Our school is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff, visitors, and volunteers to share this commitment.
If you have concerns regarding the safeguarding or welfare of any of our pupils, please contact Miss R Brown (Designated Safeguarding Lead), or Mrs S Nelson (Designated Safeguarding Lead), Mrs T Bolton (Designated Safeguarding Lead) or Miss Blackburn (Designated Safeguarding Lead)
St Peter's participates in Operation Encompass. Following the report of an incident of domestic abuse, school will be advised that the child has been involved. Please see school website for further details.
The Safeguarding and Child Protection policy can be found here. SAFEGUARDING POLICY
'Let Your Light Shine'
At St Peters, we aim to provide children with an experience of history which is valid, stimulating and informative. Above all, our intent is for all children to develop the skills to become questioning and inquiring historians. We believe these skills will be beneficial in many other subject areas and indeed as a life skill. We want to inspire the pupils' curiosity to know more about the past and to consider the fundamental historical concepts of continuity and change, cause and consequence, significance and similarities and differences within the different periods studied.
At St Peter’s we strive for each child to be able to:
UKS2 are working towards an exciting history project to be displayed at Astley Hall, investigating soldiers from Chorley Pals who died in the First World War. Volunteers from Chorley Family History came into school to help us research the soldiers on the 1911 census and through their military records available on line.
We will carry on our research as many lived in the same streets as us. Many were textile mill workers and we would like to understand more about their lives in chorley at this time.
We will be making small teddy bears to remember the Farnell teddy bears which were given to soldiers as a keepsake to remind the men of their loved ones at home. There are moving stories of teddy bears being returned to families but without their owners.