St Peter's CE (VA) Primary School

St Peter's Primary School

School Updates 

Due to the announcement this evening (4 January) regarding lockdown restrictions, school will be open for all year groups where parents have been contacted for school provision.  Further information will be sent to all parents within 48 hours regarding Free School Meals and Home Learning.   Thank you for your support.


Letters from School

Letter to parents from Chair of Governors - 26th June 2020

Risk Assessment for School Opening - updated 2 December 2020

Letter to Parents - Plans for September - 7th July 2020

Letter to Parent and Newsletter with Staff List - 16th July

Parent leaflet - 16th July

Public Health England Letter to Parents September 2020

PHE Covid-19 Symptoms Poster

Letter regarding Home Learning

Local Area Walking Map

Plymouth City Council working with the charity Sustrans, have created a map of the area around our school to encourage pupils and parents to walk to school. Please take a look by clicking on the link below.

Walking Map

Letter to Parents 3 November 2020

Letter re COVID-19 over the Christmas period

Letter re Single Case of COVID-19 in school

Letter with New Start and Finish Times


Free Book explaining Covid-19 and social distancing in a child friendly manner


School Information


Facebook Page




A letter about Brexit is being sent home on the newsletter on 1 November.  A copy can be seen by following this link (Brexit Letter).


Devon & Cornwall Police  

Letter from Devon & Cornwall Police - Money Mules


Bad Weather

Information regarding closure of the school due to bad weather will be reported on Heart FM and a whole school text to parents.



All afterschool clubs and Breakfast club have been suspended during the current lockdown.


Uniform and Prospectus

Prospectus 2020-21

Uniform Order


School Meals

Please click on the links below for information about school meals, prices and menus:-

Catered Menu 2020-21 Autumn/Spring

During the current lockdown, there may be changes to the menu depending on supplies.  There will always be at least two options for the pupils to choose from.



Absences During School Time

The school regularly meet with the Education Welfare Officer to look at attendance for the whole school and Persistent Absence Children.  These are children whose attendance is below 90%.

That National recommended level of attendance is 95% and above.


Below are two links to information provided by the Local Authority regarding absences during school time.