Message From The Headteacher|
Welcome! Thank you for visiting our website.
At Scotforth St Paul's we are very proud of all our children and all that they achieve. We have an excellent reputation locally and that is because staff, children, parents and governors all work very hard to ensure the best possible learning experience for the whole school community. We have very high academic standards, but like learning to be fun- and think that there is far more to life than "reading, writing and 'rithmetic!" We love art, dance, drama, music, sports and P.E just as much as all the academic subjects, and aim to enable our children to thrive in 21st Century Britain being secure in who they are, and confident in what they can offer the world. Being a church school is important to us, as everything we do is based on our Christian foundation. However, we welcome and value families from Christian and other faiths, and those with no religious beliefs at all.
I hope you enjoy browsing our website and that it gives you a flavour of our happy school. Do scroll down to see all of the content on each page. Ifyou would like to visit, please just contact the office on 01524 65379 and I look forward to meeting you and your child/ren. Mrs A.Aylott
World Book Day 2017|
We started our day with an assembly where we watched a narrative poem by Michael Rosen about chocolate cake. Throughout the day we took part in a number of fun book themed activities, such as a book trail to find the hidden book characters and their stories. We decorated footprints to put on the wall to lead up to the library. Miss Huddleston also rang the bell several times throughout the day and shouted, “Ring-a-Read”, meaning we all had to stop and read a book for 10 minutes. All of KS2 enjoyed reading to a younger child. The photos below will give you a taste of our exciting day.
Reception Stay and Play|
Thank you to all those parents that attended the stay and play session. Reception children and their parents enjoyed an afternoon focusing on writing in different and fun ways. We carried out 'Dough Disco' to start with to help strengthen our hands. We then carried out a range of activities to show that writing doesn't just need to be with a pencil on a piece of paper!
Thank you to all those who contributed towards our harvest collection for the Lancaster food bank. The House Captains, accompanied by Miss Huddleston and Rev. Michael, delivered our donations to the Olive Branch and found out how our gifts will be used to make up food parcels for people in urgent need. Please remember we have a basket permanently located in the entrance lobby for further donations.
Scotforth's Got Talent 2016|
Well done to everyone who took part in, and came along to support our talent show. It was a really enjoyable evening. What talented children we have at Scotforth!
The welfare team work from 11.45am to 1.00pm each day ensuring the lunchtime experience is wonderful for all the children. Applicants should enjoy working with children aged 3-11, including the organisation of small games both outdoors and in the classroom.
Closing Date: 28th March 2017
Interview Date: 30th March 2017