At St Peters, we strive to make the school part of the local Community life. We achieve this through open days, outside clubs, taking part in the local carnival, family member being involved in the daily life of the school and communication through the local Inview magazine and press.
We strive to be an integrated part of the immediate community by encouraging community involvement with all aspects of school life. However our children will live and work in a country, which has different cultures, ethnicities, religions, beliefs and social backgrounds. Together, with you, we feel that we have a responsibility to give our children opportunities to learn about those from different backgrounds. We will encourage discussion about our similarities and differences to show how different communities can be united by shared values and common experiences to promote community cohesion.