What do people say about us?
We think our school is amazing, but don’t just take our word for it.
Read what other people have to say.
Results of the parental survey October 2018. Click on the image for the full report.
Inclusion Quality Mark Assessors comments – June 2018. Click on the extract to read the full report.
Leading Parent Partnership Award Assessors comments – November 2017
Arts Mark Assessment October 2017
Basic Skills Quality Mark Assessment June 2017
Results of our Parent Questionnaire March 2017
Pupil voice – January 2017
The children were asked the question;
What is it like to be a pupil at St. Peter’s? The most relevant answers are as follows;
At St. Peters we are encouraged to be better than we were yesterday. Kenzie Year 4
We are encouraged to keep on going because you never know where that faith in yourself might take you. Aria Year 4
At St. Peter’s we walk down Progress Ave and every day we take a new step. Kaitlyn Year 4
No matter what point we start at we always take our steps and persevere even when it is challenging. Jack B Year 4
It is Ok to fail; if you fail it means you are learning. Oliver Year 4
Cant means you cant stop me learning. Brayan Year 4
At St. Peter’s we always try and never give up because we know we have the potential to do great things on our life. Kenzie Year 6
The expectation is that we come to school to learn. We are given choices and teachers trust us to think about and make the right choice. Haider Year 6
Its all right to fail, but its not all right to not try. Finlay Year 6
The distinctiveness and effectiveness of St Peter’s as a Church of England school are outstanding.
Vibrant Christian values pervade all aspects of school life, inspiring both children and staff to commit to the highest aspirations of personal achievement
The painstaking care and support given to each child strongly reflect the Christian belief that every pupil is to be valued as unique and loved by God
Exceptionally effective leadership ensures that the school’s Christian distinctiveness continues to underpin the highest possible educational outcomes for every child
The supportive and caring relationships between all members of staff consistently provide the children with strong, positive role models of Christian kindness, courtesy and respect
Read the entire report by clicking on the link below.
“Brilliant my daughter loves it, not heard end of it yet, very impressed.Go St Peters Farnworth best school by far.” Comment on the reception class blog
“Parent stay and learn are fantastic. So lovely to have the opportunity to come into class and see what learning and fun the children do “
“We love reception classes blog. It’s lovely to see pictures and videos of the children’s fun and learning in school. Kiera enjoys checking the blog every week to see what has been added and if there is any learning we can practice at home “
“She loves going to school and the teachers are all lovely and helpful.” – Reception parent
“I think the teachers and teaching assistants are amazing and a credit to the school – making my daughter experience a happy and great start to school life.” – Reception parent
“My son has improved his literacy and numeracy fantastically this year. His teacher is especially enthusiastic and motivated and this has had a tremendously positive effect on the children.” Year 1 parent
“Very informative school” – Year 6 parent
” The office staff are wonderful and this helps with day to day reassurance.” – Year 3 parent