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Pupil Leadership

Pupil leadership

We value all of the children in our school as every one of us is unique and can be a leader, this is why we have our apple tree in the entrance hall with photos of every child in our school. We believe it is important for the pupils at St. Peter’s to know they are part of a family and that they are supported to be who God created them to be.

 

‘Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it’ 
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Pupil voice is at the heart of everything we do and pupils are regarded, and see themselves, as leaders. Through courageous advocacy, public speaking and People Who Inspire Us, we encourage leadership but also endeavour to give them skills with which to do it successfully. 

Who we areWhat we do
Junior LeadershipOur Junior Leadership Team work alongside our Senior Leadership Team to evaluate school actions and identify ways in which the school can improve. They are always keen to share their work with visitors to the school. Junior Leadership members are appointed through an interview process designed by existing Junior Leaders.
BIG FISH GroupThe BIG FISH (Belief In God, Faith In Serving Him) group lead the spiritual development of themselves and their peers through leading worship, creating opportunities for reflection and supporting others in our school. They propel us in an attitude of prayer and reflection, understanding the importance of Christianity as a relationship rather than a religion. Any member of the school community is welcome to join in the group at any time.
School CouncilSchool Council represent the views of our student body within school and within our wider community. They work with other schools in the town to bring about positive change.
Junior Road Safety OfficersOur Junior Road Safety Officers help to make our community a safe place to be. They provide education, advise and solutions to improve road safety as well as working with the STAR NE charity to lead worship at Durham Cathedral for the families of victims of road traffic accidents.
Junior LibrariansOur Junior Librarians help to support a love of reading in our school. They are on hand with great recommendations and make sure that are wide book selections is up to date and accessible for all.
STEM AmbassadorsOur STEM Ambassadors promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths within school and with the wider community. They have led pupil workshops and been involved in some exciting national initiatives.
Lab TechniciansOur lab technicians promote science learning through hands-on experiences. They ensure class environments have opportunities for scientific discovery and work with the STEM Ambassadors to promote a real love of science in our school.
Young Leaders GroupYoung people have the power to change the world. We’re passionate about empowering our children which is why we are training our Young Leaders in Key Stage Two, to help transform society and to inspire others to do the same. This award is run by The Archbishop of York Youth trust.
SSCOThe SSCO crew are trained in leading games and activities to encourage active and social play at break times.
Digital LeadersDigital leaders work along side the computing lead in school to manage devices and support teaching and learning. They work with both teachers and pupils to ensure everyone is safe online and can support others to ensure everyone knows how to stay safe when using all devices.  
Anne Frank AmbassadorsThe Anne Frank Ambassadors are trained members of our school community who work to raise awareness of and challenge prejudice and discrimination in our town and beyond. They have worked with charities supporting refugees and with the local mayor to tackle discrimination in our town.

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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