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  • Football Champions!

    Our Girls’ Football Team returned triumphant on Monday evening, after being crowned Midsomer Norton Champions at the Tournament held at Writhlingtion school. The team; Winnie, Tilly, Abi, Amelia, Cameron, Jessica, Megan and Cassie played extremely well throughout the pool matches and all the way to a tense final against St John’s. They eventually ran out […]

  • Bake Off Brilliance!

    Wow! What an incredible sight on Friday to see so many wonderfully, creative cakes. The children did such a fantastic job with their homework, creating cakes, biscuits and cupcakes with a spotty theme. The 10 winners each received a unique bag printed courtesy of SunChemical LTD. A staggering £400 was raised. Well done everybody!

  • The Poppy Appeal

    Thank you for all your contributions to the Poppy Appeal. The final amount raised will be announced in the newsletter.

  • Success for the Netball Team!

    Well done to the school netball team: Summer Hawkins, Millie Smart, Winnie Vaissiere, Tilly Harris-Weston, Amber Curtis, Ruby Smart and Liyah Easterlow for their excellent play at the tournament held at Somervale. They won all of their group stages and after a nail-biting semi final, that went to extra-time, they managed to meet St Johns […]

  • Moths in the Playscape

    On Tuesday 4th October, Maurice Avent from Butterfly Conservation came and spoke to Year 3 and 4 about butterflies and moths. He explained about the life-cycles and different types of butterflies and moths that can be found in the local area. He also discussed the importance of looking after these creatures and the role they […]

  • Cam Valley Arts Trail Workshop

    On Saturday 5th November, Cam Valley Arts Trail will be running a series of free art workshops for parents to attend with their children. The workshops will focus upon ‘Printing without a Press’ and will be run by Pauline Palmer. Similar workshops were held last year and were quickly booked up, so book early to avoid […]

  • European Languages Day

    This week we celebrated European Languages Day. Every class had a language to focus upon and some food to taste! Some classes were even lucky enough to be visited by a special guest who was fluent in their focus language. Find below photos from Year 3 and Year 5.             […]

  • Year 3’s Special Visitors

    On Monday 26th September, Year 3 had the amazing opportunity to  learn about owls with a hands-on experience. The handler spoke about the owls and told the children about many interesting owl facts. Year 3 have been reading ‘The Owl who was afraid of the Dark’ and plan to write an additional chapter for the book; […]

  • Local MP Visits School

    On Friday 23rd September, Paulton Junior School welcomed local MP Jacob Rees-Mogg, after he was invited by Year 4. He had a tour of the school followed by a discussion with the school council. He then attended a question and answer session with Year 4. They presented him with a petition for Teresa May, asking […]

  • What a great first day.

    We have had an excellent first day of term 1. The children have all made a wonderful first impression…in smart new uniforms and with a real desire to learn. Thank you to everyone who has made today such a great start to the year.

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Star Learner


Chloe from 6PW

Congratulations to Chloe who has been chosen as Star Learner. She not only wrote a fantastic piece of descriptive writing but she has also been to Mr Grosvenor's office, with good work, on six occasions this year. Wow!


Welcome to Paulton Junior School

Clubs start week beginning Monday 16th January.

Remaining INSET Days: Monday 20th February, Monday 6th June and Friday 21st July – School closed to children.

Ofsted Report 2015


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At Paulton Junior School we aim to create a happy, lively and stimulating place of learning where every child is able to succeed in a safe and secure environment. We equip children with the skills needed for later life by developing confidence and independence and providing them with the foundations of learning on which to build their future achievements.

Paulton Junior School is a very popular school with an excellent reputation for high standards and an outstanding curriculum that gives pupils a breadth of exciting activities and opportunities.We are proud of our reputation and our strong community links; proud of our successes with all abilities and ages. We plan to maintain these successes and are committed to improving still further whenever possible.

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