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  • Bishop Saju Visits Belgrave St. Peter's school.

    Published 09/01/24

    Belgrave St Peter's C of E Primary school was delighted to welcome Bishop Saju at the end of the term to celebrate the schools 50th birthday. 

    Bishop Saju led the children in collective worship, and also held a group discussion allowing the pupils to ask questions on his journey into faith. 

    The Bishop commented that the school 'embodies the vision of faith, hope and love.' 


    Headteacher Courtney Ouriach commented "We had a lovely and inspiring visit from Bishop Saju yesterday at Belgrave St. Peter's Church of England Primary School! Bishop Saju led our school family in collective worship, spoke with a group of pupils who were chosen to ask him questions, and had a school tour from Year 6 pupils. The Bishop's visit ended with him planting a tree to mark the start of our 50th birthday celebrations! The tree will eventually be part of our new sensory garden. His visit allowed us to reflect on a very busy and successful term and to be excited for the terms to come!"

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  • Belgrave St. Peter’s Primary School Praised in SIAMS report.

    Published 22/11/23

    Belgrave St. Peter’s Primary School, Thurcaston Road, Leicester are proud to report that the school is ‘living up to its foundation as a Church school and is enabling pupils and adults to flourish’ after a recent Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) by the Church of England. 

    The school, which is part of Rise Multi Academy Trust, was described as having ‘real sense of Christian love’ which is ‘intrinsic in every aspect of school life’. A SIAMS inspection reviews how effective a church school is in delivering a strong Christian ethos, to enable pupils and staff and the school community to thrive. 

    Inspectors noted the hard work staff have put in, to embed the Christian values into the school culture, commenting ‘the clear and succinct values of faith mean pupils and staff live out the vision with great empathy and love.’  

    Additionally, Inspectors found that the ‘family at Belgrave St. Peter’s has a meaningful and deeply embedded Christian vision’ where ‘love is strikingly normal for this diverse school community’, showcasing the hard work that staff and pupils have made to create a loving and inclusive environment for all, fostered on the core Christian values of the school.  


    Mark Cole, CEO at Rise commented ‘We are delighted with the SIAMS outcome. School leaders and staff have worked really hard to make the improvements that were seen by inspectors.’   


    Courtney Ouriach, Headteacher said ‘Staff at Belgrave St. Peters are proud to share our SIAMS report with our school community. We found the entire inspection a positive experience and are proud that the inspector was able to see how we embody our vision and values day to day as a school family." 

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  • Welcome Back

    Published 24/04/23
    Welcome back! It has been lovely to see everyone's smiling faces this week ready to start the summer term. We have a lot of exciting things happening this term! Thank you to all the parents and carers who supported their child&
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  • Coronation Celebrations

    Published 24/04/23
    To celebrate the upcoming coronation of Kinfg Charles III,we will be having a special picnic lunch on Friday 5th May. All children who have school dinners will have a special lunch of: cheese sandwiches,samosas ,satsumas, a cupcake and a drink. Pleas
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  • Santa fun Run

    Published 18/11/22

    From Leicestershire to Lapland: Belgrave St Peter's C of E Primary School takes on epic Christmas challenge to raise money for Rainbows.

    Belgrave St Peter’s C of E Primary school, along with many other schools in Rise Multi Academy Trust, will be taking part in one of the region’s biggest collective Santa Fun Runs as they aim to run the distance from Leicestershire to Lapland to raise money for Rainbows. 

    Collectively it is hoped that over 1400 pupils and hundreds of staff, will run over 2200 miles around sports fields, school halls and play areas to cumulatively run the distance it would take to reach Santa in Lapland! 

    Interim Executive Headteacher of Belgrave, Mrs Dolby-Molson said “We are really looking forward to putting on our trainers and Santa hats to raise money for an incredible cause. 

    “Aiming for Lapland is just adding an extra layer of excitement and it is encouraging every child to do an extra lap or a few extra steps to help us reach our target – both in terms of distance and the money raised. It will be a wonderful day to see all of the pupils from other schools coming together and participating in such a fantastic event!” 

    Mark Cole, CEO of the Rise MAT, said: “Being a part of Rise MAT means having a commitment to the community and helping our children realise what we can all achieve if you work together. 

    “We want to provide our schools with the opportunity to work in collaboration with each other, and what better way to do so than with a fun filled Christmas themed fun run raising awareness and vital funds for an amazing charity!” 

    Pupils and staff from the school will be completing their Santa Fun Run on Thursday 1st December.

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