayaking at Kelsey for 2 weeks. They did 2 sessions where they learnt how to be safe on the water as well as the basic skills of Kayaking. They had the chance to work on their balance by swapping boats and they also learnt how to turn and go backwards. The children absolutely loved it and had a brilliant (and cold) time. Big thank you to Mr Watson for arranging that great trip 🙂

Year 2 using tens frames

Class 2 are using tens frames to help them visualise the tens and ones in two digit numbers when performing calculations.  This is just one of the concrete methods children can use before going onto abstract.  They were using them very successfully.

3 little pigs

In class 1 we have been learning about Traditional Tales, our current focus is the 3 little pigs. This morning we went into the hall and role played the story as the different characters. Everyone remembered the story well and joined in with the repeated phrases. 

School Events Feed

Dates for June & July 2017

June

19th Sea Life Trip for Class 1 and 2

21st Year 5 Induction day/multi skills @SHTC

22nd Canoeing @ Kelsey Lakes – Class 3

23rd Prince and Princess Day

NSPCC visit

26th – 7th July Swimming @ SHTC for Years 3 -6 who have been invited.

26th Cake / Bake Sale organised by FOPS – 2:30pm

28th Y5/Y6 Football @ SHTC – 4:00pm

30th Parent/Governor lunches

July

5th Year 6 Induction visit to SHTC

10th – 11th Year 5 parent/carer open day @ SHTC

10th Class 3 production – Through the years 14:30

Parents Evening – 15:30 – 16:30

12th Class 3 production – Through the years 18:00

13th Sports Day – all welcome from 1:30pm

20th Leavers service at St Andrews 14:15

21st End of term assembly – all welcome from 2:30pm

School closes for summer

22nd FOPS Year 6 leavers disco

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Our World Rainforests by Class 2

Our World Rainforests by Class 2

Viking Shields by Class 2

Viking Shields by Class 2

Dinosaur Clay Models by Class 2

Dinosaur Clay Models by Class 2

Dinosaur Art by Class 2

Dinosaur Art by Class 2

Savannah Pictures

Savannah Pictures

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

Hermit Crabs by Class 1

Hermit Crabs by Class 1

Barry artwork by Class 1

Barry artwork by Class 1

Constructing Stadiums by Class 3

Constructing Stadiums by Class 3

Aboriginal artwork by Class 2

Aboriginal artwork by Class 2

Artwork from around the world by Class 1.

Artwork from around the world by Class 1.

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Comics

Pointillism Pictures

Pointillism Pictures

Symmetry Pictures

Symmetry Pictures

Charlie Chaplin by class 2 & 3

Charlie Chaplin by class 2 & 3

Y1 Artwork – Reading Books

Y1 Artwork – Reading Books

Valentine’s Day Cards

Valentine’s Day Cards

Periscopes by Class 2

Periscopes by Class 2

Anthony Browne – Willy the Dreamer

Anthony Browne – Willy the Dreamer

William Shakespeare by Class 3

William Shakespeare by Class 3

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