Year 5 and 6 London trip|
On Thursday 22nd of September, a group of excited year 5 and 6 pupils and four members of staff travelled to London as we had been invited to sing in St. Paul’s Cathedral.
After a long 7-hour coach trip we all finally arrived at the hostel where we were staying. We unpacked our bags and sat down to a tasty meal. Following on from this we were then treated to an exclusive open top bus tour of London. On our trip we saw various famous landmarks including Buckingham Palace, Big Ben and The London Eye. Then after a very long day it was time for bed!
The next day, we had our breakfast and were then treated to a tour around St Paul's Cathedral. This was then followed by a quick rehearsal with our group leader Tom, who works at St Paul's Cathedral. He showed the children how to clear their throats and get their voices ready to sing.
Finally, after a few practices it was time for the children to perform. Over 100 visitors attended the performance and the children were amazing. Mrs Craggs, Mrs Coyne, Mr Vanboyd and myself were so proud of them all and even became a little emotional ourselves.
Unfortunately, it was then time to go home and we were then faced with another 7-hour coach journey back to school but it was completely worth it. We'd had a fabulous time!
Key Stage 2 Data 2016
The percentage of pupils achieving the expected level
The percentage of pupils achieving a high score
Average Scale Score per pupil
Progress Measures: KS1 to KS2
In July 2016 we achieved a new PE and Sport Award.|
The School Games Mark is a Government led awards scheme launched in 2012 to reward schools for their commitment to the development of competition across their school and into the community. In order to achieve our silver award we ensured that we:
Provide all students with two hours of physical education and school sport per week (made up of curricular and extracurricular activity);
Engage at least 35% of students (10% for special schools) in extracurricular sporting activity every week;
Use the School Games formats to provide the opportunity for both boys and girls to take part in the appropriate level of competition.
Promote the School Games to parents and the local community at least once every half term, this can include through social media;
Regularly feature match reports and competition results on the school website and in the local press;
Engage at least 10% of students in leading, managing and offi ciating School Games activity;
Engage students in the planning and development of School Games activity;
Utilise sports coaches to support school sport;
Have active links with at least three local sports clubs
We are extremely proud that in our recent SIAMS inspection we were judged as outstanding in all four areas. The report reflects the hard work and dedication of all those involved with St Peters C of E School. Please click on the link above to read our report and click here to see the article in the Burnley Express: http://www.burnleyexpress.net/news/education/primary-school-pride-at-outstanding-report-1-7162673
Ofsted January 2013 verifies that St Peter's C of E Primary School is a good school.