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News From St Paul’s School

1st of December 2010

Dressing up day
On the last day before half term the school decided to have a themed dressing up day. There was a theme for each class which was the history topic they had been studying. Reception was allowed to choose; Year 1 dressed up in the theme of their Grandparents, Mum or Dad; Year 2’s theme was The Great Fire of London; Year 3 dressed up as people from World War II; Year 4 the Tudors; Year 5 the Victorians and finally Year 6 dressed up as the Egyptians! Everyone was really excited to be dressing up and to show their costumes to all their friends. The reason for the day was because we wanted to help the air ambulance keep on flying and have more supplies to rescue and help the wounded that have been in an accident.
Fleur West, Year 6

Rock Challenge
The Be Your Best Foundation run Rock Challenge which is a dance and drama competition for schools. We take part in it every year because it’s really fun. They are £10,000 short and have asked each school doing Rock Challenge to give a donation to the Be Your Best Foundation. The PTA have kindly given £1 to each pupil doing Rock Challenge. What they then have to do with it is to basically make the pound bigger. There will be a week in school where the children will do enterprising week from 8-13 November. We are planning things like cake sales and swapping Match Attax cards.
Anjali Moser, Year 6

Parents’ netball match
On 1 November staff and parents from our school took part in a netball match against Kings Langley at Hemel Sports Centre. The score was 28-10 to St Paul’s. Everyone that took part played amazingly well, considering that Kings Langley have been practising for a year and have already played lots of matches before but we haven’t.
Aine Peasey and Sophie Brett. Year 5

School trips
Before half term Year 2 visited the Musuem of London to learn more about the Great Fire of London, and some Year 6 pupils went to the Houses of Parliament.
On 4 November Year 4 visited Hatfield House for their Tudor topic.

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