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School Vision

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

Our Art Vision

To develop a well-rounded artist with a depth of subject knowledge, secure skills base and an understanding of the wider artistic world and cultures.

The St Peter’s Art Curriculum

The St Peter’s curriculum follows the National Curriculum for Art and addresses the following key pillars:

Practical Methods: The techniques, media, materials, technical language and formal elements of Art Education.

Theoretical: Art movements, genres, themes, artists and their art, including context and significance.

Disciplinary: Knowledge that enables pupils to hold dialogue and debate about art. We develop visual literacy to support pupils in communicating and evaluating the value of art on a personal and wider level, including historical significance.

Key Documents

Commissions Overview

Art Techniques Overview

Our Art Gallery

Early Years –

Year 1/2

Year 3/4 –

Year 5/6 –

Statement for SEND

St Peter’s Elwick promotes a curriculum that puts all pupils, regardless of their needs, at the heart of what we do. By building mutual respect, we accept others for their differences believing that everyone is special and everyone has something to offer. Our inclusive and enriching curriculum, written for all children, provides pupils with meaningful and aspirational experiences as well as promoting personal growth for life-long learning. When the curriculum needs adapting, to suit the needs of individual children, appropriate modifications are made by the class teacher with support of the SENDCo and the Curriculum Subject Lead.


We are proud to announce that one of our pupils has won the 2022 Spirited Arts competition. There were 30,000 children from all over the country who submitted art work exploring their thoughts on climate justice and a reflection of their own spirituality.

Cultural Capital

Our Resident Artist

Our Resident Artist, Keith Robson, supports pupils to develop their art skills and has really strengthened our subject knowledge here at St Peter’s. He also runs a very popular art club on Mondays after school and many of our children also attend his weekend art group in the town.

Keith Robson is a British comic book artist from Hartlepool, best known for his long-time contributions to Beano and Dandy titles

Useful Links: 

Dabble happens every Saturday at Hartlepool Art Gallery with our local artist in residence, Keith Robson.

Local Art Galleries:

Hartlepool –

Middlesbrough –

Newcastle –

Any clubs, websites, agencies and organisations listed on this webpage outside of St Peter’s Elwick CofE Primary School are independent of the school.

Our Values and Ethos

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

Friendship & Trust




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