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Headteacher's Welcome

Welcome to St Peter’s Church of England Primary School website. We hope that you find our website interesting and informative. If you cannot find what you are looking for or need any further information about our wonderful school, please do not hesitate to contact us.

St. Peter's provides a caring, learning environment underpinned by Christian faith, belief and values where everybody is given the opportunity to grow and fulfil their true potential, just like the Mustard Seed in the Parable of the Mustard Seed, Matthew 13:32.  “Although it is the smallest of all seeds, yet it grows into the largest of garden plants and becomes a tree, so that the birds of the air come and nest in its branches.”

At St. Peter’s, we are ‘Growing and Learning together’ so we can become strong and dependable, just like the Mustard Seed, Matthew 13:32.  Our Christian Values underpin everything that we do here at St Peter’s.  These are: To show love and care to others, To respect other people's beliefs or cultures, To try your best, To be kind and helpful, To be honest in our relationships, To behave with patience and respect and To celebrate our achievements and hard work.

We support the Church of England Vision for Education by offering a broad curriculum that enables young people to flourish and to live "life in all its fullness" (John 10:10).  Our engaging curriculum recognises the skills and talents of all learners. We have a dedicated set of staff who work together as a team to ensure that each and every child enjoys their time with us. We provide all learners with lifelong experiences including: Forest School sessions, Science Shows, Author visits and sessions with our Artist in Residence - Gillian Parish.

Outside of the classroom, pupils will go on at least two school trips per year to exciting places such as Cadbury World, Blackpool and the Imperial War Museum. We also offer an array of extra-curricular activities including: Dance, Multi -- Sports, Science, Music, Spanish, Choir and Trinity Club. 

We have strong community and charity links. In 2019, we achieved the Christian Aid Global Neighbours Bronze Award. We work closely with St.Peter's Church and a number of global and national charities. We also fundraise and take part in community action throughout the academic year. Please see our charity section and Twitter Feed for more information. 

We will do all we can to ensure that the years that your child spends at our school are as happy and fruitful as possible and that the whole family will benefit from being members of the community of St Peter’s Church of England Primary School.

Mr John Wilson


School News Feed
  • Important
    17 March 2020
    Corona Virus Update
    St.Peter's remains open and we are closely following all NHS guidance. We will continue to use School Ping and Twitter to communicate to parents. Our Staff continue to remain dedicated to the needs of our school community in these challenging times. If required, we have devised Home Learning Packs and all pupils can access the Home Learning section of our website - this provides links to a number of games etc. The children at Robinwood are having a great time and additional safety procedures are in place. We remain in regular contact. We thank you for your support and understanding with this complex matter.
  • Reminder
    13 March 2020
    Easter Raffle
    We hope you are finding our new app useful! A quick reminder that our Ethos Council and Trinity Club will be selling Easter Raffle Tickets from Monday. Tickets are priced at 20p and all funds raised will go to the WWF and our FOSP'S school fundraising efforts. Thank you for your continued support.

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About the School

St. Peter's School is a one form entry co-educational voluntary aided Church of England primary school within the Manchester Diocese. We cater for children aged 3 to 11 years. The school has provision for 210 children. 30 Reception, [The Foundation Stage] 60 Infants [Key Stage 1] and 120 Juniors [Key Stage 2].

See the School Information tab for more detail on our school.




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