from January for over 5's if you are benefit based FSM
If you think you are entitled to free
school meals (FSM)because of your income or circumstances
it’s essential you still apply, even if your child is in
Reception or KS1. Not only does the school receive
extra funding but the school will provide free milk to all
benefit based FSM children
(see information page for more details).
FSM application form
One of the highlights of the year at Worlebury is the
Year R Nativity. The children were just wonderful and
we are extremely proud of them.
After a slight delay due to bad weather, the new outdoor
play area was officially opened by the Mayor and Mayoress.
A big thank you to our children for waiting so patiently
for it to be finished.
It is lovely to see all the children enjoying it so much!
Please remember that this equipment should not be used by
children at the beginning and end of the day.
Week at Worlebury St Paul’s
Worlebury St Paul’s
Primary School commemorated the centenary of World War I
with the whole school taking part in a range of activities
to bring the past to life.
One of the highlights was
a workshop where children learnt about what it was like as a
solider in World War I. The children were fascinated to
learn all about life in the trenches, weaponry and how
soldiers spent their days. There was even an opportunity to
As well as class-based
learning about the significant events of the war, one day
was dedicated to creating poppy artwork. The groups included
children from reception to Year 6 and everyone enjoyed
helping each other to create stunning pieces of artwork such
a stained glass poppy paintings, miniature poppies and
The school came together
for Worships to understand the importance of remembering
those who have been and are still in involved in conflict.
Year 3 and 4 led a special Family Worship where they shared
their poetry and prayers. The week culminated in a Year 5
and 6 performance of the play ‘Archie and Annie’s War’ which
told the story of the impact of war through the eyes of two
young children. The play showcased superb acting and singing
and received excellent reviews from staff, children and
Poppies and poppy
memorabilia were sold throughout the week by children, and
the school is proud to have raised money for the British
“I learnt that we wear
poppies to remember the soldiers who went to war.” Mimi,
“The visit from the
solider made me understand what it must have been like to be
a soldier.” Bruce, Year 4
“It made me realise
how the events of the past have shaped our lives today.”
Emile, Year 6
Silver Primary Science Quality Mark
The Primary Science Quality Mark is an award scheme to
develop and celebrate the quality of science teaching and
learning in primary schools. Schools can achieve bronze,
silver and gold awards.
We have received a silver award - many thanks to Miss Porter
for leading and achieving this for our school