St Peter's Roman Catholic Primary School
St Peter's Roman Catholic Primary School is a welcoming and happy school. Everyone matters regardless of their background or beliefs.
Through careful planning and a positive nurturing ethos, the well-being of all children is good and all pupils learn in a safe and stimulating environment. We pride ourselves on ensuring our curriculum and all other aspects are delivered to a high standard. Consequently, standards are good and still improving. The children flourish in a range of ways at St Peter's and blossom as all rounded individuals.
We hope that your children will enjoy their time in school, and will use the opportunities given to them to develop their abilities to the full. You will soon be aware of the warm, friendly and caring atmosphere coupled with the good discipline long associated with the school. This is best achieved through partnership and co-operation between staff, parents and parish clergy. Achievement and successes will be a measure of the co-operation and interest engendered between us. In true partnership we can achieve what we all aim for - a happy, successful and well motivated child.
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- Ofsted rating: Good See the report for the school
A child may, at times, have an educational or other particular need that requires additional support. Children with additional needs are positively nurtured and supported to enable them to grow in confidence in their learning and school experience.
Provision for children with special needs is a matter for the school as a whole. Each class teacher provides a differentiated curriculum for all the children within their class.
We will inform parents when we first identify that a child has a particular need. Parents are encouraged to express any concerns that they may have regarding their child's progress and well being.
When a class teacher identifies a child as having a particular need and making little progress over a period of time, the child, in consultation between the Class Teacher, Parent and SENCO may be placed on the school Inclusion List as Special Educational Need Support (SEND). The child then has an IEP [Individual Education Plan]which devises specific targets to address their need. This plan is closely monitored and reviewed and updated throughout the year.
If a child continues to make little progress further expertise is sought, in consultation with the parent and class teacher, from other educational specialists.
In a very small number of enduring cases that cannot be met within the schools provision then an Education Health and Care Plan (EHC Plan) is considered and a proposal is submitted in consultation with the Parent, school and other Educational Agencies.
Many children may experience a particular need in their school life and we at St Peters always endeavour to support children and their families.
- Primary school - 5 to 11 years
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