It’s Friday morning here at St Peter’s Primary School, which means class assembly time. As budding actors, Year 1 retold the story ‘Whatever Next’ by Jill Murphy. We recorded a short video of the assembly, which can be seen here if you couldn’t make it this morning to watch it live. We also took a few pictures…
The children were asked to design scenes depicting the local area, including the history of the local area. The children worked from some initial ideas and were supported by Mr McInroy and Mrs Luker. A&E Elkins who are working on a large project on the flats in the local area used the designs to create…
Christmas Fair at St Peter’s 1st December 2017: 2pm – 4pm Entrance is FREE!!! Winter is finally upon us and what better way to see this December in than with an amazing, show stopping Christmas Fair, jam packed with fun, great shopping ideas and some really incredible prizes!
Our year four children have been working very hard in rehearsals at St Peter’s Church every Friday morning in preparation for the forthcoming Winter Splash Show 2017. The show takes place on Tuesday 12th December 2017 at The Clore Ballroom, Level 2, Royal Festival Hall. Curtain call is at 5:30pm and the entrance is
It’s Children in need day today and it’s Friday so we have a doubly fun morning as we have an extra special CIN assembly hosted by our very own School Council. The assembly started with a special message about why we are doing all of these wonderful things today with some videos created by the…
As part of our Children in Need fundraising day, this afternoon, we will be hosting a cake and biscuit sale. The parents and children have been baking all day creating some beautiful, mouth watering cakes and biscuits to tempt you all this afternoon. The cake sale starts at 3:30pm and will take place in the…
Its Friday 17th November 2017, which means its time for Children in Need! Schools, businesses and individuals throughout the country will be working hard to raise money for this amazing charity. At St Peter’s Primary School, you can see that everybody is ready and raring to go as we are all dressed in a spotaculous…
It’s Children in Need Day today so the children are all dressed up in Onesies, Superhero costumes, Disney characters, Pugsies and more to raise money for this amazing charity. Every child coming into school today dressed up pays £1.00 to do so, which all goes into our fund raising pot for this years Children in…
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Good gains in spiritual, moral and social and cultural development enable them to show care and consideration for one another.
The acting was excellent. The children and teachers work very hard to make their assemblies entertaining and informative. Well done to everyone. It is always a great pleasure to watch.
St Peter’s CE Primary School is a place where values are taught alongside sound education. Children are taught in a way that they grow in confidence and a sense of belonging. I am proud that my child has the opportunity of being educated at this school.
St Peter’s school is very safe and we are like one big family that’s what makes it safe and joyful.
St Peter’s is a warm and friendly school where children work hard and have fun. A school where the Headteacher finds time for a chat with parents and carers. The children are respectful. A great place I would recommend it to all!
St Peter’s is a safe and enjoyable environment because all the teachers in this school help me in my learning. They encourage me to become a good person in the future.
Brilliant! It is very encouraging to see our children perform with such focus and maturity. They clearly work very hard to make their assembly performance a great success!