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St Peter and St Paul Catholic Primary School

Following in the footsteps of St Peter and St Paul, we love, learn and grow together.

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Mission Statement

Following in the footsteps of St Peter and St Paul, we love, learn and grow together

In everything we do, we are:
• Kind
• Respectful
• Inclusive
• Positive
• Hardworking 

We promote and proclaim the teachings of Jesus Christ;
We share our skills and talents and celebrate those of others;
We encourage good manners, individuality and creativity;
We respond well to change;
We challenge ourselves to be the best we can be and actively search for inspiration locally, nationally and around the world;
We purposefully create a place to learn that is happy and promotes well-being for all.


Consultation with staff, pupils, parents, parish and governors, 2018


  • As Christ is our inspiration we spread the Good News, like St Peter and St Paul, and follow their example in our daily lives. (Christ centred).
  • We aim to develop the whole child as unique, made in God’s image, through providing high quality education enabling everyone to reach their full potential. (Education)
  • We aim to be servants in our wider community showing love, forgiveness and respect through our words and actions (Community)

Love    Christ Centred

  • We provide high quality RE through effective teaching of Come and See, Collective Worship, daily prayer, and sacramental and liturgical celebrations.
  • We encourage all pupils to reflect on their faith and their relationship with God whilst respecting others of different faiths.
  • In our behaviour and relationships in school, be an outstanding role model to our pupils treating each other with respect, care and a willingness to forgive.

Learn  Education

  • We ensure our teaching inspires every pupil through thoughtful and exciting activities so that they become independent learners.
  • We recognise pupils’ achievements and successes to foster an ethos of love, respect and celebration.
  • We work with the families of our pupils to create positive relationships which are focused on maximising the progress and attainment of all learners.

Grow   Community

  • We build a closer relationship with our parish in celebrating special occasions of the liturgical year as well and regular celebration of the Eucharist.
  • We create numerous opportunities for the parish community to visit school in order to create an idea of ‘service’ in our pupils.
  • We participate in a wide variety of charitable activities and celebrations to build a feeling of empathy within our pupils for the wider global community and its needs.
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