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May 2021:Parental Consultation on Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education and Health Education

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Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education at

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We are pleased to share our e-book of information for parents. Please see an outline of the Relationships and Health Education taught at St Peter's, together with an overview of our RSE programme (Journey in Love) and a draft RSE policy to support parental consultation in our school community. We invite all parents to complete our surveymonkey sent via parentmail to be completed by Monday 14th June 9am.

Please click on the images below to view our materials. 

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May 2021:Please click on the image below to see the children's work on our devotion to Our Lady in the month of May.

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May 2021: Please click on the image below to view a sample of the children's work to celebrate the Feast of Pentecost.

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Our New Classroom Doors for Welcom​ing All Pupils Back to school 

Teachers have re-designed their class doors with inspirational messages of support and encouragement to give the children a sense of belonging and togetherness.

Please view our Remote Learning Policy by clicking on the Online Activities - Remote Learning.

 

 

 

 

 

Dear Parents and children,

I trust this finds you and your family well, as the staff and I are continue to think about our community here at St. Peter’s. 

We all acknowledge the very difficult and challenging circumstances we found ourselves in during the peak of the pandemic and during this term we have been creating a warm and compassionate environment that will support all children.

No one can underestimate the impact closing school so suddenly and for so long may have had on our children so we have planned ways in which we can ‘lever’ them back to be the engaging children and learners we know them to be.

We aim to support ALL children and families in building up the children’s well-being and happiness by:

  • Igniting and restoring the  relationships between the children and their peers, the staff of the school and our parents
  • Listening to our parents, carers and children so as to build and support the community in every way we can
  • Being clear and transparent in how we are going to support the children in some of the areas of learning or content they may have missed by reminding them of our Growth Mindset and Learning Behaviour principals
  • Giving everyone space and time to express how they are feeling on the return to school and upon their experiences of being away from school
  • Planning themed curricular to mark and celebrate the children’s work and achievements

We recognise, most fundamentally, that for some individual children and families, they will require specific targeted support to deal with trauma, bereavement or anxiety.  I urge parents to contact me directly should you need to let me know about any personal changes or difficulties you have experienced during the time away from school. As always, these matters are communicated with the strictest confidentiality.

I have great confidence that all staff of our school will work with care and compassion to support the children back to school this term.

In the meantime, please find a copy of the letter sent out at the end of last term about our arrangements for September and about dropping off and collecting procedures, under the newsletter tab.

With every good wish as always. Please do not hesitate to contact me via the school office should you need to.

Mrs Waterfield Headteacher

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