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Chalfont St Peter C E School
Penn Road, Chalfont St Peter, SL9 9SS, UK Gerrards Cross
+44 (0)1753 883982

Welcome to Our School

About Us

Chalfont St. Peter Church of England School is a co-educational Voluntary Aided School for day pupils, aged 7-11 years, and is firmly established in the heart of the village.

The school seeks to provide a caring Christian environment in which each child can develop their own spiritual, intellectual and physical potential to the full.

In fulfilling this aim, all those involved in the life of the school are encouraged, in accordance with Church of England principles, to have respect for the rights, opinions and faiths of others and act with integrity to enable the whole school to achieve high standards in education and participate constructively in the life of the Church and Community.

John Underwood - Head Teacher


2007 - 2008
Wednesday, 5th September School opens for Autumn Term
Friday, 19th October School Closes for Half Term
Monday, 29th October School Re-Opens after Half Term
Friday, 21st December School Closes for Christmas Holidays
Tuesday, 8th January School Opens for Spring Term
Friday, 15th February School Closes for Half Term
Monday, 25th February School Re-Opens after Half Term
Friday, 21st March School Closed for Good Friday
Monday, 24th March School Closed for Easter Monday
Friday, 4th April (3pm) School Closes for Easter Holidays
Monday, 21st April School Opens for Summer Term
Monday, 5th May School Closed for the Bank Holiday
Friday, 23rd May School Closes for Half Term
Tuesday, 3rd June School Re-Opens after Half Term
Tuesday, 22nd July (3pm) School Closes for Summer Holidays


1. School uniform is on sale each Tuesday morning in the Medical Room 9-9.30am.

2. Please ensure all items of clothing, including coats and sportswear, are clearly named. Also their stationery equipment.

3. Children must have sensible black footwear without high heels or slingbacks for their safety in school and at play. Trainers are not allowed to be worn to and from school, or in school, except at breaktimes.

4. Nojewellery is to be worn in school, including earrings.

5. Lunch boxes also need to be named. Fizzy drinks, glass bottles or sweets are not allowed. The children can eat a piece of fruit at morning breaktime. Children are allowed to drink water during the school day. If they wish to do this, water bottles will need to be purchased from school at a cost of £1.

6. If your child is asthmatic please ensure an inhaler is given to Mrs Lowings, Welfare Assistant. These are kept in the school Medical Room. They are required on the first day of term.

7. If a child is absent from school due to sickness etc, a letter indicating the reason should be handed to the class teacher on the first day of the child’s return.

8. Parents visiting school need to sign the school Visitors Book at the School Office and receive a visitors badge. When leaving school parents need to sign out and return the badge.

9. If your child is late into school, they need to be signed in at the School Office. If it is necessary to take a child out of school during the school day they should be signed out.

10. All monies sent into school should be placed in a sealed envelope clearly named and showing the reason for the remittance. Cheques should be made payable to “Chalfont St Peter Church of England School Fund”.


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