Through Jesus we love, we learn and we grow together.
St Peter’s RC Primary is a school where the Christian ethos underpins all that we do. “The school has a strong and caring ethos where children are encouraged and enabled to become the best they can be”. S48 (March 2015):
St Peter’s RC was rated as Good in the S48 section (March 2015) and demonstrated aspects of outstanding. We live and work by our Christian values and they underpin all relationships within the school and its community. These encourage community spirit and provide children with the guidance to develop a moral compass based on the teachings of Jesus, within themselves and to act as fine, young citizens. Our school Christian ethos shines through all that we do and it is integral to the culture at St Peters.
The Bishop's Vision
Pupil Chaplains 2021-2022
As part of the Intergenerational Project, we visited residents at our link care home, Underhill in Stoke Plymouth. A group of 7 children aged between 7 and 10 visited the residents and spent a fun afternoon chatting to and getting to know the residents.
Liturgy for Mary 2022
Advent Prayer Space
Our Pupil Chaplains prepared a beautiful prayer space for our Advent reflections. The children enjoyed using the prayer space and the time to reflect at this important time of the liturgical year.
Intergenerational Carpet Curling
Some of our children visited the Salvation Army centre in Whitleigh to compete in a carpet curling competition. The young children from St. Peter's and members of the curling team from Whitleigh Salvation Army centre demonstrated that young and old can have fun together, learn together and respect each other.
Helping in the Community
Our Pupil Chaplains visited the local Salvation Army Centre to help with their Christmas toy appeal. The children sorted toys and gifts into age appropraite categories ready to be gifted to children who are less fortunate at Christmas.
Helping in the community . The Pupil Chaplains delivered and stacked the food donations from St. Peter's families at Provide Devon foodbank.
Environmental Youth Service Plymouth Cathedral
Father Jon helped the children in Attenborough class with their understanding of symbols used in Baptism.