St Peter's C.E. Primary School
St. Peter’s is a one form entry Church of England voluntary aided primary school, serving the parish of St. Peter’s Church and providing a Christian education for those who choose it.
St. Peter’s Church of England Church founded the school in 1860. We have strong links with the Parish Church and the local community.
Parents and the community are welcome in school, being partners in educating our children. It is a caring and happy school where children are expected to work hard and there is a good understanding between staff and children.
There are eight classrooms, several group teaching rooms, an additional area for continuous provision in Early Years and KS1, a creative craft room,portable laptop and iPad trolleys, a central library, general admin offices and a staff room.
Parents wishing to visit school before applying for a place/s for their child/children are welcome to contact the school office to request an appointment.
Why Choose Our School
OfstedDecember / 2013
“High quality teaching ensures that pupils learn extremely well. Teachers plan lessons that stimulate, motivate and engage pupils. Pupils’ behaviour is outstanding in lessons and around the school. There are excellent relationships between pupils and staff and these are a key strength of the school. The school is extremely well led and managed. The head teacher, senior leaders and governors have high ambitions for the school and relentlessly pursue excellence in all areas.”
See What We've Been Up ToCheck out what pupils of St Peter’s Primary School have been up to. Whether it’s a science experiment from their daily school life, sporting achievement or field trip. Your children are always learning and enjoying themselves in the process.
Meet The Team
Our experienced teachers and support staff are the driving force behind your child's education. Highly skilled and always professional, they ensure that your expectations for your child are always exceeded.