Snow Notice: St Paul’s Primary will be open on Wednesday for those that are able to make it in safely. The only routes into school that will be open are the main entrance (best for reception, year 1 and year 2) and the pathway past years 3 and 4 to the link corridor (best for year 3 to 6). Please be aware though that Hampton Dene Road is still very icy so walking may be easier than driving. You won’t be able to access school via the churchyard or across the playgrounds. 

The Christmas lunch has been postponed until Thursday and the kitchen at BHBS will only be partially open. Please can everyone bring a packed lunch.

We would like the children to wrap up warm and wear sensible footwear for the ice and snow. The chidren do not need to wear school uniform but are more than welcome to still wear a Christmas jumper (although they will probably need them on Thursday too).

The playground has not yet been cleared but we will try and make some progress with that during the day.

Thank you so much to the staff, parents, children and kind volunteers who turned up at school to help clear pathways. You were all wonderful. We will be in touch again tomorrow.

Many thanks,

Mr Frosty / Teale

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St Paul’s is located near the heart of the historic City of Hereford. Our spacious campus adjoins the peaceful grounds of St Paul’s Church and The Bishop of Hereford’s Bluecoat School in Tupsley, to the east of the city centre. 

The first St Paul's School was founded in 1868 as an all-age school. From this time to the present day,  St Paul's Church of England Primary has enjoyed a reputation as a warm and caring school, serving its parish and strongly adhering to inclusive Christian Values.  

St Paul's today is proud of its academic achievements and the way in which they enrich the lives of children, giving them a sound foundation on which to build their future. 

At St Paul’s, Religious Education, along with worship, a focus on Gospel values, and citizenship lies at the heart of our church school ethos. 

Our aim is to encourage all our children to be inspired by faith, challenged by global issues, and be respectful of others through a clear understanding of Christian beliefs and action.