26 Apr

Pupil Parliament

Four children went to the Pupil Parliament meeting today and thought about sexual equality. They discussed different jobs and toys that can be advertised for specific genders. It was really interesting and thought provoking.


23 Apr

St George’s Day

As St George is the patron saint of the Scouting organisation, the children were invited to wear their Scout, Cub or Squirrel uniform. They looked very smart! 

19 Apr

CancerCare Assembly

Lisa, from CancerCare, joined us on Wednesday and talked about how CancerCare support people of all ages. We presented her with a cheque of over £700 from the fundraising events organised by the School Council.

2 Feb

Mrs Lofthouse's Retirement

It was a sad day at Scotforth St Paul’s Primary and Nursery School on Friday 2nd February. After over 26 years of loyal service in the Scotforth St Paul’s School’s kitchen, Mrs Alison Lofthouse retired.  She was a fantastic member of the kitchen team, preparing and serving the children food as…

9 Jan

Grand Opening!

On Monday 8th January, the pupils, staff and governors of Scotforth St Paul’s CE Primary and Nursery School and invited guests joined together to celebrate the completion of their recent building project. The extensive alterations, which have taken over eighteen months to complete - and even…

14 Dec

Music Assembly

Mrs Helen Bowden from Lancaster Music Centre joined us for a special Music Assembly today. Look out for information about the Centre in this week’s newsletter.

23 Nov

Abilities Club

The children who attended Pupil Parliament wanted to share what they learnt with other children across school. On Wednesday, they led a lunchtime club - Abilities Club - with Year 2s to share information about visual disabilities, communication difficulties, deafness and autism. Through games and…

15 Nov

Pupil Parliament

Four of our Year 5s attended Pupil Parliament with lots of other children from the local area. They found out about protected characteristics and focused on disability. The theme of the day was “walk in someone else’s shoe” and the children took part in different activities which made them think…

18 Oct

Well-being Wednesday

What a day! This afternoon we spent the time thinking about our well-being. With so many activities on offer, it was hard to choose which ones would help us be happy and calm. Thank you to all the staff, governors and parents for organising and supervising the activities.

18 May

Changing the shape of materials

Year two had fun in science today - squashing, bending, twisting and stretching different materials.

3 May

Jonny's Prayer Walk

Jonny, from NISCU, joined us on his prayer walk today. He was greeted like a celebrity and the children were delighted that he'd worn his onesie just for our school. He prayed for the school, our children and staff and the wider community. Thank you Jonny - it was great to see you!

22 Mar

Barton Grange

Two of our School Council have been working our how to make out grounds more "green". They met with Ruth and Sarah from Barton Grange and looked at possible designs for our ramp area.

On Tuesday they went to Barton Grange and bought items to help with this project with a voucher for £100 which…