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THE WEEK AT ST PETER'S
St Peter's School welcomed a team of three inspectors from Ofsted in June 2013. We are delighted that the report states that St Peter's is a GOOD school. Pupils "enjoy school and feel safe." Provision for pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is "excellent", pupils' behaviour is "impeccable", parents and carers are "very supportive" and the school has "a firm ambition to develop further". For more glowing accolades read the report.
The Friends have registered St Peter's with the Buy4Schools website. Every time you use the Buy4Schools website to buy online you earn cashback which is split between you and your school. Once you have earned £10 it can be paid into your bank account. More on the Buy4Schools website ...
Limited places are available in some year groups. Please contact the school office for further details.
2014 MARKS ST PETER'S SCHOOL'S 150th ANNIVERSARY!
We will be celebrating our 150th anniversary with a Service of Thanksgiving in St Peter's Church on Wednesday 8 October. More ...
In April 2013 the government announced new funding to improve the quality and breadth of PE and sport provision in primary schools. This document [St Peter's CE(A) Junior School - Sport Premium] sets out how this money will be spent and the impact this will have.
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When searching the internet, please encourage your children to use the Microsoft Bing search engine.
We need volunteers to be able to continue to run events and help fund exciting activities for the children. If you are able to help in any way, or would just like to find out more, please contact Mrs Doyle or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please ensure that your child has a waterproof coat in school each day. Whenever practical we try to have break times outside, even if there is a little rain.
We continue to promote healthy snacks at break-time and encourage children to drink water during the day. Permitted snacks include fruit, vegetables, a roll, plain biscuits (such as rich tea and digestives) and bread sticks. Snacks are on sale each day from the kitchen, prices ranging from 25-50p.