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We pride ourselves on developing rounded, confident and aspirational children who are passionate about contributing to their much-loved school and community. We do this by giving children ownership and responsibility for many aspects of their school life. 


The Values Committee provides children in school with a voice and a collective vision. Working with the Senior Leadership Team, the Values Committee are able to share and develop a new school vision for the future of St Paul's. The democratic process of forming a new Values Committee supports children in the understanding of the right to vote and the value of having an elected committee.

Head Boy and Head Girl

Our Head Boy and Head Girl are a very important part of the Values Committee.


The Role of Head Girl by Jess

To me, being Head Girl is a huge achievement because it is a once in a lifetime opportunity. I will put 100% effort into my jobs around school. I am looking forward to representing St Paul's and helping to organise the charity events. I will make the visitors feel welcome in our wonderful school. As a job in the playground, I will help children to make new friends if they feel left out or alone. As well as that, I will support the younger children throughout the whole year. 


The Role of Head Boy by Toby

For me, being Head Boy is a great achievement and I think of myself as being very lucky as there are many people who applied. At first, I was a bit nervous but I stepped out of my comfort zone and here I am as Head Boy. 

I will always jump into any activity I am asked to do. The thing that I am most looking forward to is the charity work because it makes me feel like the world is being helped. 

Meet our Values Committee

Values Committee Impact Statement 2021-22

The Values Committee have worked so hard and organised many events over the course of the year.

These were some of our key events

  • Macmillan Coffee Morning
  • Children in Need
  • Christmas Mission
  • Red Nose Day
  • Wear it Wooly
  • Jubilee Picnic
  • CPR Event
  • Wear it Blue

From all of these events we managed to raise over £1600!  This is an incredible amount of money and we hope it makes a difference to the variety of charities above.   


Here are some of the reasons the Value Committee want to help others

“To help people who really need it”

“We strive to help people who are struggling and going through hard times”

“It is always important to help the less fortunate”

“We want to give a little bit back. The NHS has given so much to us, we want to show our appreciation to them”

“Everyone deserves a chance to help and be helped”


We would like to thank everyone that has donated money and their time to help the Values Committee raise money for charities locally, nationally and globally. 

We hope you will continue to support us next year.

Wear it Woolly Day 2022


The Values Committee were pleased to support Age UK Blackburn with Darwen's Wear it Woolly Day again this year. The whole school wore woolly clothes on Friday, 25th February and raised £303.84 to help keep older people warm and well this winter.

Our Christmas Mission 2021

Helping and serving our local families and young people who are in need is an important role and mission of our school. This provides children of our school the opportunity to see the impact and ability they have to create change at such a young age.  Over the last four years the children and families of Hoddlesden St Paul’s CE Primary School and Uniplay have raised and contributed towards our Christmas Mission. Our school community has collected food and gifts over the years for in excess of 40 families. To know that there are children and families in need at any time of the year is hard to comprehend but especially hard at Christmas time. 


We have had the pleasure of meeting some of the recipients of our Christmas Mission hampers over the years and have been overwhelmed by their gratitude and relief that they were able to make their childrens’ Christmas one to remember. 


Families can be referred anonymously by schools in our cluster. If you can answer yes to any of the following questions, please get in touch. 


  • Do you know of a family who would benefit from food and presents being provided for their children over the Christmas period?  
  • Is the pressure of providing for your children over the holidays worrying you?
  • Do you know a family who would benefit from an anonymous donation?  


You can get in touch by:


You can choose whether to make a named or anonymous request for a family. 


We are lucky to have large donations over the festive period but this is not an endless supply and therefore requests will be processed on a first come first served basis. If you would like to make donations these will be warmly welcomed. 


Wishing you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.  

Christmas Mission form

Christmas Mission

Values Committee Impact Statement 2018-19


This year in the School Council have organised many different fundraising events to help charities around the world.


Here are some of the events that we have taken part in this year:

  • Rosemere Cake Sale
  • Christmas Mission
  • Children in Need
  • Red Nose Day (Talent Show)
  • Christian Aid


Here are some reasons why we help charities and people in need:

  • It feels like we have made a difference in people’s lives when we fundraise, help people in need and support charities so that they can give the money to less fortunate people.
  • We help people in need because they may be less fortunate than us
  • It feels like we have made a difference in the world
  • Everyone in the school enjoys taking part in fundraising events and helping people in need. We like to give and demonstrate our Christian Value of Service.


Without the support of our School Family, all of these events and the money that has been raised would not have possible.


We thank you for your continued support.

Values Committee impact statement 2017-18


This year the School Council have raised money for multiple charities that include:

Macmillan, Christian Aid, Age UK, Children in Need and Sports Relief.


We have supported people to socialise and make friends with other people in our local community.


We have helped people that live in Haiti to build safe and secure homes .  


The work that we have achieved has encouraged the school family at St Paul's to be selfless and care for others.


Already this year we have raised £1,998.81.

Start children off on the way they should go and even when they are old they will not turn from it.
- Proverbs 22:6