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Forthcoming Events 2017-2018


School Meals

Meals are cooked on the school premises.  School lunches for all infants are free from September 2014. Dinner money (for pupils in Key Stage 2) for the week *£2.25 per meal, *£11.25 per week should be brought into school each Monday morning. Please ensure that the correct amount is sent to school in an envelope marked with the child’s name. Cash or cheques accepted. Cheques to be made payable to St. Helen’s Council. Dinner money can be paid for the half term or for the term in advance. Please click here for our menu.School Meal Menu

School Milk

Children in the Infants can have a carton of milk each day.  The cost of milk is £6 per year to be paid at the beginning of the Autumn Term. Cash or cheque, payable to St. Helens Council.

 Medicines in school

It is St. Helens Local Authority policy, and therefore our school’s policy, to request that if a child is on medication (e.g. antibiotics) that parents administer the dosage.

Medicine prescribed by a doctor for 4 times per day can be given in school.  If this is the case, then it is preferable for parents to come into school to administer the medicine.  In this event, parents are requested to enter school (via the Birley Street entrance) and report to the school office. If this is not possible, a medical consent form must be completed, these are available from the School Office. Only medicine prescribed by a doctor is allowed in school. (Lockets, Tunes, Strepsils etc. are not to be sent into school). Medical form

 School Attendance

If a child is unable to attend school for any reason, parents should notify the school in writing or by telephone before 9:00 on the first morning of the absence.  In line with Government and Local Authority policy, holidays should be taken outside of term time and are only authorised in exceptional circumstances (applications for holiday leave must be submitted to the senior leadership team at least 4 weeks in advance). Holiday request form

 School Uniform

Children are encouraged to set high standards in their personal appearance and be responsible for their belongings. No open toe sandals are to be worn. Earrings are not allowed to be worn in school.

Some items of uniform can be purchased from the school office.  Order forms to be handed to the school office.  We stock sweatshirts, cardigans, hoodies (for P.E. only), school bags, P.E. bags, water bottles. Please click here for a uniform ordering form. Uniform order form

ALL ITEMS OF CLOTHING AND BELONGINGS SHOULD BE NAMED

INFANT BOYS  Dark grey trousers, white polo shirt, round-neck navy sweatshirt, grey or black socks, black shoes                       (not trainers)

INFANT GIRLS  Navy skirt, pinafore or trousers (not bootleg), white polo shirt, navy cardigan or sweater, white or                           navy socks,black shoes.

JUNIOR BOYS  Dark grey trousers, white shirt, school tie, navy v-neck pullover or sweatshirt, black shoes (not                             trainers).

JUNIOR GIRLS Navy skirt or trousers (not bootleg), navy cardigan or sweater, white blouse, school tie, black                                 shoes.               

SUMMER UNIFORM (optional)  girls -  pale blue gingham summer dress  

                                (optional) boys - grey shorts

P.E. KIT

INDOOR KIT: All children participate in P.E. during the week.  It is most important that children change their clothing for these lessons. Black shorts, plain white T-shirt and black pumps should be worn. P.E. kits must be in school every day St. Peter’s P.E. Bags (drawstring and waterproof) can be bought from the school office for £3.00. 

OUTDOOR KIT -  Navy joggers, navy hoody or sweatshirt, trainers.

 School Trips

Each year children will visit places of interest to complement work in the curriculum.  Parental permission is always sought and while school subsidises some of the cost, parents are asked to help with a voluntary contribution.

St Peter’s Church

St Peter’s Church is intrinsically involved in all of our day to day activities, please click here to obtain a full understanding of the work we complete together.

Wind in the Willows

Wind in the Willows are our preferred provider for the provision of wrap around childcare through our breakfast and after school clubs. A committed to delivering high quality childcare, they provide children with an enlightening and vibrant haven, come rain or shine! Fully inclusive private childcare provider, regulated by Ofsted

Parent View

Parent View gives you the chance to tell them what you think about your child’s school. Parent View asks for your opinion on 12 aspects of your child’s school, from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. Visit www.parentview.ofsted.gov.ukto leave your comments.

P.T.A

We undertake a variety of fund raising activities to support the school. You are very welcome to join us whether at our regular meetings the AGM or even both.

Please visit www.stpeterspta.co.uk or read our latest newsletter atwww.stpeterspta.co.uk/newsletters.html

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Contact the school

Call and speak to Miss Lisa Blackledge

School Business Manager on 01744 678630

Please contact Miss Blackledge if you require any paper copies of information contained on our website

St Peter's C.E. Primary School, Birley Street,

Newton le Willows, WA12 9UR