At St. Peter's, we aspire for all members of our community to 'Learn and Live - Life in all its Fullness'. Underpinned by this vision, we are on an exciting school development journey. Please scroll down for some of our recent feedback and for a link to our Ofsted dashboard.
'Pupil interviews indicate that the children enjoy coming to school. All of the children were able to talk about memorable lessons and experiences and to find examples of work of which they were proud, drawn from a range of core and foundation subjects, with many sharing their learning journey outcomes as a source of pride' (Hampshire Monitoring Visit, September 2020).
'Since the appointment of the interim headteacher, there have been considerable improvements in a number of areas for example in children's behaviour, in the relationships and ethos of the school and in the learning environment' (Hampshire Monitoring Visit, September 2020).
'It was so inspiring to see and hear how your school has grown. Your impact on the school environment has been significant and the quality of the displays is very noticeable' (Assistant Director for Education, Diocese of Guildford, December 2020).
'Leaders have worked quickly and efficiently throughout the pandemic to ensure that pupils could be educated remotely. In line with their school ethos of ‘life in all its fullness’, they have strived to ensure that the full curriculum has been provided for pupils throughout the lockdowns' (Ofsted Monitoring Inspection, March 2021).
'Leaders have been thoughtful and reflective about how they can adapt the curriculum effectively for remote education. Teachers have creatively adapted activities and use a wide variety of digital resources very well. They have carefully planned interesting activities, for example, virtual tours of places of interest and interviews with visitors. As a result, pupils are highly engaged in their remote learning and parents appreciate the hard work of staff' (Ofsted Monitoring Inspection, March 2021).
Please scroll down further to see our commitment to school development and our vision of
'Learning and Living - Life in all its Fullness'.
This year, we have joined the Whole Education network - a dynamic network of over 500 schools and partners, committed to learning from and with each other to deliver a fully rounded, 'whole education'. We are participating in a broad range of exciting projects this year, enabling us to collaborate with other schools, be inspired by innovative practice and share our own school development journey.
We are excited to be involved in the following Whole Education projects: