Be Share Aware

Just like in real life, kids need your help to stay safe online. Our tips and advice will help you keep your child safe on social networks, apps and games. New apps appear everyday, so rather than trying to cover every social network out there, NSPCC NetAware focusses on the ones kids use the most.  On the site, you can search for a particular app, or find out about the ones your child is »»»
Safer Internet

Speak Out, Stay Safe!

The children of St. Peter's had a recent visit from representatives of the NSPCC, who delivered Key Stage assemblies and follow up workshops on their Speak Out, Stay Safe programme. The NSPCC volunteers interacted with the children, exploring this sensitive subject in a child-friendly, engaging style. The presentations to Key Stages 1 and 2 were interactive and highly motivating, whilst »»»
Safeguarding, Visits

Healthy Snack Ideas

At St. Peter’s, we promote a healthy snack, in keeping with the Department of Education Guidelines. Why is a healthy break important at St. Peter’s? -  Childhood is an important time to establish good eating and drinking habits for future health. -  Lessons provided at school about healthy eating give pupils the knowledge and opportunity to make healthier choices. -  It has »»»

Books for Sale!

Following on from this year’s World Book Day 2017, St. Peter’s Primary School along with our School Council would like to make you aware of our ‘Books for Sale’ initiative. At. St. Peter’s, we encourage you to read more with your child. And not just the younger children – but the older ones, too. Why? Because brilliant things happen when families read together. We currently have »»»
Fundraising, School Council

Energy Efficiency Education

On Tuesday 21st February, the Primary Six and Seven classes were invited to take part in Bryson Energy’s Energy Efficiency Education Programme, delivered by Elaine Brownlee. To begin, the group discussed their ideas for a definition of  ‘energy’.  Elaine explained how humans need energy, vehicles need energy, and lots of everyday items in our homes and school need energy, too.  The »»»
Eco-Committee, News

School Council Fundraising

Our School Council brought great news to this morning's assembly, having raised a total of £415 after selling St. Brigid's Crosses last week. * £200 has been donated to The Good Shepherd Church for flowers. * £215 will be held for school funds. The Council are hoping that this money will contribute towards some Literacy resources for the school.  Didn't they do well?  Our »»»
School Council

Scouts Spot Tiarnan’s Talent

Everyone in St. Peter’s is delighted to hear of Tiarnan Brown’s (P6) recent news. [video width="1920" height="1080" mp4="" autoplay="true"][/video] Tiarnan has made it onto the Northern Ireland Development Squad!   The trial process began back in May when Tiarnan travelled to Craigavon with his »»»

Believe It, Achieve It – New Council Members Elected

With current news headlines dominated by the US Presidential Election, we at St. Peter’s have been running our own election campaign for the 2016/2017 School Council.  Mrs. Ward announced that the new School Council would be elected on Wednesday 19th of October, and then… Election fever struck! Both candidates and the electorate were buzzing with excitement.  Potential candidates created »»»

Recent Comments

  • The Fun Day set the scene for my ‘farewell’, it couldn’t have gone better, I even won a medal! Thank you everyone.
    Community Fun Day 2018
    June 19, 2018 11:24 pm
  • Well done P3 and P4. The 16 chicks will make a difference!! We are very proud of you!!!!!
    P3 and P4 Working for a Just World
    April 3, 2018 1:49 pm
  • Congratulations P3 and P4 , a great idea and a brilliant achievement.
    P3 and P4 Working for a Just World
    March 28, 2018 7:45 am
  • Remember what you think is funny or harmless is not the way others might see it. Only send a message or comment if you are POSITIVE that it...
    Create, Connect and Share Respect
    February 21, 2018 6:30 pm
  • It’s so important to think, think & think again before you click. Ask yourself if my mum, dad or big sister was standing behind me and...
    Create, Connect and Share Respect
    February 21, 2018 6:29 pm