St. Peter's C.E. Primary School

St. Peter's Church of England Primary School

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Our Shared Vision and Ambition

The logo of St. Peter's encompasses not only our school vision, but our mission statement and ambition for all. As a Christian school, we look to Jesus as an example of how to lead our lives day-by-day. Jesus chose several fishermen to be his disciples, one of whom was Peter, and this followership is captured by;  

“Hand in Hand we Journey together, guided by God.”

The fish symbol is often seen in Christianity and was created using the Greek letters which spell out ICHTHUS : Jesus Christ God's Son. The cross keys of St. Peter are often referred to as the 'Keys of Heaven' however they can also be linked to our 'Golden Key to Good Learning Behaviour' and our continual drive to improve teaching and learning providing opportunities to ‘Unlock the Potential inside each and every unique individual’. Our curriculum is built around this ambition and strives to provide opportunities for us all to achieve our shared vision. We have developed a rich and varied Menu of Opportunity’ that is…  

Connected 
A theme based curriculum enables learners to explore connections in our ever changing world.

Purposeful 
Children gain confidence in transferable skills that prepare them for their futures.

Personalised
Opportunities are planned for learners to explore and share their individual talents and experiences.

Inspirational 
The arts, technology, visits, and visitors are just some of the ‘hands-on’ opportunities learners have to explore beyond the classroom walls.