St Peter’s is committed to working in partnership with parents to ensure pupils reach their full potential. Children only get one chance at school, and their chance of a successful future may be affected by not attending school regularly.  Poor attendees may not be able to keep up with school work or miss out on parts of the curriculum.  This can affect their rate of progress and overall level of attainment.  It is not only the academic work: missing out on the social side of school life can affect children’s ability to make and keep friendships.  Setting good attendance patterns from an early age will also help children later on at secondary school.  Being on time is also vital.  Arriving late at school can be very disruptive for the late child, the teacher and other children in the class. 

Eco-Schools Silver Award