Welcome to Sarum St.Paul's Church of England (VA) School.
We hope the information within this website allows visitors to the site the opportunity to get to know our school. For families who already have children at our school - the information provided within, should help you keep up to date with current and future activities, events and curriculum initiatives.
Sarum St.Paul's is a happy school. Our children are committed to learning, they thrive on challenge and celebrate each others successes. Creating a 'love of learning' is at the forefront of all we do; our year group topics are planned to stimulate and excite learning, enriched by experience days, trips and outside specialists visiting the school.
Working in partnership with parents and carers is crucial to us, we want to ensure every child feels supported and secure during their time at our school. As such, we view every child as an individual and seek to develop their full potential - intellectually, spiritually, physically and socially - in partnership with you at home.
We welcome your child to our school.
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Latest School Events
- Half Term27May2017
- Non school uniform day09Jun2017
To help collect goods for the Summer Fayre
- Bags2School collection14Jun2017
8:50 am - 9:50 am
- FoSSP Summer Fayre16Jun2017
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
- Creative Arts' Week19Jun2017
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- Year 6 Residential
Enjoying the sunshine at Stubbington
- Mini Marathon Success
Well done to our runners!
- Langar Meal
KS2 have been exploring why the Langar Meal is important for Sikhs
- Quack Quack
Ducklings in Year 5!
- Defibrillator Installed!
School Council raise funds for life saving equipment
- NSPCC Parent Worshop
Y5 & 6 parents/carers - come along to our internet & technology info event.
- World Book Day
We had lots of fun celebrating the written word! Each class had a winner for the best book review - well done!
- Mrs Blake's retirement assembly
We said farewell to our teaching assistant Mrs Blake, all classes presented her with a gift or a performance
Year 6 learn vital cycling skills
- We all went on a welly walk!!
We all had great fun exploring our local area and splashing in the puddles!