26 Mar

Y3/4 Football

Well done to the Y3/4 football team who represented the school well in the local tournament.

14 Mar

Year 3/4 Korfball Tournament

On Thursday 14th March, ten children from Year 3 and 4 represented the school in a Korfball tournament at Moorside School. They had never before played the game but made fantastic improvements in the time and never stopped smiling (despite the cold and rainy weather!). Well done everyone - we were…

8 Mar

Biggest Girls’ Football Day

It was great to see so many girls wanting to play football. ⚽️⚽️⚽️⚽️ Anya who plays for Morecambe Ladies also came down. 

7 Feb

Eco group check up on our trees

At lunchtime today, our KS2 Eco ambassadors ventured down to the school field with Miss Huddleston and Hilary (from the Friends of Dorrington Woods) to check up on the second batch of saplings which our Year 6 children planted in November. We made sure the tree guards were still in place and, most…

5 Feb

Yoga Club

We enjoyed taking part in our Yoga Club tonight. We looked at using balance, co-ordination and strengthening.

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…

20 Dec

Year 6 carol singing at Ashton Manor

Year 6 braved the weather this afternoon to visit Ashton Manor to sing carols to the residents. Both the children and the residents enjoyed themselves, and there was even a surprise visit from Father Christmas who brought us some delicious cookies and drinks as we chatted after our singing.

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…

11 Nov

Remembrance poem by Year 6

Year 6 are currently learning about some of the World War 1 war poets in their literacy lessons. We have been interested to discover that one of the poets, Laurence Binyon, was born in Lancaster (and has a street named after him, just down the road from school). His most famous poem is “For the…

8 Nov

Eco group check up on our trees

The Eco group managed to avoid the rain today and went out at lunchtime to check up on the trees we planted around the edge of the school field last year. With the help of Hilary from the Friends of Dorrington Woods, we learnt how to take off the tree guards and check if the saplings were still…