Part of the Bishop Wilkinson Catholic Education Trust

As children of God, we are loved, we are called and we are inspired.


Our Staff





I hope this website gives you a flavour of life at St Peter’s and paints a picture of all the wonderful things we do at school.

Within our school, we seek to create a happy, friendly, and supportive environment, where every child can develop spiritually, emotionally, intellectually, and socially. It is the aim of everyone in our school to help the children grow in their journey of faith, with the Gospel values at the centre of everything we do.

By providing a range of exciting opportunities and experiences within our broad and balanced curriculum, children are encouraged to aim for the highest possible standards.

Mrs P McArthur


Our Values

Our vision at St Peter’s is to create a vibrant, caring school community in which every child can achieve their learning potential, develop their unique talents, and become the absolute best they can be in preparation for the next stage in their lives.

Our aim is to provide a safe, welcoming and caring community nurturing the growth of every individual, spiritually, socially, morally and academically in an environment founded on Catholic beliefs. We recognise the God given uniqueness and wonder of everyone and seek to achieve our full potential through the commitment of all.


We send out letters and newsletters on a regular basis to keep parents up to date with school decisions and progress.

At St Peter's, we keep our parents, carers and families informed about upcoming events and celebrations of our children's successes. We regularly publish a newsletter, which is sent out electronically to all of our parents and is made available on this page. We also use Social media to share the very latest events, learning and religious celebrations that take place within our school.

Latest News


In this week’s R.E., we learned about Judaism. We listened to the story of Hannukah, and realised that the way Jews celebrate is very similar to how we do. We looked at kippahs, menorahs, and played with a dreidel.

Cleaning Station

This week, our class story is Michael Recycle, so we’re learning all about rubbish collectors and cleaners to tie in with our ‘People Who Help Us’ topic. Someone in reception suggested that the role play area could be turned into a cleaners and suffice to say, it’s been a big hit! I wonder if reception […]

Counting and Recognising Numerals to 20

This week we’ve counted all the way to 20, and learned how to recognise the corresponding numerals. Our main activity was fishing! We sang ‘Catch a Fish’, where we had to use a net to catch numbered fish in the correct order. There were further activities within the provision, indoors and outdoors, to help us […]