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Volunteer Support for Junior Park Run, Formby

Date: 10th Sep 2019 @ 2:08pm

The Hollies Family Surgery are trying to start a junior Park Run in Formby to promote the health of children and families in the area and are in need of of some volunteer support. This will require potentially helping every other Sunday with the organisation and set up of the Park Run. If anybody is able to offer any support please contact Dr Patrick at The Hollies Surgery or via email alipuk1979@doctors.org.uk.

Happy New School Year!

Date: 5th Sep 2019 @ 2:43pm

What a lovely first week it has been back at Trinity St. Peter's. All of the children have come back to school wearing their new, winter uniforms so proudly and have arrived at school each day ready to learn with big smiles upon their faces. We have enjoyed meeting our new pupils and families this week and trust that along with our new staff, they will be very happy here in our school family. We are very excited about the many, exciting learning opportunities the children will have this year which have started already!

Please read the return to school letter

Have a lovely weekend everyone!

Margaret Blake - School Governor

Date: 5th Sep 2019 @ 1:42pm

We mourn the loss of Margaret Blake, who died on 24th July 2019 after a short illness, and extend our heartfelt sympathy to her family and friends.  Margaret was a much loved and greatly valued Governor of Trinity St Peter's School and gave her time so freely to support us in making sure Trinity St Peter's will always be the best it can be. 

Staff members completed the 'SHINE' walk in LIverpool city centre on 30th August in memory of her. Any donations in her memory can be made online at www.cancerresearchuk.org or to Queenscourt Hospice.

She will be so greatly missed.

GOLD Artsmark Award!

Date: 5th Sep 2019 @ 1:32pm

We are delighted to inform you that we have been awarded an Artsmark Gold Award. 

ArtsMark made the following comment about our school:

Trinity St. Peter’s Church of England Primary School is to be commended for the commitment it has shown, at a senior level, in supporting a wide range of artistic and cultural experiences for pupils. You have successfully developed a wide range of partnerships which have extended both teacher and pupil expectations. Working with a number of local professional artists, appointing an in-house trained artist and organisations, including the local Music Education Hub and Local Cultural Education Partnership, have provided pupils with the skills and confidence to be advocates for the Arts, and their efforts have been recognised locally and nationally achieving ‘Gold’ Global Neighbours in May 2019. You have also provided pupils with a wide range of opportunities to perform in a range of settings and experience authentic experiences. The wider school community including parents, and local dignitaries have also been impressed with the level of commitment to the Arts and cultural projects showcased by pupils. For your future development it would be good to hear about the impact that the trips to Uganda have on pupils and teachers within these schools. You may also wish to build a bank of case studies, perhaps through your partnership with Exeter University, which can be shared both regionally and nationally to highlight the impact of your work. You have much to be proud of at the school and if you continue to develop initiatives further, you could become a leading advocate for the benefits of strong arts and cultural programmes within schools.


Wellbeing Award for Schools!

Date: 15th Jul 2019 @ 8:08am

We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded the Wellbeing Award for Schools!

This is a fantastic achievement for Trinity St. Peter’s, making us one of only five schools in the Liverpool and Sefton areas to have gained this accreditation.

The report notes many of the school’s strengths in promoting positive emotional and physical wellbeing, including:

•    Strong vision and values which provide a holistic approach to wellbeing.

•    A broad range of approaches to support a Growth Mindset.

•    A well-developed PSHE curriculum.

•    A wide range of enrichment activities including sport as well as performing arts.

•    Use of assessment and external agencies.

•    Pupil Voice.

The full report can be read below:


Date: 23rd Jun 2019 @ 7:42pm


We are thrilled to announce that we have been awarded 'Gold' in recognition of our work in SMSC - Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural.

This is another wonderful achievement for our school - we are, again, the first school in Sefton to achieve this national award.

The report notes that there are numerous SMSC related strengths at Trinity St Peter’s C of E Primary School. The following are a few key examples:  

  • The obvious pride that all stakeholders have in their school.  
  • SMSC in embedded in your curriculum and ethos.   
  • Pupil Voice is ‘just a part of what you do’.  
  • The school’s core values are understood by all members of the school community, and consistently adhered to.  
  • Staff morale is strong.  
  • A very happy, positive, ‘thinking and learning focus’ pervades the school.  

The full report can be read below:

GOLD - Global Neighbours Christian Aid Award

Date: 21st May 2019 @ 9:44am

We are thrilled to announce that we have achieved Gold Award status in Christian Aid’s Global Neighbours scheme. This is in recognition for the work we have done as a whole school community to raise awareness of the extreme inequalities across our globe and perhaps more importantly, the steps we take to address these. We have taken part in Christian Aid’s scheme because it gives us a practical way of living out our school vision and values. Our world is increasingly connected and our hope is for our children to grow as responsible global citizens.

This is another fantastic achievement for the school as we are the third school in the country to have achieved ‘gold’ and the first school in Liverpool Diocese. 

Any school in England can join the Global Neighbours scheme. There are three levels of accreditation: bronze, silver and gold. These are verified by Church of England Education Office assessors, who look for evidence across five areas: school leadership, teaching and learning; collective worship and spiritual development; pupil participation; and community engagement. The accreditation scheme celebrates schools that are helping pupils learn about global poverty and the Christian responsibility to tackle it, as well as giving them the tools to play a confident part in creating a fairer world.

Thinking School Award

Date: 16th May 2019 @ 5:16pm

We are a Thinking School!


We are delighted to announce that we are one of only 23 schools across the country to have achieved this prestigious award from Exeter University – and we are the only school in the North West of England! A copy of the report can be read below.

Achieving this accreditation is testament to the hard work and exceptional effort of all staff to deliver a curriculum that enables pupils to consistently further develop their logical, critical, creative and reflective thinking. Also to Think Tank, a group of pupils from Year 6, and class Thinking Ambassadors, who have motivated everyone to further develop our exciting and innovative approach this school year. 

Pupils and staff enjoyed a school celebration on Thursday where in line with our ‘Imagine’ value, each child has taken home some mustard seeds as a way of marking this special occasion.

“If you have faith as small as a mustard seed, nothing will be impossible to you.”

Matthew 17:20