We are striving to provide an environment where every child can flourish academically, spiritually and socially.


Keeping our children safe is absolutely paramount at St.Peter's. We teach esafety through assemblies and weekly Heartsmart sessions as part of our PSHE curriculum as well as within our weekly Computing lessons.
We have a number of resources supporting online safety in our 'Parents' tab at the top of the web page and our 'Remote Learning Policy' can be found in the 'Key Info' tab.
The EYFS framework is organised differently to the National Curriculum that is used for children in Year 1 to Year 6: it is organised across seven areas of learning rather than subject areas.

The table below identifies the statements taken from the 2020 Development Matters which are prerequisite skills for Computing within the National Curriculum.

The most relevant statements for Computing are taken from the following areas of learning:

• Personal, Social and Emotional Development
• Physical Development
• Understanding the World
• Expressive Arts and Design

Children have the opportunity to develop early skills in Computing as part of the daily continuous provision and focussed sessions at St.Peter’s.