Latest News

  • Jeff’s Scoobike

    Thank you to everyone who helped us to raise an incredible £1920 for Dorothy House by taking part in Jeff’s Scoobike fundraising event recently.

  • Are you a Record Breaker?

    We were lucky enought to have Mrs Cox from The Hub visit our school to tell us about this year’s Summer Reading Challenge. It starts on Saturday 11th July and will continue until Saturday 12th September, children sign up and pledge to read 6 books over the summer to help break a record. You will […]

  • Gold for the Girls.

    Hot off the press…Ella Bryant, Grace Campbell and Jessica Lake took top honours at the annual Robot Wars event held at Norton Hill School yesterday. A further report will follow.

  • Van-A-Torium comes to Paulton

    We look forward to welcoming as many of you as possible to take part in the Parent Workshops and enjoy your children’s performances. For a copy of the letter detailing further arrangements, please click here.

  • Music Celebration Assembly

    We will be holding a Music Celebration Assembly on Wednesday 15th July at 2:15pm. This assembly will showcase the talents of our children who have been working hard learning musical instruments all year. We will also be announcing the winners of our ‘Musician of the Year Award’ for both lower and upper school. All parents, carers, […]

  • Gymnastics Success!

    On Tuesday, 10 children from Years 3 and 4 attended the annual gymnastics competition held at Writhlington Secondary school. The children competed in two levels based on how many hours of club they attend outside of school. Both teams competed beautifully, demonstrating near-perfect technique. And the fantastic news is that the Level 1 team (Jack […]

  • Champions!

    Congratulations to the Year 3/4 football team who won the annual MSN football tournament held at Somervale. In total 18 children represented the school at the tournament in two teams. Both teams played excellent passing football on the new 3G surface at Somervale and I would like to thank Mrs Cowgill for hosting the event […]

  • Our Incredible Ofsted Report

    Ofsted Report 2015

  • Hoe gaan dit met jou? Our language of the term is Afrikaans.

    Afrikaans is one of the official languages of South Africa.   It is spoken in Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe, too.  There are also speakers of Afrikaans in Australia, Belgium, Canada, Germany, Lesotho, Malawi, the Netherlands, New Zealand, the UK, the USA, and Zambia. With about 7 million native speakers in South Africa, or 13.5% of the […]

  • Performance tables for 2014 results

    Click link below,

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Star Learner


Bradley Field 6P

Congratulations to Bradley, who was chosen as Star Learner not only because he produced an excellent piece of writing entitled 'What is Gravity?' but also due to the fact that he has been sent to Mr Grosvenor's office eleven times to show good work. Well done Bradley!


Welcome to Paulton Junior School

Please bring in bottles and chocolate this week for the PTA Summer Fayre which is on Friday 3rd July at 3.15pm

OPEN GARDEN – Our garden is open to all from 2pm-4pm on Monday 6th July. Plants and refreshments for sale.

Music Celebration Assembly – Wednesday 15th July 2:15pm. Please click the link on our scrolling news for the details.

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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