Our School ethos is the centre of gravity for our whole school community. Our goal is to provide our children with a wide and fully rounded education, which enables them to develop not only academically, but also socially, emotionally, morally and spiritually. We want our children to leave us as confident, well rounded and happy individuals, who not only feel valued, but who also value both themselves and others.

The responsibility towards our children during their most critical learning years is keenly felt by our whole school community. We strive to ensure that we not only provide them with a wide and fully-rounded education, but that they are equipped for their future journeys in life and look back at their time at St Peter’s with fondness.

We are so proud of what our current pupils achieve on a day-to-day basis and are also filled with pride at what our past pupils continue to achieve. A few of our past pupils’ profiles can be seen below. They are a small demonstration of the wide range of opportunities that the children have worked hard for and grasped with both hands. We will continue to strive to give our children a good start in their education learning journey and also help them to build their characters enough to equip them for whatever path they may choose to take in the future.

Rebecca  – Graduated from Exeter University with a 2:1 in English and now works for a local council

Nick – Graduated from Cardiff University with a 1st in Architecture and is working in a top London practice whilst continuing with the MArch (Masters)

Hope – Selected for Netball and Running teams for her school, aspiring grammar stream for all subjects and grammar stream for dance and food technology.

James – Studying at Wrexham University to become a PE Teacher

Nicole – Studied at Northumbria University and now an Assistant Buyer for Ralph Lauren

Jack – Officer-in-Training for the Royal Air Force

Mia – Reading Psychology at Canterbury University

Staci – Volunteering to build schools in Kenya and aspiring to be a food scientist to help in the fight against food poverty

Michael – Learning to play the saxophone, loves reading and was a word millionaire in 2017

Jessika – Selected for school productions and house arts performances. Selected to play Netball for her school house which then went on to win for the first time in 30 years

April – thriving at her new school and loving the opportunity to learn Spanish.