At Worlebury St. Paul’s Primary School we pride ourselves on
a creative English curriculum which aims to inspire all
children. We will help children develop the skills and
knowledge that will enable them to communicate effectively
and creatively through spoken and written language and equip
them with the skills to become lifelong learners
See our English Curriculum
page for new English resources that will help you to support
Weston Arts Festival
Congratulations to our Key Stage Two Choir who came first
in their category at Weston Arts Festival on Friday. They
were awarded a distinction and received positive comments
from the judges.
Thank you to members of Worlebury's choir who were able
to come along and sing at St Paul's Church fete.
The sun shone, the cakes were delicious and the singing
Memories and mementoes of Worlebury,
Kewstoke and Milton
If you have any photos,
pictures or memories of Worlebury, Kewstoke or Milton
between 1925 and 2000, please click on link below or on the
Friends PTA page:
Memories and mementoes of Worlebury, Kewstoke and Milton
Lunchtime Club - Guest Presenter!
Hi, I'm Matthew in Year Five and I was invited to
Mrs Matthews' lunchtime club on two occasions to share my
love of baking.
The first time we decorated cupcakes and the second time
we made Rocky Road - Mrs Crocker had a piece and said it was
11th June - Queen's Birthday
There will be a ’Birthday Picnic’ on June 11th.
This will be an event put on by the Worlebury Residents
Association, the Church and the school.
It promises to be a memorable day - so keep that day
There will be music, quizzes, dancing, bubbles (yes
…..bubbles!) and competitions.
If you would like to help on the day, just e-mail
After School Provision
We are pleased to say that our Breakfast Club providers
(Sport to Schools) are able to run an after school club
provision from Term Five. See letter below. All
bookings need to made directly with Sport to Schools.
Sport to School After School Club Letter
Safeguarding Training Update
All staff have undertaken general awareness training around
the Government’s Prevent Duty.
Prevent is a government strategy designed to stop people
becoming terrorists or supporting terrorist or extremist
causes. The Prevent strategy covers all types of terrorism
and extremism, including political and religious extremism.
See below a guidance leaflet which helps parents/carers to
understand what the Prevent Duty is about.
If you have any questions, feel free to come and speak to
our head, Mrs Bamford.
Prevent strategy - leaflet for parents
Worlebury Conference – A Real
On behalf of all the staff and governors, thank you to all
who were able to come along to Worlebury Conference!
During the evening we listened to Dr. Tom Robson discuss
growth mindset and how we can encourage our children to be
problem-solvers and to consider how the language we use can
impact our children. As a group we considered how we can
enable our children to aim to keep their learning in the
‘challenge zone’ as opposed to the ‘comfort zone’ and
therefore develop the children’s resilience, collaboration,
perseverance, motivation and resourcefulness.
To finish the evening we revisited the school’s vision…
“A school community where everyone participates excels and
has a love of learning; where we respect ourselves, one
another and live life to the full, helping others to do the
Click here for more information
2016 Book Week
an incredible week we had had celebrating reading. Our non-fiction theme captured
our imagination and created a real buzz of adventure, excitement and discovery.
Thank you to our special visitors – adventurer Finn McCann and Nikki from Worle Library, Waterstones for donating book prizes and to all the children, parents and staff who have taken part so enthusiastically.
New Year, New Name
'Friends' are now 'Friends PTA'. This is to
emphasise the different roles that Friends carry
Phonics Evening Thursday 28th January 2016
Miss Porter gave a Phonics presentation to Year R parents last
Thursday to help them, as a parent/carer, understand what they can do
to support their child in their phonic development.
Please see link below to see the slides of the presentation.
It can give you
ideas of activities, remind you of sounds and help you with the
language used in phonic lessons.
Phonics powerpoint (Jan 2016)
Whisper Reporting Tool
Clicking on the Whisper button above will take
you to an online form where you can leave your
message. You can choose to send it anonymously or,
if you want us to get back to you, you can leave
your contact details. Whisper does not collect any
information to identify a sender unless they choose
to leave it.
Pupils can anonymously report issues to school
via SMS by texting:
Facebook Safety Workshop
The children from the E-safety committee,
together with one of our Governors Mr Jeffs, ran a
very interesting and informative Facebook Safety
Workshop for parents .
Please see the document below for:
Advice from Facebook's Safety Centre
Scenarios from online safety
Quiz on Facebook
12 useful rules for Facebook Group
Safety Workshop document
Week will take place next week (16th - 20th
November). The theme this year is ‘Make a Noise
The key aim of the week is to
allow children to make a noise about bullying. We
want to encourage children to identify the signs of
bullying and to be able to seek help for themselves