Welcome to our website

Thank you for all your food donations to the Key Project and continued support to the Poppy Appeal

‘Together, with the Spirit we will create an oasis where every child matters’

It is my pleasure, on behalf of the staff, governors and pupils to welcome you to Ss Peter and Paul Roman Catholic Primary School. We are a Roman Catholic primary school that has been established in Tyne Dock since 1889. The present school was built in the late 1960’s.

S.S. Peter α Paul’s School is a voluntary-aided parish school which means that it is supported, pastorally and financially by the church going people of our Parish.

Parents who do send their child to a Catholic school do so because they desire for the children to have not only a good secular education, but also a meaningful, spiritual and moral education.

We aim to provide a safe, happy, caring and responsible community, in which your child can learn, enjoy and be valued as a unique individual.

We aim to nurture their varying gifts and skills while providing the high-quality education necessary to prepare them for all experiences that life will offer them. We are extremely proud of our pupils at Ss Peter and Paul who are supported in their learning by dedicated staff, working in partnership with the Parish and parents. We encourage you to be actively involved in your child’s education.

We hope you will enjoy your visit to our website. You will find details about our curriculum, school events, visitors and activities that serve to enliven the curriculum, alongside information about our after school clubs and extra curricular activities.

We look forward to sharing this exciting journey with you for the next 7 or 8 years.

Best Wishes

Maria Butt

Head teacher

 

Autumn arrives in Reception

We have been making Autumn Crowns this week. We used lots of maths to help us make them. Please ask your child to find out how we made them.

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Reception Remember

Teaching our children about the significance of Remembrance Day and why people wear a poppy is not always an easy thing to do.
Today in class we watched a short animation produced by CBeebies. It is simply entitled ‘Poppies’ and helps to convey the notion of remembrance in a way that would resonate with a young audience.
After watching this we decided to make our own poppies to help us remember. Later in the day we took our poppies to the prayer wall in our prayer garden and placed a painted stone on the poppy made by all our friends in school.

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