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  • Student Assessment Data

    Please be advised that the latest ‘Formative’ assessments are now available electronically on the MCAS website...
  • Appointment of Head Teacher

    Mr Christopher Bennet to be the new Head Teacher from September 2014 following Mrs Ford's retirement...
  • Holidays in Term Time

    Head teachers can no longer authorise leave of absence during term time, except for exceptional circumstances...
  • Parents' Information Letter

    Please click on the link for the Parents' Information Letter for the Autumn Term...

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Parents' Information Letter

Please click on the link to read our Spring term Parents' Information Letter.

Gaming

Cambridgeshire Police have expressed their concerns about the risk to young people through the use of online games such as Minecraft and World of Warcraft.  As a school, we have a duty of care to make parents aware of these risks.  Please click on the link below for more information.

Use of online games

 

Cambridgeshire Schools' Funding

As you may be aware Cambridgeshire is the worst funded authority in the country.  This means that, per pupil, we are allocated a significantly lower amount of funding than other similar schools in the country.  The Cambridgeshire Heads continue to make representation to the Government over the unfairness of this issue but Jonathan Djanogly, Huntingdonshire MP, is putting forward a petition for fairer funding.  We hope that you will sign it as a measure of your support. The web address for the petition is :

http://www.jonathandjanogly.com/school-funding-petition

Thank you.

 

Important Dates - Spring Term 2014

Friday 4 April Last day of Spring term

 

At St Peter's School every child does matter

It is our strong belief that as educators we can and must make a difference to the lives of the young people in our care. We work to ensure that the School enables its students to maximise their potential whatever their ability, background, culture, belief or disability.

We have high expectations and aspirations for all our students and we work to prepare them fully for the future beyond our school, recognising, nurturing and celebrating individual skills and talents. We provide a happy, caring, stable and orderly environment in which the highest quality of teaching, learning and development can take place.

We have a responsibility to develop confident, competent citizens of the 21st century in a totally inclusive environment. We develop skills to enable young people to make choices about their future.

We maintain a working partnership of co-operation between students, parents, staff, Governors and the wider community. At St Peter's both teaching and non-teaching staff work as a team to ensure that students are the priority and we aim to make every experience one of quality and wherever possible exciting and challenging.

Mrs V Ford (Head Teacher)

  1. Equality Duty Objectives