St Peters C of E Primary School
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St Peter's C of E Primary School
Little Green Lane, Farnham, Surrey, GU9 8TF
diocese of guildford

Welcome to St Peter's C of E Primary School

Our Vision Statement

At St Peter’s we have high expectations where everyone achieves and succeeds within a safe, inclusive Christian community. We promote independence, respect and empathy. Through an exciting curriculum, children are inspired to become lifelong learners and active world citizens.

School returns from half term on Tuesday 2nd June 2015

We are delighted to report that between the sponsored silent read in school and a collection from St Peter's Church, we have raised a whopping £970 for the relief effort in Nepal.Proceeds will be split and sent to both Christian Aid and Save the Children.

 

 

On Friday 30th January 2015 

HeartStart Farnham Lions came into school to teach the children CPR

 

 This was filmed by the BBC and appeared on South Today at 6.30pm that evening. 

St Peter's Diary

St Peter's Voice

"I like the way that the school is developing more links with the local community. It's good for children to understand the meaning of community. "

Parent 2014

"I really like it when my Year Six Guardian comes down to read with me. I like showing them how I can write as well. "

EYFS Child

"I am enjoying being able to work things out for myself. I know that it doesn?'t matter if I make a mistake."

Year Four Child 2014
Fairtrade

Fairtrade

In 2013, St Peter’s school decided to work towards becoming an accredited Fairtrade School. We wanted to add an international dimension to our learning, involve the local community and also find a project that the children could lead themselves.

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Local and National links

Local and National links

At St Peter's learning experiences extend well beyond the school gates. St Peter's School has been on the same site since 1908 and has a strong history of being involved in the wider community. We have reassessed our SMSC policy and looked at ways to enhance children's understanding of the world.

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Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium

Schools are free to spend the Pupil Premium as they see fit. However we will be held accountable for how we have used the additional funding to support pupils identified. From September 2012, we are required to publish online information about how we are using the Premium.

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