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Year 6 Charity Donations July 2019

Improving our natural environment

Reception and Nursery had a visit from the GreenAcres Chiltern team who built a bug hotel with them and taught them about the various wildlife growing and living in the woodlands.  Reception then later in the week released their butterflies that they had watched change from caterpillars.

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Representing the School

The Country Dancing Team once again did us all proud at the annual Wooburn Fete on the Green in June. They opened the proceedings to huge applause. Well done all!

Community Cop Cards Scheme 2019

Year 6 took part in a competition over the summer term, aimed at developing children’s sense of community. Thames Valley Police and Wycombe District Council work together to launch Community Cop Cards. The scheme – which is funded entirely through donations from businesses and organisations – gives Year 6 pupils the opportunity to complete activities to collect up to 24 stickers. The stickers available cover a variety of topics including personal and cyber safety, anti-social behaviour, first aid, drug awareness and fire safety. Many of the activities are completed at school with opportunities for children and families to get active and creative when tackling other tasks outside in the wider community.

https://www.wycombe.gov.uk/pages/Community/Public-safety/Community-cop-cards.aspx

School Sunday Service - June 2019

A big thank you to the children who participated in Sunday’s service at St Paul’s Church. The children read their Bible readings and prayers with confidence. We were treated to a sermon and some sweets from one of our parents, Mrs Hayes! The message was about Jesus being a King but also a servant and we were asked to contemplate how we served others.

 

Voices sing for Christmas

 

The St Paul's School Voices Choir performed twice in December for the public, to get us all into the Christmas spirit. 

 

The choir sang at the annual Bourne End Fun Night to kick off the evening after the winning light was revealed.

 

They were out performing again later that week, this time in the centre of the busy shopping district of High Wycombe in support of the charity, Child Bereavement UK. They even caught the eye of a passing celebrity, who stopped to listen. It was apparent they were 'Strictly' impressed!

Congratulations!

 

Well done to the St Paul's running team who won largest team entry at the Dorney Lake Santa Fun Run. The run is held in support of local charity Alzheimer's Dementia Trust based in Maidenhead.

Harvest Donations from our generous families

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We endeavour to establish and maintain strong links with the wider community in a variety of ways including:

 

  • Publicising events and achievements in the local press
  • Working in partnership with local companies to enhance learning – including sponsorship and the development of educational programmes
  • Working with the Parish and District Councils on community projects
  • Raising money for local charities
  • Establishing links with local groups working in the community and supporting them with practical help
  • Working on environmental projects and getting involved with local issues that affect the community.
  • Entertaining senior citizens

 

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