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**Check out our fantastic results in the Primary School League Tables 2015**  at www.education.gov.uk/schools/performance 

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Out of 304 primary schools in Cumbria our school came 24th in terms of children achieving a good level in Reading, Maths & Writing!

 

Our Church School

Heversham St. Peter’s Church of England Primary School is a small Voluntary Aided School, and part of the Diocese of Carlisle. Our foundation link is with St Peter’s Church, Heversham.

Our values as a school are rooted in the Christian faith and the traditions of the Church of England. We seek to be an inclusive school and are proud to represent our local community, celebrating all our children and their promise. Click here for Heversham St Peter's Church

To help us celebrate diversity in a community that is not particularly diverse within itself, we stand for helping everyone accept and respect together. We believe that this is a core element in our educational mission and one we hold dear.

Vision Statement

Heversham St. Peter’s is a unique community inspired by Christian values, promoting mutual respect, responsible behaviour, and encouraging creativity and a joy in learning.

To visit the Website for Heversham St. Peter's Church, and check on worship times, please click on "Church & Community".

 

Latest News-further details of all items below and more can be found on the latest Newsletter (under School Documents)

Queen's 90th Birthdday Celebrations - See the pictures in "Gallery" 

You must inform school if your child would like a lunch on the Friday morning for the following week.

In class we considered being thankful and what this meant.  We held a competition to write a thank you letter.  The letter could be written to anyone, we chose our top 5 letters and these were entered into a national thank you letter competition,  Have a look at them in the "Gallery"  Please see this weeks (22/4/16) Newsletter for update.