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Dear Parents/carers,

Just a brief message to say how honoured we are as a governing body to be able to support your children in their futures.

Our school vision is based on theological roots ‘to give all children the opportunity to be who God created them to be and have fullness of life’.  We believe we are here to serve the community and welcome children of faith, other faiths and non-faith.      

St. Peter’s provides an outstanding educational experience for your child. As a teacher myself, I will never forget how influential the early years of school experience can be in providing a solid grounding for young people’s futures which go with them in everything they do in their lives.

It is our mission to ensure that not only do your children excel academically but enjoy the experience and having seen the enthusiasm and happy faces of the children at concerts and school fayres, sports events etc.  it is evident that this is happening and we will ensure that continues.

The future is bright and we want you as parents to enjoy the journey as much as your children do so help and support us in our drive to continually improve the educational experience your children receive at our school

Rest assured every decision made within school is done for the benefit of the children in our care.

Thank you,

Colin Reid

Chair of Governors and Governor Link for Safeguarding and SEND 

Please click below for further information regarding our Governors:

Local Governing Body and Raising Achievement Committee

Local Governing Body Contact

Local Governing Body Attendance at Meetings

Register of Governor Interests

Information about the structure and remit of the members, board of trustees, committees and local governing bodies of the Northern Lights Learning Trust can be found at

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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