News From St Paul's School
The Spring Term ended with a lovely Easter Service which was well attended by parents.
The children told the story of Jesus passion and resurrection through their art
work, readings and music. Rev. Jim Stevens spoke to the children about Easter not
just being a story, but a real event.
We said goodbye and good luck to Miss Mildner as she left us for her new role as
a head teacher in Pinner. She was presented with presents from the children, parents,
staff and governors. We also sent our congratulations and best wishes to Mrs Dunne
who has had a baby girl, Ciara.
The start of the summer term has been a busy one. Mrs Mary Nobbs came to present
the village history prizes to some of our Year 5 pupils; our Tag Rugby team won
the Saracens Schools tag rugby tournament and our Lacrosse team has also been victorious
over other schools in the area. We have registered as an Eco School and are looking
at ways to take care of our environment. We have welcomed some of the players from
the Saracens rugby team, who as well as doing some rugby coaching, spoke to the
children about teamwork and being active. Our after school sports clubs this half
term are athletics, basketball, multi skills and rounders.
This month Year 4 are heading to an activity holiday in Norfolk and Year 6 are spending
a week in the Isle of Wight where they will have lots of fun unwinding after their
Norah Tattersall, Head teacher