The greatest gift of Easter is hope.
"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world."
Welcome to St Peter’s Primary School
At St Peter’s we believe that high quality education with a Christian environment is the best start children can have in their school life. We aim to build on the foundations you have set in all the efforts you have put into your child’s development before coming to school.
We want children to be happy at school and to achieve high standards. We try to create an atmosphere in which learning is enjoyable, effective and matched to the ability of the child.
I trust that you will find this website helpful and informative.
Mrs J Digweed, Headteacher
At St Peter’s School, we aim to create within a Christian setting safe, secure and fun learning environment where every child feels happy and enjoys their learning experience.
We pride ourselves on creating an atmosphere where standards of teaching and learning are constantly in view and where all succeed to the best of their ability through knowledge of the individual.
We aim to make everyone feel valued as a member of the school community and that they have an important contribution to make to it. We strive to foster and develop good communication links within the school and its wider community, to this end please feel free to raise any concern or matter with either the Headteacher, staff member or any member of the Governing Body.
At St. Peter’s we care for the whole child and would welcome the opportunity for yourself and your child to share in our vision.
Fr. D Way, Chair of Governors
St Peter's is a good school with a caring ethos which promotes good progress from all groups of pupils. It has significant strengths which are centred on the outstanding care, guidance and support that it gives to its pupils, especially those with complex needs.Read the full Ofsted Report
The school’s very strong links with the church also support pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development well.Read more about St Peters Church