At St. Peter’s we are always striving to improve standards, the health and safety and well-being of children and working in partnership with parents.
During the Autumn term 2019 we achieved both the Bronze and Silver Modeshift Stars award and the school received a special mention in the Spring updates.
‘Special congratulations to St Peter’s Catholic Primary Academy who completed Bronze and Silver in one term and are well on their way to Gold and to Burnwood Community School who have successfully retained their Gold accreditation for 7 years!’
We are pleased to inform you that at St. Peter’s we are continuing with the award and are actively involved in achieving the Modeshift Stars Gold award. This award covers a variety of areas such as improving the journey to school, road safety and awareness for all children, bicycle courses and lots more. It is a great opportunity for the school to support the children in developing essential life skills.
One of our main targets here at St. Peter’s is to get more of our children travelling to school using their bikes or scooters and wearing helmets. Don’t forget we have safe places to park your bikes and scooters so why not travel to school on them today?!
More information on Modeshift Stars can be found here.
Our School Events
Year 2 Scooter Workshop – 24th January 2022
A big thank you to BeeActive who came into school to teach Year 2 scooter safety skills. The children were taught how to check the scooters and also how to ride their scooters around obstacles checking behind them or stepping off when around pedestrians. They also learned how to use their scooters safely when out of the road and we went out into the local area to practise these important skills just opposite the school. The children really enjoyed their session and are excited to start using their own scooters to travel to school. Well done Year 2!
Bike to School week & Walk to School Week- Autumn 2020
A big thank you to all children and parents who travelled to school by bike or by walking during our Bike/Walk to school weeks. It was great to see you all arriving safely on your bikes wearing your helmets and being safe near the roads when walking. Don’t forget to continue travelling to school in these ways so that you can be as active as possible!
Events Coming Soon
EVERY THURSDAY & FRIDAY- Bicycle & scooter break and lunch club- Bring your bike or scooter and helmet to school and you can use them at break and lunch times in school.
Thursday- Year 1, 3 and 5
Friday- Year 2, 4 and 6
Sustrans Big Walk & Wheel– 21/03-01/04
Find out more information here- https://www.sustrans.org.uk/our-blog/projects/uk-wide/schools/sustrans-big-walk-and-wheel/
Learn to Ride
From 25th April-29th April Reception and Year 1 are taking part in Learn to Ride sessions in school every day. All bikes and helmets will be provided so don’t worry if your child doesn’t have their own to bring in.
Stepping Out Programme for Year 4 and Year 5
In May our Year 4 and 5 children will be taking part in the Stepping Out programme where they will learn how to stay safe when walking in their local environment. You will receive permission slips closer to the session dates so watch this space!
Seatbelt Safety for Year 2 and Year 3
In May our Year 2 and 3 children will be taking part in seatbelt safety sessions and learning why it is so important to always wear them when travelling in any vehicle
Walk to School Week– 16/05-20/05
Find out more information here- https://www.livingstreets.org.uk/products-and-services/projects/walk-to-school-week
Clean Air Day- 16/06
Find out more information here- https://www.actionforcleanair.org.uk/campaigns/clean-air-day
Bike to School Week– 26/09-01/10
Find out more information here- https://www.sustrans.org.uk/our-blog/projects/uk-wide/schools/bike-to-school-week
Walk to School Month– October 2022
Find out more information here- https://www.livingstreets.org.uk/get-involved/campaign-with-us/international-walk-to-school-month
St. Peter’s Travel Plan
Our travel plan is available below. This details information about the school and surrounding area, transport methods used, transport targets and initiatives both completed and planned.
This travel plan is regularly updated to reflect updates in initiatives planned or completed at school.
Our School Active Travel Policy
The Highway Code
For further information on safe travel and the rules and regulations of the highway, please visit the website below to view the Highway Code.