A visit to the school
As you are aware, the pandemic of 2020 showed many inconveniences and difficulties for schools and families to deal with. Currently we are able to support physical visits to school. The office will be happy to book you in for a tour around the school, showing you our provision from Nursery to Year 6. The staff will be able to answer any questions, or refer you to the right person who can. We may ask you to come outside our peak hours - 8:30-9:30 and 2:45-3:45 as these are the busiest times for the school.
We look forward to meeting you and your child/children.
St Peter & St Paul Carbrooke Church of England Primary Academy and Nursery is a special place full of learning, laughter and friendship. A place where all children are happy, feel safe and valued.
Our Academy provides a great primary education in a stimulating environment. The Academy develops a love of learning inspired by quality teaching that builds upon the individual strengths and talents of our children. We believe every child is entitled to enjoy his or her childhood. Our Christian values are at the centre of all that we do, and provide the foundations for life- long friendships and a sense of community.
Children educated at St Peter & St Paul Carbrooke Church of England Primary Academy and Nursery are tolerant, committed and confident. The school works with the community to develop citizens who will lead happy and rewarding lives.
Our aims and values can be found within this website, as well as around our school. Our values and vision are at the heart of all we do and believe in. This is linked to 'Fruit of the Spirit':
22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law.
This passage embraces the social, moral, spiritual and cultural journey that children and adults work by every single day. The biblical text supports all that we do and this is evident within the school. We look at the school vision and can easily identify why this biblical passage is the most relevant.
Our Collective Worship always ends with prayers and a grace. The children often write their own prayers. Each class takes responsibility for a collective worship on a Tuesday - linking with our value of that half term, as well as their own curriculum learning.
This is the School Prayer
This is our school.
May we live happily together
May love dwell here amonst us every day
Love of another
Love of all people everywhere,
Love of life itself and love of God.
Let us remember that as many hands build a house,
So every child can make this school a lovely place.