MARK 12: 29-31“Love your neighbour as yourself”

We are courageous advocates for the common good, locally, nationally and globally. We recognise that life is full of ups and downs and that at times all people will face challenges that they need help and support in overcoming. We believe that people are worth spending time with, that people need time to grow and need loving attention. The Christian Gospel says that every person has a unique task to do, with God, and for God, whether they know it or not. We hold and courageously advocate the conviction that there is something mysterious, and potentially wonderful, in everybody.
We support a range of charities in our local area, nationally and globally. The school council work with staff, governors, parents, pupils and St. Paul’s Church to identify worthy causes to support.

Our schools stand up for what we believe. We have met with Local Councillors to raise issues of significance to the school community.

Our Christian values ensure that opportunities to discuss the big issues, to challenge injustice and to engage in activities that can bring about change are always present.
Our children have an excellent grasp on the meaning of belonging to a local and global community and the sense of responsibility that comes with belonging. Thereby developing their ability to empathise and make a small sacrifice to benefit others. Together we consider the beauty and fragility of our environment, the actions we take, and the impact these actions may have on the well-being of everyone. Our school community and curriculum actively embrace the responsibility for the world in which we live. We are diligent to show our connection with, and care for, the world in which we all live and care for the people who live in it.
In recent years we have carried out a range of different fund raising to support many good causes.

SAVE THE CHILDRENChristmas Jumper Day

At St. Paul's, we did our bit to raise money for Save the Children. By wearing a Christmas Jumper and donating £1, we helped kids all across the world to have food, be healthy, learn things, and change the future - How cool is that?!

MENTAL WELLBEINGChildren's Mental Health Week

Now more than ever we need to be looking after our mental health! 1st -7th February was Children's Mental Health Week. We got involved to mark the occasion and to raise money for the charity Place2Be who focus on improving children's mental health.

The theme of this year's Children’s Mental Health Week was Express Yourself. Expressing yourself is about finding ways to share feelings, thoughts, or ideas, through creativity. This could be through art, music, writing and poetry, dance and drama, photography and film, and doing activities that make you feel good.

Check out how St. Paul's expressed themselves this week!
  • Year 4: Sycamore
  • Year 4: Hawthorn
  • Year 5: Popular Painting
  • Year 6: Lime Piano
  • Rec Bay Painting
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