Tuesday:        Music Club    - 15:15 – 16:00pm    

Wednesday:  Sports Day (weather permitting) / No Cricket 



Well done to RW who have achieved 100% attendance! Year 6 are the highest in their Key Stage with 98.31%.

Week Ending 08:05:15




Nursery - Mrs Stewart




RW - Mrs Wood


3M - Miss Mullins


R:1H - Miss Hollis


4I - Miss Inman


1:2MS - Miss Murphy

& Mrs Somerville


5L - Mr Lodge


1:2HF - Mrs Hayton

& Mrs Fyffe


6W - Mr Willmott       




The SATs are over – yippee! Well done to all Year 6 for their hard work this week. Time to relax this weekend!

Breakfast Club

Mr Willmott and Year 6 children would like to thank Mrs Kentgens who have gave up her own time to come in and prepare breakfast for the children. 

Sports Day – Wednesday 20th May 

Parent/carers are invited to come and support the children when they will be participating in our sports day. As usual the event will be dependent on the weather! We are planning to hold Early Years and KS1 (Early Years, Rec, Yr 1 and Yr 2) at 10:00am and KS2 (Yrs 3, 4, 5 and 6) at 1:30pm.


Can parent/carers please ensure that smaller siblings who are spectating are supervised. I must remind you that dogs must not be bought onto school premises and smoking is not permitted at any time. 

We will be taking lots of pictures for our website ( and twitter account (@StPaulsWF2). If you do not want your child to appear please let the school know before Wednesday.


* Unfortunately I will not be present on sports day in the morning, due to an avoidable meeting with the Local Authority.

 I hope it’s a real success, Good Luck everybody!


Plans for our Carnival are coming along; however, we couldn’t do it without your help.  You can help make the day a success by donating toys, books, home baking, tombola prizes or your time.  Donations will start to be collected after Spring Bank and home baking the day before the Carnival.


`If you can donate your time, please give your details to the school office and someone from the PTA

 will be in contact.  Even if you can’t man a stall on the day, help is always appreciated in the week

 running up to the carnival, on the morning of the carnival to set up and at the end the day to clear up.`


At present we are on the lookout (indeed desperate!) to secure raffle prizes and vouchers from local businesses. If you or anyone you know has their own business and would be willing to donate something (no matter how small) please, please get in touch.  Thank you.


Christine Chell

Headteacher and Designated teacher for Child Protection