|08:30||School gate opens
|08:40||Registration; school day starts; gate closed
|10:30-10:45||KS2 morning break|
|10:45-11:00||KS1 morning break|
|15:00||School day ends|
|15:00-16:00||After school clubs (see News section for details of current clubs)|
All children are required to wear school uniform as this gives them a feeling of belonging and pride in their appearance. It also encourages discipline and gives them a sense of equality. The school uniform is as follows:
Grey skirt, pinafore dress or trousers
Navy blue V-neck jumper or cardigan with St Peter’s logo
White shirt or blouse
Grey tights or grey or white socks
Navy blue school coat with school logo
In summer when the weather is warmer, the children can wear a pale blue check dress or grey shorts, a navy cap, and white socks.
Please ensure that the children only wear flat, black shoes to school. We do not allow trainers or boots. It is required that the children have a St Peter’s logo book bag or rucksack and do not bring their own bags to school.
For PE, we ask that the children have the following: sky-blue T shirt with St Peter’s logo, navy shorts, black velcro plimsolls or trainers, school sweatshirt with logo, navy PE bag with school logo, and a dark grey or navy plain tracksuit.
From a safety point of view, it is important that the children have close fitting clothing when completing indoor activities involving PE equipment. However, despite our uniform requirements, when the children are completing outdoor PE in the cold winter months, please supply them with whatever will keep them warm! They can wear hats, gloves and thick tracksuit tops. Give them what they need to be warm!
Uniform can be purchased online at www.caseysschoolwear.co.uk or at http://www.myclothing.com Parents can find us on this site using our postcode: ME20 7BE. Please note myclothing.com does not supply school ties, these are available from the School Office or from Caseys.
Our dinners are prepared on site by CDC (The Contract Dining Company). The cost is £2.30 per meal and must paid for in advance via the SchoolComms system.
You can view a copy of their current menu here.
CDC send out an allergy letter to all parents. It is imperative that you complete and return this to CDC if you child has any food allergy. CDC will provide specific meals for children who have food allergies – providing you supply them with the information you require.
Children in year 3 and above must have their meals paid for unless registered for free school meals. If you believe your child may be entitled to free school meals please apply online on Kent County Council’s website.
Children in Years R, 1 and 2 are entitled to ‘Universal Free School Meals’. However, if you receive certain benefits, St Peter’s can receive additional funding (the Pupil Premium) to support learning if you register. Hence, we would ask you to register for free school meals, even if your child is in KS1 and will receive them automatically.
For an overview of life at St Peter’s, please take a look at our Parent Handbook 2019