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  • Weather updates check the following:

    Published 07/12/17

    1)Text
    2)Message on our school website 
    3)Announcement on Radio WM, Free Radio and Heart FM (this has a time lapse)
    IF YOU DO NOT HEAR OTHERWSE - SCHOOL IS OPEN.

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  • Warwickshire County Championships 200m Butterfly

    Published 13/02/18

    Well done Aimee.

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  • Public transport

    Published 09/02/18

    Dear parents,

    As many of our girls use public transport we would like you to share this guidance with them.

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  • Sweden comes to St Paul's

    Published 06/02/18

    Mr Jens Lindgren, Swedish Headteacher, along with Mrs Rivett, Headteacher at St Clare's in Handsworth, came to visit St Paul's. He was visiting best practice of schools in the UK.

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  • Preet Gill, MP for Edgbaston

    Published 05/02/18

    Preet Gill, the first British Sikh member of parliament, for Edgbaston Labour was invited to visit St Paul's.

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  • Dancing Queen

    Published 31/01/18

    Lizzie-Ann was triumphant after winning a 1st, two 2nd and 3rd places in her latest Ballroon and Latin dancing competition.

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  • Free Family Engineering Days

    Published 29/01/18

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  • Vacancy for Head of Music

    Published 26/01/18

    St Paul’s School for Girls is seeking to appoint a dynamic and well qualified Head of Music to join our high achieving school. Applications are considered from either exceptional existing or aspiring leaders of music. Candidates should be able to teach across the age and ability range and to provide evidence of successful teaching strategies and excellent organisational skills.

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  • St Paul's gets its own flag

    Published 24/01/18

    Dr Casserly set a challenge to whole of St Paul's, to design a school flag. We had numerous entries with Lina's design being chosen.

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  • Admission Appeals vacancy

    Published 24/01/18

     

    The Governors of Catholic schools are responsible for convening appeals hearings if requested by a parent or carer who is refused admission to their school. The Birmingham Diocesan Education Service recruits and trains individuals to sit on appeals for Catholic schools within the Diocese and is currently inviting applications from individuals who would like to volunteer for this service.

    The appeals panel service is an essential and valued service on which schools rely in order to organise independent appeals hearings. Each individual appeal, on average, takes between 20 minutes and half an hour (although some can be shorter or longer than this depending on its complexity). Schools may sometimes only have a single appeal and so the time commitment for sitting on such an appeal panel would be short. However, many schools, usually during the summer term, have multiple appeals lodged and so organise full days to hear a number of appeals consecutively. This can sometimes require a panel member to commit to sitting on an appeal for two or, very occasionally, three days. Where there are a number of appeals for one school, the same panel must hear all of the appeals. However, panel members are free to decide their own availability and it would be entirely your own decision whether to agree to sit on a particular school’s panel or not once you are aware of the time commitment involved.

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  • 40 !!! Positive Logs

    Published 22/01/18

    Qawiiah in 10T was congratulated by Dr Casserly for receiving 40 postive logs so far this term.

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  • Vacancy for either Subject Leader/Teacher for Computer Science

    Published 22/01/18

    The Governing Body of St Paul’s School for Girls is seeking to appoint an inspirational Head of Computer Science or Computer Science Teacher for commencement September 2018.  We seek an outstanding practitioner with the ability to lead the delivery of Computer Science at Key Stages 3, 4 and 5. The successful candidate will be a dedicated and committed leader, able to drive academic progress and ICT innovation in school.

     

    `St Paul's is an outstanding Catholic comprehensive school for girls aged 11-19. St Paul's is in the top 5 % in England.  In 2017 GCSE English and Maths combined was 84% grade 9 – 4 and computer Science was 100% A – C.

     

    The successful applicant will be

    • Responsible for the leadership of Computer Science/delivery of Computer Science

     

    Must have:

    • Ability to inspire and manage pupils in a well-resourced dept.
    • An outstanding teacher with a track record of delivering Computer Science and ICT, securing excellent examination results.
    • A high expectations of pupils (both attainment and behaviour)
    • Excellent ICT organisational and communication skills.

     

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