Perseverance Promotes Success
18th Parent/Carer/Governor lunches 12:00
25th Coffee morning 09:00
5th Cross country at Preston Primary Y3/4 and Y5/6 16:00
12th Cross country at Bilton Primary Y3/4 and Y5/6 16:00
16th Tempest individual photo’s 09:00
16th Parents evening
17th Parent/Carer/Governor lunches 12:00
27th Break up for half term
7th Children back at school
17th Children in need day
22nd Parent/Carer/Governor lunches 12.00
27th Coffee morning 9:00
30th St Andrews Service at church 11:00
18th Christingle in school (all day)
21st Carol Service at St Andrews Church 14:15
22nd End of term
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A warm welcome to Paull Primary School. Our school is in the small village of Paull in the East Riding of Yorkshire. We have 74 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. Read more click here >>>
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Star Awards in Class 2, it was very difficult choosing this weeks winners as we have had some lovely hard work. But, Carter was awarded this weeks maths Star Award for working hard and becoming much more independent with his work. Holly received the Star Award in English because of her brilliant poem in her Big Write and Ezmie received the handwriting award for her beautiful handwriting in her Big Write, Well done everyone!
Today the children have been working in the hall and learning about road safety. We discussed the importance of road safety and how to cross a road safely. The children have learnt to stop, look and listen before crossing a road. We also looked at road signs and the difference between circle and triangle signs.
Everything is busy again in class 1. Reception were working on letter formation, nursery building towers and creating some lovely artwork, and the whole class doing science. This week we looked at hard and soft materials. The children investigated different materials and gave reasons why materials need to have the properties of hard and soft. Even foundation wanted to record their findings. Great effort from everyone.
Star Awards in Class 2, this week Lillie received the handwriting award as she has been practising lots in and out of school this is starting to show within her work! Evie received the award from English as she has had a lovely attitude within lessons and is always trying really hard. Benjamin received this weeks maths award because of his improved attitude within maths, he has been working hard and explaining his answers lovely and clearly.
The EYFS children have had a fantastic Forest Schools session today. The children discussed trees and leaves. The children showed lots of curiosity about how trees grow and why some trees loose their leaves. We went outside and collected lots of different leaves. The children used the magnifying glasses to explore the different patterns. Once the children had collected lots of leaves they did some leaf painting and rubbing.
Star Awards in Class 3 this week:
Ethan received the award for his fantastic contribution to discussions in whole class reading on Stig Of The Dump.
Evie F worked really hard on her reading comprehension about Robin Hood.
Emelia produced some super instruction writing about making a potion.
Samuel worked really hard in Maths on 2 digit multiplication.
Well done 🙂
This morning the EYFS children have been busy building dens. The children used a parachute to make the den. Once the children had completed the den they worked together to make a campfire. Next the children wanted some food so they used the mud kitchen to make pies. When the children had finished eating their mud pies they told stories around the campfire. All the children had great team building skills and developed their ideas well.
Debutots is a session that involves drama and role play. The children enjoy taking part is these and there were three awards this week. Certificates for Lucie for super listening and actions, and Oliver for good independent role play. Ruby-Jo got a special mention for listening very well and recalling the story in detail.
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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
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
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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