Summer 2 2017-18Well done to Mrs Wilson, Mr McCarthy and School Council, who passed the Eco-Assessment, meaning that we will keep our Green Flag and Eco-School status for another 2 years.
Thanks to everyone who attended and supported the Music assemblies this week, showcasing what children have learnt in Music lessons throughout the year.
Reception have been thinking about people who help us.
Sweetcraft! Building the largest tower possible out of Midget Gems and Cocktail Sticks in Year 6.
Year 6 became business people for the Fiver Challenge.
Stirring our artistic juices in Year 1.
After months of prep and planning, Year 6 spent the morning creating apps.
A group of lucky children were selected to attend the Bee in the City launch. Remember you can see our bee in the Lowry Outlet from the end of this month.
Reception enjoyed watching two steel containers being removed from the school site, with thanks to Astley Hiabs for doing it.
Year 2 enjoyed a visit from Jeremy as part of their RE work on Judaism.
Well done to the 17 members of Year 5 who performed at the Lowry theatre on Monday evening.
Team building exercises and high-risk pursuits at Challenge4Change for Year 4.
Reception children enjoyed baking Traffic Light shortbread.
It's a draw! Well done to the Yellow and Green teams, who placed joint first in the Key Stage 2 sports day.
Key Stage 1 Sports Day showcased some false starts, dodgy lane changes and disputed finishes....and the children did some sports too!
Testing our tastebuds, building bug hotels, floaty boaty and a trip to Whitworth Hall as part of the Great Science Share.
EYFS Sports Day went ahead as planned, fingers crossed the weather stays nice for the rest of the week.
Year 6 Delved into History with a Mayan workshop.
Some Year 5 children learnt the new 'JagTag' sport, hosted by the Jacksonville Jaguars NFL team.
Year 4 enjoyed a full day working with Electricity thanks the Bright Sparks.
Well done to those children who participated in the Athletics here at St. Paul's.
Our Bee in the City bee is wrapped up and ready for its journey into Manchester.