St Peter's BMX team of six pupils came third overall at the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup.
Salford City Reds Foundation find future stars at St Peter's
Engineering students get involved in the Manchester Carbon Literacy Challenge.
St Peter's ‘Follow Me’ Bike Projects were invited to take part in the Manchester Schools Track Championships 2013.
The National Healthy Schools Programme is an exciting long-term initiative which is making a significant difference to the health and achievement of children and young people. The National Healthy Schools Programme supports the links between health, behaviour and achievement; it is about creating healthy and happy children and young people, who do better in learning and in life.
Children and young people in Healthy Schools tell us that they feel healthier, happier and safer. Their parents tell us that they feel more involved in their child’s health and learning and often feel better themselves. Schools tell us that the National Healthy Schools Programme has brought sustained improvement in behaviour, standards of work and school management.
The impact of our programme is based on a whole-school approach to physical and emotional well-being focused on four core themes:
The whole school approach involves working with children and young people, parents, school staff and the whole school community to provide a solid foundation from which developments and improvement are embedded in a systematic way. These processes contribute to the physical and emotional development of all members of the school community.
For more information go to: www.healthyschools.gov.uk