St. Peter’s is a small, delightful, village primary school with GOOD Ofsted (March 2019) and SIAMs (October 2014) ratings. In an age when schools are increasing in size and becoming more business focussed, St Peter’s remains a very traditional primary school. Our Published Admission Number (PAN) is 26, making our classes smaller than is the norm. We have no mixed age group classes – each year group remains as a separate class.  With a total of no more than 180 pupils, we are a small family, where everyone knows everyone else and we can focus on the individual needs of the pupil.

Our curriculum and values are underpinned by a strong Christian ethos and we enjoy strong links with St. Peter & St. Paul’s church, which adjoins the school site. Our village setting and small size 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.

We also provide wrap around care (7:30am to 6pm) to children of the school. If your child doesn’t already come to St. Peter’s, we would be proud to show you around our wonderful school.

 Jim Holditch – Headteacher


Our School Prayer

Dear Lord,

Loving God, you call us all to be like St Peter and to follow you with our whole hearts: help us to do that, and bless our school, that we may be an exciting, caring and joyful community. We ask this in the name of Jesus Christ.