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Headteacher's Welcome 

Welcome to Paulton Infant school. We hope that our website will give you an insight and understanding in how we ensure the best possible outcomes for your child. Our staff are passionate about creating the very best start to your child’s educational journey. We understand the importance of ensuring that the correct learning foundation blocks are put in place by developing knowledge, skills and behaviours for learning. Our creative, inspiring and challenging curriculum allows children to explore their natural curiosity in a safe, fun and exciting learning environment.


The school shares its site and also its aims and values with Paulton Junior School. The Infant School operates entirely independently, however, and is therefore able to devote all teaching and learning methods, resources, organisation, routines and management to meet the very specific needs of four to seven year olds.

Parent partnership is extremely important to us at Paulton Infant School. We fully recognise that parents are their children’s first educators and we thrive on continuing this educational journey together, ensuring many opportunities to share learning experiences and your child’s progress.


High expectations and strong teaching lead to consistently high academic achievements but we also believe strongly in the equal importance of social, emotional, creative and physical development. It is our privilege to care and provide for your child at the start of a life-long journey of learning. Our aim is that every child leaves us as a happy, self-confident individual, fulfilled as a member of our school, the local community and the wider world.

We welcome visits to our school so that we can share how we work together to inspire a love of learning throughout life. Please contact the school office to arrange an appointment.


Emily Omell, Headteacher and the staff at Paulton Infant School

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Summer Reading Challenge: Over the summer holidays, go to your local library to join the Gadgeteers summer reading challenge!

Follow this link for more information: https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/

Here is where you can take part this summer:

  • Bath Central Library

  • Keynsham Library 

  • Midsomer Norton Library

  • A Community Run Library near you

The Reading Challenge:

  • Go to your library this summer to join the Challenge – IT’S FREE!

  • Sign up to receive your special Gadgeteers collector poster

  • Choose 6 books to read over the holidays

  • Collect stickers for every 2 books that you read

  • Add the stickers to your poster to complete the Challenge and become a Gadgeteer!