I’ll agree with chris on this one with one additional comment.
IMMEDIATELY buy “starting strength” and “practical programming for strength training” because as your program stands now you’re clueless.
If I were to take a beginner I would structure the volume in a 1:2:3 ratio for the Deadlift, Squat, Bench Press. Deadlift once/wk, Squat twice/wk, Bench 3times/wk
Deadlift would be triples heavy one week 50% the next week
Squat would be 5 x 5 heavy on one day, 3 x 8 the next day 60 lbs less than the heavy day
Bench would be 6 x 6 heavy on one day 4 x 10 the next day 40 lbs less than the heavy day
Assistance work would be as follows:
DL - Chins/pulldowns, Some rowing
Squat - Leg curls, calf raises
Bench - Overhead press, dips
Progression: On the main lifts when you can add 1 rep to EACH set go up in weight (5-10) lbs. (Hepburn style progression). This makes you earn your increases.
I won’t go into further detail because I would need much more info. If you wish you could PM me for customized programming.
BTW forget about peaking for now. You would need experience and data to be able to peak out properly.