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Our Above and Beyond Curriculum at St Peter's

School Trips

At St Peter's, the children have many opportunities to go on school trips that are closely linked to the curriculum subjects. These educational trips give the children an opportunity to further consolidate their prior learning and introduce concepts.


In Year 4 and Year 6, the children get the opportunity to go on overnight residentials. This gives them the chance to develop social skills, independence and personal growth along with making many happy memories. 

After School Clubs

We have a range of clubs for the children throughout the school year. The clubs are run by a variety of people including staff and external providers.  See below for some more details of the clubs on offer at St Peter's this term. The School Council are asked regularly which after school clubs they would like and we try and provide as many of them as we can. 

Learning Clubs

At St. Peter's we hold regular Learning Clubs to help pupils achieve their Age Related Expectations. These range from Maths, to Grammar and Punctuation to Spelling.

School Council, Planet Protectors and Stay Safe Team

Our School Councillors are nominated by other children within their classes to represent the views of the children of St. Peter's. They attend regular school council meetings where they discuss ways that they feel they can help the school improve, and these ideas are taken to the headteacher.

Our Stay Safe Team applied for their roles and had to write a letter detailing why they felt they deserved to be a part of the team. Throughout the year, they will hold assemblies and create resources to educate St. Peter's pupils on how to stay safe and well in various situations.

Our Planet Protectors are children who chose to attend an after school club to help improve our school environment, and the world around them.

Year 6 Leaders

Our Year 6 children all have leader roles to help support the school as a whole. Please click here to see their page.


We hold weekly Collective Worship and Whole School Class Assemblies at St. Peter's where parents are encouraged to not only attend, but also participate! Each class leads an assembly once a term, with our Foundation Stage leading their first assembly in the Spring Term. Each term ends with a celebration assembly where each class have different parts to play.


The children have a number of opportunities to perform throughout the year at St. Peter's including; assemblies, Gospel performance, Samba performance, Proms Night, Good Shepherd Talent Show and Young Voices.

Active Hope

For the past several years, Active Hope have been working with our KS2 children to develop their problem solving, social and personal skills.

Special Friends - Foundation Stage and Year 6

Each year, our Foundation Stage children are paired with a Year 6 child. Throughout the year, they take part in various activities and events together, as well as having a day where they play together at lunch. Our Year 6 children support the Foundation Stage children in their transition to school.

Sporting Events

The children at St. Peter's are given lots of opportunities to take part in sporting events in various sports including football, rugby, netball, hockey, gymnastics, cross country, indoor athletics, orienteering, archery, judo and many more!

Visitors to School

To improve the quality of pupil experience, we invite a plethora of visitors into our school. This enhances children's knowledge and understanding of British values, protected characteristics, cultural diversity and careers and life skills for the future. 

Community Links

We have close links with our parish community and our local community. The children collect food donations and raise money for various local charities during the school year. Everyone visits St. Peter's Church once a term and Fr Mark regularly visits school. We compete against the other Woolston schools in sporting events and also come together as a community at Christmas to sing carols.

Warrington Wolves

Warrinton Wolves are regular visitors to our school. They do training sessions with the children and we attend rugby festivals they have organised. They visited us recently to take part in European School Sport Day activities with the children. 

Library Visits

Each child in the school visits the local library every term. The children have the opportunity to choose a book to take home from the library and borrow for 3 weeks. 

Stay and Learn - Key Stage 1

The parents of children in Foundation Stage, Year 1 and Year 2 are invited to Stay and Learn sessions with their children each term. 

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