Our vision is to educate for life, with the love of God, and Christian Values, at the heart of our school.

Find year group information for Year 6 here.


Buddhist Temple Trip

On Thursday 20th September, Year 6 enjoyed a trip to the Buddhist Temple in Wimbledon to support their learning in RE this term. One of the monks showed us round and taught us about the story of Buddha and the five moral codes before teaching us all how to meditate! It was a lovely afternoon at a beautiful venue.



Medical Mavericks Workshop

In the Summer term, Year 5 and 6 were visited by the Medical Mavericks team to explore the world of medicine and look at potential careers in healthcare. Activities involved key hole surgery, taking blood from an arm with a real needle, testing their pulse with a doppler machine, printing their heartrate using an ECG machine, testing reflexes and even trying on 'drunk' goggles!

Science - Heart Dissection

In their science lesson, Year 6 took part in the dissection of a pig’s heart. The children were fully engaged in this fascinating session, asking some excellent questions throughout. The activity has really enhanced the children’s learning as they were able to see, as well as touch and feel, the chambers and the vessels that we have been researching in our science lessons. Most of the children were keen to handle and investigate the hearts which was an inspiring way to experience their learning in a real life context. They all behaved and acted maturely and sensibly.


SATs Breakfast Club


Lavender Hill Magistrates Court

Year 6 visited Lavender Hill Magistrates Court where they found out about how the magistrates courts function, got to reenact a court case in the various roles and got to see the holding cells that are used in this working court.


Year 6 Primary English Challenge at Hollyfield Secondary School

Three children from year 6 went to Hollyfield School on Thursday 8th March, along with their parents and all three year 6 teachers, to take part in an English and General Knowledge Challenge! Questions covered a range of literature, music and writing challenges and was a thoroughly enjoyable evening and we came away winners! Well done St Paul’s!


Tudor Drive Library Visit

On Monday 26th February, Year 6 visited the library for the 3rd time this year to change our books and hear all about some new arrivals!


DT Day - Pizza making


Evacuees Workshop with Theatre Exchange


Year 6 enjoyed outdoor learning on our poetry day!


Secondary School Transition

This term, the parents and carers of past St Paul’s students (now in Year 7) were asked to complete a questionnaire on how they felt about their child’s experience at St Paul’s. Thank you so much to everyone that completed the online survey: the results were extremely positive and 100% of parents/carers said their child had moved from primary to secondary school successfully.

What did St Paul's Primary School do that helped your child with their transition to Secondary School?

‘My child felt confident and secure about [moving to secondary school] which I felt came from such solid preparation on the part of the Yr 6 team.’

‘I found St Paul's very supportive and reassuring. It was good to see teachers from St Paul's at the secondary school during our visit.’

‘St Paul’s prepared the children for the next stage in their education. Gave them the confidence to be independent learners and happy in themselves as young adults.’

‘St Paul's were very encouraging and gave my child confidence that he would enjoy secondary school and made him feel ready for it.’

‘I think [St Paul’s] encouraged independence and nurtured a strong sense of belonging and security. I think this provided a solid platform for next steps.’

Kingston Library

Year 6 visited Kingston Library where they found out about the transition from children’s fiction to teen fiction and got to take a book to enjoy!


Year 6 teaching Year 3 how to use Times Tables Rockstars