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St Peter's Catholic Primary School

‘A love for God, ourselves and others’


Catholic Life

Our Mission Statement is for all our children, staff and families to share in

"A love for God, ourselves and others."

We strive to achieve this by living out our three core values of

Faith, Love and Respect 

which were chosen by all stakeholders   

Our children, through their actions, grow in the image of God

Lent 2021


The season of Lent begins with Ash Wednesday on 17th February.  Please click on the links below for some great resources to lead you in reflecting on the three aspects of Christian living that the Gospel of Ash Wednesday asks us to focus on this year; prayer, fasting and alms giving.




Mission Together Lenten Calendar (Click on the image)



CAFOD Lenten Resources


Click on the link below to donate to the CAFOD Walk for Water Campaign




A Beautiful Prayer

Daily Prayers


Collective Worship is a part of every day life when we are in school.  Below is a link to the Daily Prayers section of the Ten:Ten website.  

Please take time to engage with the short prayer session each day, a little time to stop and reflect may be just what your family needs to start the day.








Collective Worship


During these unprecedented times, we are working hard to ensure that we can continue to share, with our children and families, the spiritual connection that we develop during their time at St Peter's.  


Click on the Ten: Ten icon below to access the Ten Ten assembly each Monday.






Friday's Assembly

CAFOD National Assembly


Here is the assembly for Wednesday 3rd February.


The Wednesday Word


At St Peter's we subscribe to the Wednesday Word and use it as a basis for Collective Worship each Wednesday.   Please click on the link below to see this week's edition which you can read through with your children.




School Values Certificates


Please click on the logos below to see all the Certificates awarded to our pupils for demonstrating our school values.


Our New Class Names

The Parish of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

The altar at our Parish church.

We are delighted to have a blossoming relationship with our parish priest, Father Graziano de Palma.  Fr Graziano moved to The Church of the Sacred Heart  in the summer of 2019 and we are working with him to build upon the strong links that we have to our parish church.  Click on the image to visit the parish website.

Supporting Local and Global Charities


Feed the hungry and help those in trouble. Then your light will shine out from the darkness, and the darkness around you will be as bright as noon.

Isaiah 58:10 

At St Peter's, we support both local and global charities throughout the year. Take a look at some of the fundraising we have done in the past.

Our RE Team - St Peter's Rocks!


We are all responsible for the Catholic mission of our school. Pope Francis says, "Dear young people, do not be afraid of Christ and his Church! For there we find the treasure that fills life with joy."  We are proud to have a developing RE team; this is made up of Miss Vedamuttu, the RE Lead for the school, Mrs Jennings and Mrs Baker and two dedicated pupils. Even from home, Isabelle and Ruby have been helping us to create Collective Worship for children in school and families at home.   They each wrote and recorded prayers to St Peter in celebration of our Feast Day. Please contact us if you would like to be part of our RE Team! 

Isabelle's prayer for St Peter

Ruby's Prayer for St Peter

The Archdiocese of Southwark


St Peter's Catholic Primary School is proud to be in the Archdiocese of Southwark.  The catherdral at the heart of the archdiocese is St George's Cathedral and the Archbishop is the Most Reverend John Wilson (appointed June 2019). 


Click below to visit archdiocese website.


Video Message from

Archbishop John from the Education Commission for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Southwark

St Peter's Catholic Primary School Wider Opening Risk Assessment
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