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Latest News from St Peter's Methodist Primary School
  • Remembrance Service 2016

    Published on Friday 11th November 2016
    The St Peter's family joined together to remember on 11th November 2016...
  • Brian Moses Performance and Percussion workshop

    Published on Thursday 10th November 2016
    Brian Moses is the most popular poet on the Poetry Archive and on Friday we certainly understood why...
  • CAMEO evening - Friday 14th October

    Published on Monday 3rd October 2016
    Come And Meet Each Other (CAMEO) night! Free drink! Live music! Come and meet other St Peter's Parents.    ...
  • Meet Monty

    Published on Wednesday 7th September 2016
    Meet Monty, our school dog...
  • Happy Birthday Your Majesty!

    Published on Sunday 12th June 2016
    On Friday 11th June, the whole school joined together to wish the Queen (and Prince Phillip) a very happy birthday!  ...
  • Politicians join us for EU Referendum Debate

    Published on Sunday 12th June 2016
    On Friday 11th June, Julian Brazier and James Flanagan joined us to discuss the reasons to remain or leave the EU...
  • Methodist Schools Partnership Art Day

    Published on Wednesday 8th June 2016
    Pupils from St Peter's joined together with pupils from other local Methodist schools as part of an art project...
  • St Peter's choir sings with over 7000 pupils!

    Published on Thursday 28th January 2016
    On Wednesday 28th January, a 32 strong St Peter's choir joined together with over 7000 other children to form the Young Voices choir at the 02...
  • Space Science Week 2015

    Published on Sunday 15th November 2015
    During Space week, every pupil took part in astronaut training in prepration for launching to a planet...
  • Remembrance Service

    Published on Wednesday 11th November 2015
    What a moving remembrance service.  The poems that the children wrote can be found below...

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