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

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Class 4 have been learning about medicines and drugs. They created posters to show the rules around medicines and drugs. 

Award assembly for year 5 children after completing the Young Enterprise. Well done to you all!

We have been given a very special gift from 'True Bearings Ltd'. They have provided us with a defibrillator. The charity 'Hand on Heart' spoke to us in assembly. Training will be given to staff and children in the new school year.

Fruit and vegetable tasting for parents and children after school. Which did you enjoy the most?

Well done to Emily Haywood who won our healthy meal competition! Her special fruit salad will be made for the school dinners to taste.

'Healthy Me' week. Lots of visitors, fun and activities.

Class 8 enjoying the Life Education bus!

Class 3 on the Life Education Bus!

Walk to School week. 18th - 22nd May

PCSO Laura spoke to the children about her role and about how to keep safe on the roads.

Well done to the children who won our poster competition to promote our lollipop lady. They each won a prize and the 3 winners will have their work displayed on a banner outside school.

We have worked hard in school to ensure that it is a happy and safe place to learn. Anna and Chloe have created a powerpoint to show some of the things that we have done together.

Junior children in the Art Creative Course have created 3-d sculptures of our guide dogs. This week the 'real' guide dogs came to inspect!

Class 4 did a 10 week signing course. They showed off their new skills in assembly and taught us all how to sign some everyday words.

Alan and his Guide Dog Kim visited school. Their friends came too. They went to each class and answered all of our questions.

The 'Top Table'. Well done if you are chosen by the dinner staff for excellent behaviour in the lunch hall.

Alan and his guide dog Kim visited us at school. We learnt how important guide dogs are to their owners.

Meet Katy, Freddie and Rio.

After donating money to the Guide Doges, we are now the proud sponsors of three gorgeous puppies - Katy, Freddie and Rio. We will be receiving regular updates about how their training is going. Keep watching the School Council board for more pictures and information. During this year, each class will be raising even more money to help the Guide Dogs. If you have any fundraising ideas, speak to your teacher of School Council.

Pupdate: Look at how much our Guide Dog puppies have grown. All three are continuing to work hard with their training.

'Friendship week'. The Anti-Bullying magician amazed us with her magic but she also reminded us that bullying is not acceptable. Everyone dressed in blue to end our focus week - the colour to show that we are all friends.

Reading buddies for Classes 1 and 2 - for 'Friendship Week' we have visited our friends in Reception and heard everyone read. The children gave Year 6 a tour of the classroom and then we enjoyed the outdoor area together!
Next we visited Classes 6 and 7 during 'Friendship Week' and became teachers! we wanted to share our own learning and teach them the days of the week. We chanted and taught them the correct pronunciation, we played a pairs game matching English and French and then taught them a song, 'La semaine'. We even gave them homework - a word search to find days of the week in French!

4 children from Class 10 have been trained by the Debt Advice Foundation to help Year 6 children understand how we manage money and the reasons for debt. Adam, Aaliyah, Anna and Adnaan have shown through a powerpoint, diaries and discussion, how common it is for adults to accumulate debt. We discussed what we could do to help especially around Christmas time when our families have extra spending. 


The next challenge is to teach this lesson again to Class 9 to help them consider our 'needs and wants' and the demands this places on money. 


The children made excellent teachers. There was lots of discussion and the diaries of 2 young people helped especially, to understand the pressures we can put on our parents.