At St. Peter’s we are very proud of the Christian values which underpin our work!
“The provision of spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is a strength of the school. Displays around the school visually promote this at every opportunity. For example, each corridor is labelled to reinforce a value or an ambition and emphasises the aspirational ethos which pervades the school. Pupils regularly walk up progress avenue, cooperation alley or achievement road on their way to lessons, assembly or out to play.”
OFSTED Feb 2016
“The broad, balanced and well-planned curriculum and a commitment to Christian values complements the promotion of British values and the development of pupils’ spiritual, moral social and cultural awareness. Pupils are asked to consider how moral values have changed over time within their topic linked to Victorian Britain or discuss and debate moral issues linked to current affairs, such as the refugee crisis.”
OFSTED Feb 2016
“The distinctiveness and effectiveness of St Peter’s School as a Church of England school are outstanding.”
SIAS – Manchester Diocese June 2016
We have achieved the RE Quality Mark Gold award in recognition of our RE curriculum work.
Click here to visit our SMSC whole school tracker on our main school website, detailing all the outstanding SMSC activity the children participate in.
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Celebrating World Book Day
Year 2 Sunshine of Values Assembly February 2018
NSPCC 23rd January 2018
The NSPCC came to our assembly this morning and spoke to us about how to stay safe by speaking to an adult about things that worry or upset us.
Carol service at St. John’s Church 15.12.17
Christmas jumper day in aid of Save the Children 2017
Nativity production – Prickly Hay Dec 2017
Christmas Fair 2017
Supporting Children in Need 2017
Lest we forget! Remembrance Day 2017
Launching the Children’s University October 2017
The children were treated to an exciting assembly today were the Children’s University was introduced. This gives the children a chance to gain stamps on their passport for extra-curricular clubs.
The year ends with a graduation ceremony when children have completed 30 hours of learning activities.
More information to follow.
Ks2 Harvest Service
Fabulous Ks1 harvest service this morning!
Macmillan coffee morning
Kearsley Scarecrow Festival
What are the characteristics of a super hero? Find out what the children had to say.