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22Mar 2016

Dear Parents, We hope this finds you very well and looking forward to the Easter holidays. This week is Holy Week, the most important week in the whole Christian calendar, the week before Easter itself. There are lots of very special services in church and children and adults are very welcome! If you’ve never been to […]

19Mar 2016

Well the day has finally come and the children and staff at St Peter’s Primary School were all raring to go for Sports Relief 2016. Throughout the day, the staff had organised a plethora of sporting activities for the children, staff and parents to take part in to raise money for this amazing cause. Of course, […]

17Mar 2016

Be a Smart Saver! The 2016 Southwark Smart Savers scheme is now live. Last year hundreds of Southwark students claimed their £10 voucher. Is your child a Southwark Smart Saver? If not, you have until 2 September 2016 to claim your voucher. Southwark are offering a prize of £2000 in IT or Book vouchers* to […]

14Mar 2016

On Friday 18th March, St Peter’s Primary School will be running, jumping, dancing and skipping our way throughout the day to raise as much money as we can for Sports Relief 2016. There are lots of events happening throughout the day, which you can see below: Danceathon & Walkathon: 1.30pm – 2.00pm: Nursery and reception […]

11Mar 2016

On Monday 7th March 2016 year four class went on a trip to the British Museum as part of their current project on Ancient Egypt. Whilst at the British Museum, the children learnt about Egyptian life, their diet and customs, their many Gods and Pharaohs and they also learnt about the burial customs and mummification. […]

11Mar 2016

On Monday 7th March 2016, the year two class at St Peter’s Primary visited the world famous St Paul’s Cathedral as part of their project on the Great fire of London. The present church, dating from the late 17th century, was designed in the English Baroque style by Sir Christopher Wren. Its construction, completed in Wren’s lifetime, was […]

11Mar 2016

It was our year five pupils assembly on Friday 11th March and yet again our children have succeeded in presenting an astounding performance for both pupils and parents alike. The year five assembly told us the story of Beowulf. Beowulf is the longest epic poem in Old English, the language spoken in Anglo-Saxon England before the […]

11Mar 2016

On Tuesday 8th March, St Peter’s Primary School kitchen received an unscheduled spot check regarding health and safety standards in the kitchen and dining area. We are proud to announce that out of a possible score from one to five (one being poor standard and five being high standard of cleanliness) our kitchen received a […]

08Mar 2016

St Peter’s Primary School is very proud to announce that we received a grade of outstanding for our recent SIAMs inspection. All Church of England dioceses and the Methodist Church use the National Society’s framework for the Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools (SIAMS) under Section 48 of the Education Act 2005. The framework […]

05Mar 2016

A huge well done to the St Peter’s Primary School football team for their recent victory at their match with local primary school, Michael Faraday. The team, made up of pupils from years four, five and six won 8-4 at Michael Faraday’s grounds in a six aside football match. Sport plays a very important part […]