St Peters C of E VA Primary School

“Let all we do be done with love”


School Vision

Our School Vision: Let all we do, be done with love 

(inspired by Corinthians 16:14.v)


Our mission or intention is to motivate, challenge and engage all children to embrace every opportunity in order to develop and extend their knowledge, understanding and skills through our stimulating, Christian values-based curriculum. Through their love of learning, they know more and remember more, helping them to flourish and achieve ambitious outcomes. By harnessing and embedding the school’s vision of love, so that when children reach the next stage in their education, they are confident, ready to learn more and are compassionate individuals determined to make a positive contribution to their community and society.


Our vision and values are at the core of everything we do.

Christian Distinctiveness


At St. Peter’s we are guided in all that we do by the fruits of the spirit; love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control.


On this page, we would like to share with you how we go about this in our nurturing school family.

The strong Christian leadership of the headteacher and deputy is ensuring that this is a caring and inclusive community firmly rooted in its Christian values. The shared ethos creates a nurturing environment which results in confident and happy pupils who enjoy coming to school and feel highly valued as individuals. Explicit Christian values, based on the ‘fruits of the spirit’ are embedded and have a very strong impact on the attitudes and behaviour of pupils which are exemplary. SIAMS 2013


Pupils' behaviour is exemplary. They are kind, supportive and respectful of the learning and social needs of others. As a consequence, the school has a calm, harmonious atmosphere conducive to effective teaching and learning. Pupils are eager to learn, demonstrating an infectious curiosity for the subjects they study. You have ensured that pupils study a broad, enriched curriculum, including opportunities to learn about a variety of cultures and faiths. For example, all pupils are involved in supporting the education of a pupil in Uganda. As a consequence, many pupils have a strong understanding of the experiences of their peers in other parts of the world. Pupils are reflective, empathetic and tolerant of each other. Ofsted 2017