At St Peter and St Paul, our community is very important to us and we are continually working to maintain and build our links with our local community. We believe that community links are essential in the growth, development and wellbeing of all our pupils. Links with our local community help us to build relationships with groups and individuals who will provide positive role models for our children whether within the world of work, spiritual and moral development or everyday experiences.
Our academy is at the heart of the local community. We have links to many of the societies and fixtures of the village such as St Peter and St Paul Church. We visit the church every half-term for Collective Worship.
As an academy, we aim to develop the children outside the classroom and using opportunities in our local area is a key priority; we are very fortunate to be able to use the Millennium Green, a beautiful 10-acre space, regularly for sporting events such as: cross country, sports day and tag rugby. Children from our academy helped to design and paint the new play area on the Green.
On 1st April 2018, the Royal Air Force celebrated its 100th birthday. To mark this occasion, pupils from St Peter & St Paul designed and painted their own Spitfire which was displayed in the local area.