St. Peter’s is a small, delightful village primary school with GOOD Ofsted (January 2015) and SIAMs (October 2014) ratings. We strongly believe your child will thrive and have some of the happiest days of their childhood here. Our curriculum and values are underpinned by a strong Christian ethos. Our links with St. Peter & St. Paul’s church, village setting and quirky buildings enable us to provide a unique, nurturing environment. We take pride in our caring and supportive attitude to everyone at the school and aim to provide a warm, inclusive and stimulating atmosphere in which the talents of each individual can flourish.

Our Parents are integral to the children’s progress, over time we have built up a unique relationship and they take an active part in their children’s learning. We encourage close and regular contact with them and they value this relationship. We have our own onsite nursery which assists smooth transitions through the early years and also provides wrap around care (7:30am to 6pm) to children of both the nursery and school. If your child doesn’t already come to St. Peter’s we would be proud to show you round our school and look forward to meeting you!

Jim Holditch – Headteacher

Rights Respecting School

At St. Peter’s, we are always striving to create the best possible learning environment for our children. Being awarded the first stage of Unicef UK’s Rights Respecting Schools Award (RRSA) called the Recognition of Commitment, shows that we are committed to promoting and realising children’s rights and encouraging adults, children and young people to respect the rights of others in school.  We invite you to join us on our journey as we work towards Level 1 of the RRSA award.

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UNCRC Summary of Articles

Our Mission Statement

  • At St Peter’s School we offer a broad and balanced curriculum, which inspires and captures our children’s imaginations. 

  • We aim to provide a warm, caring and stimulating atmosphere supported by Christian values where individual talents are nurtured, developed and celebrated.

  • Engaging in partnerships with the Church, our parents and the local community enables us to achieve this.


Ofsted 2015

“Pupils have positive attitudes to learning. They work hard and want to do their best. Relationships between pupils and adults are strong.”

“Teachers have high expectations of what pupils can achieve. Lessons engage pupils in their learning because they are lively and take account of their interests.”

SIAMS 2014

“The school has clearly defined Christian values  … (which) model characteristics of an aspirational school that has high expectations and standards”

“The values of the school inspire pupils to think about their own identity and help them to understand the perspectives and needs of others.”