Friday Flier - 9th October 2015
School Photographs
Dear Parents,
Once again Graham Atkins Hughes has kindly donated his time and his skills to ensure that we have a photographic memory of each class and of the whole school.
In the next few days the photos will be sent to you free of charge however we would appreciate a donation towards our St Paul’s Park Community Fund. This Fund has been established to bring improvements to the space we call “the Green”, which is and has been used by our children and our community daily and for many years.
We very much hope we can all contribute to the upkeep of this space, and make significant improvements that will benefit the whole neighbouring community.
Please send your donations to:
Account name: St Paul’s Steiner Project 2
sort code 400333
account number 01206176
With regards to the photos, we respectfully ask that these are not posted or shared via social media.
The school office
Dates for Your Diary
Thurs  15 — Class III Parents' Evening; 7:00pm – 8:30pm
Fri  16 — Jumble Sale Prep; 3:30pm – 6:30pm
Sat  17 — Jumble Sale
Mon 19 – Trustees’ meeting 6pm 

Please refer to the website before phoning the office for dates.
All dates regarding the school are available at:
Tues  20 — PTFA meeting - all parents welcome; 8:40am – 9:40am
Tues 20  — Dr Gruenewald visit
Mon 26 — Half Term begins 

Mon 2   — Term re-starts

Outdoor News
Thanks to the hard work of all the children the Michaelmas celebration saw some major transformations of outdoors spaces in and around the school. As you may already know St Paul's received several hundred pounds worth of gardening tools from The Conservation Foundation, a charity who work with prisons to have old tools refurbished and then donated to school and community gardening projects. Without these tools, the work completed on Tuesday, or future projects we have planned could not happen.

We can express our gratitude and support for the project by making a small donation, either by text or internet as follows:

TOOL11 £1 to 70070

Help needed

Tomorrow, Saturday, 10th October, Mr Brokenshire will be building two additional raised beds to be positioned and filled with compost next week.

If any parents would be available for 2 hours from 10am to help it would be very much appreciated.

Then on Wednesday 14th October the children will be moving a delivery of compost from the school grounds, into the new raised beds. Please ensure your child is wearing appropriate clothing.

To help, we will need additional wheel barrows. If any could be loaned to the school for the day it would be much appreciated.

With thanks,

The Teachers of St Paul’s

Michaelmas Festival
Classes I and II

Dear Parents of Kindergarten and Class I and II,
Thank you very much for your responses to our travel survey. So far we have 83 respondents. 
Currently results show that whilst over 50% of children currently travel to school by bicycle, over 80% would like to travel by bike. We hope that this helps to strongly justify some council funding for additional cycle storage at the school.
If you haven't filled in the survey, please do so before it closes on Monday 12th October.

This may help the school qualify for extra funding from the council for a new bike shed.

The Students of Class VIII

Class V appeal

Last Wednesday, ladened with heavy bags, Class V took all your donations to North London Action for the Homeless and they were delighted with our contribution. We were shown around and saw the kitchen where all the food is prepared. We were given an insight into what sort of meals they cook, and we were told that in the winter months when it is icy cold, St Paul's Church Hall, where NLAH are based, offer night shelter to the homeless. We were very inspired by the work that they do. and are grateful for all the support and generosity from everyone. For those who are interested in continuing to support them, they are in need of mens clothing, underwear, socks, and sleeping bags.

Once again, a big thank you from Class V!  

Jumble Appeal

Please pick-up Jumble flyers from reception and deposit them in your local area. You can also download fliers to print here.

Please start searching and collecting all your unwanted Clothes & Shoes, Toys, Books, & Bric-a-brac.

Jumble can be brought into the school and left in reception from Monday 12th May

The Jumble Sale is on Saturday 17th October and we need people to bake sweet or savoury dishes in recyclable  or disposable containers for the Jumble Café.

Please do not bring any underwear, dirty or ripped clothing or any broken Toys or Books  (they do not sell & it creates extra work)
Curtains request

Please can anyone help with sewing simple white cotton curtains for the windows and door in the SEN room and in Class VI as overlooking the Nave which can be very distracting. We will supply the fabric.

Please contact Pam if you can help.

Thank you.

Jumble Sale

Jumble Sale

Community Notices
Doll Making Workshops

Make a doll over two Sundays, 11th and 18th October, from 10 - 5

£95 including all materials (except yarn for hair)

The workshop will be held in Hackney, E8. We will be in a small group, no previous experience needed.

Piano Lessons

Peter Bridges has some spaces for piano pupils (2.30pm onwards) from his home in Stokenewington and a few home visits.

He currently teaches 5 Pupils from St Pauls and his child attends a Steiner school.

Experienced international pianist, Master of Music, Concert performer, Director of acclaimed Garden Opera Company.

Many successes in Grade Exams from beginners to diploma level. Peter has taught the piano for over 30 years.

Ring 07968 158 948 or email  for more information.

Many successes in Grade Exams from beginners to diploma level. Peter has taught the piano for over 30 years.

Childcare offered

My name is Cem Anderson-Shadi and I'm 23 year old man. I attended Michael Hall Steiner school in Forest Row, East Sussex. I've just embarked on studying a BSc in Nutritional Therapy and am living in Highgate, North London.

I'm looking for any families that need babysitting or some afternoon/ weekend care for their children. I'm friendly, warm-hearted and a good cook! Please contact me for my availability and if you have an questions on:
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