Welcome to St. Peter and St. Paul School
“Striving for excellence together in a caring Christian community.”
RESPECT COMPASSION COURAGE
As a Church school, we believe that children grow in mind, body and spirit. Christian values are built into our teaching and ethos. Within this nurturing environment, we aim for each child to experience true fulfilment and to engage fully in the great adventure that is Primary education.
We are proud of the quality of education we provide for all our children. Our school’s curriculum provides memorable experiences and rich opportunities for high-quality learning and wider personal development and wellbeing. The team of teachers, teaching assistants, parent helpers and governors all work together to promote high quality education, enabling our children to become well-rounded individuals and lifelong learners as they reach their full potential.
Partnerships with our children (through, for example, the School Council) parents and our PFTA, the local community, the Church and outside agencies are very important to our success. Working together, we aim for all of our children to become:
- successful learners who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve;
- confident individuals who are able to live safe, healthy and fulfilling lives; and
- responsible citizens who make a positive contribution to society.
Do have a look at our website to get a feel for life at our school and please do not hesitate to contact us to find out more.
Mr. D. Hurdman
News and Reminders
We’d like to say a huge THANK YOU to Burgh Town Council and Burgh-Le-Marsh Events Committee (along with Malcom Ringsell at the Windmill and Mrs. Lammiman) for providing our School Christmas tree this year!
The final amount raised for ‘Children in Need’ was an amazing £480! Thank you to the School Council (along with Mrs. Gould) for all their hard work with this and also to Y2 for their role in collecting for the ‘Poppy Appeal’. Once again, our whole school community has demonstrated just how much we all care about others.
Emergency Closure of School
On very rare occasions our school might have to close, either partially or completely. The most likely reason for this would be due to snow or problems associated with adverse weather. If a full or partial closure is necessary, we will do the following:
- Notify the Local Authority, who should add the information to their website
- Send a message via the TXTRound text-messaging system;
- Notify our two local radio stations, BBC Radio Lincolnshire and Lincs FM, who will announce that we are closed (it should also appear on their websites);
- Post a notice outside our school (if it is safe for someone to do so).
Our latest Newsletter is now available to download.
Reading – How You Can Help
Please could you ensure that you sign (and ideally comment in) your child’s Reading Record when you hear them read. The more you do this, the better your child will get – every day is best! Reading books are changed regularly in school, although not necessarily every day. You can, of course, read other things with your child too such as home books, library books, comics and magazines.
Strawberries and Nuts: We do have children and staff with severe allergies to strawberries and nuts. Please do not send children with any nuts, strawberries, strawberry flavoured products or products containing strawberries or nuts. Please remember this if children bring in birthday treats (e.g. cakes or sweets) for their classmates.
You can find more news stories and view our events Calendar on our News and Events page.
Closing Date: Tuesday 23rd January 2018, 12 noon
See our Vacancy page for more information
All parents, guardians and relatives of children at St Peter and St Paul’s are invited to become involved with the Parent, Friends and Teachers Association.