Benedict Biscop Prince Bishop School Teaching Alliance Leading School

To give all children the opportunity to be who God created them to be and have a fullness of life

St Peter's Elwick C of E Primary

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Welcome from our Headteacher

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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Please can parents be aware of the social media used by their children, in particular TikTok as there are increasing amounts of inappropriate content being circulated on these platforms. ... See MoreSee Less

It was absolute pleasure to gift out new year 6 pupils with a 'real tie'. The purpose of this is part of our gradual preparations for secondary school. We hope that, when the time comes, they can skilfully and quickly put on their tie - one less thing to worry about! ... See MoreSee Less

It was absolute pleasure to gift out new year 6 pupils with a real tie. The purpose of this is part of our gradual preparations for secondary school. We hope that, when the time comes, they can skilfully and quickly put on their tie - one less thing to worry about!

PE ⚽️🏀🏈🏏🎾
Please see below for your children’s designated PE slot/s each week. KS1 have two shorter lessons and KS2 is a longer lesson. All children have access to the same amount of PE each week.

Monday - Y1/2 and EYFS
Wednesday - Y3/4 and Y5/6
Thursday - Y3/4, Y5/6, Y1/2 and EYFS

KS2
Parents are welcome to send children into school in their PE kits on the day of their lesson/s. If parents prefer, children can come into school in their uniform and wear their trainers however a PE kit must be brought into school and kept in school for the full half term. We are asking that it is not brought in every week to keep personal belonging being brought into school to a minimum.
We would also like to remind you that we are aiming to be outside for every PE lesson so children would benefit from coming to school in a PE kit suitable for cooler climates on colder days.

Early Years and Y1/2
Children are able to complete their PE session in their uniform, as they are completing two shorter sessions. Hair much still be tied back and no watches.

Further information about our PE uniform can be found on the school website.
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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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