Trinity St Peter’s CofE Primary School

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About Trinity St Peter’s CofE Primary School

Name Trinity St Peter’s CofE Primary School
Ofsted Inspections
Mrs Deborah Pringle
Address Paradise Lane, Formby, Liverpool, L37 7EJ
Phone Number 01704876391
Phase Primary
Type Voluntary aided school
Age Range 3-11
Religious Character Church of England
Gender Mixed
Number of Pupils 245
Local Authority Sefton
Highlights from Latest Inspection

What is it like to attend this school?

Pupils at Trinity St Peter's are very proud of their school. They feel cared for by staff who know them well. Their behaviour is exceptional.

Pupils are considerate and listen to one another's thoughts and ideas. The school is calm and purposeful because of the school's well-established rules and routines. This enables pupils to manage their own behaviour very well.

Playtimes are harmonious, and pupils love to play with their friends. Pupils enjoy school, and attendance is high.

Pupils, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), rise to the high expectations that the school has of them.

They try their best in lessons a...nd enjoy learning new knowledge. Pupils achieve very well and leave extremely well-prepared for the next stage of their education.

Pupils take advantage of the clubs that the school offers.

This includes science, coding, tennis and football. Every pupil is given the opportunity to represent the school in competitions and performances before they leave at the end of Year 6. Pupils make a difference through a range of leadership roles.

For example, the 'Think Tank' meets regularly to suggest ideas to improve the school, and the 'Kindness Committee' spreads joy by encouraging pupils to nominate one another for acts of kindness.

What does the school do well and what does it need to do better?

Leaders at all levels have successfully harnessed the shared drive and ambition of staff to ensure that pupils enjoy an exceptional experience at this school. The school engages very well with staff.

This contributes to the tangible team spirit that is evident across the entire building. The school consults with staff about the decisions that are taken, and it considers carefully the impact that changes may have on workload and well-being. Staff are very proud to be part of this school community.

Members of the governing body are well informed and committed to their roles.

The school has prioritised the teaching of early reading. This begins in the Nursery class, where children enjoy sharing books with staff in the cosy reading corner.

Children are encouraged to talk about stories, and they join in eagerly with these discussions. The delivery of the phonics programme is highly effective across the early years and key stage 1. Pupils receive close support when they struggle to learn new sounds.

This helps them to catch up with the programme quickly. Pupils develop into confident, fluent readers. They talked with great joy about reading.

The ambitious curriculum fires pupils' enthusiasm for learning. Subject curriculums are organised clearly so that teachers know exactly what pupils should learn and when this should happen. The school ensures that staff's teaching skills and subject knowledge are continually updated and refreshed.

This means that the curriculums across all subjects, and in the early years, are delivered exceptionally well. Staff make sure that they spot and address pupils' misconceptions as soon as they arise.Pupils progress well through the curriculums.

They gain a deep body of knowledge that they remember over time.

Pupils with SEND are identified swiftly. They receive the support that they need from expert staff and outside agencies.

This ensures that they achieve very well.

Children in the early years learn the classroom rules quickly. Pupils across key stages 1 and 2 demonstrate mature attitudes towards their work and to each other.

They work with independence and enthusiasm. They are willing to keep going even when they find their work challenging. Their positive approach to learning contributes to their exceptional achievement.

Pupils grow into well-rounded youngsters due to the exemplary provision that is on offer to support their personal development. They learn how to stay safe, and they appreciate the differences that exist between other faiths and cultures. Pupils understand the importance of fairness, for example when voting for pupil parliament representatives.

Pupils know how to keep their bodies and minds healthy. The school's practice of gratitude is a reminder for pupils to be kind to themselves as well as one another.


The arrangements for safeguarding are effective.

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