St Peter's Community Primary School

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Headteacher's Welcome

 

St Peter’s is a one form entry, friendly, family orientated school and we are proud of how we work in partnership with parents/carers and the wider community. From what was originally an infant school, built in 1906, we have grown into an all-through primary and nursery school for children aged 3-11.  Our admission numbers are 218 pupil spaces in the school as we became a full primary school in 2016.  We also offer a choice of 15 or 30 hours a week in our nursery. 

At St Peter’s we seek to nurture and develop our pupils into high achieving, confident and articulate young people whose primary education equips them to go confidently in to secondary education. We are ambitious for all our children, both academically and socially, and our aim as a school, just like as a parent, is based around what we believe is best for the children. We strive to provide the best quality that we can find or afford; the best teachers, the best facilities, the best visits and visitors and in essence the best education, so that our children love school and love learning.

Everyone here is committed to providing stimulating high quality learning opportunities both within and outside the classroom. We teach our children to be curious, to ask questions, and to be thinkers. We help them to understand that we all make mistakes and that we can learn from them. By creating an environment in which we can develop their confidence and self-belief, we hope to prepare them to take on challenge, and become confident, well rounded young people who see life as being a glass that is half full, not half empty.

At St Peter’s we believe that we should treat other people the way we wanted to be treated. We encourage the children here to grow up to be nice people: to be kind and generous; funny and thoughtful; and to be honest and truthful. Good behaviour and mutual respect is a whole school expectation. Through sport and learning activities we encourage our pupils to be team players and to bring out the best in each other by working together. As part of our curriculum and in our charitable events, we aim to encourage them to do good in the world, to think beyond just what is best for themselves, but what will make the world, in even a small way, a better place.

We hope our website will give you some insight into our happy school where our children and staff have a deep enthusiasm and love for learning.

Latest St Peter's Calendar Events

INSET DAY - SCHOOL & NURSERY ARE CLOSED27Jun2022

SPORTS DAY28Jun2022

Class photos29Jun2022

Mufti (non-uniform) Day for tombola items!05Jul2022

Bring in an item for the Summer Fayre's tombola and you can wear your home clothes to school today!

Nursery Sports Day06Jul2022

11:00 am - 11:40 am

11am for First half children, 2pm for second half children

Calendars page(s): St Peter's Calendar >>

 

 

Latest News

 

 

Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) programme

Families with children in Reception to Year 11 may be able to access the fully funded Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) programme.  Eligible families can request a unique HAF booking code and book their children on to free HAF activities now!

If your child receives benefits-related free school meals, FREE holiday provision is available across the city as part of the Summer Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) programme. Learn more and get booked on now: http://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/haf

  Who is Brighton & Hove’s HAF programme for?

Funded by the DfE, HAF is free to school-aged (Reception to Year 11) children across the city who receive benefits-related free school meals (FSM). We also have a good allocation of places for those meeting the below criteria, though our key focus will remain on reaching those on FSM.

  • Those with a Social Worker, to include looked-after children or previously looked after children  
  • Young carers   
  • Those with an education, health, and care plan (EHCP)  
  • Those referred by the Ethnic Minority Achievement Service (EMAS) to include but not limited to asylum seekers, refugees, and those with no recourse to public funds (NRPF)  

Please do contact HAF@brighton-hove.gov.uk with any questions.

 

Support for families
The last 2 years have been a difficult time and we know that many families are struggling with money and affording healthy food for their family. However, there is support available. You may be eligible for free school meals for your child: Apply for free school meals - GOV.UK 
 
Support with the Cost of Living Crisis

Food Parcels
The Brighton and Hove Food Partnership has lots of useful information on how to access emergency food parcels: https://bhfood.org.uk/resources/accessing-emergency-food-parcels/  

Low Cost Shopping
Everyone across the City can buy low-cost shopping if they need to. More information is available here: https://bhfood.org.uk/how-to-hub/low-cost-and-free-community-shopping/ 

Healthy Start Access if you are pregnant or have a child under 4If you are pregnant or have a child under 4 you may also be able to get help to buy milk, fruit and vegetables: Get help to buy food and milk (Healthy Start)