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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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Class 3 investigated air resistance. They ran up and down the hall with sheets of paper to feel the air resistance as they moved. Next they completed an investigation into spinners and what effected the rate of fall. Finally, they tried to make a balloon more aerodynamic by designing cones or wings to make it fly down a string as far as possible. The all enjoyed the activities and learnt about a fair test and variables. Well done Class 3.
Another busy day and night. Yesterday we had ‘low ropes’ which involves loads of team work and cooperation. The children were excellent! Then it was time for abseiling and we were ‘abseil’lutely up for coming down! (Typical cringy catch phrase). Again, the children were fantastic. So proud of them all. Evening entertainment was the disco. Some enthusiastic dancing followed by hot chocolate and marshmallows. Amazing time with great children.
The final activity of yesterday was ‘campfire’ where we sang silly sings, told funny jokes and toasted marshmallows. We all thoroughly enjoyed our first day – yippee!
A mega breakfast to get us through the full day of activities. Problem solving was first and scaling over an 8 foot way! Loads of team work and support. There were lots of challenges: mental and physical. Really good fun. After this it was time for archery. All the children did really well and hit the target – some even scored bullseyes! Well done to all. Lunch time next …… Jacket spuds or pasta with loads of accessories – yummy!
The Year 5 and 6 of Paull Primary arrived safely at Kingswood and first job was to have lunch. This was followed by Lazer Quest and Aeroball. The laser zone was great fun: dark and eerie and hot.
Then outdoors to cool off and onto the ‘netball on a trampoline’ activity. Both activities were really good fun. We were then taken on a guided tour before having tea: lasagne or pasta and garlic bread and salad and fruit and ice cream! Plenty of food and choice. Next activity is camp fire – hopefully we will get to toast marsh mallows. A great start to our residential.
Today Class 2 completed their Big Writes in English, working on acrostic poems based on ‘The Lost Words’. Children chose a creature or flower to base their poems on, we then design some beautiful backgrounds to present our work.
The class worked so hard today, with some incredible outcomes.
Class 1 have been busy doing their optional SATs and assessments. All the children have worked very hard and tried to achieve their very best. Awards were given to those children who had super scores or made good progress. These were Alfie Me, Alfie Mo, Izobel, Ellis, Alice, Oliver, and Sidney. A super effort made by whole class!
On Friday Class 1 took part in a Mini beast Hunt. The children were put into mixed aged teams. Each team had a team leader, it was their responsibility to organise their teams. Each team were given a sheet and they had to tick off each mini beast they found. The children enjoyed digging, looking under rocks and stones for the mini beasts. .
This weeks star awards went to: Sophia; for working so hard in every lesson and putting in 100%, Kai received his award for contributing some brilliant ideas within English, Ezmie created 2 wonderful acrostic poems based on the spells from ‘The Lost Words’ she then read these beautifully to the rest of the class and Eve received her award for her hard work in maths- flying through the questions and moving onto extensions!
Well done Class 2! Great work.
Paull attended this year’s Year 3/4 football tournament. They did exceptionally well finishing joint second in their group winning 1 and drawing 3 games. They had a penalty shoot out with Inmans Primary, however unfortunately just missed a chance to go into the third/fourth play-off game. There were some great performances by all the children. A big thank you goes to parents, the young sports leaders and South Holderness staff for helping put on a great event. Maybe next year we’ll be back in the final. Well done.
During this half term the children have been busy preparing to create a fairy garden in their Forest Schools session. Today the children did the most exiting part and finished the garden ready for the fairies. The children have used fairies, unicorns and dragons, tiny lamp posts, post boxes, bridges, steps and fairy doors. I am sure your children will agree that this has been a magical activity. Hopefully now we have fairies at Paull we might get some sunshine.
In science we have been making pop up books, yesterdays lesson we learnt about invertebrates- the children discovered that invertebrates make up more than 95% of the worlds animals. We then went on a Bug hunt to see which invertebrates the children could find within the school grounds. We found some woodlice which the class were able to identify as a type of land living crustacean. We then created the next page of our books, based on invertebrates, including a wheel to identify different categories of invertebrate.
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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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