OFSTED last visited the school in December 2021. Please click on the link at the foot of the page for the full report.
As a summary they wrote:
St Peter’s CofE (Aided) Primary School continues to be a good school. The school’s Christian learning attitudes and aims of ‘love, learn and aim high’ weave through everything at St Peter’s. Pupils enjoy spending time with one another while learning and playing.
As St. Peter’s is a church school we last had a Section 48 inspection, which looks at the quality of the religious education provided by the school and the content of the school’s collective worship, in January 2018. It also reports on the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of pupils at the school. A short summary is shown below.
The distinctiveness and effectiveness of St Peter’s as a Church of England school are outstanding
The Christian ethos of care and inclusion makes pupils feel welcomed and is founded on strong Christian values and relationships.
Senior leaders articulate and promote the Christian vision through all aspects of school life.
Rigorous self-evaluation means that the school knows itself well and plans for continuous improvement for the school as a church school.
The lively worship engages pupils and is relevant to their everyday lives.
The developing curriculum for religious education (RE) based on the enquiry approach leads to high standards and pupil and staff enthusiasm.
For further details of both our SIAMS and OFSTED reports please read the attachments at the foot of this page.
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