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News From St Paul's School

2nd of July 2008

Now that the weather is a bit warmer we have reached the time of year when we try to get “out and about” so as to make the curriculum more exciting.
Both Year 5 and the children in the Foundation Stage have been doing a lot of gardening! Children in Year 5 have transformed the overgrown area behind their mobile classroom into a nice grass area, which they hope to use a lot during the remainder of this term.
Children in Nursery and Reception have visited the Garden Centre and have developed their own outdoor area by planting lots of flowers. They also have a nice new playhouse which they have made into their very own Garden Centre!
Our youngest children have also been to Mead Open Farm where the highlight of the day seems to have been sheep racing! Year 4 went to Kingswood Centre in Norfolk for the weekend where they had an amazing time climbing, abseiling, go-karting, fencing, caving and doing lots of other amazing things. Year 6 have spent a week at Barton Hall in Devon and we look forward to hearing about their fantastic adventures also.
We have had lots of sporting triumphs recently. Our football team were the Dacorum School cup winners and our tag rugby players won a festival too. Our cross country runners performed very well at a festival in Bucks. Some of our children took part in a sponsored walk to raise money for our building appeal and raised over £700!
Our Summer Fair is taking place this year on Saturday 5 July and the theme will be “Out of Africa”. This fits in with the work we have been doing in finding out about life in Rwanda following the visit by Bishop Jered Kalimba.
Please come to our fair if you can as we would love to see you!
Norah Tattersall Headteacher

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