St Peter's R.C. Primary School

Events and Activities

*** Forthcoming Events for this School Year (2020/2021)***

19th October – Parents’ Evening Week

19th November – Whole School Flu Vaccination

26th November – Class Photos

Events To Date:

First Holy Communion (3rd October)

Fr Michael and Fr Matthew celebrated Mass with our First Communicants at school, making the children’s First Holy Communion such a special occasion.

Years 5/6 Girls and Boys Football Matches vs St.Patrick’s School (6th March)

Our Girls and Boys Football teams played against St.Patrick’s School, putting their football skills into action and playing extremely well.  Both teams won their matches and returned with the cup! Well done to all team members!

Year 3 and Year 4 visit to the Tramshed (3rd March)

Years 3 and 4 visited the Tramshed to see their play about how the future might look, come to life in a show performed by Rose Bruford students.

Year 3 and Year 5 to Prince Philip Maritime Collection Centre (25th February and 3rd March)

Following on from the Prince Philip Maritime Collection Centre visit to the school, Years 3 and 5 visited the Centre to discover the true story behind the exhibits previously studied and discussed.

Climate Change Week (24th February)

The whole school took part in a climate change week, where the children looked at world issues and thought about how they can contribute to becoming better global citizens and looking after our beautiful planet.

New Year Discos (5th and 7th February)

All the children enjoyed the annual New Year discos, with lots of dancing and singing.  The discos raised valuable funds for the school to buy essential resources, eg books, for all children to enjoy.

Prince Philip Maritime Collection visit to Year 3 and Year 5 (27th January and 3rd February)

Years 3 and 5 were visited by the Prince Philip Maritime Collection staff who brought exhibits for the classes to study, discuss and to write stories.

Critical Thinking Workshops for Years 5 and 6 (30th January)

Critical Thinking Workshops, run by Equaliteach, were arranged for Years 5 and 6.  Children were encouraged to think about how they form opinions and compute/analyse information received.

Year 5 to V&A Museum (23rd January)

Year 5 visited the V&A Museum to study moving and mechanical toys from across the decades, as part of their scientific studies.

Whole School Mass (21st January)

Father Matthew celebrated Whole School Mass at school, to mark the start of the new year.  This was a very special time for our whole school community.

Year 1 and Year 3 to Prince Philip Maritime Collection Centre (21st January and 25th February)

As part of their Science studies, Year 1 and Year 3 visited the Prince Philip Maritime Collection Centre, participating in practical activities to enhance learning.

Junior Christmas Production (16th December)

Our junior children all took part in the Christmas Production, with prayers, carols and music.  This was a wonderful production, enjoyed by all, with tremendous support from parents in attendance, which is always so fantastic to see.

Christmas Jumper Day (12th December)

All the children and staff wore their Christmas jumpers to school to raise funds for the Save the Children charity.  It was lovely to see so many children taking part in this fun event, whilst at the same time raising vital funds for this charity.  It was also our Christmas lunch day, and all the children enjoyed wearing their jumpers and hats whilst having their Christmas lunch together.

Infant Christmas Production (11th December)

All our Infant children took part in the Christmas production of ‘Mary’s Knitting’.  The children’s performance was excellent, with all children knowing and playing their roles very well.  We were delighted to see so many parents enjoying the Christmas production.

Year 3 to Docklands Museum (27th November)

As part of Year 3’s History studies (Trading), they visited the Docklands Museum bringing their studies to life, through seeing photos, attending a workshop and interactive activities, which focused primarily on life on the London Docks during Victorian times.