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Paisley Primary School
Paisley Street, HU3 6NJ, UK Kingston upon Hull
+44 (0)1482 355984

Paisley Primary School Paisley Primary School is a County Primary co-educational day school which caters for children from 3 to 11 years. There are approximately 325 pupils on roll. We have a purpose built 39-place nursery and there are eleven classes in the main school. We positively encourage parents and the local community to be actively involved with the children's education and development.

We place great emphasis on good behaviour and our disciplinary policy is well established and highly structured. We encourage the children to take responsibility for their own development and encourage the promotion of self-esteem: If we feel successful then we will be successful.

At Paisley we believe in life-long learning and in collaboration with the Hull College and other training agencies we promote a wide range of courses for parents and members of the local community. We want your child to do well and be happy at Paisley and will do everything we can to achieve this. By working together we will achieve this goal.

Mr R N Petch B.Ed (Hons) NPQH


School Prospectus
Download the full Prospectus filled with valuable information for parents of current and future students.
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September 2006 Ofsted Report
Download the full report from Ofsted following Paisley's most recent inspection.
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Letter from the Head Teacher
An introductory letter from Robin Petch on taking over as the school's Head Teacher in 2004.
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Newsletter 03
Newsletter from June 2004
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Newsletter 04
Newsletter from December 2004
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Newsletter 05
Newsletter from April 2005
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Newsletter 06
Newsletter from September 2005
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Newsletter 07
Newsletter from March 2006
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Newsletter 08
Newsletter from May 2006
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Newsletter 09
Newsletter from October 2006
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Home/School/Child Agreement Form
The basis of the working relationship between your home, your child and Paisley Primary, setting out the responsibilities of each.
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Homework Policy - Foundation Stage
The How? What? Why? and When? of homework for children currently in Foundation Stage classes (Nursery & Reception).
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Homework Policy - Key Stage 1
The How? What? Why? and When? of homework for children currently in Key Stage 1 classes (Years 1 & 2).
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Homework Policy - Lower Key Stage 2
The How? What? Why? and When? of homework for children currently in Lower Key Stage 2 classes (Years 3 & 4).
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Homework Policy - Upper Key Stage 2
The How? What? Why? and When? of homework for children currently in Upper Key Stage 2 classes (Years 5 & 6).
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Behaviour Policy
Outlines the standards of behaviour expected of children, the school's responsibilities and how disciplinary issues will be dealt with.
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Drug Education Policy
Outlines the school's approach to raising childrens' awareness of issues around the use of both legal and illegal drugs, including alcohol, tobacco, prescription medication and solvents.
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Healthy Eating Policy
Outlines the school's approach to teaching children the value and benefits of a healthy diet, and summarises those foods and drinks permitted and prohibited within the school.
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ICT Policy
Outlines the school's approach to the teaching of ICT (Information & Communication Technology), including Health & Safety issues, security and Internet use.
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Modern Foreign Languages Policy
Outlines the philosophy, aims and objectives of the school's teaching of modern foreign languages. In Paisley's case the main language is French.
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PSHE & Citizenship Policy
Outlines the school's approach to Personal Social & Health Education, which is concerned with the emotional health and well-being of the children, as well as preparing them to become effective citizens.
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Science Policy
Outlines the school's approach to the teaching of science.
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Sex & Relationships Policy
Outlines the school's approach to education around sex and relationships, including what is covered at each stage of learning. This is part of the overall PSHE curriculum.
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