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St Peter`s C E Primary School
The Durlocks, CT19 6AL, UK Folkestone
+44 (0)1303 255400
www:http://www.st-peters.kent.sch.uk/e-mail:admin@st-peters.kent.sch.uk
headteacher@st-peters.kent.sch.uk

Welcome to our school

We hope that you enjoy visiting our website and find it both useful and interesting. The information contained within it is constantly being updated so please visit us again.

At St Peter’s we have a fantastic staff team who are totally committed to ensuring that every child within our care receives an excellent education, enabling them to achieve their potential.

We are very proud of our ‘smallness’ which creates such a happy, caring and friendly school. We have great links with parents, the church and the local community.

In June 2006 we had an Ofsted and Diocesan inspection which stated: ‘St Peter’s is a good school with outstanding features’.

I am very proud of our school and all it achieves for the children at St Peter’s. I would like to thank all the parents, staff, governors and children for all their incredible hard work and support which makes us so unique.

Miss Lynn Goreham

Head Teacher

 

VISION AND VALUES

Our Vision for St Peter`s CEP School is to:


∙ encourage active involvement with parents, the community and the church
∙ enable children to enjoy this part of their lives
∙ provide children with the essential skills for life
∙ provide a secure and happy environment
∙ guide children morally and socially
∙ develop a sense of self-worth
∙ embrace modern technology whilst retaining traditional values
∙ provide and promote extra-curricular development
∙ continue to improve the school facilities for allthe children in our care

ETHOS

Our Vision for St Peter`s CEP School is to:


∙ encourage active involvement with parents, the community and the church
∙ enable children to enjoy this part of their lives
∙ provide children with the essential skills for life
∙ provide a secure and happy environment
∙ guide children morally and socially
∙ develop a sense of self-worth
∙ embrace modern technology whilst retaining traditional values
∙ provide and promote extra-curricular development
∙ continue to improve the school facilities for allthe children in our care

Mission Statement:

'We aim to create a happy, secure and Christian learning environment for all.'

This is underpinned by our school motto:

'Working together, Achieving together'

Our School Prayer:

Heavenly Father

Thank you for everyone at St Peter’s School.  Help us to do our best so that working together and achieving together we can discover more about you, your world and ourselves.

For Jesus sake

Amen


 

UNIFORM

The purpose of school uniform is to create a sense of identity – one in which children can be proud of belonging to their school. School uniform consists of:

Reception children

Due to the physical and outdoor nature of the Foundation stage the uniform for the children in reception is slightly different to the rest of the school.

Autumn / Spring: Jogging bottoms with school logo* , white aertex shirt with school logo* , school sweatshirt with school logo*,school cardigan with school logo* , black shoes.

Summer: Jogging bottoms with school logo* or grey shorts or blue and white checked dress, white aertex shirt with school logo * , school sweatshirt with school logo *, school cardigan with school logo*, black shoes.

P.E. Kit: Navy blue shorts with school logo * , red school P.E. T-shirt with school logo*,white socks, trainers. Swimming shorts/trunks or one piece swimming costume.

Boys

Autumn / Spring: Grey trousers, white aertex polo shirt with school logo*, school sweatshirt with school logo*, grey socks, black.

Summer: Grey shorts or trousers, white aertex polo shirt with school logo*, school sweatshirt with school logo*, black shoes / sandals.

P.E. Kit: Navy blue shorts with school logo * (navy jogging suit in the winter), red school P.E. T-shirt with school logo*,white socks, trainers. Swimming shorts or trunks.

Girls

Autumn / Spring: Navy skirt, pinafore dress or navy trousers, white aertex polo shirt with school logo*, school sweatshirt with school logo*,school cardigan with school logo*,white socks, black or dark shoes.

Summer: Blue and white checked dress, navy skirt, white aertex polo shirt with school logo*, school sweatshirt with school logo*,school cardigan with school logo*, white socks, black shoes.

P.E. Kit: Navy blue shorts with school logo * (or plain black or navy jogging suit in the winter), red school P.E. T-shirt with school logo*,white socks, trainers. One piece swimming costume.

* these items can be purchased from the school

Please note:

  • Optional school caps are available from the school office.
  • We ask parents to send their child to school in sensible footwear, no trainers or heavy boots.
  • No bell bottom or skin tight trousers should be worn.
  • Children must change for P.E, their kits must be kept in a drawstring bag * on their peg.
  • Children may not wear jewellery or nail varnish to school. Only sleeper studs may be worn with pierced ears.
  • Long hair should be tied back or a plain hair band must be worn at all times for safety reason.

Click here for a school uniform order form

CLASSES

At St Peter`s we have 5 classes which are arranged in the following way:

Mars Class - 22 Reception children

Pluto Class - 20 Year 1 children and 10 Year 2 children

Earth Class - 20 Year 3 children and 10 Year 2 children

Saturn Class - 20 Year 4 children and 9 Year 5 children

Jupiter Class - 20 Year 6 children and 11 Year 5 children

Click on the class name to see the latest class information letter and to see what exciting things they have been doing.

  • :: Jupiter
  • :: Saturn
  • :: Earth
  • :: Pluto
  • :: Mars
  • ADMISSIONS

    Admission Procedures for The Foundation Stage

    (children aged 4-5)

    St Peter’s CEP School accepts 20 children in the Reception Class during the academic year of their fifth birthday.

    Parents are welcome to make an appointment to visit the school preferably when children are present. Please contact Mrs Lucas the school secretary.

    All children intending to start their education at St Peter’s will be integrated into school through involvement in two afternoon visits during the summer term to get to know their teacher and become familiar with the school. Our reception teacher also visits the children’s playgroups or nurseries.

    The Headteacher and reception teacher hold a meeting in the summer term to give information to parents about the school including the PTA and uniform and to also answer any questions.

    All applicants must fill in an application form, which is available from the school office. These forms are now sent to the Local Education Authority who complete the admissions procedure. Once this has been done parents are informed by letter whether their application has been successful.

    Admission Criteria

    Children are admitted to St Peter’s according to the Local Education Authority criteria, which is as follows:

    • Looked after children
    • Denominational preference – for church-controlled schools
    • Children who have an older brother or sister at the school at the time of admission as long as they live within a two-mile radius of the school.
    • Health reasons – a medical certificate may be required to support the application
    • Nearness of children’s home to the school and ease of access.

    Further information can be found in the booklet ‘Admissions to Primary School’, which is available from the Local Education Authority.

    Click here for a registering interest form



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