St Peter's RC Primary School

Events and Activities

*** Forthcoming Events for this School Year (2022/2023)***

23rd June - Junior Citizens Workshop

7th July - Infants Sports Day

10th July - 4pm Year 6 Aladdin Production

12th, 13th &14th  July - Arty Party Workshop for Years 1, 2, 4 and 5

13th July - Year 6 Pizza Party

14th July - Junior Sports Day

19th July - Year 6 Leavers Collective Worship and Mass


Events To Date (2022/2023):

School Discos (24th and 25th May)

All our classes thoroughly enjoyed the 'Coronation' discos and helped to raise funds towards buying a school Defibrillator.

First Holy Communion (at St.Peter's Church) (20th May)

Fr Roy and Fr Joseph celebrated Mass at St.Peter’s School, for our First Communicants.  This was a very special occasion for us all.  We thank Fr Joseph and Miss Reynolds for helping to prepare our children for both the Sacrament of Reconciliation and First Holy Communion.

Year 5 to 'Buddy' Performance at Orchard Theatre (17th May)

Year 5, as a cross curricular project, studied the life of Buddy Holly, incorporating art, writing, music, drama and history.  The highlight of the project was a visit to the Orchard Theatre to see the 'Buddy' performance.  It was a fantastic event, thoroughly enjoyed by all children and adults.  We were also very proud of our children's excellent behaviour, which other members of the audience remarked on, making this a very memorable afternoon for everyone. 

FS2 to Woodlands Farm (3rd May)

As part of their 'Minibeasts' studies, FS2 visited Woodlands Farm.  The visit was very enjoyable and informative for everyone, enabling us to make good use of a fantastic local resource.

Year 4 to Library for a 'Kindness' Workshop (27th April)

Year 4 visited Woolwich Library for a Kindness Workshop, which included looking at aspects of life through art and poetry.

Road Safety Workshops for Years 1-6 (25th April)

A representative from Greenwich Council Road Safety Department visited St.Peter's School to give a talk to our Years 1 - 6.  Children were given valuable information, and taught important lessons with regards to all matters concerning road safety and personal safety when using the roads, through discussion and group activities.

Years 3 and 4 to the Tramshed (23rd March)

As part of their current studies, Years 3 and 4 visited the Tramshed for a play focussing on Boudica.

Science Week - (20th - 24th March)

During Science Week children focussed on Connections. Children explored the importance and joy in connections between individual scientists, research groups and institutions. They explored the different ways connections appear across all areas of science that link with their topic of study. Children participated in a ‘Silly Science Workshop’, as well as lunch time science demonstrations. We also presented a showcase by all classes, for all classes.

'World Book Day' Week (6th - 10th March)

All classes enjoyed dressing up in their cultural clothes, or as their favourite book character as part of our Book Week celebrations, which, this year, was connected to the Blue Moon book shop, which addresses inequity in books.  During the week  two authors visited the school, and children also participated in creative writing projects and art projects, all based on books. 

Year 1 to Greenwich Park (22nd February)

Year 1 visited Greenwich Park to learn about plants and trees, as part of a workshop organised by Royal Parks.  Despite the weather, the children thoroughly enjoyed the day.

Parent Day Meetings (20th February)

Thank you all for attending your child’s Parents’ Meeting.  We had a very high number of parents attending, showing a community focussed on learning.  Should you need to see a member of staff, either contact the member of staff before or after school, or let the office know and arrangements can be made.  As you know we are always willing to see you – the more questions you ask about your child, the more we can help.

'Parenting in a Digital World' workshop for all parents (8th February)

Our 'Digital' workshop for parents was well attended and gave an opportunity for discussion on this very current topic.  The presentation can be viewed on this website under the Parents 'Internet Safety' tab.

CAFOD Workshop for all classes (6th February)

CAFOD visited all classes to share and discuss the valuable work CAFOD carry out.

Year 5 to Royal Observatory/Planetarium (27th January)

Year 5 visited the Royal Observatory and Planetarium as part of their Science studies, covering all aspects of the Solar System.  Everyone agreed it was a fantastic day, both very informative and fun for all.

Road Safety Workshop for FS2 (26th January)

FS2 were visited by the School Crossing Patrol Co-ordinator for Royal Greenwich, who led a workshop covering all aspects of Road Safety.

Year 3 to Horniman Museum (16th January)

Year 3 visited the Horniman Museum to look at the many Egyptian objects and artefacts on display, as part of their Egyptian studies.

Year 2 to Horniman Museum (12th January)

As part of their Around Africa studies, Year 2 visited the Horniman Museum.  The children very much enjoyed their visit, looking and discussing all the different displays on show.

Christmas Lunch and Christmas Jumper Day (14th December) 

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

KS2 Christmas Concert Production (12th December)

The Juniors performed a Christmas Concert, singing a wide range of Christmas carols and demonstrating their musical talents for all the audience to enjoy.  It was wonderful to see so many parents in attendance.

KS1 Nativity Production (7th December) 

The Infants performed their Christmas play (Born in a Stable).  It was a beautiful performance, that was very well attended by all parents.

Advent Service at St.George's Cathedral (1st December)

A number of our Junior children attended the Advent Service in the beautiful surroundings of St.George’s Cathedral.

Year 2 to St.John's Church (30th November)

Year 2 went to St. John’s church in Blackheath, to take part in an interactive production of the ‘Christmas Journey’.

Year 4 to Museum of London (22nd November)

Year 4 visited the Museum of London, focussing on Roman London, as part of their History studies.  The children very much enjoyed seeing all the different artefacts, helping to bring the subject alive.

Year 2 to Maritime Museum (21st November)

Exploration Through Time was the theme for Year 2 when they visited the Maritime Museum.  They studied and discussed Explorers from the past to the present day.

Year 6 to Thames Barrier (14th November)

As part of their environmental and river studies, Year 6 visited the Thames Barrier.  The visit to this local iconic landmark was extremely interesting and informative.

Year 3 to Tower of London (11th November)

Year 3 visited the Tower of London as part of their History studies, concentrating on the Tudors, and in particular Henry VIII.

Whole School Mass at St.Peter's School (18th October)

As a school community we celebrated a lovely beginning of the year Mass in school with Father Roy.

Mindfulness Workshops - All Classes (11th October)

The whole school took part in Mindfulness Workshops over a full day.  Through games and exercise, children learnt strategies to improve mental health, enhance focus for learning and develop social skills.

Greenwich Park - FS2 and Year 1 to Greenwich Park (7th October)

FS2 and Year 1 visited Greenwich Park as part of their environmental studies.  The children had a wonderful day, and noted all the seasonal changes, looking at Autumn leaves, the birds and various plant life.

Yoga Workshop – All classes (4th October)

Primary Workshops for Schools visited all our classes to deliver Yoga Workshops.

Visit to St.George's Cathedral - Beginning of Year Mass (30th September)

A number of our children and staff attended St.George's Cathedral for the Beginning of the New School Mass.  Archbishop The Most Reverend John Wilson celebrated Mass with our school, and many other schools from the Diocese.  This was a very special time for us all, particularly in the beautiful surroundings of St.George's Cathedral.

Meet the Teacher Week (19th September) 

It was wonderful to see so many parents in attendance for the Meet the Teacher meetings.  Parents commented on how very useful it was to receive clear and concise information with regards to, for example, their child's homework, class expectations, ways in which parents can help their child with studies, the curriculum classes would be following etc....

Cricket Coaching for 4 weeks for Year 4 (21st September)

Year 4 were visited by a cricket coach, to teach them the skills involved in playing cricket, as well as team work.  


On-Going Activities (2022/2023):

All Junior classes attend Mass at St.Peter's School

Woolwich Library visits for all classes