Benedict Biscop Prince Bishop School Teaching Alliance Leading School

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St Peter's Elwick C of E Primary

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Welcome to our school website. It is a great privilege to be Head Teacher of St. Peter’s Elwick Primary School. I have worked here since 2015 and have been part of an exciting journey alongside a dedicated team. We…

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The online parent portal – www.hartlepool.gov.uk/schooladmissions - is the easiest way to apply but paper forms are also available from schools or the School Admissions Team at the Centre for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) in Brierton Lane.

The outcome of primary school applications will be released on April 16th

For more information contact the School Admissions Team on (01429) 523765 or at admissionsteam@hartlepool.gov.uk
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Everyone within the St Peter's Elwick Primary School community would like to wish our CEO Mrs Heaton congratulations on her OBE awarded to her in the Queens New Years Honours list.
Mrs Heaton was awarded this for her wonderful services to education in the North East and is recognition of her hard work and dedication.
A huge well done from us all!!
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Mrs Heaton has said 'Thank you for all your kind wishes' :)

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The schools are honoured that you've received an OBE Fabulous from Revd J

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Well done 👍🏻 Congratulations on a well deserved reward!

Many congratulations and well deserved x

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The Feast of Epiphany is celebrating the Baby Jesus being seen or appearing, to the visitors who had travelled to see him. The word ‘epiphany’ comes from the verb ‘to appear’.

The Wise Men were very clever, and understood the religious writings that had been written many years before. The writings told them that one day there would be a great star and the star would mean that a new king had been born. So, the men decided to pack up their belongings, and follow the star to wherever it led them. The journey would have been very long.

The Feast of Epiphany is celebrated in churches, on the 6th January. We would like to offer a prayer for our children on this important event.

Dear Lord,
thank you that you wanted both rich and poor to see baby Jesus.
Thank you that as we think about Epiphany,
we are reminded that every person is important to you.
Please help us to use all the gifts that you have given to us.
Thank you for all the good things that you give.
Amen.

God Bless.
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The Feast of Epiphany is celebrating the Baby Jesus being seen or appearing, to the visitors who had travelled to see him. The word ‘epiphany’ comes from the verb ‘to appear’. 

The Wise Men were very clever, and understood the religious writings that had been written many years before. The writings told them that one day there would be a great star and the star would mean that a new king had been born. So, the men decided to pack up their belongings, and follow the star to wherever it led them. The journey would have been very long. 

The Feast of Epiphany is celebrated in churches, on the 6th January. We would like to offer a prayer for our children on this important event. 

Dear Lord, 
thank you that you wanted both rich and poor to see baby Jesus. 
Thank you that as we think about Epiphany, 
we are reminded that every person is important to you. 
Please help us to use all the gifts that you have given to us. 
Thank you for all the good things that you give. 
Amen. 

God Bless.
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Our Values and Ethos

Christian teachings play a large part in the daily goings on at St Peter's

Friendship & Trust

Service

Thankfulness

Compassion

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School will be open for vulnerable children and children of critical workers from tomorrow 6th January until further notice

If you have any queries in relation to home learning please contact your child's teacher via Teams as this is monitored regularly.

For any other queries please email the school on info.elwick@nllt.co.uk as due to some staff working from home it may mean that the phone is not monitored constantly.

Due to some of the staff working from home you may receive calls from a withheld number. 

We appreciate your support and understanding.