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  • Summer Reading Challenge!

    The Summer Reading Challenge is once again taking place again this year in our local library (The Hub). This year, the challenge is taking a Roald Dahl theme – in honour of his 100th birthday- and is called The Big Friendly Read. The challenge starts on Saturday 16th July and runs until Saturday 10th September. To complete […]

  • Have you got the ‘The Maths Factor’ ?

    To help your children improve their maths skills at school and at home, Paulton Junior School have invested and purchased The Maths Factor, created by Carol Vorderman. It is an on-line learning platform, which provides opportunities for pupils to practise and learn maths skills in an engaging, visual and fun way. The learning is linked […]

  • NSPCC and Martin Roberts visit PJS.

    On Tuesday 8th March we are having a special assembly with guest speaker Martin Roberts reading his book Sadsville to the children. This is part of the programme to launch the NSPCC ‘Speak out. Stay safe.’ campaign. There promise to be a few surprises in store and we are hopeful that this will be covered by the […]

  • Language of the term – French

    Bienvenue! In honour of Euro 2016 being held in France this year we have French as language of the term. It’s an opportunity to learn lots of names of countries, the playing positions and ‘red card, ref’! We can see where on the map of France ‘les stades’ appear and discover how to describe Wayne […]


    It is that time of year again when BBC Radio 2 have released their 500 word story competition. If you would like to take part follow the link below. Remember your story can be no more than 500 words and has to be completely unique. Good Luck!  


    Take part in Read For My School by going to and register. You will need to create a user name and password and then enter the classroom code given to you by your teacher. How many books can you read?  

  • County Football Finals

    Congratulations to the Girls Football Team who represented PJS so magnificently at the Somerset County Finals at Bridgewater College on Friday. They finished a respectable joint third overall after winning two of their five matches. Well done girls – you were amazing!

  • Clubs Terms 3 and 4

    The new club timetable is now available. It will be sent home Tuesday 5th January and it is imperative that the signed application forms (with any necessary payment) are returned by Wednesday 6th January to ensure clubs can start next week, Monday 11th January. Please see the club page for more details or download the […]

  • PTA Christmas Fair

    A huge thank you to everyone who supported our PTA Fair on Friday. We managed to raise nearly £1000. Incredible!

  • Christmas Concerts

    As December starts, the children and staff begin preparations to ‘wow’ audiences with two Christmas Concerts at the Methodist Church during the last week of term. To help children practice at home, please find the music and the lyrics of the songs to be performed below. Click on the song title to download the lyrics […]

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Star Learner


Jack Fisher 6S

Congratulations to Jack, who is named as Star Learner because he consistently works hard and he has also been sent to show Mr Grosvenor his excellent work on five occasions this year. What a Star!


Welcome to Paulton Junior School

Have a wonderful summer holiday. See you all again on Monday 5th September at 8.40am.

Ofsted Report 2015


Welcome to our school website. The site will provide you with up to date information about our school.

At Paulton Junior School we aim to create a happy, lively and stimulating place of learning where every child is able to achieve their full potential 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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