Love Jesus, Love Learning, Love Life

St Peter’s Catholic Primary School

Mission, Ethos & Values

At St. Peter’s Catholic Primary School we are committed to the values of love, respect and forgiveness, in a safe and caring community where everyone experiences success.


  • Love Jesus
  • Love learning
  • Love life

Welcome to our website

We are a Catholic school rooted in the gospel values of love, respect and forgiveness. We aim to be a learning community where everybody achieves success.

We achieve this by having:

We are all very proud of our achievements in the last three years and are determined that our school will keep on improving.

I hope you enjoy browsing our website,  that you find it useful and you keep coming back to it.

Why not come and join us?

We are now accepting Parent Pay

To make a payment using Parent Pay, simply click on the link below.

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We are very Proud of our most recent Ofsted Report which can be read in full by clicking on this link.

Ofsted Report March 2017

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre

The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre is a law enforcement agency that aims to tackle child sex abuse wherever and whenever it happens. Part of its strategy for achieving this is to give internet safety advice for parents and carers, training for educators and child protection professionals, an a ‘report abuse’ button for reporting abuse on the internet.

Click here for more information

St Paul’s Catholic High School

See our partner high school’s website by clicking the link below.

Click here for more information

Letter from the Headteacher. .

Dear Parents,   Following the retirement of Ms Loftus last term I am writing to explain the leadership structure and […]


Our news is now all in one place!. All the events of the past week, including the assembly winners photographs and newsletter..

We have previously had separate pages for the newsletter, photos and any other news of what might have been going […]


World Book Day 1st and 2nd March. .

When we return after half term, we will be celebrating World Book Day.  If you have seen the letters regarding […]