Year 3 children Thursday

Please could the year 3 children not going on the residential trip bring PE kits to school on Thursday as they will all be doing a fun badminton session with Mr Lewis. Thanks. 🔚 Mrs Helen R Pritchard, Headteacher, St Peter’s Church in Wales Primary School, Chapel Lane, Rossett, Wrexham, LL12 OEE. 01244 570594.


Please note there is no swimming for year 5 this week. Apologies. If you have paid bus money online for the term and need a refund please let us know by emailing school.

Year 3 Residential Trip

The weather forecast is looking quite unsettled for the rest of the week, although not as windy as it has been over the weekend. Please ensure you send plenty of warm layers for your child to wear. A hat will be especially important in this cold weather. Remember your child needs to bring a sleeping bag and … Read more…

House Point Non Uniform

Well done to St Asaph House for winning this half term’s house point competition. Their prize is a non uniform day on Friday Feb 14th. Results were as follows- Bangor 1550 St David’s 1726 Llandaf 1861 St Asaph 2097  Well done also, to the members of St Asaph house in year 3, who all agreed … Read more…

Koala fundraiser

Mrs Debbie Davey, one of our parents, is fundraising for a wildlife charity working in AustraIia. She is raffling this A3 size drawing of a Koala . Tickets are £2 each and all monies raised will go to a wildlife charity in Australia to help the Koalas that have been affected by the bushfires.  Please use … Read more…

Extra INSET day

You will know from the list of dates sent out at the start of this term, that Welsh Government have granted schools an additional INSET day to help prepare for the new curriculum. The schools in the Darland cluster, including St Peter’s, have chosen  Monday June 22nd for this. Other INSET days this academic year … Read more…

Welsh Music Day

We have been celebrating Dydd Miwsig Cymru by encouraging children to listen to a range of different Welsh pop songs. We kept a tally as to how many times we listened over the last couple of weeks and the winning class have received a prize. Well done Year 3 in Miss Manon Jones’ class.