- The School Data Dashboard complements the Ofsted school inspection report by providing an analysis of school performance over a three-year period. It provides a snapshot of school performance at Key Stage 1 and 2. Please follow the link below to see the data for our school:
- Link to OFSTED data dashboard
Share your views through Parent View
- We are very proud of our pupils and of the school as a whole. Receiving feedback from parents and carers is invaluable to the education that St Peter’s School provides. It is a real pleasure for us to receive the many positive comments in this way, helping us to celebrate what makes the school such a special place. Equally welcome is constructive feedback, helping us in our continual process of self improvement.
- OFSTED currently uses their Parent View website to keep up to date with how a school's parents and carers feel about the standard of education that their children receive. We would really appreciate it if parents and carers could log into the Parent View website, to share their thoughts on our school community. If you would like to give your views on our school, please click on the Parent View logo below.
Our recent Ofsted report said:
- The Headteacher provides inspirational leadership. She is uncompromising in her drive for excellence in all aspects of school life.
- Middle leaders are equally ambitions. Their work to continually improve pupils’ outcomes is highly successful.
- Teachers and staff share leaders’ high expectations.
- The Governors ambitions for the school match those of school leaders.
- Academic excellence is complemented by a rich and exciting curriculum which inspires and challenges pupils in all subjects
- Pupils’ behaviour is impeccable.
- Pupils across the school demonstrate an innate thirst for knowledge. They take great pride and enjoyment in their learning. On pupils told inspectors: ‘I am always disappointed when it’s breaktime because I don’t want to stop my learning’.
- Teaching is outstanding; it enables pupils to develop a deep understanding of the subjects they study.
- Challenging teaching ensures that all pupils produce their very best work. This includes disadvantaged pupils, the most able and those who have special educational needs and/or disabilities.
- Pupils are confident, resilient learners.
- In the early years, children receive a superb start to school.
- Parents are kept well informed about their child’s learning.