St Peter's Community Primary School

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Parent Information

We really believe in the importance of partnership between parents and our school as we understand the crucial role parents play in children's learning. 

Please read through the links in the drop down Parent Information menu above for lots of helpful information for parents and carers. 


Click on the link below to access ParentPay, our online payment service:


 Use the drop down options above to browse through this section.

Important and useful things to remember:

Keep us updated with any mobile number changes or you won't get our riveting texts!

Make sure your child has his/her PE kit in school.

Keep your child's Parent Pay dinner account up to date.

Try to remember to tell the teacher in the morning who is picking up your child (so the office staff aren’t overloaded with running around delivering messages at going home time!). We only need to be given names for who is collecting if your child is in years Nursery to Year 2.

Notify us first thing in the morning if your child will be absent - please use the Studybugs
app to report absences.

No nuts in school, please (including peanut butter) as some children have severe nut allergies.

Birthday assembly is the Friday after your child's birthday (including if it falls during the holidays - it will be the first Friday we are back in school) at 9.00am in the hall. Parents and family are invited to join us when it is their child's birthday assembly. Your child can wear their own choice of clothes on their birthday day or save it for the birthday Friday assembly day!

Children in years 5 and 6 only are permitted to leave school unaccompanied at the end of the day. Parents will need to give permission for this in writing to the school by completing a form.

Sorry, no dogs in school or the playground!

Please see our News and Letters Page for the latest information on changes to our usual school practices in light of COVID-19.