'Friendship and Well Being' has been the focus this week in school, with pupils engaged in various activities. Monday morning's assembly focused on 'Online Safety' and classes were asked to design posters showing how to stay safe whilst online, the 'Anti-bullying' assembly gave the children the opportunity to discuss issues surrounding good, positive friendships and the week culminated in St. Paul's pupils sharing a 'Friendship Afternoon'. Children from mixed age groups joined together to participate in fun activities. A carousel of craft making activities based on friendship was offered to children in Key Stage 1 and in Key Stage 2 the House Captains and other Year 6 pupils helped to organise activities for pupils in their house, ranging from cricket to baking. St. Paul's pupils celebrated friendship whilst also remembering those less fortunate themselves by making a huge effort wearing spots and bringing teddies to raise money for 'Children in Need'. Thank you to everyone for making the day a fun fundraiser.