Events 2018-02-08T15:36:37+00:00


On the 11th November at 11am we held a 2 minute silence in memory of all the service men and women who have fought in all the wars throughout the ages.  Any children who belonged to uniformed clubs were invited to wear their uniforms for the day. We laid a wreath at the Pilning Cenotaph with the oldest and youngest child of St Peter’s.

Reception, Class 2, Class 3 and Class 4 enjoyed a Jazz and Swing Workshop


Waiting for the chicks to hatch

Waiting for the chicks to hatch….


Digital Leaders Online Safety Assembly

Digital Leaders Online Safety Assembly

Digital leaders have today presented an assembly to Key Stage 2 on the subject of online safety.  They used the time to remind their friends of the ‘stay safe online’ message and took part in a Q&A at the end, answering some questions from the audience.  Well done Leaders!

Teacher Inset Day

Have you ever wondered what we do on Inset Days?

Mind-set and the way children learn

The cluster Inset day here at St Peters led by Dr Tom Robson was very successful and our children thoroughly enjoyed working with Dr Tom on the following day when he led assembly and spent time in every classroom. As part of our approach to fostering positive behaviour and independence in learning, the work of Dr Tom was very appropriate and as a result we are focusing on “Diamond Power” this term which is all about resilience and learning from mistakes as well as successes!

A strong focus on “Mind-set and the way children learn” and our Inset day on Monday 26th September will involve staff from all the schools in our local cluster who will be working in our school at a conference led by Dr Tom Robson, an international expert on the power of motivation and inspiration on learning capacity and progress and ambition. Following the Inset day Dr Tom will be spending Tuesday (27th) working in our school with staff and pupils.

Summer Reading Chanllenge

Our Brilliant Summer Reading Challenge Children

Well done to everyone who took part.

Year 6 artwork produced over the last year, their legacy to the school.

Eels project being run by the Avon Wildlife Trust with our Year 5/6 classes


We had a great turn-out for our first ‘Books at Bedtime’, over 120 children returned to school in their pyjamas and onesies (including staff!) with their favourite teddies. It was a fun evening with great stories, great behaviour and yummy hot chocolate.

Reception Christmas production


Remembrance day assembly and the youngest and oldest member of the school laying our school wreath in the village.


A very big thank you to everyone who donated tinned and dried food (as well as toothbrushes and warm socks!) to our Harvest Festival collection this year.  The donations have all been delivered to the Bristol Night Shelter for the Homeless (Julian Trust) where they were very gratefully received.
Thanks again! Mrs Stuart


Singing Square Assembly


Whole School Art Mandela – ‘Together we Learn’

Teachers Dress Up for Book Week – Joining in the fun!

This year our local authority is running a scheme to encourage reading called ‘Time 4 Reading’; it’s an opportunity for us to push on our children’s reading in an exciting way. Therefore we launched this in Book Week when children were asked to bring in their favourite book and dress up as a character from this book on Friday 9th October. A Book Fair was also held every day after school with profits being used to buy new library and classroom books.

Here are some of our children who completed the summer reading challenge.

School vote for House Captains

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