St Peter’s Primary School had its last full OFSTED inspection in October 2013. The school was judged to be ‘Good’ in all areas.

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Pupils enter the school in Reception with skills that are below the levels typical for their age. They leave the school in Year 6 having made good and often faster progress so that their attainment is above average in reading and mathematics and broadly average in writing.
OFSTED 2013
Well-trained adults support a wide range of interventions to support pupils who are not achieving as well as they could. These are particularly effective in ensuring that pupils who are disabled or who have special educational needs make at least as good progress as their peers. The small numbers of pupils who are not White British or whose first language is not English make similar progress to other pupils.
OFSTED 2013
Excellent relationships between pupils and their teachers and other adults characterise all lessons. Pupils listen well to adults and each other and work very well together when the opportunity is given to them.
OFSTED 2013
Children are very polite and well mannered and enjoy school, something their parents and carers agreed with and which is shown by their above average attendance and good punctuality. Pupils feel very safe and all parents and carers overwhelmingly agreed that they were.
OFSTED 2013
The pupils make a significant contribution to the very positive ethos around the school. The high importance the school puts on the pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development also promotes this ethos. An excellent assembly on the story of Zacchaeus the tax collector from St Luke’s Gospel enabled pupils to get a real understanding of how admitting to what you do wrong and asking for forgiveness can be a courageous thing to do.
OFSTED 2013

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