At St Peter’s we have high expectations where everyone achieves and succeeds within a safe, inclusive Christian community. We promote independence, respect and empathy. Through an exciting curriculum, children are inspired to become lifelong learners and active world citizens.
"I'm a young leader which means I've been trained to organise activities for the younger children at lunchtime. "
"I am enjoying being able to work things out for myself. I know that it doesn't matter if I make a mistake."
"Our teachers have changed the way we learn in the afternoons. It's really exciting now. There are some tasks which we must do but there's always a challenge to do something else. I really like the challenge!"
"Charity Day is organised by the children. Me and my friend ran a nail bar. All the money went to a school in Ghana where the children don't have the things that we have."
"We had a Chinese feast at Chinese New Year and I got to eat with chopsticks!"
"Cookery Club is great fun. We make cakes and other recipes which we can take home. We make sure we use Fairtrade ingredients, where possible."
"Pause Day is when we don't do any normal lessons for the day. We do a lot of creative learning though and we have time to reflect. It's really different."
"On International Day my class learnt about Japan. We made models of sushi and tried on kimonos. We had a passport to go and visit all the other countries!"
"Team building at Alice Holt was great. It's really good to work with people who aren't your closest friends. You find out what you're good at and what skills you need to work