Please see class web pages (by clicking on the Children tab) for information about each class.......Our children continue to enjoy fabulous experiences in our very own Forest School!........The School Council is busy working hard to promote children's views.......NSPCC Net Aware has information about the most commonly used apps by young people net-aware.org.uk.....We are looking forward to Sports Day on May 22nd!.
St Paul's Catholic Primary School
A Voluntary Academy
Aspire not have more but to be more – St Oscar Romero
We looked closely at the butterfly as it hatched from its cocoon
Looking for insects outside.
We tested the objects to see if they were magnetic or not
We sorted the everyday objects according to what they were made of.
We tested a range of different material to see which were waterproof or not to help fix the torn umbrella
We have been enjoying the winter weather working together to build snowmen and exploring the snow!
We went on a winter welly walk to see if we could spot signs of winter.
We made porridge in groups as we have been learning the story of Goldilocks and the theee bears in our talk for writing. We looked at the oats when they came out the packet and how they had changed after we added milk and cooked them. We added our choice of toppings and tasted it. Delicious!
In our Mad Science assembly we learn all about energy.
We tested the objects to see if they were magnetic or non-magnetic
We took part in a hunt around the 'hutch' to find certain objects and draw them on our sheet