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  • 17/11/17

    Children in Need fun and games!

    St Paul’s had a spectacular sport-tastic lunch time, thanks to our amazing Year 6 Sports Crew.
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  • 14/11/17

    Lime Class really know how to 'string out' a story!

    Lime Class wowed us with our first Class Assembly of the year today- all about traditional tales and Greek myths.
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  • 16/10/17

    Sweet Science in Year 5!

    What have raspberries, pineapple juice, marshmallows and sprinkles got in common? No- not teatime in Mr Hogan's house- it's Year Five's amazing cocktail to illustrate their science learning this week!
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  • 16/10/17

    Golden Broom Poster Competition

    The School Council have been holding a competition to design a poster for our new Golden Broom award- given weekly to encourage the children to take pride in their school and the areas around their classrooms. Tons of entries were received, making judging really hard for the School Councillors! T...
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  • 13/10/17

    Year 5’s Fantastic Football team!

    Last Monday, ten year 5 boys took part in the Dorking Schools football tournament.
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  • 12/10/17

    Book Club draws crowds!

    A new year hasn't diminished the appetite of our eldest children for the half-termly book club, with thirty-eight children attending after school yesterday. We spent time discussing the book – Sky Hawk by Gill Lewis - and spoke at length about the characters and story line. We thought a...
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  • 10/10/17

    I wish... I could write like Year 4!

    Year 4 have been wishing their way to some AMAZING pieces of writing!
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  • 29/09/17

    Farewell to Headley Court

    St. Paul's joined a huge number of Dorking residents this afternoon to say thank you and farewell to Headley Court.
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  • 28/09/17

    Sports Crew get involved!

    The Sports Crew have been keeping up with our theme for the half-term- being generous with their time and talents to organise circle games for Key Stage One children during lunchtime today. They have loved getting to know the younger children- always a lovely part of the way our school play together...
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  • 28/09/17

    Goodbye Mrs. Leech!

    We had a very special assembly this morning to say goodbye to Mrs Leech. She has been a Teaching Assistant at St. Paul's for ten years, but is now retiring (early- she's still very young!) to spend more time with her family and do lots of lovely things with caravans and holidays. Mrs. Mal...
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  • 25/09/17

    Why did the Sycamore tree go to the doctor? Because it was feeling green!

    Fortunately for Year One, having a real doctor to visit is a lot better than Mr Hogan's jokes!
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  • 25/09/17

    Year 5 go global!

    Year 5 have been using our inflatable globe to learn about countries of the world.
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