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St Peter`s Catholic Primary School
West Ridge, ME10 1UJ, UK Sittingbourne
+44 (0)1795 423479

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St. Peter's Catholic Primary School

Mission Statement

Our principle aim is to provide a happy and supportive environment for all who work in, and are involved with St. Peter’s Catholic Primary School. We will endeavor to create a Christian community in which the spiritual, moral, intellectual, physical and creative talents of all are nurtured. We will strive to enable our pupils to contribute to the life of the Church and the society in which they live, by being active participants and acquiring effective personal skills and qualities of good citizenship.

We will achieve this by:

  • Teaching our pupils the Catholic faith and helping them to live by the Gospel values, presenting Christ and His Gospels as a model for all activities

  • Nourishing the prayer life of the school and encouraging pupils to participate in the life of the Church

  • Informing the pupils about the liturgical cycle of the Church and promoting the school as an integral part of the parish through School and Class Masses and services.

  • Strengthening faith through stimulating and interesting parent’s meetings

  • Welcoming individuals and families from other faiths into our community and enabling all concerned to benefit from each other’s experience

  • Developing strategies of learning to help each child reach their full potential

  • Establishing standards of excellence in work, behaviour and relationships

  • Initiating styles and methods of teaching and learning that are suited to the needs of the children

  • Adopting a positive approach to behaviour management and to the resolution of conflict within the community.

  • Creating and sustaining an atmosphere in which trust, kindness, friendship, helpfulness and openness are evident.

  • Placing a high priority on the care, respect and dignity of all the individuals in the school community and beyond according to their need.

  • Maintaining a clean and healthy physical environment in which to work and grow as a safe community.

  • Establishing effective communication within the school community to create and maintain positive relationships.

The success of our mission depends on everyone in our school community. We will actively promote an enabling atmosphere of support and concern for all.


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Terms 1 & 2

for Years

Lunch time



Y5 & 6
Board Games
Y1 & 2
Green Team/Environment
Y5 & 6
Cross Stitch
Cross Stitch
Recorder (Beginners & Expereinced will be held at breaktime)

After School

Clubs run from 3.30 to 4.20pm


Y5 & 6
Dance Club
(£2 charge)

Y1 & 2. Reception after Christmas.

Y5 - 6
Y3 & 4
Y5 & 6
Running Club
Y3 & 4
Table Tennis
Y5 & 6
Dance Club
(£2 charge)
Y5 & 6


Terms 1 & 2

Staff Development Day - Monday 3rd September 2007

Term 1: Tuesday 4th September to Thursday 18th October 2007

Staff Development Day - Friday 19th October 2007

Half Term: Monday 22nd October to Friday 26th October 2007

Term 2: Monday 29th October to Wednesday 19th December 2007

Christmas Holiday: Thursday 20th December 2007 to
Wednesday 2nd January 2008


Terms 3 & 4

Term 3: Thursday 3rd January 2008 to Friday 15th February 2008

Half Term: Monday 18th to Friday 22nd February 2008

Term 4: Monday 25th February to Friday 4th April 2008

Bank Holiday - Friday 21st March 2008 (Good Friday)

Bank Holiday - Monday 24th March 2008 (Easter Monday)

Holiday: Monday 7th April to Friday 18th April 2008


Terms 5 & 6

Term 5: Monday 21st April 2008 to Friday 23rd May 2008

Staff Development Day - Friday 2nd May 2008

Bank Holiday - Monday 5th May 2008

Half Term: Monday 26th May to Friday 30th May 2008

Term 6: Monday 2nd June to Tuesday 22nd July 2008

Staff Development Day - Wednesday 23rd July 2008

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