As a Catholic School, Christ is at the centre of all that we do at St. Peter’s. We believe that each of us was created in God’s own image with our own unique skills and talents. We listen to and learn from the teachings of Jesus and use these as a model for how we work together as a community.
We make time in each day to come together in collective worship to give thanks to God for all that is good in our school. We teach children about prayer and give them opportunities for prayer several times throughout the school day. Seasons in our school year are marked by special Masses and liturgies and we are well supported by all of our Parish Priests.
St Peter’s follows the Diocesan scheme for Religious Education called Here I Am.
This scheme explores questions about life, dignity and purpose within the Catholic tradition. Units in the scheme focus on themes such as communities, celebrations, Sacraments and Christian living over the course of the year. Children also learn about Judaism and another World Faith each year.
Click here to download the Parents' Information Sheet to find out more about this term’s topics.
The Wednesday Word
Every Wednesday from January 2012 we will be sending home to each family a copy of The Wednesday Word. Please click here to read about this new resource for developing our understanding of our faith within the family home.
Following the Pope's historic visit to the UK earlier this year, Year 4 created some videos that can be watched by clicking on the links below.