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St. Peter's Independent School

St Peters Independent School

“Good behaviour is promoted; bullying is prevented so far as is reasonably practicable.”

ISI Report - Spring 2018

“Pupils are willing learners and settle quickly in lessons.”

ISI Report - Spring 2018

Pupils… “are articulate speakers and can express their opinions clearly.”

ISI Report - Spring 2018

“Children in the EYFS can explain their ideas to their peers clearly.”

ISI Report - Spring 2018

“Well-structured teaching with use of appropriate resources supports their work…”

ISI Report - Spring 2018

”Pupils grow in self-confidence and self-esteem.”

ISI Report - Spring 2018

“The school is successful in creating a nurturing atmosphere in which pupils feel valued for themselves…”

ISI Report - Spring 2018

Pupils…“have good manners and their conduct is generally good.”

ISI Report - Spring 2018

“Children in the EYFS are socially aware and at an appropriate level for their age.”

ISI Report - Spring 2018

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Citizenship

Teacher of Citizenship:  Evie Matejko - ematejko@stpetersindependent.org.uk

KS3

Careers/PSHE is a compulsory part of the curriculum at KS3 with one forty-five minute lesson each week.

Forms 1, 2 and 3 study issues regarding government, the law, the community and money.

In Key Stage 3 pupils learn about how Britain is governed, why we have laws, the role of the police, being a good neighbour, raising money for charities, budgeting and banking, dealing with prejudice and living healthily.

KS4

Careers/PSHE is a compulsory part of the curriculum at KS4 with one forty-five minute lesson each week.

Forms 4 and 5 study issues regarding personal wellbeing, developing as a citizen and economic wellbeing and financial capability.

In Key Stage 4 pupils learn about human rights, crime and punishment, managing moods and emotions, healthy eating, safer sex and contraception, drinking and smoking, planning the future and managing money.

 

This subject is not assessed at GCSE.