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Welcome to St Peter's Infant School's Website

Coming up...

Upcoming events:

If you weren't able to attend our recent Parents' Phonics Information session, the powerpoint can be found above under 'For Parents' then 'Parent Talks'.


Thank you to all parents who attended both the Crafternoon and the PTA's Christmas Fair. It was good to see so many families attending. A special thank you to all who were involved in organising, setting up and running the Fair - your time and effort is much appreciated. 

It raised a fantastic £475! 

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Reading Drop-in

Tuesday 11th December @ 2:30pm

All Parents / Carers / Grandparents are invited to spend some quality reading / book sharing time with your child / grandchild.


Friday 14th December

We will be hosting a non-uniform, Christmas Jumper Day this Friday. This fundraising event has been chosen in aid of 'Save the Children' by the School Council who would like to invite all children to make a £2 donation for this event. Thank you in advance for your support.



Nativity Performances

 Performance for YR parents: Mon 17th @2.15pm

Performance for Y1 parents: Tues 18th @9.15pm

Performance for Y2 parents: Tues 18th @2.15pm​

This year all children will be in the same production, so for parents who have two children in different year groups, you will only need to attend one performance.



Prospective Parents Open Afternoon Date:

Tuesday 8th January 2019 1:45-2:45


No need to book just come along, we look forward to seeing you.

For more details on upcoming events please see our latest newsletter



Parent Governor Vacancy

Please go to the Governor tab above or speak to someone in the office if you are interested and/or would like to find out more.



Head Teacher - Mrs Denise Curzon

Secretaries - Miss Wildish & Mrs Cook

Chair of Governors - Mr Tim Rising

For all enquiries, contact our secretaries on 01634 843590 or office@stpeters.medway.sch.uk

Admissions - Parents should contact the LA to find out about admission arrangements.


About St Peter's Infants School

St Peter’s is a very friendly, supportive and nurturing school, where all members of the school community work as a team to make the time that the children spend with us positive and remembered fondly. We have high expectations for the children in our care, not only for academic success but in all aspects of their personal achievement. We firmly believe that children learn best and are most positive about their school experiences when they have high self-esteem, self worth and respect for others.

We aim to nurture the whole child and encourage them to work to the best of their ability in all aspects of school life - academically, socially and emotionally - thus equipping them to be valuable citizens of the future. St Peter’s aims to provide a broad, high quality education that helps the children develop into independent young people, able to apply their skills and knowledge to whatever lies ahead. We aim to develop in our children an enthusiasm for learning and positive attitudes that will enhance their self-esteem and that they will carry on with them into adulthood.

St. Peter’s has a strong philosophy of team work that is extended out to home. We seek to foster a strong home/school partnership that helps to build upon and consolidate the unique set of experiences that your child will bring to school.

We trust that you will find the information you require on our website and more.

For information on the SEND Information Report please click here

If you would like a paper copy of any of the information contained on this website, please ask a member of the office staff.

St Peter’s is a GOOD School!

We are pleased to confirm that St Peter’s is a GOOD school for the 4th time in a row. 

It reflects the commitment, dedication and hard work of everyone (staff, children, Parents, Governors) that makes St Peter’s the great and unique school that it is.

The Inspector praised our ‘delightful’ children. We continue to build on the work that is going on in school to further inprove outcomes for the children at St Peters.

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