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Congratulations to:

Prefects this term:  Joseph Ellis, Zara Curtis (6B), Florence Hand and Ernie Pidduck (6P).


Rounders Team:  Gabriella Carr-Hill, Eden Hall, Emily Killick Edwards, Alexander Jim John, Daniel O’Sullivan (6B), Jodie Andrews, Noah Huwendiek (6C), Oliver Gowe and Anna Haylock Mallol (6F), who played in a rounders event at Hollyfield Field on Friday 28th June, against St Mary’s, Tolworth and Robin Hood.  Whilst we did not win, the team played really well and showed great sportsmanship.  Well done.

Country Dancing Team: All Year 2 and Ksenia Anatskaia, Sadie Cameron-Blake, Eliana Durcan, Jacob Kumpha, Cordelia Perry, Nancy Woodley-Sharp (1P), Olesia Anatskaia, Charlotte Grant, Ansika Kandeepan, Amelia Lyons, Oliver Rigby (1S) who participated in the Country Dancing Festival at Kingsmeadow last week.   St Paul’s was represented with style amongst other Kingston and Richmond Schools.  A big thank you to all the parents who came along and joined in the final dance!

Relay Team:  Lola Curtis, Oscar Curtis, Alicia Dickens, Jeyaraj Jeyaruban (3R), Surya Dabydeen, Aiden Foxen, Wilf Fox-Robinson, Isabela Troci (4CF), Zara Curtis, Ernest Pidduck, Olive Read, Eason Zheng (5G) who on Wednesday 19th June completed in the summer relays at KGS sports.  The competition was against other schools in the borough.  All children had to run about 900m around the sports field.  In each year event there were approximately 39 teams.  Both Year 3 and 4 came in the top 20 and year 5 were placed 10th.  All the children were fantastically behaved and cheered on each other as well as friends from other school.

Natasha Hambling (6B) for winning bronze medal in yesterday's Sussex women's artistic gymnastics competition, held in Horsham.  We also wish her luck for her first international competition in Malta next week.

Lasmipprathaa Subesan (3R) who gained a Grade 1 Modern Distinction Grade.

Isabella Perugi (6B) who gained a Grade 2 Modern Distinction Grade.

Florence Hand (5G) who gained a Merit Silver Grade for her Grade 2 Ballet exam.

Charlene Lepant (5G) who gained a Merit Silver Grade for her Grade 2 Ballet exam.

St Paul’s Singers who performed beautifully at the Festival of School Choirs last week.  Thank you also to Mrs Bartholomew for all her work with the choir and to the parents and staff who accompanied us to the Rose Theatre.

Well done to our Year 6 children and staff who travelled to the Isle of Wight before half term.

Year 5/6 Cricket Team: Zac Davies (4CF), Edward Bransfield, Ozan Korkmaz, Ronak Patel, Tejan Patel, Ernest Pidduck (5G), Joseph Ellis and Calum Kearns (5H) who had an enjoyable morning at the Kingston Grammar playing fields, taking part in the Kingston Year 5/6 Boys Cricket Competition. They fought hard against teams with more experience and year 6 boys and represented the school admirably.  Thank you to Mr Gibbs for accompanying them.

Tennis Team:  Ksenia Marine, William Morris (5G), Solin Idris and Edon Selmani (5H) who enjoyed competing in a tennis tournament at Surbiton Tennis Club before half term. They team showed great sportsmanship and were very encouraging to other team members. Well done.

Wolsey House who were awarded the most house points last half term.

Year 6, who have been commended on their positive attitude during SATs, last week. Well done.

Panathalon Team:  Felix Dean, AJ Mercer, Israel Olowe (5G), Zaki Malik, Mania Ram, Daphne Urry (5H), Keelie Card (6B), George Bignold (6C) and Callum Haynes (6F) who on Wednesday 1st May took part in the Panathlon Challenge at Chessington school against 10 other teams.  The sports day included games such as flight path, boccia blast and new age kurling.  Every single child who participated for  St. Pauls  gave 100% effort, as well encouraged their teammates when racing.  Overall, St. Pauls came first and it was very well deserved.  It was an absolute joy to see the students with massive smiles on their faces.

Year 3 & 4 Tennis Team:  Hayden Liu, Poppy Taylor (3R), Surya Dabydeen and Ron Figlin (4CF) who took part in a tennis tournament at Surbiton Racket and Fitness Club on Thursday 9th May. The children took turns competing against other schools.  They team did very well, encouraged their team mates and tried their very best, despite the inclement weather, they showed great sportsmanship.

After School Football Club – Year 2 Boys had a rematch with Alexandra on Friday 3rd May and won 3-1.  Well done to Ciaran Doherty (2R) who scored a hat trick.

High 5 Netball Team:  Elizabeth Ellis, Sara Idrees, Florence Hand, Minnie Taylor (5G), Edith Chandler, Georgia Hodgson, Greta Pousti, Fia Moxon (5H), Gabriella Carr-Hill, Milosz Urbanski, Emily Killick Edwards, Malak Mohammed, Isabella Perugi (6B), Eleanor Fox-Robinson, Nancy Biles, Bryony McCartan (6C) and Anna Haylock Mallol (6F) who played in a netball tournament at St Luke’s last week.  We received a warm welcome from St. Luke’s and there was a great atmosphere.  Year 6 won 8-6 and Year 5 drew 2-2 in close matches.  Thank you to all the parents who kindly came to support us.

Year 5/6 Mixed Football Team:  Edward Bransfield, Ernest Pidduck, Olive Read (5G), Fia Moxon (5H), Jodie Andrews, Tyler Foxen, Scarlet Lord (6C) and Alexander White (6F), who participated in a mixed football tournament a Chessington School on Tuesday. The team fought hard and passed the qualifiers to finished 5th in the tournament overall. The team were amazing and showed great spirit.

Arber Dauti (5G) who’s football team were the cup winners, March 2019, Kingston Little League Sevens, Under 10-11.

Ksenia Marine (5G) who has passed her Grade 6 ABRSM piano exam and Nikolai Marine (3R) who has passed his Grade 4 ABRSM piano exam with merit.

Year 3 Hockey Team: Lola Curtis, Alicia Dickens, Massimo Farrell, Max Huwendiek, Nikolai Marine, Angus Moxon and Clara Humpherson who had a fantastic morning playing some lovely hockey last week. They won five matches and drew one – a truly outstanding result considering some of the team had not played in a hockey match before. Angus scored an amazing 10 goals. Lola and Max also scored one each. Well done!

Wolsey House who were awarded the most house points this half term.

Rafe Paddison (3R) – Fruit of The Spirit Draw

Every three/four weeks children who are really showing aspects of the Fruits of the Spirit are entered into the draw. Well done to Rafe, whose name has been picked of our first draw, ‘for showing goodness towards his friends.

Joshua Rowden (6F) whose entry has been chosen as one of the winners in the Fourth Plinth Schools Award.

High 5 Netball Team:  Gabriella Carr-Hill, Emily Killick Edwards, Isabella Perugi, Missy Rogers (Captain) (6B), Eleanor Fox-Robinson, Bryony McCartan, Malak Mohammed (6C), and Anna Haylock Mallol (6F) who competed in the Kingston High 5 Netball Tournament at Kingston Grammar School’s playing fields, just before half term. Twenty four schools entered the tournament and St Paul’s came in eighth place. We had very good wins against Alexandra Primary and Knollmead but just lost out to King Athelstan. The girls played with wonderful spirit and the school is very proud of them, especially as we had to play against schools who had three boys in their teams.  A big thank you goes to our very enthusiastic parental supporters!

Mixed Year 5/6 Football Team:  Edward Bransfield, Ernest Pidduck, Olive Read (5G), Fia Moxon (5H), Jodie Andrews, Tyler Foxen, Scarlet Lord (6C) and Alexander White (6F) who competed in a Football Festival at Chessington School on 14th March and have qualified for the Kingston Schools Finals on 23rd April. The whole team played well together with everyone contributing and playing their part. Coach Zac was especially impressed with the girls’ football skills. 

           Eleonora Zago (2G) has passed her Piano Prep test with a "first-rate start" according to the examiner from The Associated Board of the Royal School of Music.

Zia Davies (6B) and Greta Pousti (5H) took part in the Kingston Synchronised Swimming Club Championships at Cheam Leisure Centre at the weekend. Both performed individual routines alongside over 90 other swimmers.  Zia placed 4th in the 11-12 age category and Greta placed 2nd in the 8-10 age group. Well done both!

Year 5/6 Quicksticks Hockey Team:  Archie Baker Jones, Georgia Hodgson (5H), Jack Carroll, Missy Rogers (6B), Jodie Andrews, Noah Huwendiek, Bryony Mccartan (6C) and Oliver Gowe (6F), who played in the Kingston Primary Schools Quicksticks Hockey Tournament on Thursday 28th February.  All the children played really fantastic hockey.  Everyone played their part, which resulted in St Pauls coming a very commendable third out of 19 schools.  Goal scorers: Noah (2), Jodie, Oli (3) Bryony (2), Missy (2), Jodie (1).  Although everyone worked really hard, for work rate, tenacity and drive, my player of the team goes to Jodie.  Full match report and photos are on the school website.

Year 5 Boys’ Football Team:  Kareen Ali, Edward Bransfield, Ernest Pidduck, Eason Zheng (5G), Archie Baker-Jones, Cyrus Binesh-Burke, Calum Kearns and Jack Smith (5H) who played in a tournament on Tuesday 26th February.  They all played really well as a team and there was a lot of team motivation during the games with no one giving up.  The team won one of the six games played, scoring 7 goals as a team.  Well done.

Golden Mile Bronze Award.  The following children have now achieved their Bronze Award (10 miles):





James Rushforth (3R)

Ahmed Waseq (4CF)

Charlie Crew (5H)

Lara Shelley (3R)

Angus Moxon (3R)

Ron Figlin (4CF)

Max Davies (4CF)

Clara Humpherson (3R)

Israel Olowe (5G)

Anan Mohammed (4CF)


Marvin Bardhoshi (4CF)

Ibraheem Idrees (4CF)



Wilfred Fox-Robinson (4CF)

Picton House who were awarded the most house points last half term.

Lasmipprathaa Subesan (3R) who has achieved the LAMDA Entry Level Award in Communication (Entry 3).  Speaking Verse and Prose Entry Level. 

Back in November, Key Stage 2 took part in the Superbugs: Join the fight competition where they designed a creative, sharable campaign idea to inform others on the issue of superbugs and what could been done to reduce antibiotic resistance. Unfortunately, there were no winners from St Paul's however, two of our students - Anna Haylock Mallol and Kaniha Jeyaruban (6F) were given judges commendations to acknowledge their hard work, creativity and well presented entries.

Daphne Urry (5H) who went above and beyond with her RE homework and designed a scarf using Christian symbols that link to the Trinity.  She sewed the Christian symbols

James Ho (2G) who has passed his Grade 2 Violin with distinction.

Ayaan Johri, Riley Bush (2G) and Miles McCready (2R) who have achieved black belt in tae kwon do, Little Cheaters, and have now moved up to junior level.

The following children who have achieved their bronze award in Golden Mile:  Aiden Foxen (4CF) – 10 miles, Cyrus Binesh-Burke (5H) – 11.81 miles and Tobi Mahr (3R) – 11.06 miles. 

Arber Dauti (5G) who plays for Kingston Little League.  His team were the cup winners ‘Sevens Under 11-10 League, September – December 2018’.

Our prefects for this term:  6B - Jason Clift and Missy Rogers,  6C - Jodie Andrews and Noah Huwendiek, 6F - Ollie Gowe and Anna Haylock-Mallol

Year 4 Girl’s Football Team:  Mah-Rukh Ahmad, Surya Dabydeen, Evie Hall, Sofia Haylock-Mallol, Talia Ross, Daisy Shears, Lilly Stevens and Sophie Zablovskaya (4CF) who competed in the Year 4 Girls’ Football Festival at Chessington School last week.  The girls showed great sportsmanship, drawing in two of the matches, losing two and winning the final match against St Agatha’s.

Nikolai Marine (3R), who passed his ABRSM piano exam Grade 3 with a merit.

Congratulations to Alicia Dickens (3R) on running a total of 10.93 miles during Golden Mile.  She has achieved the Bronze Award.  Congratulations also to Mohammed Jood (1P) who has achieved a special award for Best Golden Mile Runner in KS1.

Tennis Team:  Clara Humpherson, Angus Moxon (3R), Lotta Drewett and Matthis Lerck (4CF) who competed in a tennis tournament at Surbiton Racquet and Fitness Club last week.  Our team made their best effort and thoroughly enjoyed the event.

Ksenia Marine (5G) who has passed her recent ABRSM music theory Grade 5 exam with a Merit. 

Years 5 and 6 Netball Teams: Isabella Agraviador, Elizabeth Ellis, Sara Idrees, Minnie Taylor, Florence Hand (5G), Edith Chandler, Georgia Hodgson, Fia Moxon (5H), Gabriella Carr-Hill, Emily Killick Edwards, Malak Mohammed, Isabella Perugi, Missy Rogers (6C), Eleanor Fox-Robinson, Bryony McCartan (6C) and Anna Haylock Mallol (6F). Both teams competed against Latchmere last week and showed great sportsmanship. Latchmere however won both matches 2-1 (Year 6 teams) and 2-0 (Year 5 teams).

Hayden Liu (3R) who joined this year’s Kingston- Upon-Thames Festival of Performing Arts and played piano pieces ‘Petit Jen’ and ‘Morning Prayer’.  The ‘Petit Jen’ achieved 3rd place in the competition.  Well done Hayden.

Athletics Team: Diana Griskevic, Charline Lepant, Ernest Pidduck, Kiara Zacharia-Vidal, Eason Zheng (5G), Edith Chandler, Charlie Crew, Zaki Malik, Fia Moxon, Greta Pousti (5H), Jodie Andrews, Nancy Biles, Ziad Elbarbary, Eleanor Fox-Robinson, Tyler Foxen, Noah Huwendiek, Bryony McCartan, Jessica Shears (6C), Oliver Gowe, Herb Hurtado-Hide, Isaac Mendez and Robin Stanton (6F) who completed in Sports Hall Athletics last Wednesday.  Our team were great ambassadors for the school and finished 4th equal.

Year 6 Boys Football Team:  Jack Carroll, Eden Hall, Oliver Hardingham (6B), Ben Peiker, Jake Young (6C), George McGowan and Joshua Rowden (6F), who competed in the Year 6 Boys’ Football Competition at Chessington School on 6th November along with six other schools.  Our team won one game, drew three and lost one to achieve third place overall.  Well done!

Gabriella Carr-Hill (6B) for her appearance at Kidzania as part of Children in Need.

Year 5/6 Boys’ and Year 5/6 Girls’ Hockey Teams: Zara Curtis, Sebastian Greening (5G), Archie Baker-Jones, Georgia Hodgson (5H), Jack Carroll, Eden Hall, Isabella Perugi, Missy Rogers (6B), Jodie Andrews, Eleanor Fox-Robinson, Noah Huwendiek, Bryony McCartan (6C), Axel Englyst and Oliver Gowe (6F) who competed in a hockey match against Thames Ditton Primary last week.

As always this fixture was very enjoyable and competitive with both matches being very even. The boys eventually drew 3-3 with Noah, Oliver and Axel scoring. Jack was picked as player of the match. The girls won 1-3 in a great team effort, with Missy scoring 2 and Jodie 1. Missy was picked as player of the match.

Year 5 and 6 Cross Country Team: Edward Bransfield, Olive Read, Muhammad Shah(5G), Isabella Humpherson (5H), William Gibbs (6B), Jodie Andrews, Leon Shelley (6C) and Robin Stanton (6F) who travelled to Ditton Fields to take part in the annual Kingston Borough Cross Country event. Having previously entered this event, St Paul’s were full of excitement.

On arrival, it was clear how much our local schools love to run as a record number of schools and children were participating – a huge 672 children from 33 schools! Every single cross country runner should be unbelievably proud of themselves. They ran as one yet worked as a team. Long distance running is no mean feat and requires immense determination and commitment, which the St Paul’s team had in abundance.

Year 3 Boys’ Football Team: Oscar Curtis, Jonah Davies, Jeyaraj Jeyaruban, Tobi Mahr, Nikolai Marine, Leo Pousti and Hashir Shahid (3R) who played in the Year 3 Boys’ Football Fesitval last week. The boys showed great spirit, winning two out of the four matches they played. Well done.

Year 4 Football Team: Mah Rukh Ahmad, Surya Dabydeen, Evie Hall, Sofia Haylock Mallol, Talia Ross, Daisy Shears, Sophia Zablovskaya. The girls played in a Football Festival on 4th October. In a strong group, they won one, drew two and lost one. All the girls played brilliantly as a team and with really good spirit.

Year 6 Girls’ 6 Aside Football Team: Natasha Hambling, Bella Perugi (6B), Jodie Andrews, Scarlet Lord (6C), Zoe Booker and Esme Mackie (6F), who did amazingly well to go undefeated in last Tuesday’s regional tournament. This means they go through to the national qualifier later this term.

Swimming Team: Zara Curtis, Arber Dauti, Minnie Taylor (5G), Joseph Ellis, Greta Pousti (5H), Jack Carroll, Emily Killick Edwards, Sam Whyte (6B), Juliette Farrell, Leon Shelley (6C), Oliver Gowe and Ambre Teixeira (6F) who competed in the Kingston School’s Gala last week. Well done to Leon Shelley who came first in the boys’ front crawl final, Jack Carroll who came 2ndin the boys’ back stroke final and Emily Killick Edwards who came 2nd in the girls’ breast stroke final. The boys’ medley relay team came third in the final and the whole teamenjoyed the experience and competed well against some very strong schools.

Year 2 Football Team: Bella Cassidy, Owais Gani, Eloise Hudson (2G), Elsie Englyst, Arianya Hayman, Harry Moule and Austin Wise (2R) who took part in the Year 2 Football Tournament and had a wonderful afternoon of football at Goals last week.

Lasmippratha Subesan (3R) who achieved a distinction for the Royal Academy of Dance Entry Level Award in Graded Examination in Dance:  Primary in Dance, European Qualifications Framework Level 1. 

Year 5 Girls’ Football Team: Isabella Agraviador, Zara Curtis, Maysie Felice-Adam, Sara Idrees, Chloe Justiniano Precup, Bianca Mocanu, Olive Read and Florence Hand (5G), who competed in their first festival of the season at Chessington School.  Each match was very evenly fought between both sides.  St Paul’s finished the festival in 3rd place out of 7 schools with 2 wins, 2 losses and a fantastic display of football skills, fitness and teamwork. Well done.

Natasha Hambling (6B) who won team silver at the Level 4 Women's Artistic Regional Championships in Guildford.

Our prefects for this term:  Cabriella Carr-Hill, Alexander Jim John (6B), Nancy Biles, Tyler Foxon (6C), Alexandra Hepburn and Alex White (6F).

Nikolai Marine (3R) who took an ABRSM piano exam at the end of the summer term and passed Grade 2 piano with distinction.

Wolsey House who were awarded the House Trophy having been awarded the most house points over last year.

Picton House who were the overall winners of Sports Day at the end of last term.