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Important dates for your diary are as follows:
Uniform try on sessions - 3.30pm – 5.30pm
To be confirmed for 2018/19
Please come to the school reception.
Parent Information Evening
Wednesday 27th March 18:30 - 20:00
Wednesday 3rd July 2019 19:00 - 20:00
Transition (taster) Days
Wednesday 3rd July
Thursday 4th July
YEAR 7’S FIRST WEEKS AT ST. PETER’S
The first week of secondary school can be a daunting time for students but as a school we support this transition being smooth and positive for all.
- On the first day students meet their Head of Year and talk about expectations
- Year 7s are picked up from the hall by Year 11 tutees and given another tour around the school to familiarise themselves
- Students were escorted by the Year 11 ambassadors to all lessons in the first week
- Students are given additional walking time and all staff are on hand to help students find their lessons if they are lost
- Lunchtimes are extended for Year 7 in the first week. This is to allow Year 7 to get to the canteen first.
- It is important that the Year 7 team know how students feel about school and therefore regular student voice activities take place
- Regular visits to lessons by the Head of Year and Student Support managers in order to support transitions
- Meetings with parents/guardians/carers where necessary
YEAR 7’S FIRST WEEK AT SCHOOL
Our new Year 7 students were full of enthusiasm for St Peter's School stating “Although its different to primary school and I got lost, lots of older children have helped me. I have really enjoyed Science, it’s one of my favourite subjects. I’ve enjoyed making friends and meeting my teachers as they are all really nice. If I’ve had a problem its all been sorted out. My first week has been really good.”
“My first week at St Peter’s has been really exciting. I’ve had new lessons and met new people. I’ve really enjoyed my lessons. I’ve loved all my lessons like French, Science and English for example. We’ve already done cool experiments and spoken French!”
“I’ve had a nice first week. I’ve made some friends already and had good lessons. I get help in my lessons if I put my hand up. The older children have helped me around the school. If I was on my own on the playground they have helped me find friends. I’ve had help with my homework from teachers and I have really enjoyed my lessons.”
“It’s been a really nice first week because I’ve had fun in my lessons. I thought I might be bad at some of my lessons but I have been ok. I have played with older kids and have had a nice time.”
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YEAR 7 OPPORTUNITIES
HOMEWORK CLUB: Homework club is run three times a week every week for Year 7. This is an opportunity for student’s to gain some additional support with their homework, use a computer and the libraries resources for research and get it done in plenty of time!
If you would like to attend homework club please join us on Monday, Wednesday or Friday 3.05-4.05pm in the library.
STRETCH AND CHALLENGE: A programme is in place to support our most able students which involves exciting additional lessons in Maths, Science and English on a weekly basis. This opportunity allows students to gain further learning experiences to fast track their learning.
LEARNING OUTSIDE THE CLASSROOM OPPORTUNITIES:
In the Year 7 and SEND team we understand that students learn in different ways. This year our SEND students have been given the opportunity to have weekly learning experiences outside the classroom. This includes boat building, paddle boarding, trips to an Alpaca farm and Tesco’s Farm to Fork scheme. Students’ are already reaping the benefits of this with new found confidence.