A place with a zest for excitement, friendship and fun;
Where learning extends beyond the classroom walls.
A place where we all feel safe and secure;
Where integrity and honesty are highly valued.
A place where we appreciate and celebrate difference;
Where we support each other and learn from mistakes.
A place where we nurture a thirst for learning,
Aspire to brilliance and build resilience.
A diary date for Years 1-6. Meet the teacher will take place on Wednesday 5 th September at 18.30. We are looking forward to seeing you all again and meeting our new families
Useful advice for parents from the NSPCC.
Parents may be familiar with the popular video game Fortnite, the online shooter game. While this is seemingly a child-friendly game, there are certain risks attached, of which we would like to make parents aware. As your children have some well-deserved rest and relaxation over the summer holidays, we'd encourage you to look out for them playing this game and do what you can to keep them safe. Please read the fact sheet below which will help you to feel more informed, decide whether you're happy for your child to play the game, and learn how to set up parental controls.
These children are ready for Big School! Good luck to those moving to new schools and we look foward to seeing the children staying at St Peter's in September.
The Nursery children were AMAZING in their graduation assembly. Thank you to everyone for coming. Have a brilliant summer holidays. Love Mrs Brady, Mrs O'Connor, Mrs Walters, Mrs Sartin, Mrs Humphries and Mrs Gage xxxxx
St Peter's Nursery children at their graduation yesterday. How much they've grown up over the year! Thank you to Mrs Brady and her fabulous Nursery team for all their hard work in caring for, nurturing and teaching our Nursery pupils!
As well as collecting plastic bottle tops and straws, why not play plastic bingo this summer when you are on the beach?
In July, we had a visit from world-renowned artist Iain Alexander. He explained his concerns about the impact of plastics in the environment on marine animals. He is working with Durrell and a Harrow A level student, using art to create a message to highlight this, by creating a sculpture made from plastic bottle tops and straws. During assembly, Iain asked if our children could collect straws and bottle tops over the summer holidays to use in the sculpture. He said the more they collect, the bigger the sculpture can be. The finished item will be brought into school next term, so that we can see it, and thus raise further awareness. Each child at St Peter's has been given a paper bag in which to collect their bottle tops and plastic straws over the summer. These could come from home, but even better if they are collected from the beach. We hope you will have fun collecting these items. There will be a prize for the child who collects the most. Thank you for helping to raise awareness of the impact of plastic in the natural environment.