We look forward to the Whitleigh Lantern Parade on 30th October and have been making lanterns after school!
We have all taken part in Go Green for CAFOD as part of our Harvest Festival.
Huge thanks to Jamie from Plymouth Argyle for donating food hampers to St. Peter's today. We are very grateful 😀 👍#TeamStPeters (23.10.20)
The children from our Year 4/5 class are visiting Moments Café and Memory Matters Hub in the city centre each week to greet customers, help out, and spend time with the cafe's ‘Knit and Natter’ ladies. They are delighted to participate, and to help make a difference in the community. (Feb / March 2020)
Children in Need 2019 - thank you to all of the children and staff that took part!
Thank you to one of our parents who came in to the Reception Class to talk to the children about their Islamic faith and how they worship. This visit linked in with the schools' Islam Week (Nov 2019).
Remembrance Day 2019 #lestweforget
These children made excellent gingerbread houses for the Christmas FOS competition.
St Peter's RC celebrates Easter in style!
Crown hill Library visits St Peter's for the presentation of awards
A visit to the Royal Navy and Royal Marine Bickleigh Stables kindly arranged by Mrs. Jenny Sullivan. Monday 21st September 2015.
Scholastic Book Fair 2015
Science Day 2015 Spaghetti Tower Challenge!
Brixham 2014 - More to follow (Bring in a CD/USB if you'd like any of the pictures)
CAFOD: Run for Women 2014
Mixed Hockey 2014
Tag Rugby 2014
Schools Challenge 2014
Martial Arts with Mr. Marsh!
Mr. Marsh explains all with his assistant.
Martial Arts Club 2014
Mr. Marsh begins his club with the children from St. Peter's RC Primary School.
St. Peter's RC Primary School Martial Arts Club
EYFS Parent/Child Workshop, Tuesday 26th November
Ryan Evans talks 'Be Safe; Be Seen' with children and parents
Bishop Christopher visits St Peter's
The day Cassie Patten, an Olympic Bronze medal winner and two times silver medal winner in the world swimming championships visited St Peter's!
A visit from Crownhill Fire Station Crew
Chris Elder and Eoghan Grace, two Plymouth Albion players spoke to the whole school about what it's like to be a professional rugby player.
Who Killed Mr. Norris?
During Science Week 2012/13, Year 6 enrolled as Crime Scene Investigators and were tasked with finding the culprit responsible for Mr. Norris' death! After many requests, the video is now available for unlimited viewing pleasure. Enjoy!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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