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Welcome to St Peter's Infant School's Website

Upcoming events:

 

All events have currently been cancelled until further notice.

 

Please ensure you read SchoolPing (see below) which we are using as a means of updating parents with important information including when school reopens.  

 

 

For more details on upcoming events please see our latest newsletter

School News Feed
  • Important
    18 March 2020
    Coronavirus
    Dear Parents I would like to thank all of our families for their understanding and patience in what have been unusual and challenging times. Things are changing rapidly and we want you to feel both supported and informed. Currently, although we have had no confirmed cases reported to us, we do have some families and staff members who are self isolating. Please can we re-iterate that you must not send in your child if they or anyone else in your household are showing symptoms of the Coronavirus. We also support families who are not necessarily displaying these symptoms but, due to concerns and worries over underlying health conditions e.g. asthma, are choosing to stay away from school. Families come first. It is very important that we can easily contact you in the event that your child becomes unwell during the school day. Firstly, please make sure your mobile is switched on and accessible at all times and that we have the correct phone number for you. Secondly, please ensure that if you are more than 20 minutes away from school at any time during the school day, you have in place a friend or relative who is on standby to come and collect your child sooner. Thank you for your continued support. Kind regards
  • General
    18 March 2020
    2020/2021 Term Dates
    Dear Parents Please find attached planned Term Dates for the next academic year, starting September 2020. Kind regards
  • Important
    17 March 2020
    Coronavirus Update
    Dear Parents Further to our message yesterday, the new advice given by the Government yesterday at the press conference, is that any one who has either a persistent cough AND/OR a high temperature, should self isolate for 14 DAYS. If anyone in the household experiences one of these symptoms, then all members of the household need to also self isolate. Please can you call school or email us if you have these symptoms to confirm this is the reason for your child's absence from school. If the government take the decision to close schools, or if there are insufficient staff to keep the school open, then we will confirm this to all parents via Ping along with all other new advice from the Government. After school club and teatime club are open today. Clubs will be reviewed on a daily basis and a message sent out. Currently breakfast club for tomorrow is planned to be open. If staff inform us of illness/self isolation later today or this evening and this affects our ability to offer breakfast club, then a PING message will be sent out to all parents as soon as have know. We thank you for your understanding in these tricky and changeable times.
  • Important
    16 March 2020
    Important
    Dear Parents Please can we confirm that normal clubs and breakfast clubs and teatime club will remain in place everyday that the school is open. The only club that is cancelled is Homework club on Mondays. This is cancelled in order to reduce the number of visitors to the building. As a school we do not make the decision whether to close or not due to the virus. This decision is made either by the Government as part of all school closures, or Public Health England. The moment any such information is received, we will communicate it to all parents via Ping.
  • Important
    16 March 2020
    Coronavirus
    Dear Parents We would like to remind everyone of the latest advice that you should be following regarding your child and sending them to school. If someone experiences a new fever or a new dry persistent cough, then that person will have to stay away for 7 days from school (even if they feel a bit better, please stay away for the full 7 days). If someone within your household experiences these symptoms, then please keep your child at home for 7 days. Teachers will be sending work home today via School Ping that can be completed by your child at home in the possible event of the government asking schools to close. This work can also be used by any child who is currently absent from school if they are well. Children that are in school today will receive this work in hard copy form as well as on Ping. For those children not in school today, they will receive their hard copy in the post, as well as on Ping. Due to the current situation Homework club tonight is cancelled. The planned Mothers Day event on Friday 20th March is cancelled. Water bottles will be sent home daily to be cleaned at home each day please. We will keep you updated with all advice that we receive as a school. Kind regards
  • Important
    2 March 2020
    Coronavirus
    Dear Parents We received a message this afternoon from the Department for Education regarding the Coronavirus. Today, the DfE have launched a new helpline to answer questions about COVID-19 (Coronavirus) related to education. Parents and young people can contact the helpline as follows: Phone: 0800 046 8687 Email: DfE.coronavirushelpline@education.gov.uk Opening hours: 8am to 6pm (Monday to Friday) It was also confirmed in the message that no school should close in response to a suspected (or confirmed) COVID-19 case unless directed to do so by Public Health England. Kind regards
  • Reminder
    14 February 2020
    Reminder
    Reminder that the first day back after the February break is Monday 24th February.
  • Newsletter
    5 February 2020
    Newsletter 6
    Please find attached today's Newsletter. A hard copy will also be in your child's bag. Kind regards
  • Newsletter
    23 January 2020
    Newsletter 5
    Good Morning, Please see attached our latest school newsletter.
  • School_meals
    18 October 2019
    Autumn 2019/Winter 2020 Menu
    The new Autumn 2019/Winter 2020 lunch menu was sent home with each child yesterday and there is now also a copy on the school website.
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Busters Book Club

Buster’s Book Club

We are delighted to be part of Buster’s Book Club for the second year here at St. Peter’s Infant School.

Headteacher Denise Curzon and pupils from Tiger Cubs proudly accepted our new Platinum Literacy Mark in recognition of the school’s work to promote literacy during 2019.

For this and more visit Buster's Book Club Page

Information:

Governor Vacancies

We currently have a vacancy for a Community Governor. Please ask at the office for futher details and information.  

 

Severe Weather Procedures

With Winter upon us, here is our Severe Weather Procedures document:

Contacts

Head Teacher - Mrs Denise Curzon

Secretaries - Miss Wildish & Mrs Collings

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.

2019-2020 Term Dates

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