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The whole school managed to get to the final service at St Andrew’s Church, although it was a little damp on the way back. The children sung beautifully and there was a great contribution to the nativity story from Class 1 read by Jacob and Lois. Rev Philip West concluded with a pray and a big thank you goes to Mr Shaw for playing the church organ.
Our yearly celebration of St Andrew’s church took place at the school. Unfortunately, due to the weather we we unable to get to the church. Rev. Philip West retold the story of Saint Andrew and when Jesus fed hundreds of people with two fish and five loaves. The children beautifully sung a few hymns and Rev West concluded with a pray. It was go to see a good turn out of parents and carers at our service. Maybe next year the weather will be kind and we can have the service at the church.
The National Grid Engineers came into school to do a presentation about the tunnelling of a new gas pipeline under the Humber from Goxhill to Paul. The children were fascinated about the project and being an engineer. They asked some very interesting and challenging questions. The presentation was excellent with Class 3 and some of Class 2 being able to use virtual reality glasses to view what the tunnel would look like. To end the presentation the children were asked to name the tunnelling machine. The criteria was it must be a female name (engineer’s superstition), linked with the area or science or engineering. The children have drawn some pictures and thought of names at school although they can still do another drawing and name at home for the competition. The winner either from Paull or Goxhill primary will be able to meet the engineers on site and have a tour.
The NSPPC came to Paull to deliver a talk about how children could ring childline should they ever need help or advice, no matter what the worry. They children learnt about things that they might be worried about and the number to ring. It was on the same day the children dressed as princes and princesses in aid of Dove House Hospice.
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